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  • Family Day at Smithfield Square

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    This year for the 7th time in a row, One organisation, hosts a free family fun day at Smithfield square. The whole idea is to support people parenting alone with free games, storytelling, circus and much more. On May 27th from 1pm to 5pm, you should not miss out on the chance to bring your kids here and have a fun filled day. Besides, Smithfield Square is right next to the Jameson Distillery, how about a small stop to explore the story of Irish whiskey? For more information, click here.
  • Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra

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    Featuring extracts from Swan Lake and Romeo & Juliet, this orchestra has performed over 6,000 times. They are well known and are coming to the National Concert Hall on May 30th at 8pm. It’s an intense concert you won’t regret visiting.
  • Bloomsday Festival

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    Bloomsday celebrates the 16th of June 1904, the day James Joyce, an Irish Writer, released the famous novel Ulysses. The day, named after Leopold Bloom, the central character of the book, makes people dress up like characters of the book back in the days. Celebration appears in forms of readings, afternoon tea, music acts on the street, visits of historical buildings and this year’s pub crawl. Sounds good to you? Get your ticket and the programme here.
  • Taste of Dublin

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    From the 15th to the 18th of June, Taste of Dublin returns to the fascinating Iveagh Gardens. This year’s slogan is “flavours of the world”. Enjoy the best chefs’ creations, try samples or why don’t you make your own? This weekend is a feast and should not be missed for food lovers. Tickets can be purchased here. Chose your time slot and be there
  • The 1916 bus tour

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    This tour of Dublin is the perfect way to understand what was going on in this city while Irish fought for their independence. The Bus tour is guided by comedians who relate on real testimonies and audio/video footages of the time to make you live a very reliable experience.Discover the city through the eyes of those who fought to make our country what it is today. Tickets can be purchased for the days between Wednesday and Sunday. For more information and bookings, visit their website.
  • Longitude Festival

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    Marlay park is the location for this spectacular event. Happening from the 14th until the 16th of July, the festival promises a sunny weekend ahead. Tickets can be purchased for single days or whole weekends, depending on which artists you would rather see. The line up includes performers such as The Weeknd and Milky Chance. Food and drinks will be available all weekend long. Make sure you book your tickets quickly, Saturday’s ones are already SOLD OUT.
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