UPDATED at Gallery Zozimus

An exciting new exhibition comes to Gallery Zozimus this month. UPDATED showcases the work of two ceramic artists, Mary Conroy and Kate O’Kelly, who came together during a residency program at Limerick School of Art and Design. The work…

The Cork Folk Festival

The Cork Folk Festival returns once again, with an exciting programme of concerts, acoustic sessions, workshops, children’s events and more coming to Cork city from Thursday 28 September to Sunday 1 October. The first Cork Folk Festival was…

Hard Working Class Heroes

There’s no better place to discover new Irish talent than at Hard Working Class Heroes which returns to Dublin from 28 to 30 September. Taking place in venues across the city, the festival showcases emerging Irish acts and this year 50…

Peploe’s gets a makeover

Trading now for over 14 years on St Stephen’s Green in the heart of Dublin city, Peploe’s has relaunched with a new look and feel that cost in the region of €400,000 and spectacularly was completed in just two and a half weeks over late…

Dublin Theatre Festival

The 60th anniversary Dublin Theatre Festival will run from 28 Sept – 15 Oct 2017. The very first festival in May 1957, was part of An Tóstal – a celebration inspired by the wave of festivals that had been founded across Europe during the…

Dublin Ghostbus Tour

Discover the darker side of Dublin on the DoDublin Ghostbus Tour. This two-hour bus tour takes visitors around the city’s most haunted spots. As you cruise around the streets, you will hear about ghostly legends, body snatching and…

Discover the wonders of Cobh

Situated on the shores of the second largest natural harbour in the world, the tourist town of Cobh is only 25 minutes by car or train from Cork City. The town is steeped in history and culture where every person, every pier and even the…

Bray Literary Festival

A new literary festival comes to Wicklow this month. The Bray Literary Festival is a festival organised by writers for writers and for lovers of literature. This year’s festival will begin on Culture night, Friday 22nd September in the Town…

Street 66

Street 66 is a new bar/venue, tucked away in the heart of trendy South Dublin on Parliament Street, just two minutes walk from Temple Bar and Dublin Castle. A great place for lovers of disco, funk and soul, and reggae with a wide selection…

Davy Byrne’s

This famous old pub is steeped in history and has strong literary connections. The pub is famously mentioned in James Joyce’s Ulysses and Joyce was a regular patron when he lived in Dublin. Davy Byrne’s literary connections would continue…