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Culture Night and story time: here’s everywhere you need to be this weekend


by Erin Lindsay
20th Sep 2019
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It’s Friday, it’s almost quitting time and we’re on the cusp of an Indian summer – anyone else excited? Culture Night is on tonight, which will leave you with no shortage of things to do, but for the rest of the weekend, here’s our guide to where you need to be. Happy weekend from IMAGE!


Tonight: Explore the city for Culture Night

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There’s no excuse for ‘having nothing to do’ this Friday, as Culture Night takes over cities around Ireland. Get in free to some of Dublin’s best attractions for free, see performances, discussions and more, on what is the highlight of the year’s cultural calendar. We’ve already given our guide to the best events on in Dublin for Culture Night, which you can read here. 

Tomorrow: Get out of your comfort zone at Dublin Story Time

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Have a story that you’ve always known was destined for Graham Norton’s red chair? Well, on Saturday night, you can test it out in front of a ready and willing audience. Dublin Story Time allows punters of every age from every walk of life to get up on stage and test their storytelling prowess. Whether it’s funny, heartwarming, a tear jerker or just a shocker, get your script ready and have a great laugh listening to others. Tickets from €10 including fee.

Sunday: Wind down and gear up for the week with the Mindfulness Mini Festival

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We know that mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword lately, but this week’s mini festival at the Clockwork Door in Dublin actually sounds like a gorgeous way to spend a Sunday. Yoga sessions, tarot card readings and mantras workshops all sound right up our street. Tickets from €22.


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