What to stream online this weekend 
What to stream online this weekend 

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The Diary: Social pictures from the No7 Boots Pro Derm Scan event
The Diary: Social pictures from the No7 Boots Pro Derm Scan event

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WIN 4 tickets to the Black Eyed Peas concert
WIN 4 tickets to the Black Eyed Peas concert

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Gaining weight for a part is good but wearing a ‘fat suit’ is bad? Unpacking the Reneé Zellweger backlash
Gaining weight for a part is good but wearing a ‘fat suit’ is bad? Unpacking...

Sarah Finnan

IMAGE Insider Guide: Mid-century and vintage expert Killian McNulty opens his little black book
IMAGE Insider Guide: Mid-century and vintage expert Killian McNulty opens his little black book

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The big-busted bra shopping guide
The big-busted bra shopping guide

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Fast fashion has finally given ‘Love Island’ the ick
Fast fashion has finally given ‘Love Island’ the ick

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Meet the Irish woman who runs New York’s coolest vintage furniture shop
Meet the Irish woman who runs New York’s coolest vintage furniture shop

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Renew You: the best highlighters for gleaming skin this summer
Renew You: the best highlighters for gleaming skin this summer

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How to dress for work when it’s hot out, according to street stylers
How to dress for work when it’s hot out, according to street stylers

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Movies, bops and plenty of food – Your August bank holiday guide


By Erin Lindsay
03rd Aug 2018
Movies, bops and plenty of food – Your August bank holiday guide

A dull and dreary weekend with a slight chance of a heatwave. Sounds about right for Ireland this time of year. The August bank holiday is the summer’s last hurrah before the autumn chill sets in, and this weekend in Dublin is making sure it goes off with a bang. Happy Bank Holiday from IMAGE!

 

All weekend: Be inspired at GAZE International LGBT Film Festival

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GAZE is taking over Dublin this weekend, celebrating everything about LGBTQ+ storytelling and filmmaking. With full days of gorgeous films, plus plenty of in-between events, your weekend will be full from tonight onwards. Also, Saturday morning’s schedule includes Drag Queen storytime for kids – I don’t know about you, but I’ll be first in line.

 

All weekend: Party in Dun Laoghaire at Beatyard

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80 acts and performers, 100 food vendors, 20 craft beers, games, discussions, flea markets, boat parties… and that’s just the start. Dun Laoghaire will be rocking all weekend long with Beatyard, with one-day and three-day tickets still available.

 

 

On Monday: Wind down with a drive-in screening of the Goonies at Leopardstown Race Course

We all know that the best cure for a banger of a Bank Holiday is a day spent watching old movies. Leopardstown Race Course is hosting a weekend of perfect movies all bank holiday long, with Monday wrapping up with the classic The Goonies. But if the Truffle Shuffle isn’t your bag, get down on Saturday or Sunday to catch Dirty Dancing or The Greatest Showman for a good old-fashion sing-along.