30th Sep 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? Why not have your photo taken before the march, or try a new local? Happy weekend from IMAGE!
Take Part In Pre-March Prosecco And Portraits Here
Wondering where to rendezvous with your pals and fellow marchers ahead of the Abortion Rights Campaign 6th Annual March for Choice today? Pantibar is holding a special pre-march ‘prosecco and portraits’ from 11:30 AM, where photographer extraordinaire Kevin?Goss Ross?(Thinkhouse) will be capturing your revolution faces before the march. You’re invited to “step into the pink parlour and have your pic taken and edited, ready to share across all your socials. We’ll also post out a beaut of a hard copy as a piece of (what we hope will be) memorabilia from the last march before the women of Ireland are treated to reproductive rights & bodily autonomy (imagine the absolute privilege!)”. Click here for more.
Visit A New City-Center Watering Hole Here
Mulligan & Haines is Dublin’s most exciting new arrival to the ever expanding bar scene.?Taking residence in 32 Dame Street, Dublin 2, Mulligan & Haines is steeped in history as it was once the Dublin Bread Company and the very site where a famous exchange in Ulysses took place between antagonist Buck Mulligan and his companion, Haines. Drop your head in the door for a pint of plain, or go for something more exotic like a ‘Rum Tum Tiddley Tum’ or a whiskey-infused ‘The Big Buck’.
Celebrate World Vegetarian Day
You’re invited to join fellow veg-lovers tomorrow, Sunday, October 1st, to celebrate World Vegetarian Day 2017. The event takes place at St. Andrews Resource Centre, Dublin 2, and will feature exciting talks, demos, and more, and admission is free! Click here for directions and more information.
Take Out A Paintbrush Here
The Ranelagh Arts Festival returns to Dublin with a rich and various programme of comedy, music, literature, cinema, visual arts, and craic for all the family. A group of Ranelagh residents came together in 2005 to deliver an innovative and inclusive Arts Festival for the local community. Since then, the festival has featured local artists and musicians, performances by children from the area, poetry, plays, film, history and photography. Internationally recognised artists that have been part of Ranelagh Arts include Paul Brady, Maura O’Connell, John Banville, Anne Enright, Anthony Cronin, Ken Doherty, Donal O?Sullivan and our very own Maureen O?Hara. There’s plenty to do and see over this weekend including free art demos, gigs, discussions, historical walks, and even a dog show or two. Click here for this weekends schedule.
Celebrate The World Of Wine Here
Do you know your Merlot from Sauvignon? The Dublin Wine Festival, which takes place tomorrow, October 1st, at The Morrison Hotel, is the only specially-held event in Ireland dedicated to wine and spirits. This year, the DWF has partnered with Italy, which means that 30 Italian wineries, selected by the organizer, will show their top products like Prosecco, Barolo, Amarone, Chianti, to importers, traders for wine and spirits, gastronomy experts and buyer for hotels and restaurants.? Doors open from 3.30pm to 6pm, and all ages are welcome.
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