The things on our radar for this weekend and the coming week ahead. Happy weekend from IMAGE!
See The Approach Here
Listen carefully …Three women. Three Conversations. As the details of what they share begin to diverge, we realise that a subtle game of survival is being played. Both psychological puzzle and quietly devastating tragedy, The Approach explores the inner lives of Anna, Cora and Denise as they desperately try to make sense of their world. What will their conversations reveal? And what does each of them have to hide?
The Approach runs from Thursday, February 1st, to Saturday, February 24th at the Project Arts Centre and stars three of Ireland’s leading actors; Cathy Belton, Derbhle Crotty and Aisling O’Sullivan. The Approach is Mark O’Rowe’s first new play since the smash hit Our Few and Evil Days. Click here for tickets and show times.
Explore The Shaw Here
The Bernard Shaw Flea Market takes place twice a month. The first Saturday is always the Vintage + Flea and the second is a themed market with the theme and date changing monthly. Hours of trade for each market are 12-4pm. Stalls are €30 unless indicated otherwise and tables and chairs are provided, plus two free drinks to keep you going throughout the day. So whether you’re a buyer or a seller, expect plenty of vintage finds, vinyl, artwork, jewellery and more. And grab yourself a delicious pizza from The Big Blue Bus while you’re at it.
Slam Sunday takes place in the heart of Dublin city on Sunday, February 4th, at Filmbase and sees poets compete against each other using various styles and themes creating the perfect spoken word event. The monthly, literary night is open to all; whether you’re an enthusiastic listener or avid poet, hear or contribute to Slam Sunday as it presents original work in an intimate and friendly setting. Tickets priced €4 – €7. Click here for yours.
Enjoy A Day At The Races Here
The Dublin Racing Festival takes place this weekend at Leopardstown. Comprising of seven Grade One and three Grade Two races, along with new and existing valuable handicaps with the minimum race prize value of €75,000, this will be two days of continuous quality racing action. Total prize money over the 15 races across the weekend amounts to €1.5million. The big race today will be the Unibet Irish Gold Cup, with a grand prize of €200,000. Click here for today’s race breakdown and to get your tickets.
Enjoy The Taste Of Bordeaux Here
Experience an intimate evening with Lilian Barton, Director and Winemaker at Chateau Leoville Barton in the Saint-Julien appellation of Bordeaux, in an intimate wine-tasting experience at the renowned Ashford Castle this coming February 13th.The evening begins with a drinks reception in the hotel’s atmospheric cellars, followed by an exquisite tasting dinner in the elegant Connaught Room. Wine tasting and dinner costs €195pp, or stay overnight in a Corrib double room and awake to a full Irish breakfast for €525 per room based on two people sharing (including winemakers’ dinner). Click here for more information and to book your place.
Join 3XE Here
No matter how amazing your marketing is, how pretty it is, how expensive it is… there is really only one question that is worth addressing – Does it sell? To help shine the spotlight in the right direction, 3XE is bringing together leading conversion specialists and educators to Croke Park this coming Thursday, February 8th, for the single most important conference for digital marketers, entrepreneurs and business owners – 3XE Conversion. Unrivalled networking opportunities, 20 great talks, 6 workshops and plenty of actionable takeaways which will make an immediate difference to your marketing and sales campaigns. Click here to reserve your place.
Discover St. Valentine Here
Did you know that Dublin has the largest collection of love letters to St. Valentine? Or that St. Valentine’s remains are in Dublin? To celebrate the impact of St. Valentine and his connection to Dublin, this year will see the first-ever St. Valentine’s Festival organised by Dublin City Council, Tourism Ireland and Failte Ireland. Taking place from February 9th through to February 16th, the festival will have a lineup of music, movies, literary events, singles and couples/groups and more. Click here to be the first to hear about these events.