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What To Do Today: Your IMAGE Guide To The Weekend

by Niamh ODonoghue
25th Feb 2017

Here are a few things that the IMAGE team will be getting up to this weekend including trying our hands at millinery, a wedding fair, and a trip to the theatre. Happy Weekend!

Get Lost Here


Experience an unforgettable night of cocktails, colour and creativity at the?RHA’s Hennessy Lost Fridays at the RHA Gallery, Ely Place. The first Lost Friday instalment of the year will take place next Friday, March 3rd, from 7PM to late Experience a night like no other, with a carefully selected blend of Ireland’s most cutting edge and dynamic artists, musicians, poets and creatives spread across the RHA’s stunning gallery spaces. For more information and to purchase tickets costing €20 plus booking fee including two complimentary Hennessy cocktails visit www.eventbrite.ie/e/rha-hennessy-lost-friday-tickets-31642225749.

Create Your Perfect Pinterest Wedding Here


Go to a wonderful wedding workshop and put your Pinterest?DIY skills to the test today and tomorrow at the One Fab Day Wedding fair at the CHQ in Dublin. Find out how to craft your own perfect day, get expert advice, attend workshop and feel very inspired. Booking essential. Get your tickets here.

Enjoy The Scene And Heard Festival Here


Smock Allies Scene and Heard fest is a festival of new work across live performance genres including music, dance, theatre, comedy, and spoken word.?It provides a chance for artists to test an excerpt of previously unseen work or new ideas / formats in front of a live audience in order to get feedback before mounting and staging full-length productions. Visit the Smock Alley this weekend to see Sugar Mice; a play set in?Dublin in1941. Backstreets whisper with an answer to an all-too-familiar problem. Life and Death entwine on the cellar of a sweet shop floor. Two women. Hearts in their hands. A world of sugary deceit and the state’s all seeing eyes. Tickets and times here.

Make Your Own Hat Here


Need some last minute Saturday plans? why not take part in The Dublin school O Millinery hat making course this morning, at 10AM at their studio in Portobello. Suitable for beginners, this course will help you get to grips with a classic millinery fabric by creating a unique felt cocktail hat for any season. Using a felt millinery hood, block and manipulate your shape over a wooden block. Learn to finish and accessorise accordingly making trimmings from the excess felt or by adding different embellishments. Price is €145 plus booking fee. For more info click here.

Enjoy The Audi International Dublin Film Fest Here


The annual Dublin International Film Festival is a delight for film lovers all over Ireland. Now in its 15th year, the Dublin International Film Festival has hosted over 550 major guests, including winners of the festival’s prestigious Volta Award such as Al Pacino, Julie Andrews, Danny DeVito, Angela Lansbury, Stanley Tucci, Richard Gere, Kim Cattrall, Daniel Day-Lewis, Russell Crowe and Krisitin Scott Thomas.?With insightful Q&A sessions featuring notable figures in the film industry, specially curated threads, not to mention the young people’s programme Fantastic Flix which engages schools and families as it builds on a new generation of film fans, this festival is one of the most keenly anticipated occasions in Dublin’s cultural year. For a full list of events click here.