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What To Do Today: Your IMAGE Guide To The Weekend


by Niamh ODonoghue
27th May 2017
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Looking for something to do this weekend? Rummage through a vintage market, spread the word on design, and enjoy a BBQ. Happy weekend from Image!


Find Lovely Things At The Flea Market Here

The Dublin Flea Market at Newmarket Square, Dublin 8, returns tomorrow from 11 am to 5 pm. Spend the day rummaging through vintage trinkets, listening to records, getting to know locals, and trying out local produce. Cycle or walk if possible, as parking around the area is very limited. For more info click here.

Spread The Word On Design Here

Creative talk series ‘Bread & Butter’ is celebrating the humble pencil and its role across the design disciplines; bringing together creatives to talk about their love for sketching and how they use it within the design process for both client projects and personal work. Taking place in Bagots Hutton this coming Wednesday, May 31st, speakers include illustrators Steve Simpson and Tomm Moore, Irish comic book artist?Declan Shalvey, and designer?Heather Griffin. Register your place here.

Celebrate With Nasty Women Here

If you want to experience one night of tenacious musicians, performers and songwriters, head to The Workman’s Club tomorrow, Sunday, May 28th, at 8 pm. Nasty Women is a night of live music inspired by 19-year-old Nina Donovan’s powerful spoken word piece/poem. Tired of racism, homophobia, sexism, fraud, ignorance, misogyny and blatant disrespect aimed at women in her America; Donovan’s poem ?Nasty Women? was then performed as a speech at the Women’s March in Washington by Ashley Judd as a stamp of resistance against the new leader of their country. Now, we are bringing it all the way from Washington DC to The Workman’s Club stage, and we expect all you nasties to come make some noise. Tickets are €10 and can be grabbed here.

Enjoy?An Exclusive Wine Dinner Here

The Saddle Room at The Shelbourne showcasing the exceptional modern Spanish wines of Bodegas Ram?n Bilbao this coming Wednesday, May 31st. Hosted by?Kirsty Loftus, brand ambassador for the prestigious Bodegas Ram?n Bilbao, guests will be treated to a lavish 5-course dinner, created by Executive Head Chef Garry Hughes, and accompanied by selected wines from Bodegas Ram?n Bilbao’s magnificent range to perfectly compliment each course. The evening begins with a welcome reception at 6.30pm, followed by dinner in The Saddle Room at 7pm,?and tickets cost €79 per person. For tickets and more information call?+ 353 1 6634500.

Take Part In The Summer Night BBQ Here

Like animals? Like BBQs??Dublin Zoo is delighted to announce the return of the ever popular Summer Nights BBQ at Dublin Zoo, tonight!?Dublin Zoo will open its doors to a limited number of people from 6.30pm ?til late. ?Attendees will experience the night sights and sounds of Dublin Zoo, enjoy an exclusive after-hours tour and special keeper talks, followed by a delicious BBQ & live music. The event will run from 6.30pm to 11.30pm and is ideal for friends, couples and work colleagues to experience the magic of Dublin Zoo after hours. This is strictly an over 18s event, and you can buy tickets here

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