29th Jul 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? Attend the first ever ?IgersdublinFest,?go to a free concert, and celebrate LGBT film. Happy weekend from Image.
Take Part In The First #IgersDublinFest Here
IgersDublin are teaming up with Connector for a full day of social media, influencer marketing and personal branding talks during the first?#IgersDublinFest?on Saturday, August 5th, at The Tara Buildings. Expect a multi-photo exhibition by 11 Instagrammers of Dublin, a photography market, a special installation in aid of Pieta House, a dedicated photo essay about the Venezuelan Streets Protests, plus live music, food and drink. This is a free event and anyone?with an interest in photography, blogging, or social media is invited down. Events kick off at 12 pm?and run to 6 pm. Click here for more info.
Enjoy A World Music Festival In The Heart Of The City Here
Hotter Than July is a free family event that celebrates world music, cultural diversity and is packed full of feel-good rhythms and exciting performances of music and dance from around the world, this Sunday 30th July in Smithfield Square, Dublin 7. Now in its 4th year, Hotter than July is presented by Improvised Music Company and Dublin City Council, in collaboration with the Big Bang Festival of Rhythm, with a full smorgasbord of high-quality performances for everyone to enjoy from 3-9pm. Click here for more info.
Celebrate LGBT Storytelling Here
GAZE Film Festival invites you to the 25t Anniversaryry Celebrations, taking place at the Light House Cinema Smithfield, this coming August 3rd through 7th. GAZE International LGBT Film Festival Dublin celebrates LGBT storytelling and is filled with an exciting programme of films and events that aim?to engage filmmakers and audiences in a vibrant social experience. Click here for more info.
Relive The Gaeltacht Here
What could be better than reliving the fear of God after accidentally speaking English in front of the Bean an T?? Visit Zozimus this coming July 27th and spew out a few cupla focal with friends and have the craic.?Roghna?tear teach tabhairne uair sa mh? agus bail?onn Gaeil ann. Chun ?l, like. Click here for more info.
Experience The Night Market Here
Experience the buzz of a busy market – at night! If you’re familiar with The Bernard Shaw Flea Market then you’ll know the story. However, if you’re not; expect plenty of odds and ends, vintage clothing, old records, plenty of food from Eat Yard and The Big Blue Bus, a relaxed atmosphere, and a drink or two. The day kicks off at 2 pm and runs until late. More info here.
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