14th Oct 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? See some of the best street artists in the world, Get ready for the Bram Stoker, and learn about Van Gogh. Happy weekend from IMAGE!
Check Out The All City Jam Here
The All City Jam returns to The Tivoli this weekend to celebrate their phenomenal 10th Anniversary. Expect some of the countries best street artists as well as special international guests. Whether you’re a street art fiend or just enjoy laid-back vibes and a cool atmosphere, you’ll find both at the All City Jam.?Click here?to see the full lineup.
Sink Your Teeth Into The Bram Stoker Festival
The amazing Bram Stoker Festival returns to the capital this coming bank holiday, so we’re giving you plenty of notice to dust off the black cloak and fake fangs. This year’s lineup includes a hilarious night with comedian Al Porter, plenty of live screenings and performances, a horror expo for those of you brave enough plus so much more. This year’s festival takes place from Friday, October 27th to Monday, October 31st and you can check out the full schedule of events?here.
Learn About The Life Of Van Gogh Here
Interested in all things Van Gogh? The Irish Film Institute is showing an in-depth documentary about the?final mysterious days in the life of Vincent Van Gogh. This film is seven years in the making and marries live-action?performance to hand-painted animation in the manner of the artist to create an immersive visual experience where form follows function. Click here for screening times.
Pass On Your Unused Baby Products Here
The Baby Bay Market is back at the Maldron Hotel, Tallaght, this Sunday, October 15th. The Baby Bay Market is THE place to buy sell and recycle all your baby clothes and goods. Clear out and make some cash, pass on the stuff you no longer need, save money on the very expensive baby essentials. Admission is €3 and kids go free! For more info or to book a stall, log onto?www.BabyBayMarket.ie
Join The Young Business Woman’s?Forum Here
On Tuesday, October 17 we return to the iconic Westbury Hotel for the penultimate Young Businesswomen’s Forum of 2017. IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris will be joined by three incredible entrepreneurs including the founder of Pestle & Mortar, Sonia Deasy, fashion designer, Emma Manley and founder of Boutique Bake, Catherine Buggy. A great opportunity to network with peers, and be introduced to like-minded women over Champagne and canap’s, with plenty of other treats, surprises and gifts along the way.
*Includes luxury seat gift with treats from Sally Hansen, Human & Kind, Boutique Bake and a blow dry voucher from Di Milo hair salon.
Book online or call (01) 271 9687
For more information visit:?http://bit.ly/2fF6kfa
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