16th Dec 2017
Looking for something to do this weekend? why not support over 400 GAA players, or see a Christmas classic? Merry Christmas from IMAGE!
Stand In Solidarity With GAA Players Here
Tonight, over 400 inter-county GAA players from Gaelic Voices For Change are planning a solidarity sleep-out in 12 towns and cities around the world: Dublin, Galway, Cork, Limerick, New York, Boston, Belfast, Carlow, Naas, Portlaoise (Dec 15), Sligo, and Wexford. Their aim is to generate solidarity, funds, awareness, and action for homeless charities north and south including the Peter McVerry Trust, DePaul, The Simon Communities, Focus Ireland and the Capuchin Day Centre, Cope Galway, Thomand House and Novas in Limerick, and the Welcome Organisation in Belfast. Click here to donate to this amazing cause.
See A Christmas Classic Here
What could be better than cocktails, pizza, gourmet popcorn and Home Alone at The Sugar Club, the week before Christmas? The Sugar Club will host the Christmas classic tomorrow, December 17th, from 2:30 to 7PM. Book your tickets here.
Beat The Beast Here
Are you ready to conquer the world’s biggest inflatable course? At an unbelievable 272m long, The Beast is the ultimate bouncy castle experience for adults. Run, bounce and dance your way around our phenomenal 32 obstacles. Take part in this massive obstacle until tomorrow, December 17th at the National Basketball Arena. Plus, experience live DJs combined with an extraordinary sound and lighting show that will complete the most ridiculously fun day out you could possibly imagine. Click here for more info and tickets.
Discover Small Press Here
Looking for the perfect gift for the comic lover in your life? The Dublin Comic Arts Festival, DCAF, will take place tomorrow at Token restaurant and arcade in Smithfield, Dublin 7. Meet local creators, celebrate the spectrum of Irish sequential art and play some vintage video games in the cool surroundings of Token. DCAF also invites special guest Tara O’Connor to talk with Liam Geraghty about her new books Roots and The Altered History of Willow Sparks. Click here for more info.
Experience The Magic Of Christmas Here
The phenomenally popular show ‘The Snowman’ returns to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre this weekend. A magical concert designed for all the family, Raymond Briggs’s captivating film has established itself as part of the Christmas festivities for young and old, accompanied by Howard Blake’s score played live by the Irish Philharmonic Orchestra. Suitable for young children, this is an opportunity for the whole family to share the magic of Christmas. Featuring Walking in the Air, and a selection of popular Christmas Songs, bring your jingle bells, wear your fancy dress, and make sure you book early!
Shay Byrne (RTÉ Radio 1’s Risin’ Time) will tell the story of James and the flying snowman as you watch the film on the big screen. This family Christmas show will also feature seasonal favourites from the talented children of several stage schools, adding to the spirit and excitement of Christmas. Click here for tickets and more info.
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