Music and moves: your guide to What's On this spring weekend

This week has had some of the most pleasant days of the year so far, so naturally, everyone has lost the run of themselves. Cans by the canal will be the regular occurrence from now until the tail end of September, while sunglasses, light jackets and (dare we say it) bare legs are the uniform of the day. Who cares if it's ten degrees — we've got to make that spring feeling last as long as possible. To celebrate, we have plenty of opportunities to dance, sing and move to your heart's content. Happy weekend from IMAGE!

On Friday: Break your heart all over again at the A Star is Born Caraoke screening at Leopardstown Racecourse

Image: A Star is Born, Warner Bros

It's March now, so you will have just about recovered from the heart-wrenching-gut-punching-sob-into-your-popcorn A Star is Born after its release five months ago. But guess what? It's time to do it all again! Leopardstown Racecourse is hosting a Caraoke (see what they did there) drive-in screening, so you can see it in all its glory as the sun sets on a beautiful Friday evening in Dublin. Tickets are €31.90 for a five-seater car, or €33.50 for a seven-seater.

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On Friday: Let your white-wing dove fly free with an Evening of Stevie Nicks at the Sugar Club 

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To celebrate the icon that is Stevie Nicks, and her historic feat as the only woman to be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame twice, the Sugar Club is hosting an evening with The Stevie Nicks Experience. All her best hits will blare all night (think Rhiannon, Dreams and Edge of Seventeen, to name a few), making it a dream night for fans of the singer. Tickets €25.



All weekend: Shake off the week at Thrive Festival

If your weekends are all about nourishing your body and mind, then Thrive is where you want to be. A brand new fitness and health-focused festival in the Convention Centre in Dublin, Thrive will be a wellness lovers' dream. Featuring workshops and discussions with experts like Indy Power, Dr Hazel Wallace, Gemma Atkinson and Holly White, and classes in everything from Zumba to yoga to ballet, you won't have a second to be bored. Tickets are still available for either the Saturday or the Sunday from the website.


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