What To Do Today: Your Guide To The Weekend

Look Around Here



Dublin's newest whiskey distillers Teeling's Whiskey?will hold a market today, August 27th, to celebrate the tastes, sights, and sounds of Dublin. Based in the heart of the Liberties, the 'Spirit of Dublin Craft Fair' will showcase the best of Irish culinary, crafts, and beverages on the grounds of the distillery. Whiskey enthusiasts fear not: there will be plenty available throughout the day too. The fair is open today from 10:30am to 5pm and admission is free. For more info click here.

Help The Homeless Here


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Art for change - a special charity art auction for Inner City Helping Homeless - will take place tonight, August 27th, in The Bernard Shaw. The event will start at 2pm and?guests are invited to view or buy exclusive pieces of art as well as meet local artists.?Inner City Helping Homeless was established?in 2013 and aims to combat the growing homelessness crisis here in Dublin. For more info click here.

Say Farewell To Summer Here


The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre located in Naul?will hold a family BBQ complete with marionette theatre production tomorrow, Sunday 28th. Enjoy Red Riding Hood by?The Moon &Sixpence Puppet Theatre company, as well as live music and plenty of food and entertainers. Admission is free but is on a first-come-first-served basis. For more info click here.

Laugh Out Loud Here



Head down to Dublin's Phoenix Park this Sunday for an afternoon of laughter and fun at the Family Comedy Weekend. Taking place in the beautiful surroundings of Farmleigh, this free event is a great way to spend a lazy Sunday and you're guaranteed?a laugh or two. aside from the jokes, there'll be plenty of entertainment for kids and parents including storytelling, games, and street performers. For more info, click here.

Learn To Draw Here

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The Chester Beatty library, Situated in the secretive - yet gorgeous - Dubh Linn Gardens at the back of Dublin Castle, will hold a free drop-in learn to draw session tomorrow, Sunday, August 29th. Guests will be guided through a number of demonstrations centred around light and shadow,?portraiture and perspective. Drawing sessions are free but are limited to 15 people per session, and so it's based on a first-come-first-served basis. Suitable for 13+. For more info click here.

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