Ireland’s longest running comedy club has been housed in the International Bar for over 25 years and runs every Tuesday and Wednesday night.
This concert will explore the theme of oneness through the traditional music of Ireland and sufi music. The concert will present poetry, music and artwork which explore how the concept of spiritual oneness is expressed in a myriad of ways and crosses boundaries of space […]
DCNYF is a programme of the City Arts Office, part of the Culture, Community & Recreation Department of Dublin City Council (Chief Executive Owen P. Keegan, Assistant Chief Executive Richard Shakespeare). The work of the Arts Office is made possible by the support of the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Paul McAuliffe, and the members of Dublin City Council.
Established in 2008, the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival (DCNYF) year-on-year celebrates, promotes and deepens the understanding of the Sino/Irish relationship. The 2020 programme celebrates The Year of the Rat and marks the 13th year of this internationally recognised festival. With Chinese New Year’s Day falling on Saturday 25th of January 2020, the festival plans to deliver a high profile cultural and celebratory programme to mark this significant date in the Chinese Calendar. Dublin will also continue to build on its twinning agreement with Beijing signed in 2011 and Dublin Airport Authority twinning with Beijing Airport established in 2013.
CHRISTMAS AT THE CASTLE
Come and join us this festive season to experience the magic of Dublin Castle at Christmas.
Set in the heart of the nation’s capital, Christmas at the Castle will have something for everyone, with a boutique open air Christmas Market, evening carol singing, a Neapolitan crib and complimentary evening access to the traditionally decorated State apartments among some of the festive offerings.
The historic courtyard of Dublin Castle will be filled with over 30 traditional alpine market stalls featuring an array of decorative crafts and inspiring gift ideas. Come and indulge in traditional fare sold by artisan producers and soak up the festive atmosphere with evening carol singing.
There will be a vintage carousel on site for children and at weekends a horse and carriage rides around the Castle grounds and gardens.
With over 1,000 years of history in Dublin Castle and plenty of festive food, crafts, music and entertainment – there will be something for everyone to enjoy this festive season
Boutique Open – Air Christmas Market
Festive food and drink
Artisan craft stalls
Complimentary evening access to the State Apartments
Meet characters from the Nutcracker
Carriage Rides (weekends)
Special events programme
‘Is it even Christmas if you don’t really know what day it is and spend half your time in a cheese coma?’ – All The Food, Alternative Christmas Parties 2019
Praise Brie! The Wine & Cheese Festival is back, just in time for your Xmas parties and get togethers. We’re taking over Jam Park during November and December, Baby Cheesus and all…
‘The summer festival saw 15,000 people come through the Iveagh Gardens in search of Brillat-Savarin and Burgundy, and Jam Park’s multi-level events space in North Dublin will allow for even more cheese boards, fondue and wine in every format.’ – The Irish Times, October 2019
When: 22nd November – 14th December
Where: Jam Park, Airside Retail Park, Swords, Co Dublin
What: €15 Tickets (or table of 8 group deal is €100) – gets you wine on arrival some festive cheesy treats AND
- Pop-up wine bars
- Pop-up cheese shops
- Brewtonic Winter Warmers bar – all the mulled drinks
- Eatyard Cheese Shop menu – loads of cheese boards, baked Cooleeney, Cheesy bread bowls, the lot.
- Music, entertainment & games
Add ons for your group:
- Book in for Christmas Karaoke
- Add on Jam Park games packages
DISFMF is an independent festival dedicated to bring together film makers and musicians from around the world in a forum to celebrate short films and music.
The goal of the festival is to show variety of all genres, drama, comedies, animations, documentaries, music videos, narrative stories and horror.
Our aim is to build cultural bridges and network capabilities between the most talented filmmakers and musicians from around the world. Dublin is the most populous city in Ireland and also a multicultural capital with great venues and great people.
We should never underestimate the vast importance of the role that food and drink play in the culture of a nation. When people are displaced and arrive in a foreign land, they bring with them traditions and rituals that are bred in the bone and […]