Micheal J. Banks

Tag: Culture

Féile Nasc Folk and Traditional Music Festival

Féile Nasc Folk and Traditional Music Festival

Féile Nasc is Dublin’s new Summer outdoor folk and traditional music festival. It will take place in Marlay Park on Saturday, 25th of May 2019. Nasc will be Dublin’s only outdoor folk festival and will run from 2pm until 10pm.

The park itself will provide the magical backdrop for a full day of amazing music and fun! The festival will take place in the area directly in front of Marlay House (VIP area for Longitude).

St. Patrick’s Festival Parade

St. Patrick’s Festival Parade

Venue: City Centre, starting at Parnell Square, Dublin 1 (more…)

Céilí Mór

Céilí Mór

Venue: Festival Village, Merrion Square East, Dublin 2
Time: 1pm – 3pm
Tickets: Free Event / Saor in aisce (more…)

Abair Series: Ballad Tours Dublin

Abair Series: Ballad Tours Dublin

Venue: Temple Bar – Corner of Essex Street West & Cows Lane, at the back of the Smock Alley Theatre
Time: 12pm & 3pm (please arrive 10min beforehand)
Duration : 1.5 hrs
Paid Ticketed: €12
Wheel Chair Accessible: Yes (more…)

6 Date Ideas for St. Patrick’s Weekend

6 Date Ideas for St. Patrick’s Weekend

(more…)

DCNYF

DCNYF

SPRING FESTIVAL GALA 2019

(more…)

Dublin Chinese New Year Festival

Dublin Chinese New Year Festival

SPRING FESTIVAL FAIR (more…)

Date Spot of the Week: Dublin Chinese New Year Festival

Date Spot of the Week: Dublin Chinese New Year Festival

 “Never wrestle with pigs. You both get dirty and the pig likes it.”

– George Bernard Shaw

(more…)

Dublin Chinese New Year Festival

Dublin Chinese New Year Festival

RTÉ NATIONAL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CHINESE NEW YEAR CONCERT Presented by RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra José Serebrier conductorGary Beecher pianoYANG Xue, erhu playerWANG Jingjing, pipa playerNING Yingjie, bamboo flute playerNew Dublin Voices LI HUANZHI  Spring Festival OvertureXIAOGANG YE   Cantonese Suite Starry SkySichuan ImageCantonese Suite BORODIN  Polovtsian Dances Ring out the old year, cheer […]


Go to top of page
%d bloggers like this: