Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd February 2020 8 Grade One Races -2.1 Million in Prize Money Expect something different; join us in our celebration of the brilliance of jumps racing, music and culture. Immerse yourself in the races that have produced icons of jumps racing; […]
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 […]
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.
The Dublin Festival of History is an annual free Festival, brought to you by Dublin City Council, and organised by Dublin City Libraries. The Festival has gained a reputation for attracting best-selling Irish and international historians to Dublin for a high-profile weekend of history talks and […]
We are Dublin Vegfest – a small dedicated group of people passionate about vegan living. Vegfest started when we saw the need to showcase the beneficial, brilliant and beautiful of a vegan lifestyle. Using our backgrounds in vegan events, co-ops and NGO’s we decided to […]
We are Dublin Vegfest – a small dedicated group of people passionate about vegan living. Vegfest started when we saw the need to showcase the beneficial, brilliant and beautiful of a vegan lifestyle. Using our backgrounds in vegan events, co-ops and NGO’s we decided to host Dublin Vegfest. Dublin Vegfest has become an important event in the calendar of anyone curious about veganism, plant based ethical food, community, animal rights, health and having craic!
craic(noun) : Irish word for fun/enjoyment that has been brought into the English language. usu. when mixed with music. ‘Bhi craic agus ceol againn’ : We had fun and music. Fun doesn’t really cut it though. General banter, good times had by all. Also, a person who is good fun/great company.
We have supported thousands of people to go vegan and stay vegan. Because we are vegans we understand the challenges people can face when considering living vegan. Previous to Vegfest we set up a community vegan cafe in Dublin which became a vegan education and performance space in Temple Bar for two years. We also ran Kindness Cafe alongside Open Cinema where through partnerships with local food distributors, fruits and vegetables saved from landfill and transported by bike! Where turned into nutritious free vegan meals for homeless people in a pop up vegan cafe setting. We started Vegan runners Ireland and some of us run wearing a vegan runners vest in large mainstream events to raise awareness and show you can thrive on a vegan diet. We’ve been involved in vegan advocacy in one form or other for years! We work with ethical business, non profit organisations and individuals to put their vision in front of people.
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).
“Never wrestle with pigs. You both get dirty and the pig likes it.” – George Bernard Shaw
Whether you’re a resident vampire or visiting from further afield, Bram Stoker Festival 2018 has something for everyone in its gothically inspired programme of events. Get ready for four days of living stories and four nights of deadly adventures as Dublin gets gloriously gothic this October […]
After the success of launching our first ever Brewtonic Beer Fest last year, we’re back this September at The Bernard Shaw & Eatyard 21-23rd September 2018. Check out our event page HERE. What: Brewtonic Beer Festival Where: The Bernard Shaw & Eatyard Complex, 11-12 Richmond St. South, Portobello, Dublin 2 When: Friday 21st, Saturday 22nd […]