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Do you have what it takes to make the Docklands smarter?13th June 2024

Smart Docklands, a project funded by Dublin City Council and Trinity’s Connect Research Centre, is looking for pilot projects to address local needs using tech. The Docklands have become somewhat of a microcosm for the rapid progress Dublin has seen since the 1990s, and today it features frequently in posters of the city thanks to […] Read more …

Dublin’s iconic Poolbeg Towers to be painted this year4th June 2024

The Poolbeg Towers, which dominate Dublin’s skyline, will be painted this year, according to a city councillor. Dermot Lacey, Labour councillor for Pembroke and a former Lord Mayor, said he is delighted that the Poolbeg Towers are being maintained during the summer. “They haven’t been painted in a long time, they need a bit of […] Read more …

More than 140 new social homes officially opened in Dublin28th May 2024

Two separate developments, featuring a total of 143 new social homes, have been officially opened by Dublin City Council. On Tuesday, 71 new homes were opened in Springvale Grove, Chapelizod, consisting of 21 one-bedroom homes, 30 two-bedroom homes and 20 three-bedroom homes, alongside a scout/community hall. Lord Mayor of Dublin, Daithí de Róiste, was on […] Read more …

KPMG Ireland opens new Dublin AI hub with plans to create 200 jobs21st May 2024

New unit will assist clients looking to navigate impending EU rules governing the technology. Professional services giant KPMG has opened a European artificial intelligence (AI) hub in Dublin, with plans to create 200 jobs over the next three years to support clients looking to implement the technology in line with new European Union rules. The Big Four […] Read more …

Visual ‘portal’ connects Dublin and New York City9th May 2024

Dublin and New York City have been linked-up in a real-time visual bridge as part of a groundbreaking art project. ‘The Portal’ art installation features an on-street sculpture with a 24/7 livestream of both Dublin and New York in either city. The two portals form part of a public art project aiming to unite citizens […] Read more …

Luke Kelly’s life and music is ‘worth celebrating’2nd May 2024

A festival celebrating legendary musician Luke Kelly will return to Dublin next month after its successful debut last year. Mary Black, Lisa O’Neill, Phelim Drew, The Dublin Legends, fiddle master Kevin Burke, and local folk artists will perform over two days in Smithfield Square on May 18 and 19. Luke Kelly’s nephew, Luke McCann, said […] Read more …

Dublin student crowned Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year for 202430th April 2024

Dublin Leaving Cert student Fiachra Cotter O’Culachain has been named Ireland’s Young Filmmaker of the Year 2024 for his short film Ivy. He was named the overall winner of the competition at the Fresh International Film Festival at Omniplex Cinema and Troy Studios in Limerick. Dundrum native Fiachra wrote, directed and edited the short film. Ivy is […] Read more …

Dublin Airport to complete rollout of 3D scanners by October 202525th April 2024

Dublin Airport has published an update on its ongoing work to replace scanning equipment across its two terminals.  Around a third of the airport’s 30+ existing x-ray scanners have now been replaced by new generation C3 scanners in partnership with Smiths Detection Ltd. All scanners at Dublin’s Terminal 2 are scheduled to be replaced by […] Read more …

Bank of America added 200 roles in Dublin as EU hub’s profits jumped23rd April 2024

Pretax profits rose by 158% last year to €1.73 billion, helped in part by rising interest rates Bank of America’s EU banking hub in Dublin grew its local workforce by a fifth to 1,200 last year, mainly as it expanded its international technology and operations centre. The jobs increase also came as the Irish-based Bank […] Read more …

Artists urged to bring more colour to the streets of Dublin18th April 2024

Artists are being asked to bring “less grey” and “more play” to Dublin’s streets by turning 104 traffic control boxes into works of art as part of the Dublin Canvas initiative. The spring callout was launched this week across three of the four local authorities, with grants offered to the selected artists. Dublin Canvas said […] Read more …

Dublin hosts new Sensoria festival to celebrate neurodiversity11th April 2024

A new and inclusive event is taking place at the end of the month in Dublin to celebrate World Autism Month. Sensoria, which will take place on April 28 in Merrion Square Park, has been organised by Dublin City Council with the help of organisations such as AsIAm and Neurodiversity Ireland. The event is free, […] Read more …

Dublin among world’s data centre leaders, according to survey9th April 2024

Dublin continues to be ranked in the top 10 in the world in terms of the size of its data-centre market and one of the top five in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). According to the latest data centre survey by estate agents Cushman & Wakefield, Ireland’s development pipeline is also ranked 10th in […] Read more …

7 openers to be aware of in Dublin right now4th April 2024

The exact kind of news we love to see, all in one place. It’s true that openers have been few and far between since 2024 kicked off, slowing down massively from the surge of new openings we saw towards the end of 2023. That said, things do seem to be picking up for new hospitality […] Read more …

Whats On: GREASE28th March 2024

After a whirlwind summer romance, leather-clad greaser Danny and girl-next-door Sandy are unexpectedly reunited when she transfers to Rydell High for senior year. But can they survive the trials and tribulations of teenage life and find true love once more? With its phenomenal score, bursting with hits including Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin’, Hopelessly Devoted to You and You’re the One […] Read more …

Easter 2024: Eggciting family-friendly events happening in and around Dublin for kids26th March 2024

Whether you’re searching for egg hunts, crafts, or other festive activities, there’s something for everyone  If you’re trying to come up with some fun activities to do with your kids during Easter then you’re in luck!We’ve discovered some eggcellent events that will surely be a hit with the whole family. Whether you’re searching for egg hunts, crafts, or other […] Read more …

Old letters from Irish immigrants in US digitised19th March 2024

Across the Atlantic and far away, how do the Irish abroad feel on St Patrick’s Day? That is one of the questions that can now be explored through a recently launched online database of thousands of letters and memoirs by Irish emigrants to North America, which have been digitised by academics at the University of […] Read more …

‘Proud Irishman’ Cillian Murphy wins Best Actor Oscar, Poor Things wins four12th March 2024

Oppenheimer‘s Cillian Murphy has become the first Irish-born star to win the Oscar for Best Actor at the Academy Awards in Los Angeles, with Poor Things, produced by the Dublin-based Element Pictures, winning in four categories, including Best Actress for Emma Stone. Oppenheimer was the big winner on the night with seven Academy Awards, while Murphy accepted his […] Read more …

Book Ahead: 13 events to check out in Dublin in March 20247th March 2024

The most Irish month in the calendar is approaching, so you best get prepared for it. January dragged out like a pair of hair extensions long past their best-before date, hanging on until the bitter end, but February, on the other hand, has been flying despite being a leap year. Before we know it, March […] Read more …

Dublin City Council and OpenAI team up for tourism project29th February 2024

Open AI, the parent company of ChatGPT, is teaming up with Dublin City Council to showcase the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance and support the tourism industry. A new tool will be developed to demonstrate the potential of generative AI to support unique, bespoke experiences for visitors to Dublin instead of using generic […] Read more …

Whats on: ALADDIN27th February 2024

The critically acclaimed Broadway and West End musical ALADDIN will run from 20 March – 14 April 2024.   Experience the timeless story of Disney’s ALADDIN , a thrilling production filled with unforgettable magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle! Don’t miss this extraordinary theatrical event already seen by over 14 million people worldwide, where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities […] Read more …

It’s very important to celebrate the Dublin women who can get lost in history20th February 2024

New photo exhibition opens on life in Dublin’s Docklands. A Dublin photographer has said “‘it’s very important to celebrate the women who sometimes get lost in history”. A new exhibition, showcasing the lives and history of the community of Dublin’s Docklands, is now open to the public at the Windmill Quarter in Dublin’s South Docks. […] Read more …

Whats On: LIFE OF PI15th February 2024

Based on the best-selling book by Yann Martel, the five-star hit show comes to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from 27 February – 02 March 2024 SPECIAL EFFECTS: This production may contain Strobe Lighting, Flashing Lights, Smoke, and Haze. AGE GUIDANCE: Suitable for ages 8+. Under 16’s must be accompanied by and seated next to a parent/guardian aged 18+. No […] Read more …

10 of the best places in Dublin for a big stack of pancakes13th February 2024

When you just want someone to make the Matilda style pancakes for you. Sure, if you opt to dine out, you won’t be able to control if “Send Me On My Way” is playing in the background, but you can release the stress of flipping failures and uncooked pancakes by heading out for your stack. […] Read more …

Lego ‘Bricktionary Experience’ coming to Dublin this March1st February 2024

The interactive Lego ‘Bricktionary Experience’ is set to open in Dublin this March after previously touring in Asia, Australia, and America. The exhibition will open in the Theatre of Light in Dublin’s Point Village on March 10 and will include life-sized animals, fashion and fantasy. In total, it has taken more than 6,500 hours to […] Read more …

New underground electricity cable routes for Dublin revealed30th January 2024

Three major cross-city construction projects to begin this year, one of which is due to run through land at Leopardstown racecourse. The first three routes selected for the replacement of underground electricity cables across Dublin, under a city-wide construction programme expected to take up to five years, have been revealed by EirGrid. The operator is […] Read more …

Discounted public transport fares in Dublin to stay25th January 2024

Discounted Leap card fares that were first introduced in 2022, including the ability to travel for 90 minutes across Dublin for a flat fee of €2 are to remain in place, the National Transport Authority (NTA) said. The TFI €2 fare allows commuters to transfer between Dublin Bus, Luas and most DART, commuter rail and […] Read more …

Whats On: KEITH BARRY23rd January 2024

Keith Barry, the world’s leading TV hypnotist, mentalist and brain hacker, is bringing his show ‘Mind Games’ to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on Saturday 27 January 2024. The announcement follows a sold out run of shows earlier this year. Keith Barry is a man of mystery. He believes magic and wonder is what the world […] Read more …

Three-day coffee festival taking place for the first time in Dublin18th January 2024

Coffee lovers will get inside tips from top roasters and baristas when the three-day Dublin Coffee Festival takes place for the first time in the capital. Hosted at The Complex in Smithfield, from March 1 to 3, the festival will feature a number of tastings, panel discussions and workshops across the weekend. There will also […] Read more …

Dublin restaurants, cafes and bars with the best vegan food this Veganuary.11th January 2024

From Michelin-recommended restaurants to yoga cafes, micro bakeries and even a beer garden – there are plenty of vegan-friendly venues to explore this Veganuary. Vegan January – or Veganuary – is upon us, so we have compiled a list of some amazing restaurants and cafes in Dublin that have vegan food on offer. Many Dubs will be participating in the annual […] Read more …

Dublin industrial estate 3km from town to be redeveloped for housing9th January 2024

The site is to be redeveloped for “thousands of homes”, as per the Irish Times. Plans to redevelop an industrial estate in Glasnevin will see the construction of thousands of homes, all serviced by rail and Luas, to be completed by the end of this year. As per the Times, Dublin City Council will meet landowners […] Read more …

What to Do in Dublin in January4th January 2024

This post contains our top 10 list of fun things to do this January in Dublin, updated for 2024. It includes free entertainment, after-dark activities, family-friendly things to do, concerts, festivals, and tours. We also have a post on the January weather in Dublin. Below are our favorite 10 events and activities to do this January […] Read more …

Whats On: THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW2nd January 2024

Ready to thrill you with fun and naughty moments, Richard O’Brien’s legendary rock ‘n’ roll musical, THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW comes to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre  THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW is the story of two squeaky clean college kids – Brad and his fiancée Janet. When by a twist of fate, their car breaks down outside a creepy mansion […] Read more …

Council signs off on Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre redevelopment21st December 2023

Grant of planning permission comes four years after Davy Stockbrokers fund bought hub for €175m on behalf of clients. Dublin City Council has granted planning permission for the €100 million redevelopment of Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. The council has gave permission to DTDL Ltd, controlled by a fund operated by stockbroker and wealth manager Davy, […] Read more …

A complete guide to a jolly good Christmas in Dublin19th December 2023

When the Christmas lights are sparkling, the shop tills are chiming and the buskers are blasting out festive tunes, Dublin becomes a hub of festive joy. With Christmas markets, incredible light shows and musical performances galore, the city makes for great spot to reconnect with old friends and to embrace the Christmas spirit with open […] Read more …

Dublin Christmas Markets 2023: 7 Worth A Visit14th December 2023

So, there isn’t one main Dublin Christmas Market – there are several! The capital has been severely lacking when it comes to festive markets, but a few recent additions have given the city Christmassy boost. And, while the last few years have been a bit of a mess, we can expect several Christmas Markets in Dublin in 2023! If you’re […] Read more …

Whats On: CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY- THE MUSICAL12th December 2023

Escape to a world of ‘Pure Imagination‘ with Roald Dahl’s CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY- THE MUSICAL. Based on the iconic story, this spectacular stage show follows the hit West End and Broadway productions to combine the memorable songs from the original 1970’s motion picture ( ‘The Candy Man’ and ‘Pure Imagination’) with all new numbers from the multi […] Read more …

Eagle Street Partners Initiates Major Residential Development in Dublin’s North Docklands7th December 2023

In a significant stride towards urban growth and housing demand, Eagle Street Partners, a pan-European property investor, has launched the construction of 702 apartments at the Castleforbes Business Park in Dublin’s north docklands. This ambitious project is set to include an 18-storey residential tower, that is expected to transform the city’s skyline dramatically while catering […] Read more …

Dublin Docklands could be ‘giant urban playground’ under new waterways plan.5th December 2023

Waterways Ireland 10-year plan to invest €200m in first three years, north-south body says. Dublin’s docklands could be transformed into “a giant urban playground for people of all ages, abilities, and interests,” according to a 10-year plan published by Waterways Ireland this week. The plan, which sets out a strategic vision for developing recreational opportunities […] Read more …

Offices at Central Quay near full occupancy following latest letting30th November 2023

Fully refurbished Dublin docklands building with strong tenant line-up came close to €50m sale earlier this year. Following on from the recent letting of the entire first floor (11,217sq ft) at Central Quay in Dublin south docklands to Millenium Capital Partners, Hibernia Real Estate Group has now secured Peninsula Petroleum as tenants for part of the building’s […] Read more …

Dublin pub to host pet friendly Christmas market where pups can visit Santa Paws.28th November 2023

The Doggy Christmas market with Santa Paws is coming to BrewDog Outpost Dublin. Dog owners who want to spend some truly unforgettable time with their pets this Christmas will have the perfect occasion as The Doggy Christmas market comes to the Docklands. After last Christmas’ success, the market is returning to Brewdog Dublin Outpost on December 17 from 12pm to 5pm. There […] Read more …

Welcome to Dublin City Council Dublin Winter Lights23rd November 2023

Dublin City Council is delighted to announce that the dazzling ‘Dublin City Council Dublin Winter Lights’ are back! For the month of December, locations all over the city centre will be transformed with colourful projections and lighting displays, including for the first time, Bank of Ireland College Green and the Central Bank Plaza. This year […] Read more …

Whats On: Love Actually – In Concert20th November 2023

Singular Artists proudly presents the star-studded and Christmas favorite Love Actually. The movie will come to Ireland in the winter of 2023, The show will see a full orchestra performing its soundtrack live to screen.  Love Actually In Concert has become an annual festive tradition for many, gathering numerous sold-out audiences in previous years. The […] Read more …

New night time festival in Dublin city centre celebrates ‘vibrant nightlife’13th November 2023

Dublin City centre is set to host two thrilling night time celebrations in November to celebrate its “consistent excellence across its evening and night time economy”. The Dublin by Night Fest will mark the city’s award of its tenth successive prestigious Purple Flag, awarded to towns with consistently vibrant nightlife. It will take place on […] Read more …

Dublin Port-based Construction Skills Course Crosses 1,000 Graduates9th November 2023

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD was at Dublin Port’s Substation today to mark the Dublin Construction Skills and Retrofitting Programme crossing 1,000 graduates. The Port-based three-week course, which St Andrew’s Resource Centre runs in partnership with Inner City Renewal Group, is focused on helping the unemployed upskill […] Read more …

Dublin’s top Asian restaurants and takeaways honoured at national awards7th November 2023

Dublin’s best Indian takeaway, Chinese restaurant and top chef were among the honours handed out at a national awards ceremony this week. A number of restaurants in the capital came out on top at the Asian Restaurant Awards held at the Castleknock Hotel on Tuesday, November 7. The Asian Restaurant Week and Awards were set […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – LA BOHÈME2nd November 2023

Irish National Opera Present Puccini’s LA BOHÈME is coming to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from 20-26 November 2023 The Paris of love and art. A poet, a painter, a musician and a philosopher. Living hand to mouth in a freezing garret. Christmas cheer and a heart won by the girl next door. The tragedies of […] Read more …

Yahoo signs for new offices in Dublin docklands27th October 2023

US tech giant Yahoo has agreed a deal to occupy enough space for up to 350 workers at Dublin’s tallest office building. The company has signed a lease for 3,317 sq m (35,703 sq ft) of office accommodation distributed across the first and second floors of the Exo building in the city’s north docklands. The […] Read more …

TikTok to start moving Dublin staff into new Docklands office25th October 2023

First announced as a TikTok site in 2021, the Sorting Office has more than 200,000 sq ft of office space with capacity for up to 2,000 employees. TikTok informed its employees based in Dublin yesterday (19 October) that some teams will begin moving to the new Sorting Office building from December onwards. A spokesperson for […] Read more …

Major Gaming Business Conference for Dublin19th October 2023

Up to 150 industry leaders and professionals from the Irish and global gaming ecosystem are set to attend NEXUS by GamerFest, a new games industry conference, taking place in Dublin next week. The event will offer game developers, publishers, investors and service providers the opportunity to explore the Irish and global games industry and the […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Energy Theatre – OH MIRIAM! LIVE17th October 2023

Join us on another unforgettable adventure through the extraordinary life and strong opinions of Miriam Margolyes, live on stage in her biggest tour yet to mark the launch of her new book.   “My new book is called OH MIRIAM! – something that has been said to me a lot over the years (often in […] Read more …

Dublin Theatre Festival 2023 28th Sept – 15th Oct10th October 2023

Dublin Theatre Festival brings world-class theatre to Dublin, supports artists in creating outstanding work and provides a platform to showcase the best of Irish theatre to the world. Dublin Theatre Festival 2023 runs from September 28 -October 15. At the heart of the festival is the city of Dublin – its people and its stories – […] Read more …

Ireland’s First Gaming Industry Conference Coming To Dublin3rd October 2023

The first ever gaming industry conference in Ireland is coming to Dublin on 18 October 2023, with 200 industry leaders and professionals expected to attend. NEXUS by GamerFest will take place in One Windmill Lane in the Docklands area of Dublin, and will welcome game developers and investors to discuss the broader scope of the gaming industries. […] Read more …

Part of Dublin’s 18th century sea wall to go on display26th September 2023

Part of Dublin’s original sea wall, which is almost 300-years-old, and a number of other artefacts, including dockworkers’ pipes displaying political and trade union branding, will go on display in a newly-restored Victorian electricity substation at Dublin Port. Dublin Port is 300 hectares in size, but this will be the first building on the estate […] Read more …

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre: What’s On – OH MIRIAM! LIVE19th September 2023

Miriam Margolyes: Oh Miriam! Live is coming to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on 30 October 2023 Join us on another unforgettable adventure through the extraordinary life and strong opinions of Miriam Margolyes, live on stage in her biggest tour yet to mark the launch of her new book.   “My new book is called OH MIRIAM! […] Read more …

Everything you need to know about Dublin Culture Night 202314th September 2023

One Night for All. It’s officially that time again. Culture Night is back for 2023, in its 18th year. It officially launched in September 2006 when 40 venues opened for free and late in the evening in Dublin’s Temple Bar. This expanded citywide in 2007, more than doubling in size with 87 cultural institutions participating. […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – THE LION KING12th September 2023

DISNEY’S THE LION KING returns to Bord Gáís Energy Theatre in September.   With an incredible cast of more than 50 actors, singers and dancers, the story of THE LION KING roars into life using spectacular masks, puppets, and costumes to tell the story of Simba’s journey from wide-eyed cub to his destined role as […] Read more …

GT5K Team Challenge Takes Place 26th September 20236th September 2023

The Grant Thornton Corporate 5k Team Challenge will take place at the Dublin docklands on Tuesday September 26th, 2023. We are contacting you in advance to share important information about the race with particular emphasis on road closures that will be in effect within your area and the implications of same. The event will start […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – THE BODYGUARD5th September 2023

Former Secret Service agent turned bodyguard, Frank Farmer, is hired to protect superstar Rachel Marron from an unknown stalker. Each expects to be in charge – what they don’t expect is to fall in love.   *Cast and performance schedule subject to change without notice. ‘BRILLIANT!’ (The Times), a breathtakingly romantic thriller, THE BODYGUARD features […] Read more …

Surge to open new Dublin café at Grand Canal Dock29th August 2023

Two and a half years after opening their first location in Clontarf, Surge are opening their second Dublin café, this time at Grand Canal Dock. The new café will be accompanied by The Barber Shop, who also reside at their Clontarf location. Co-owners and mother and daughter duo Fiona and Naoise Fitzgerald took over the […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – DIRTY DANCING24th August 2023

DIRTY DANCING – the Classic Story On Stage is back, exploding with heart-pounding music, breathtaking emotion and sensationally sexy dancing from 5-16 September 2023  DIRTY DANCING – the Classic Story On Stage is back, exploding with heart-pounding music, breathtaking emotion and sensationally sexy dancing from 5-16 September 2023 Seen by millions across the globe this worldwide smash […] Read more …

Plans revealed for twin 12-storey buildings at TU Dublin campus22nd August 2023

Plans for twin 12-storey office towers at Grangegorman, the tallest buildings to date at the TU Dublin campus, will be lodged with Dublin City Council within weeks. The two office blocks flanking St Brendan’s Way at the Broadstone entrance to the campus will be the new European HQ of US financial management software company Workday […] Read more …

Ireland’s Capital Dock Residence wins WiredScore Platinum award17th August 2023

Kennedy Wilson’s Capital Dock Residence is the first fully occupied Build to Rent scheme to receive the WiredScore Platinum certification in Ireland. Real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson has recently announced that its Capital Dock Residence Build to Rent development has been awarded the WiredScore Platinum certification. The residential portion of Capital Dock has won […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Energy Theatre – ANNIE WITH CRAIG REVEL HORWOOD15th August 2023

The smash-hit production of ANNIE comes to Dublin from 22 August – 03 September 2023 direct from London’s West End. This ‘glorious revival’ (The Times) stars Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood as the tyrannical Miss Hannigan!   Set in 1930s New York during The Great Depression, brave young Annie is forced to live […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – DANIEL O’DONNELL10th August 2023

Daniel O’Donnell, the Irish singing legend, is releasing a brand-new studio album of original material titled I WISH YOU WELL on 4 November 2022 – just in time for those Christmas stockings!   Daniel’s latest ‘Daniel O’Donnell 60’, released in celebration of his 60th birthday, shot straight into the chart at #4, keeping good company […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – SHREK THE MUSICAL3rd August 2023

Join our unlikely hero Shrek and his noble steed Donkey as they embark on a big, bright, musical adventure!   Featuring the beloved Princess Fiona, the evil Lord Farquaad, a host of magical fairy-tale characters and fabulous songs including the smash hit I’m a Believer, Shrek the Musical is a “musical extravaganza for big kids and little kids alike”.   Antony Lawrence will […] Read more …

New 500-seat Theatre Venue Proposed for Dublin City Centre1st August 2023

A conceptual feasibility study carried out with 159 respondents in the arts sector found a need for a multi-use venue in the city. John Davison, head of strategic communication at Turley Planning, said there is a “definite need for a venue of this size”. The performance centre would require two kinds of performance spaces for […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – TITANIC THE MUSICAL27th July 2023

In the final hours of 14th April 1912 the RMS Titanic, on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, collided with an iceberg and ‘the unsinkable ship’ slowly sank. It was one of the most tragic disasters of the 20th Century. 1517 men, women and children lost their lives. Based on real people aboard the […] Read more …

Dublin brewery to host a rock inspired Oktoberfest event this year25th July 2023

We absolutely lose it for Oktoberfest in this country. While the event held at the Dublin docklands is yet to make a comeback, we’ll settle for any and all Oktoberfest themed events, and Inchicore brewery Rascals are welcoming a rock n roll inspired version of the festival. Rocktoberfest 2023 will see a mixture of Germany […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Theatre – ANTON DU BEKE AND GIOVANNI PERNICE- HIM &ME20th July 2023

Strictly Come Dancing judge ANTON DU BEKE and 2021 champion GIOVANNI PERNICE join forces for their spectacular tour – HIM & ME Brace yourselves for THE best night out when two of BBC Strictly Come Dancing’s best loved professional dancers team up for an unforgettable tour. Showcasing their unrivalled rapport, they are bringing audiences a […] Read more …

luke kelly festival to take place in Dublin next month

Luke Kelly Festival to honour Dubliners legend next month18th July 2023

A new festival will be held in honour of music legend Luke Kelly in Dublin next month. In a nod to his inner city roots, the free festival will be held in Smithfield on Sunday, August 13. Damien Dempsey and former Dubliners member Sean Cannon will perform songs from Luke’s repertoire and old favourites from […] Read more …

Filming of ‘ANNIVERSARY’ on the 18th of July 202317th July 2023

ANNIVERSAY ANNIVERSARY PRODUCTIONS DAC   We are writing to notify you of proposed filming for the feature film titled ‘Anniversary’. ‘Anniversary is produced by Fifth season and Metropolitan Films. Due to the recently announced SAG actor’s union strike, we may have to announce an alternate date and will keep you posted through Apleona Ireland Real […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gáis Theatre – THE HURLING POD LIVE13th July 2023

It’s Galway v Kilkenny but not as you know it! The Hurling Pod Live is off to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin this July and you’re invited! Will O Callaghan will be joined on stage by co-hosts James Skehill,  Paul Murphy and special guest Joe Canning with more hurling legends to be announced! Join […] Read more …

ADOOR expands in Dublin at Silicon Docks11th July 2023

One Lime Street is a private rental sector (PRS) scheme located close to the Border Gais Theatre and the centre of Grand Canal Dock – also known as Silicon Docks. Its name stems from the close proximity to Meta, Google, Accenture, Salesforce, JP Morgan and other tenants along One Lime Street. The new ADOOR property […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Theatre – MÁM6th July 2023

The mythic MÁM is coming to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in July 2023 Following a sell-out Irish tour in Autumn 2022, Michael Keegan-Dolan and Teaċ Daṁsa, come to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre with the mythic MÁM. For two nights only, this will be the sole opportunity to see MÁM in Ireland before it travels […] Read more …

Notification of filming for a film ‘Abigail, in the Grand Canal Harbour Management Area, including the Square and Britian Quay. 5th – 8th July 20235th July 2023

Update on the confirmation of filming for a feature film, entitled ‘Abigail’, as per previous notification in May 2023 , for Grand Canal Harbour Management Area, on the following dates: Wednesday 5TH JULY 2023 and Thursday the 6th July 2023 19:00 – 02:30 Filming at Grand Canal Square. Wednesday 5TH JULY 2023  02:00 – 06:00 Filming […] Read more …

Ireland’s first triple-platinum green office building scheduled for 202429th June 2023

The Sidings on Grand Canal Dock is designed to promote staff wellbeing and active travel, while using less water and recycling 90 per cent of construction waste. Employees in the heart of Dublin’s thriving tech hub will be able to enjoy panoramic views of the Docklands’ skyline from sustainable workspaces when Bartra’s latest eco and […] Read more …