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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 …

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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 …

What’s On: Bord Gais Theatre – THE KING AND I22nd June 2023

The multi Tony and Olivier award-winning musical, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s THE KING AND I returns to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from 27 June- 1 July 2023. THE KING AND I is a musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, set in the Kingdom of Siam in the 1860s. The story revolves around the British schoolteacher Anna Leonowens […] Read more …

Dublin’s ‘largest budget hotel’ officially opened on Townsend Street20th June 2023

Travelodge has opened “the largest budget hotel in the country” in Dublin city centre. Located on Townsend Street, the 397-room Travelodge PLUS is the company’s 11th property in Ireland. It is the second largest hotel in the city centre, and the first to feature the their “premium economy” SuperRooms concept. Travelodge paid homage to the […] Read more …

Bartra seek occupier for new Dublin docklands office13th June 2023

The Sidings on Clanwilliam Terrace, due for completion in the second quarter of 2024, will extend to 215,278sq ft of LEED Platinum space Developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra will be hoping to have its timing right with its delivery of The Sidings, its new office scheme on Clanwilliam Terrace in Dublin’s south docklands. The 10-storey building, […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Theatre – WEST SIDE STORY6th June 2023

Trouble is brewing on New York’s Upper West Side: Rival street gangs, heated rhythms, a bitter feud and, in the midst of it all, a great love fighting but tragically failing to overcome the obstacles standing in its way. Allow yourself to be swept away by a thrilling new production of West Side Story, a […] Read more …

Dublin Port’s pumphouse to become the city’s newest venue30th May 2023

The former pumphouse site is set to be transformed into an ephemeral space. Lots of rave news as of late. Not only are we expecting the hugely popular Shrek rave to grace Opium this weekend, there’s also set to be a series of music and art events from group Temporary Pleasure, held at Dublin Port. […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Theatre – JOHANNES RADEBE – FREEDOM UNLEASHED25th May 2023

Following his sell-out debut tour in 2022, TV dancing sensation and international champion JOHANNES RADEBE is hosting a party like no other in this electrifying brand-new production for 2023. FREEDOM UNLEASHED sees the ‘Irresistible’ Johannes joined by a diverse, world-class cast of talented dancers and singers in this melting pot of South African rhythms and […] Read more …

Best Dublin beaches: Most stunning seaside spots to visit23rd May 2023

Dollymount Strand on Bull Island is a massive beach stretching for an impressive 5km. While swimming here mostly takes place at the wall at the end of the wooden bridge, a picnic in the dunes is something that should be on your bucket list for a sunny day in Dublin. Find out more here.

What’s On: Bord Gais Theatre – STRICTLY BALLROOM: THE MUSICAL18th May 2023

Based on Baz Luhrmann’s award-winning worldwide film phenomenon SPECIAL EFFECTS: This production may contain Strobe Lightning, Flashing Lights, Smoke and Haze. STRICTLY BALLROOM: THE MUSICAL comes to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre as part of a UK & Ireland tour, starring Strictly Come Dancingfavourite Kevin Clifton and Dancing on Ice finalist and Coronation Street star, Faye Brookes. […] Read more …

Irish Rail announces new evening service between Dublin and Wexford16th May 2023

The new services were the subject of the greatest feedback in last autumn’s timetable consultation, in which over 1,500 people participated. Irish Rail has announced a brand new weekday service between Dublin and Wexford. The return service between Connolly Station and Gorey will start on Monday, May 22. The route will operate as follows: 20:05hrs […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Theatre – SING THE SONG OF DOCKLANDS11th May 2023

21 Maty 2023 – Singing to Celebrate Our City by the Sea SPECIAL EFFECTS: This production may contain Strobe Lighting, Flashing Lights, Smoke and Haze. SING A SONG OF DOCKLANDS is from the vision of David Brophy, in consultation with the communities of the Docklands, using song to celebrate and connect the communities of old […] Read more …

What’s On: Bord Gais Energy Theatre – Heathers, The Musical27th April 2023

Following two smash hit West End seasons, a record-breaking run at The Other Palace and winning the WhatsOnStage award for best new musical, HEATHERS THE MUSICAL, the black comedy rock musical based on the eponymous 1988 film, is back at Bord Gáis Energy Theatre. Westerberg High’s Veronica Sawyer is just another nobody dreaming of a […] Read more …

Millennium Management Doubles Capacity in Grand Canal Dock25th April 2023

Alternative investment management firm Millennium Management has opened a new office at Central Quay in Grand Canal Dock and announced plans to recruit. The company opened its first Dublin office at St Stephen’s Green in 2018, and following the relocation, it will have space for over 100 employees, or more than double its current headcount. […] Read more …

John Mayer

John Mayer Brings Iconic Acoustic Show To Dublin’s 3Arena13th April 2023

Grammy winner John Mayer has just announced his upcoming European Solo Acoustic Tour, which will run from March 15th to March 29th, 2024, and will feature a special guest performance from Madison Cunningham. The tour will kick off in Oslo, Norway, and will conclude on March 29th at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland. The tour, […] Read more …

Dublin Docklands

Waterways Ireland Still Considering Options on Graving Docks Site6th April 2023

According to the Minister for Heritage, Waterways Ireland is still considering various options for the graving docks at Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock. This comes in response to a recent written question from Dublin Bay South TD Chris Andrews regarding the future use of the graving docks, also known as City Block 19. The Minister stated […] Read more …

Busted

Popular 2000’s band Busted working on Ireland dates4th April 2023

After announcing their once-off 20th anniversary reunion tour, popular 2000s boyband Busted has received widespread criticism from fans in Ireland for not including Dublin or Belfast in their list of tour dates. The band had previously announced tour dates in England, Scotland, and Wales, all of which sold out instantly. Due to popular demand, they […] Read more …

Ed Sheeran

Everything To Know For Ed Sheeran at The 3Arena Tonight30th March 2023

Ed Sheeran is starting his series of “intimate” gigs in Dublin’s 3Arena tonight, where fans are expected to turn up in large numbers. The tickets for the event sold out within minutes, and only lucky 8,000 fans will get to witness the show. The gig is a precursor to his sixth album “Subtract,” which is […] Read more …

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Teeling Whiskey announced as partner for College Football Showcase28th March 2023

Teeling Whiskey has recently announced that it has become the official Irish whiskey partner of the Aer Lingus College Football Classic series. This partnership is a perfect match as Dublin has become the European home of American College Football with the opening game of the new College Football season now hosted in the Aviva Stadium […] Read more …

Love Actually

A Love actually Concert Comes to Dublin This November!23rd March 2023

Get ready to be swept off your feet this Christmas season with an enchanting event like no other – the Love Actually concert is returning to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin! This is not just any ordinary movie screening – the beloved romantic comedy will be brought to life by a full live […] Read more …

Maneskin

Maneskin Schedules tour stop at Dublin’s 3Arena21st March 2023

Italian rock band Maneskin has revealed their plans for a new world tour, including a stop in Dublin’s 3Arena in December. The band achieved international recognition after winning the Eurovision contest in 2021 and have been performing all over the world since then. The tour will promote their latest album, Rush!, which was released in […] Read more …

Irish rail

Irish Rail schedule changes for St. Patricks weekend16th March 2023

Irish Rail has announced changes to its regular schedule and additional services for St. Patrick’s weekend. Late-night DART and commuter trains will operate after midnight on Friday to accommodate those returning from Dublin city after St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. However, due to the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin, Tara Street Station will be closed […] Read more …

Grand Canal Dock and the Dublin Docklands: A Hidden Gem in Dublin2nd March 2023

If you’re looking for a non-touristy neighbourhood in Dublin to explore, Grand Canal Dock should be at the top of your list. The Dublin Docklands, also known as Silicon Docks, is home to international tech companies such as Google and Facebook, making this neighbourhood a hub of innovation and creativity. Here are some reasons why […] Read more …

Katie Taylor

Katie Taylor Mega Fight Set For 3Arena23rd February 2023

Katie Taylor’s highly anticipated homecoming fight against Amanda Serrano will not take place at Croke Park, as previously expected, due to high operating costs. Instead, the fight will be held at Dublin’s 3Arena on May 20. The decision was made after GAA authorities expressed concerns over who would cover the E400,000 security costs associated with […] Read more …

Pancake

Pancake Tuesday? We got you covered21st February 2023

Are you excited for Pancake Tuesday next week? If you’re in Dublin, you’re in luck! We’ve put together a list of some of the best places to indulge in delicious pancakes on this special day. One spot to check out is the Stella Diner in Rathmines. They’re giving out complimentary pancakes all day on February […] Read more …

Large new music venue in €25m docks site development proposed16th February 2023

An entertainment complex with a capacity twice as large as his Vicar Street venue, a boat maintenance facility, and an open space for fairs and festivals are among the plans businessman Harry Crosbie has submitted to Waterways Ireland for the redevelopment of three dry docks in Ringsend. The Graving docks, also known as City Block […] Read more …

Royal Canal: Cycleway Upgrade Works from North Strand Road to Phibsborough14th February 2023

Users of the Royal Canal in Dublin should be aware that cycleway upgrading work has just started on the section of the canal between Lock 1 at the North Strand Road and Lock 5 at Phibsborough. The cross-border organization for Ireland’s inland waterways states that in order to facilitate these operations, the area’s canal towpaths […] Read more …

Spongebob

Spongebob musical at Bord Gais theatre to make a splash this May9th February 2023

SpongeBob, a “hilarious deep-sea pearl of a show that is poised to make a splash with audiences young and old,” will be performing at the Bord Gais Energy theater in May. All singing, all dancing, and dynamic are promised for the performance. The story will center on SpongeBob and his pals learning that a volcano […] Read more …

Annie

UK & Ireland Production of ANNIE has been cast.7th February 2023

The upcoming UK and Ireland tour of wildly popular production of  ANNIE, which kicks off at Curve, Leicester on Saturday, February 25, 2023, has now had it’s cast fully confirmed. Elaine C. Smith and Jodie Prenger, both winners of Scottish BAFTA awards, will appear alongside the previously revealed Craig Revel Horwood and Paul O’Grady in the […] Read more …

Grand Canal Dock: A Brief Hisotry2nd February 2023

Grand Canal Dock, also known as the Silicon Docks, is a modern and vibrant area located in Dublin, Ireland. This bustling hub of activity has transformed from a historic commercial dock into a hub for tech and innovation, attracting many high-profile tech companies and start-ups. The Grand Canal Dock was originally built in 1796 as […] Read more …

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Dublin train station finally set to open after 14 years31st January 2023

A Dublin train station that was constructed in 2009 but never used is finally scheduled to open this year, according to Irish Rail. The Clondalkin/Fonthill and Adamstown stations are separated by Kishoge Station, which is expected to cost €6.35 million to build and will reportedly open to the public in December 2023. Irish Rail has […] Read more …

Dublin Docklands

Hopes To Repair Ferry Idling in Dublin’s Docklands26th January 2023

An antique ship that once transported passengers to and from the Aran Islands capsized in the Dublin Docklands. The primary means of transportation between Co. Galway and the Aran Islands from the 1960s to the 1980s was the MV Naomh Eanna, which was constructed in Dublin in the 1950s. The ship was also shown in […] Read more …

At Their Very Best

At Their Very Best: The 1975 Return To Dublin’s 3Arena This Weekend24th January 2023

Hot off the heels of their 5th consecutive number one album ‘Being funny in a foreign language’ Matty Healy and band mates George Daniel, Adam Hann & Ross MacDonald are making their long awaited return to Dublin’s 3Arena as The 1975 (Despite what some would say after an incident pronouncing the name Dearbhla). (photo source of […] Read more …

Permit Notification – Road Closure due to Crane lift Saturday 21st Jan20th January 2023

This Saturday 21.01.23. This maintenance will require the presence of a Crane located at the front entrance of the central Quay building and will require the closure of the roadway at the entrance of the Central Quay Building, the f directly outside will also be entrance of the Central Quay building will also need to be […] Read more …

Wolfe Tones

The Wolfe Tones Announce Two Extra Dublin Dates19th January 2023

The Wolfe Tones have scheduled two additional shows at the 3Olympia Theatre in Dublin. They added two additional gigs, on April 16 and 17, 2023, in response to “phenomenal demand” and after selling out the first two nights. Tickets went on sale Wednesday at 10am on Ticketmaster, starting at €35.00 (plus booking costs). The Wolfe […] Read more …

Dublin Clery Clock

Dublin’s Iconic Clery’s Clock Unveiled After Restoration17th January 2023

In preparation for the launch of a historical display within the former Dublin department store, the iconic Clerys clock has been completely restored and made public. This morning, the Lord Mayor of Dublin unveiled the fully restored clock as part of the opening of the exhibition and the reopening of the building itself. However, it […] Read more …

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Dry January Activities In Dublin12th January 2023

Many individuals take part in Dry January for a variety of reasons, such as wanting to detoxify their bodies after a Christmas filled with drinking and eating. Here are some activities you can do in Dublin without drinking Escape Room Like a real-life game of Cluedo In an escape room in Dublin, you gather information, […] Read more …

Rocky Horror Show

Rocky Horror Show hits Bord Gais Theatre for limited run10th January 2023

“The live show has an energy that the movie doesn’t have” Something for fans of The Rocky Horror Show to look forward to as Richard O’Brien speaks of its upcoming limited run in the Bord Gais Theatre. The show’s creator, O’Brien is well aware of how the show has remained popular for over five decades. […] Read more …

Grand Canal Dock

Meet the unusual pet who loves the Grand Canal Dock area5th January 2023

This week, early-morning commuters in Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock are did a double-take when they saw a peculiar pet being led on its daily stroll. Meet Anna Yatskiv, the proud owner of Benjamin, a lovely blue and gold long-tailed parrot. Every morning, Anna, who lives in the city’s center, leads Benjamin on a loop through Dublin […] Read more …

Mother Goose

Mother Goose announces Bord Gais theatre show as part of 2023 tour3rd January 2023

As part of their UK and Ireland tour, the critically acclaimed production of MOTHER GOOSE, starring Ian McKellen and John Bishop, will also stop in Dublin for a performance in the Bord Gais Energy Theatre in march between the 22nd and 26th. Mother Goose also features Anna-Jane Casey as Cilla The Goose, Oscar Conlon-Morrey as Jack, […] Read more …

Docklands

Plans lodged for 11 storey hotel in Dublin’s Docklands27th December 2022

In Dublin’s Docklands, plans for an 11-story hotel next to the Harbourmaster Bar would provide “critically needed hospitality capacity.” This is supported by a planning report submitted to Dublin City Council along with a 96-room hotel planning application from Sean Doyle’s Harbourmaster Bar Ltd. The project “incorporates an outstanding architectural concept that may make a […] Read more …

Santa and his reindeer prepare for crossing over Ireland22nd December 2022

Santa and his reindeer are preparing to pass over Irish airspace this Christmas Eve.   Santa is getting ready for his travel route as darkness falls across the world. At the time of writing, Santa and his team are in serious preparation for his annual round the world adventure. Irish families can track Santa’s route as […] Read more …

Irish Rail announces schedule changes for Christmas and New Years Eve20th December 2022

Irish Rail have announced times for late night DART and Intercity services running across Dublin for Christmas 2022 and the beginning of January 2023. Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year for travelling and public transport is likely to be busier than usual. Irish Rail have announced some changes to their usual timetable as […] Read more …

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Capitol Dock Christmas Market16th December 2022

This is your last chance to get down to Capitol dock for their Christmas market with Sunday the 18th of December being the final day. This short Christmas market event will prove to be an excellent for those with Children. According to the website there will be a number of exciting stalls with plenty to […] Read more …

Ice skating

Christmas: Best Places to go Ice skating in Dublin14th December 2022

With the Christmas holidays fast approaching, that means ice-skating is back in Dublin. If you’re looking to take your family and friends out ice-skating, you’re in luck because here is a list of the top places to go Ice skating in Dublin. Dundrum On Ice made its long awaited return on November 18 in Dundrum Town Centre, while […] Read more …

Bord Gáis theatre stages rebound in revenues8th December 2022

The Theatre’s trading performance was given a boost following easing of Covid-19 restrictions the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin’s south docklands recorded an increase in revenue and reduced losses last year as Covid-19 restrictions were eased and the venue was able to return to hosting full-capacity shows. turnover rose to just under €3.1 million, up […] Read more …

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The Bath’s at Dun Laoghaire set to re open after major work6th December 2022

The popular Dun Laoghaire baths were left derelict for over 20 years, but some good news as they are set to re open next week after the completion of restoration work. The baths, which date back to the 1800’s were a massively popular attraction to the locals in the area until they were closed down […] Read more …

Dermot Kennedy

Dermot Kennedy to make Pop up Appearance at Stephens Green Today22nd November 2022

Fans of pop sensation Dermot Kennedy will be thrilled to hear, the Irish star is set to make a pop up appearance at Dublins Stephens Green today. The Event, Hosted as a surprise by Golden Discs, is in honour of the release of the artist’s newly released album; Sonder. In an email sent out yesterday […] Read more …

Coca-cola truck

Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Coming back to Dublin next month17th November 2022

Huge news for lovers of the festive season as the hugely iconic Coca-Cola truck is set to make it’s return to Dublin next month. Visitors can get the chance to take a few family photos and experience the festive period the Coca-Cola Christmas advert way. The event is completely free but booking is required so […] Read more …

Dublin Winter lights

Dublin Winter Lights switched on to Light up the City over Christmas15th November 2022

Dublin City council has today switched on the Dublin Winter Lights once again this year to illuminate 16 locations across the City. The now yearly project, set up by the Dublin City Council to signify the run up to Christmas, lights up the city across some notable locations in Dublin. The project itself follows a […] Read more …

Board Gais

Jersey Boys Musical In Board Gais Theatre proves a huge hit10th November 2022

The story of one of the most successful pop bands in music history has stormed into Dublin’s Board Gais Energy Theatre and judging by the crowds reaction to the show, It is certainly one you do not want to miss! The show uses the four seasons themselves to tell the fascinating story of Frankie Valli […] Read more …

The South Campshire Public Realm Workshop

The South Campshire Public Realm Workshop8th November 2022

Dear All,   The Docklands Office, on behalf of Dublin City Council (DCC), are delighted to invite you to attend a non-statutory public consultation and workshop for The South Campshire & Flood Defence Public Realm Scheme on the 10th of November 2022.   In line with the United Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities […] Read more …

55 lad lane apartments

New High End Apartments Within Walking Distance Of Grand Canal Dock3rd November 2022

Developers Oakmount are looking to change the game with their new offering at 55 Lad Lane Located just a stone’s throw away from Grand canal dock, The new development designed by Darrell O’Donoghue Features six storys which features 25 luxurious apartments. The property also features its own car park on the basement level and an […] Read more …

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Underrated Tourist Attractions In Dublin2nd November 2022

Following on from last week’s article on how you could spend a day in Dublin, We have decided to stick to a similar theme for this weeks piece. There is so much to do in our country’s Capital but we feel we have a few gems that do not get the credit they so truly […] Read more …

Late Late Toy Show Audience Applications for 2022 Open25th October 2022

Big news for Irish citizens as the applications are open  for one of the biggest annual events in Irish Television. The opportunity to be an audience member on ‘The Late Late Toy Show’ is always an extremely exciting prospect for most of the Irish population. The show, which is hosted by Ryan Tubridy requires those […] Read more …

Things To Do

Things to Do: Dublin 21-23rd October20th October 2022

If you are looking to keep yourself entertained over the weekend in Dublin we have you covered. Always a city with a lot going on, Here are some interesting things you can do this weekend across the County. Creatures Of Samhain To kick things off, the always fascinating Samhain family festival makes its return to […] Read more …

Malahide Castle To Host Halloween Treasure Trail18th October 2022

Malahide Castle are inviting families to take part in a Halloween treasure hunt between the 29th and 31st of October. The already popular trail is being currently transformed into Diabolical Dorothy’s trail. The castle’s resident witch will be seeking the help of the visitors in order to locate all the ingredients for her next potion, […] Read more …

Student Walkouts across the city to protest cost of living crisis13th October 2022

(Photo source: Anna Chalkiadaki) THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS staged a walk-out from lectures this morning in protest against the rising cost of living and its effects on young people. Third-level students left midway through lectures and tutorials at 11.11am to symbolise the risk of students dropping out of courses due to financial burdens. Thousands gathered together […] Read more …

Car park on the market at €18m at Grand Canal Dock6th October 2022

A widely used car park in the grand canal dock area is now on the market for an eye-watering sum of 18 million. The Grand Canal Square car park is located at the west end of the Grand Canal Dock, underneath the “red forest” of Grand Canal Square. The entrance is by the Bord Gáis […] Read more …

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Oktoberfest starts this weekend in Dublin4th October 2022

Oktoberfest will  arrive to Dublin this weekend with a number of events taking place in the capital to celebrate. Here are three Oktoberfest events happening in Dublin this year. Oktoberfest at The Lighthouse The Lighthouse in Dun Laoghaire will host its Oktoberfest on Thursday, October 20. Expect beer, cheese, pretzels and of course, bratwurst. On tap there […] Read more …

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What’s on: Grant Thornton 5k Challenge29th September 2022

The Grant Thornton 5k challenge is back again this year at the Dublin Docklands with an in-person event and it is expected to be bigger than ever. With Covid having impacted our lives massively the last two years, there has not been much opportunity for work social events to bring co workers together to bond […] Read more …