Looking for something to do this weekend? There are plenty of cool events on in the city over the coming days.
We've teamed up with Dublin Gazette to bring you the best of what's on in Dublin.
A Night For Aware @ Olympia Theatre - Friday April 6th
This Friday, a group of Irish music acts are coming together for ‘A Night for Aware’. The unique concert in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre is in aid of mental health charity, Aware.
Taking to the stage on Friday April 6th will be Christy Dignam, In Tua Nua, Mundy, The Pale, Cry Monster Cry, Barq, Jem Mitchell, Trouble Pilgrims and The Skatuesques.
The organisers, having held previous, ‘A Night for….’ concerts, are hoping that the first ‘A Night for Aware’concert raises the profile of mental health issues in Ireland and raises much needed funds.
Ketel One Brunch @ Roberta's
With brunch becoming one of the trendiest meals in Dublin, Roberta’s on Essex Street has teamed up with Ketel One vodka to launch a brand-new event that will take place every weekend.
The Ketel One Brunch at Roberta’s will allow guests to sample a range of cocktails made with Ketel One vodka, along with special dishes crafted by Roberta’s head chef, Troy Watson. There are also promises of exciting and ‘unique’ additions to come.
Gin Experience Dublin 2018 @ Dublin Castle
The Printworks at Dublin Castle will host Gin Experience Dublin this Friday and Saturday.
Punters will be able sample gins of every kind and explore food pairings that are unique with gin. There'll also be a masterclass with Ireland's leading ambassadors and gin cocktails from some of Ireland's most esteemed bars and restaurants
Strictly over 18s.
Egg Hunt @ The Disney Store - Sunday April 8th
The Disney Store on Grafton Street will play home to an exclusive event this Sunday.
Participants are invited to ‘hop’ in store to take part in an exclusive Disney Egg Hunt event to find eggs placed around the store.
Those taking part will receive a free Ufufy soft toy (while supplies last), along with a free activity sheet which allows children to design their own Disney eggs.
The event is suitable for children aged three and up, and will start at 9am, but spaces are limited.
FAI Women's World Cup Qualifiers @ Tallaght Stadium
The Girls in Green could be on their way to the World Cup. Witness the Republic of Ireland Women take on Slovakia on Friday April 6th before facing the Netherlands Women on Tuesday April 10th.
What's She Doing Here? Women at Work 1989-2018 @ The Little Museum Of Dublin
A brand new exhibition launched in the city last weekend about the many women who have helped shape our country.
Hosted by The Little Museum of Dublin on Stephen’s Green, ‘What’s She Doing Here?’ is a photographic exploration into women who have excelled in industries that have traditionally been dominated by men.
Looking at the past 100 years, there is a focus on historical heroines such as renowned suffragette Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, as well as a look at the women of more modern times who have risen to the top of their respective industries. 'What’s She Doing Here?’ is set to run until June 10th.
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