Best Of Dublin
Looking to make some plans this weekend?
Here's our picks for what's happening in Dublin this weekend ...
Paddy Power Comedy Festival
Paddy Power hosts some of the biggest names in comedy at the Paddy Power Comedy Festival, in Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens, for 4 nights of stand-up.
The Paddy Power Comedy Festival runs from July 21st and 24th, tickets available from ticketmaster.ie.
Dublin Maker is a free to attend, community run event held in Merrion Square on Saturday July 23rd.
Fifty makers will have their craft on display, from traditional Aran jumper-making, to AI racing robots, to wooden sculptors and everything in between.
This year’s event also features a repair café, where visitors can bring broken items along to Dublin Maker to be fixed by the volunteers from Tog Hackerspace.
Dublin Maker is free, and tajes place on Saturday July 23rd in Merrion Square.
The Cher Show
The Cher Show plays Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from Tuesday the July 19th until Saturday July 30th.
The Cher Show tells the incredible story of Cher’s meteoric rise to fame and is packed with 35 of the superstar’s biggest hits, including If I Could Turn Back Time, I Got You Babe, Strong Enough, The Shoop Shoop Song and Believe.
The dazzling musical is directed by Arlene Phillips (Saturday Night Fever, Starlight Express, Grease) and choreographed by Strictly Come Dancing’s Oti Mabuse.
Get tickets from ticketmaster.ie.
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