What’s on in Dublin – May 2015

Summer is in the air so time to get out and enjoy the city of Dublin and all it has to offer. As always there are loads of fantastic events on so what are you waiting for?! Pick your event and call NRC on 01 677 2222 who will whisk you off to your event of choice!

fieldThe 50th anniversary staging of The Field is running in The Gaiety for the rest of May! This iconic play written by John B Keane, is a gripping and masterful piece of writing, Starring Aidan McArdle, Ian Lloyd Anderson, Catherine Byrne, Geoff Minogue and Maria McDermottroe, this is a production not to be missed.

If musicals are your thing you can’t miss Calamity Jane in The Bord Gais Energy Theatre from 19 to 23 May. Tickets are still available for this highly acclaimed productions which is presented by Watermill Theatre Newbury.

The end of May equals the annual Bloom festival in the Phoenix Park starting on 28 May and going in til 1 June.  You will find the very best of Ireland’s landscape gardeners and designers as well as 150 food producers, plant village, crafts, live entertainment and children’s zone and much more.

International Literature Festival Dublin 16 – 24 May is Ireland’s premier literary event and gathers the finest writers in the world to Dublin! There is a fantastic line-up of readings, plays and other literary events so well worth checking out.

The 3 Arena have a variety of shows in May including Take That, the UK’s most successful live act ever, An Evening with multi Grammy award winning Mark Knopfler, 5 Seconds of Summer ‘Rock Out With Your Socks Out’ tour and world famous tenor Placido Domingo.

That’s just a selection of events on in Dublin but there is something happening every day in the city so get out and be part of it! Call NRC Taxis on 01 677 2222 to join in the fun!




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