Part 2 of our guide to getting out and about in Dublin in 2015 looks at some great events later in the year as well as some events that happen all year long.
Dublin Fashion Festival 3 – 6 September
If you lie your style don’t miss the Dublin Fashion Festival for everything fashion and stylish!
Dublin Fringe Festival 4- 20 September 2015
This is a really lively and diverse festival featuring theatre, music, art, comedy, dance, gaming and circus from Irish and international artists. Make it more enjoyable and call NRC – we will manage your journey!
Dublin Theatre Festival
The annual Dublin Theatre Festival takes place from 24 September to 11 October where you can enjoy a few plays a day and enjoy the craic along the way.
Vodafone Comedy Festival usually takes place in the Iveagh Gardens in July and this event is not to be missed. Enjoy a bellyful of laughs in the outdoors – no better way to spend a summers evening!
This is on in St Marshes Library til 29th June 2015
Our latest exhibition the exhibition explores what James Joyce read when he visited Marsh’s Library in 1902, and how this reading throws new light on his attitudes to Catholicism, heresy and Irish history. The exhibition is curated by Jason McElligott, Keeper of Marsh’s Library; Professor John McCafferty, Director of the Mícheál Ó Cléirigh Institute, and Dr Anne Marie D’Arcy of the University of Leicester.
All Year Long Events – Have you checked them out?
Merrion Square Open Air Art Exhibition
Want to get a few new pictures for the house? Why not take a trip to the Merrion Square Open Air Art Exhibition on Merrion Square West which takes place every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 6pm. With up to 150 artists exhibiting their work, there is usually a good selection and range of prices.
Aras on Uchrarain
Have you been on the free guided tour of the Áras yet? If not, it’s worth a visit to see the inside of our president’s home. After you can visit Ashtown Castle coffee shop for a very nice coffee and tasty bun!
The National Gallery holds a free family workshop every Saturday so why not introduce the kids to some culture and make it an enjoyable experience!