What's on in Dublin - Explore Festivals and Events

Wild Lights 2022 at Dublin Zoo

€17.00 - €23.00

Dublin Zoo
Fri 28th Oct - Mon 9th Jan
HAUNTED by Tara Flynn & IF THESE WIGS COULD TALK by Panti Bliss

€18.00 - €40.00

Abbey Theatre
Fri 11th Nov - Sat 3rd Dec
Beauty and the Beast

€50.00 - €70.00

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Thu 24th Nov - Sun 8th Jan
Hansel and Gretel


The Helix
Fri 25th Nov - Sun 15th Jan
Jungle Book


Gaiety Theatre
Sun 27th Nov - Sun 8th Jan
Quatuor Ébéne Finghin Collins, Piano

€19.50 - €34.50

National Concert Hall
Mon 28th Nov
The Food Retail & Hospitality Expo


Sport Ireland: National Indoor Arena
Thu 1st Dec
Polar Bear & Penguin


The Ark
Thu 1st Dec - Sun 18th Dec

Things to Do in Dublin. Some ideas what to visit.

Bray Central

A vibrant new destination on Bray main street. Bray Town Centre is an impressive Retail and Leisure development located in the heart of the thriving town of Bray.


The community for creativity. Local, fun, in-person social paint classes.

Lucan Garden Centre

A traditional garden centre, where high quality trees, shrubs & flowers are our priority, plus the advantage of being situated next to our own turf fields for fresh roll out grass/lawn.

Kilbogget Park

Hosts rugby, soccer, gaelic clubs and pitches, as well as a recreational area with floodlit car parking & paths.

National Basketball Arena

The arena at Tallaght, formerly known as the National Basketball Arena, has regularly transformed from a major sporting facility to an exam centre, a concert venue and a trade exhibition centre, to mention but a few!

Fumbally Stables

The Fumbally Stables is the event space of The Fumbally with a focus on culture and education. We host our own workshops and events and also offer private room hire and collaborations with outside groups.

Pallas Projects/Studios

A not-for-profit artist-run organisation dedicated to the facilitation of artistic production and discourse, via the provision of affordable artists studios in Dublin's city centre, and curated projects.

Wood Quay Amphitheatre

Wood Quay is a riverside area of Dublin that was a site of Viking settlement. It is now the location of the Dublin City Council offices.