What's on in Dublin - Explore Festivals and Events

PROTEST!

FREE


Gallery of Photography
Thu 21st Apr - Sat 11th Jun
Bealtaine Festival 2022

FREE


Online
Sun 1st May - Tue 31st May
National Bike Week 2022

FREE


Dublin
Sat 14th May - Sun 22nd May
Dublin Dance Festival

€10.00 - €35.00


Dublin
Tue 17th May - Sun 29th May
All-Ireland Business Summit

€199.00


Croke Park
Wed 18th May
Future Health Summit

€198.00


Royal Dublin Society
Wed 18th May - Thu 19th May
Little Women

€25.00 - €30.00


Mill Theatre
Wed 18th May - Thu 19th May
Merrion Square Market

FREE


Merrion Square Park
Thu 19th May

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

Smithfield Square

Created as a bustling cultural quarter, Smithfield Square is an up-and-coming area on Dublin’s northside. Right on the luas line, the square boasts high-end apartments as well as commercial property.

Pan Pan

More than any other theater troupe I can think of, Pan Pan finds the soul-muddling angst in the Internet age, when computers with cameras and microphones instantly serve up private lives for public consumption.

Westbury Hotel

An icon in a city of greats, The Westbury not only surrounds its guests in luxury and style, it places them at the very centre of the city’s social and cultural riches.

Pearse Centre

The Pearse Centre is a hugely versatile venue with a lot to offer theatre groups, civil society organisations and artists.

CHQ Dublin

The CHQ Building - an iconic building from 1821 in Dublin Docklands - within Customs House Quarter.

Project Arts Centre

Theatre, Music, Dance & Visual Art. For over 50 years Project Arts Centre has been a home, hub and hive for adventurous artists and audiences.

Marlay House

The House is used by the Council for events such as Country House Concerts, Council Meetings, Training Courses and other functions. A craft fair is hosted at Christmas. The ground floor is available for hire for weddings and similar functions.

Grand Canal

The Liffey may hog the headlines, but the Grand Canal is the city’s true heart – just look to the Irish poets and songwriters who’ve used it as their muse.