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What's on in Dublin this week


Check out the below to see what to do in Dublin this week! - 29/01/2024


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A lot is happening in the city this week, events, walks & talks celebrating Women in Ireland are going on right throughout the week for St Brigit's Day, plus plenty of activities this weekend for the Lunar New Year!

 

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Embodying Brigit through Poetry


If you're looking for something creative and fun or maybe something new and different for Brigit Day then head to the Gaiety Acting School for a free Drama lesson based on Embodying Brigit through Poetry - it's also free!


"Come, be part of an enchanting experience where drama and poetry intertwine, paying homage to the legacy of Saint Brigit and the incredible female voices that resonate through the ages. Saint Brigit, known for her compassion, healing, and artistic spirit, serves as our muse."


Grab your tickets here

 

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160th Anniversary - The National Gallery Of Ireland


The National Gallery will be celebrating its 160th Anniversary by hosting a variety of different walks on talks on their archives, current exhibitions and more.


"Celebrate the Gallery’s anniversary by joining the Library and Archives team for a talk about the archival exhibit From the Archives 1913-1924.

Drawing from the Institutional archive, this display highlights the Directorships of Hugh Lane and Robert Langton Douglas and their valuable contribution to the development of the Gallery and the national art collections."


Check out the calendar here

 

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Guided Tour: Féile Bhríde – History, Mystery and Magic at The National Botanic Gardens


Join the guides at the Botanic Gardens for an enchanting tour about Brigit venturing through the Winter Gardens!


"Discover the many and varied tales associated with Brigid in Ireland, her links with the ancient Festival of Imbolc, and spot signs of spring emerging in the Gardens."


Grab your tickets here

 

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Lunar New Year Celebrations


Dublin is hosting a variety of amazing events this week right up until the 11th February for the Lunar New Year!


"To celebrate, promote and deepen the understanding of the Asian-Irish relationship by presenting an annual festival of arts, culture and exchange that brings traditional and contemporary ideas together in an innovative and exciting way."


Check out the Calendar here

 

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Chester Beatty – Drop-in Activity: Chinese Knot Challenge


Chester Beatty will be hosting a Chinese Knot Workshop we would also recommend hanging on and checking out all of Chester Beatty as it holds some of the most well-preserved manuscripts and scrolls from all over the world.


"In China, knots are considered a lucky charm, and traditionally they were used in clothing or jewellery to ward off evil spirits. Today, they are used to decorate homes during festivals."

Limited to 15 participants. FREE, no booking required.


Check out the calendar here

 

What a great week full of events and activities around the city! The Lunar New Year Celebrations will come to a close with a fantastic traditional display on 11th February at Meeting House Square!


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