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What To Do This Weekend April 25-26 2015

Are you off this weekend? We have a lists of things you can do this weekend from events, concerts and activities.

Events This Weekend

Sister Act Broadway Musical

If you are into musical we have two available events for you. The Broadway Musical Sister Act is going to be in Dublin this whole weekend at The National Concert Hall

Madama Butterfly

Fantastic opera is going to be on this weekend called Madama Butterfly at the Bord Gais Theatre Dublin, This is a sad one it based on Love and Pain.

An American naval officer, Lieutenant Benjamin Franklin Pinkerton, arrives in Japan to take up his duties on a ship docked in Nagasaki. On the suggestion of his friend Sayre, he takes a Japanese wife and house for the duration of his stay there. His young bride, Cho-Cho-San, is a geisha whose family were strongly in favor of the marriage until Pinkerton forbade them from visiting. When they learned that they would not be allowed to visit they disowned Cho-Cho-San. Pinkerton’s ship eventually sets sail from Japan. In his absence and unbeknownst to him, she gives birth to their child, a son whom she names Trouble. As time goes by, Cho-Cho-San is still convinced that Pinkerton will return to her some day, but her maid, Suzuki, becomes increasingly skeptical. Then Goro, a marriage broker, arrives and proposes that she divorce Pinkerton, telling her that even if he does come back, he will leave her and take the child with him. He proposes a Japanese husband to look after her—Yamadori, a prince who had lived a long time in America. Although she has no intention of going through with Goro’s plan, she tells him to arrange a meeting with Yamadori. You can read the rest of the story at the Wikipedia page

Live Gigs

The Business Live Gig at JJ’s Smyths

If you want to listen to a fine blue jam The Business is going to be in JJ’s Smyths tomorrow 25th April 2015 at 9pm. The ticket is EUR10.00.

Sunday Noon Concert FREE ADMISSION

Every weekend at the Hugh lane they held a concert for everyone for Free.

Comedy Shows

Totally Wired plus guests

Do you want to laugh this weekend well Totally Wired Comedy show at the Laughter Lounge is for you. Bring your friends, Girlfriends or Boyfriend or your family to the comedy show and enjoy!


If art if for you then I have a list of place gallery place for you to which you can visit and appreciate art.

Oriel Gallery, there is no admission fee just go in and explore.

National Gallery Dublin, They are actually hosting the master collection exhibition right now and it is worth a visit.

Science Gallery Dublin

Temple Bar Gallery

Dublinia Exhibition

The Doorway Gallery

Howth is Magic on Ice

Celebrate the festive season with a visit to the Howth Ice Rink.

The Howth is Magic on Ice includes an all weather ice rink, refreshment stands and a free playground for younger children.

If you want a break from the ice rink, or can’t stay up on the ice, you can also enjoy the view of Howth harbour. See if you can see the seals.

Howth is Magic on Ice is open from December 14th to January 13th, from 12pm – 10pm during the week and 11am – 10pm at weekends.

Open hours

Adult – €15
Child Under 12 – €8
Family – €44
Students – €12
School Children – €8
Tiny Tots – €8
Spectators – €2 entrance fee

Enjoy a great day out with Howth is Magic on Ice.

Poulot’s is a class apart

From the moment you step into Poulot’s Restaurant in Donnybrook, Dublin, you are entering a comfort zone, designed so you can relax and enjoy your meal.

And you certainly will enjoy your meal. Charming though the environment may be, the food prepared and cooked by Jean-Michel Poulot surpasses everything. A speciality is a Japanese-style yellow fin tuna, while the loin of venison is wonderful and delicately flavoured.

Poulot’s is not cheap. How could cuisine of this calibre be so? But it is superb value. For sheer flair, its excellence will make any celebration memorable.

The imaginative dishes set Poulot’s in a class apart. Starters include rabbit loin served with basil risotto, pepper compote and sage butter or seared duck fois gras, served with fig compote, toasted brioche and vinegar syrup. Main courses like the fillet of barbary duck is worth ordering just for the buttered green cabbage with which it is served. Seafood dishes include spiced scallops or roasted fillet of sea bass. Both are highly recommended.

For good calorific value try Opera Carupano for dessert. It contains 70% cocoa chocolate fondant! A little of what you fancy indeed.