Zumba dance expo
Join in on this special Zumba dance event as volunteers are being sought to break the Guinness World record dancing for largest Zubma class in an effort to raise funds for cancer charities. The event takes place at RDS Simmones Court, Ballsbridge
A beautiful voice and a hard name to pronounce(If your John Travolta) Menzel will appear at the Bord Gais theatre and tickets are on sale now.
The classic 90′s movie gets the musical treatment and comes to Ireland’s Bord Gais theatre. Be prepared for glasses to shatter when that high note is reached!
Dara O Briain
Cerebral comedian Dara o Briain return home for a series of gigs starting this weekend at Vicar St, Dublin.
The Go! Team
Brighton six piece and indie darlings The Go! Team set there sites on Whelans this weekend.
With the sun finally peering out of the oft dreary Irish sky, summer feels like it may at last have arrived. Of course, things being what they are it’s likely to last about as long as a Las Vegas wedding. We had better make the most of it while it lasts so in that vein here are our top picks for summer drinks!
The Rolls Royce of cervezas, purists will claim you simply must have a lime wedge to fully appreciate it but we think it’s just as good without it. I mean so long as it’s cold it’s gonna go down a treat. Scientists believe, and studies show that after a long hot day the first bottle is typically drank in less than eight seconds.
Forget that it’s a Miller-Coors beer masquerading as a craft beer, blue moon earns its premium price with its smooth, creamy orange full bodied taste. Pull a bottle of this out of a bucket of ice, feel the perfectly chilled glass in your hand, see that bead of water drip off the bottom, crack that baby open and try to stop your mouth watering before taking that first frothy, frosty, satisfying gulp.
That kick you feel when you gulp down that unique tasting desperado is tequila flavouring, or so they say. Who cares what it is when it tastes this good! Although this endorsement comes with a stern warning, make sure you get the original and not the new ‘verde’ flavour. It tastes like Baldy McDonough’s mouth wash.
Gin & tonic
Crisp refreshing and classy. That pretty much sums up the classic G&T. A good G&T is like a cool breeze on a hot day or like an anti-Jagger bomb. Unlike corona, lime is a must here and if you really wanna get it right squeeze the juice out of one wedge and add another on the side. If you don’t have ice in it you should feel ashamed of yourself.
It’s a slush puppy with booze, what more do you want?
Flyover Bed and Breakfast Dublin
With a warm atmosphere, and a classic Irish feel complete with beautiful pine tables as well as cast iron fireplaces, the Flyover B&B is a unquestionably one of the top guest houses to stay at in Dublin.
Originally an old farmhouse, this delightfully quint B&B was retro-fitted with all the modern amenities while keeping the great country vibe.
This delightful Georgian style townhouse is situated right in the heart of Dublin city making this a perfect location to stay for those visiting from abroad or anyone who wants to take a weekend break and enjoy the culture and night life Dublin has to offer.
Egans Bed and Breakfast
Pat and Monica Finn are the owners of Egans Guest House and have over 10 years experience providing b&b services and it shows in the hospitality of this great guest house. Situated in Glasnevin just a short distance away from the historic Glasnevin cemetery and museum while also being just a hop on the bus away from the city centre this makes it a perfect location to get a full Dublin experience.
Moat Lodge Guest House
The Moat Lodge is a 17th century property, overlooking a tranquil wooded area, only a stone’s throw from Lucan. The guest house is located just a short stroll from the quaint and historic village, which features an array of shops, character pubs, and restaurants.
If your looking for something fun and different look no further than jump zone. This unique indoor trampoline park offers a variety of activities but the sure-fire winner is a trampoline dodgeball. Things WILL get serious!
With fairground rides, bowling and mini golf Funtasia really has established itself as a great attraction for families. Just a short drive away they also have what is surely Ireland best water park and the fact that it’s a stone’s throw away from the beach is an added bonus!
Step into another world, where you will discover the sounds, sights, stories and magic of mythical Ireland, home of the Leprechaun!
The home of outdoor karting in Dublin. With an excting 1km track, which is also fully flood lit for night racing if you are feeling brave enough.
The National Wax Museum
The National Wax Museum Plus is an exciting interactive visitor attraction. The museum is located in the heart of Dublin’s city centre’s temple bar district and just off Dame Street