What is the craic for the weekend: 30.06

To Dance

Dublin City Block Party



Well, there is not much else to say except check out the line up for the Dublin City Block Party and run get your ticket. You will not see it again any time soon:

Names like  Todd Terje & The Olsens,Huxley, Matthew Herbert, ,Kelis, Dusky, Greg Wilson playing at the same party, on a warm and nice weekend in Dublin. There will also be an opening night party with Robert Hood and Marcellus Pittman on Friday 1st July and an after party on Saturday 2nd July with Erol Alkan.

Location? Only three indoor & outdoor stages, an expanded festival site with top of the range sound and visuals, all located in Dublin City centre’s Tivoli Grounds and District 8.

Penthouse Rooftop Pop Up Bar


The Morgan Hotel is opening up their rooftop to the public. The Morgan Cocktail Bar will be moving to the Rooftop along with their residence DJ’S and Johnny their award winning mixologist. Grey Goose will join the party to make the weekend even more epic! They recommend to prebook your entry and Email parties@themorgan.com to guarantee your spot.

Friday (01.07) from 4:00 pm to 1:00 am

Saturday (02.07) from 4:00 pm to 1:00 am

The Morgan Bar – 10 Fleet Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2

Paradox X illicit – Free Party

If you are in mood for some Techno and House on Friday night you might want to go down to the Paradox X illicit free party.  Paradox is teaming up with Illicit and is hosting this party in Bottom Factory. Put your dance shoes on and have fun!

23:00 – 00:00 – Darren Molloy b2b Dave Murphy
00:00 – 01:00 – Frankie Moorhouse b2b Arte Artur
01:00- 02:00 – Keith Byrne b2b Andrew Thompson
02:00 – Close – Ryan Hayden b2b Adam Judge

Friday (11.07) from 11:00 pm 

For FREE Entry comment ‘FREE PARTY’ & tag 2 friends on Facebook page of the event.
After 23:30 Entry is €8+

Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

To Eat

Dublin Food Porn Festival: Food & Fantasy

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What are the two most pleasant things in the world? Now imagine those two things on the same night. Dublin Food Festival is the best combination of food and fantasy. The food and cocktails will have a special presentation and you will be served by sexy waiters & waitresses, with the sound of erotic music, the light of lots of candles and many sexy surprises.

Wednesday (29.06) from 8:30 pm to 11:30 pm 

Three course dinner with mini surprise cocktail for two priced at just €69.61.

Platform 61 – 27 South William Street, Dublin, Ireland 

Canal Bank Night Market

A perfect spot to go after work for some good food and stalls selling stuff from arts & crafts and vintage clothes to vinyl records and bikes.

Thursday (30.06) from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Portobello Square


Free Comedy Night (Standup Comedy and Web Series)


Start your weekend getting good vibes and having a laugh.

In The Liquor Rooms, on Thursday night, you will find Standup Comedy with Maxine Jones, Lisa Casey, Gary Lynch, Donal Vaughan and Rob Coyle, screenings of series, comedy sketches and cocktails (Not included:))

Thursday (30.06) from 8:00 pm

The Liquor Rooms – 5 Wellington Quay, Dublin, Ireland D2

An Evening of Shakespeare

Are you looking for a chilled weekend? Dark Horse Theatre Company proudly presents ‘An Evening of Shakespeare’, a collection of scenes, monologues and dualogues from a range of Shakespeare’s works coming together to form a varied programme of both comedy and tragedy for your enjoyment. It promises to be a great night of entertainment and features a phenomenal cast including Mike Timms, Martin Brennan, Katie Noone, Muireann Toibin, Suzanne Cooper , Alan Grant and Conal O’Shiel. Directed by: Alan Grant and Conal O’Shiel

Thursday (30.06) – Saturday (02.07) from  8:00pm to 10:00pm
Tickets: €13
Tickets will be available online closer to opening night. information.

The Harbour Playhouse – 30 Avenue Road, Dublin, Ireland

 Underground Cinema June Screening

Because you love films and love going to alternative events, you might be interested in the Underground Cinema June Screening. There is another fantastic selection of short Irish films for you this month. There is something there for everyone, comedies, thrillers, documentaries, dramas and horror. There are only two more screenings left to go before nominations will be announced for the 7th Underground Cinema Awards later this year.

Thursday (30.08) from 8:00 pm

Tickets: €6

Royal Marine Hotel Dun Laoghaire

Films of Note Music Film Festival Dublin 2016

If you, like me, think that films and music are a perfect combination, that is an event that you will love! A month long celebration of music films. Documentaries, live concerts, biopics and uncategorisable marvels. The programme features old classics, new favourites, and a few films that deserve a wider audience. With pop, hip-hop, rock, punk, R&B, jazz and soul on the bill there is something to suit everyone.

Hosted over the month of July in the Sugar Club – and there could not be a better setting for a festival of this nature – with a beautiful atmosphere, great food and drink offers with custom cocktails and pre-show DJs getting everyone in the mood. And the night doesn’t not have to end when the credits roll as there will be plenty of after-film antics and late night parties to keep the feeling alive!

Monday (04.07) – Friday (05.08) from 5:00 pm
The Sugar Club – 8 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin, Ireland D 2




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