Get ready for a great weekend of racing as the Longines Irish Champions Weekend returns to Leopardstown and The Curragh, Ireland's two premier racecourses, on Saturday, 9 ans Sunday, 10 September respectively.
Longines Irish Champions Weekend
Smock Alley celebrate their fifth birthday since re-opening as a theatre with a staging of The Rivals - a hilarious comedy of manners that has entertained audiences for almost 250 years. The show runs from 31 July until 2 September and is a fitting way to celebrate this grand old theatre as writer Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s father Thomas was once the actor/manager of the original Smock Alley Theatre and this will be the first time the play has graced the Smock Alley stage since the 1700s.
The National Gallery of Ireland
A statue for Bill Clinton
At the O'Reilly Theatre
Composed by Bill Whelan, produced by Moya Doherty and directed by John McColgan, Riverdance has come a long way since it started out as an interval act during the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest.
Comedy Film Festival
The Doolin craft beer & roots festival
Great Irish Writers