James Kavanagh's 5 Best Things To Do in Dublin!

James Kavanagh's 5 Best Things To Do in Dublin!
Sharron Lynskey
Sharron Lynskey

1 Feb 2018

 
1) Ireland's Got Mór Talent, Saturday @ 9pm 
I'm popping my TV presenting cherry! Our show is straight after the main (Ireland's Got Talent) show on TV3. It'll be a gas behind the scenes look at the judges and acts. Tune in and cheer me on! (plz) http://www.tv3.ie/
 
 
2) If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You @ Project Arts Centre (ends this Saturday) 
 
This play tells the story of Mikey and Casey. These two young men are ready to hit the town on Halloween night, with a booty of drugs and booze in town. The only problem is, they’re stuck on the roof, waiting for the guards to drive away. As they wait, they start to talk and, before long, harsh home truths slowly emerge. If you’re looking to experience original theatre that's both heartfelt and raucous, If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You is exactly what you’ve been looking for. More info: https://projectartscentre.ie/event/got-cocaine-show-love/
 
 
3) SelfMade, Friday @ Third Space
The first SelfMade event will be an evening of artwork, acoustic performance, discussion, and zines focusing on the experiences of eight Irish female-fronted acts who are making waves in the music industry. Women are under-represented at all levels in music, and we want to use our first event as a platform to hear from women who have pushed beyond this barrier. We know their stories and experiences will be valuable to people of all genders. More info: https://www.selfmadedublin.com/
 
 
4) Dublin Racing Festival, Saturday & Sunday @ Leopardstown 
This inaugural National Hunt weekend places two iconic races – The BHP Insurance Irish Champion Hurdle and The Unibet Irish Gold Cup together with a top quality suite of supporting races back-to-back on Saturday 3rd February and Sunday 4th February 2018 at Leopardstown. The launch was held at Dublin’s iconic landmark – the Guinness Storehouse and it was attended by well-known faces from the racing world including: Champion National Hunt Trainer – Willie Mullins, Noel Meade, Tony Martin, Tom Taaffe, Arthur Moore and jockey Ruby Walsh. More info: http://www.leopardstown.com/Dublin-Racing-Festival/
 
 
5) Subtitle Film Festival, Thursday - Sunday @ Pavilion Theatre 
A brand new partnership between Subtitle and Pavilion Theatre, bringing together a selection of European subtitled films that invite you to see cinema in a whole new way. For the festival's inaugural year, there'll be a cracking set of movies; some old, some new and some comedy classics. With a total of 15 films, there'll be something to offer all tastes. More info: http://www.paviliontheatre.ie/events/view/subtitle-film-festival