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

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

9 Mar 2017

SO much going down in Dublin this weekend, Snapchat Star James Kavanagh has picked the BEST five for you!

1) Trill @ Tengu, Friday  

Trill is Dublin’s newest Hip-Hop party serving up some of the most ghetto fabulous, a$$ shakin, diamond earring and bootie shakin’ jams. Need I say more? Go party with them on Friday in Tengu. Inaugural event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/418626288484381/

2) Career Zoo @ The Convention Centre, Saturday 

Career Zoo is where the world’s most innovative employers meet Ireland’s smartest talent. At Career Zoo you can: Meet leading employers hiring now for professional jobs in Ireland – in areas like IT, engineering, finance, pharmaceuticals, sales, multilingual positions and professional services. Talk to companies that are reinventing how we work and get an insider’s view of some of the world’s most innovative organisations – their cultures, careers and technologies. Attend panel discussions and tech workshops with industry leaders on topics like: Artificial Intelligence, FinTech and Deep Data to Personal Robotics and Gene Therapy. Digitally share your CV with the employers using our smart badging system AND MORE. More info: http://www.careerzoo.ie/
 
 

3) Shape The Future @ NCAD 

The NCAD Gallery is exhibiting Shape the Future, an exhibition of new work by twenty of Ireland’s most exciting and creative designer makers who have been awarded Future Makers prizes and development funding in the last seven years. Working across Fashion, Jewellery, Accessories, Textiles, Furniture, Product, Glass, Ceramics and Leather; each of the twenty maker designers are creating new work in response to the exhibition thematic. And it's free! More info: http://www.ncad.ie/gallery-event/view/shape-the-future
 
 
 

4) Werk @ The Science Gallery, Saturday 

Are robots gonna take over the world?! Science Gallery presents WERK*: a one-day careers event for Transition Year and Senior Cycle secondary school students, which aims to explore the jobs of the future, the varied pathways to what may not have even been deemed ‘success’ in our parents’ time, the reasons to take a risk, the learning curve of failure, and the inspiration to make a difference in the world. Tickets are free, more info: https://dublin.sciencegallery.com/events/2017/02/werk
 
 

5) Secret Screenings @ Rathmines Omniplex, Monday  

This sounds unreal and perfect for movie buffs. Secret Screenings will give movie fans the chance to see a major new film before anyone else, but like every good plot, there is a twist.  Movie goers will be comfortably seated with treats in hand before the film itself is revealed as the opening credits start to roll.
While Secret Screenings will remain a mystery until the lights go down,  it’s not all cloak and dagger as Omniplex give members advance notice on the genre. More info & tickets: https://www.omniplex.ie/
 
 
 

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