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

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

20 Apr 2017

Stuck for something to do this weekend?! Don't be, our Snapchat pal James Kavanagh has your 5 best things to do in Dublin every week on SPIN Talk. Here's what you can do this weekend:

1) TED Talks @ Omniplex Cinemas 

So you've probably come across TED Talk clips on YouTube or Facebook. They are usually clips from amazing talks that challenge climate change, government, sexism, equality etc. WELL, if these kinda talks tickle your fancy, Omniplex is bringing them to their cinemas for you to fully indulge in. The topics are always deadly, so you'll be guaranteed a good 150mins of juicy watching. More info: https://www.omniplex.ie/whatson/movie/ted2017-ted-prize-event
 

2) Sumo Run, Marlay Park, Sunday @ 12pm

If you fancy donning a sumo suit (WHICH YOU GET TO KEEP - AMAZING) and running 5k for a good cause, then listen up! 100% of the entry fee goes to the work of Purple House Cancer Support Centre which provide services for families affected by Cancer in Ireland.  The services provided include counselling, practical support and a range of programmes for both children and adults affected by Cancer. Each participant will receive their own sumo suit, which is theirs to keep, there is also sumo yoga before the main Sumo Run, which is sure to attract a lot of attention. Register here: http://sumorun.ie/
 

3) Beanz Meanz Heinz Cafe, Monday - Sunday, Wicklow Street  

Do you have a penchant/ guilty pleasure for beans on toast? Do you sometimes wish there was a haven in which you order just this? From Monday 24th to Sunday April 30th, there'll be a cafe dedicated to making your dreams come true. It'll open from Monday to Tuesday 8am-6pm, Wednesday to Saturday 8am-7pm and Sunday 12pm-3.30pm. For updates on how to pre book your place go here: https://www.facebook.com/heinzireland/
 

4) Float, Slí Beatha Float House

I've stated floating. This basically involves getting into a spaceship-esque pod, filled with heavily salted water. You float in it, senses deprived, for about an hour. It's very odd, but supposed to be amazing for the mind and body aches. American basketball players swear by it when recovering from injuries. A new one has just opened in Naas and it's gorgeous. If you fancy something v different this weekend, go float! It's also amazing for hangovers. More info: https://www.facebook.com/SliBeathaFloatHouse/
 

5) Trill @ Tengu, Friday 

If you're yearning to tear up a dance-floor, this is what you be needin'. 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. Get yo'self on the cheaplist here: https://www.facebook.com/TrillDublin/?pnref=story
 
 

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