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

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

26 Oct 2017

This weeks round up of the best things to do in Dublin thanks to James Kavanagh!

1) Dundrum on Ice @ Dundrum Town Centre 

It's time to pirouette, spray some ice & channel your elegant self, because Dundrum on Ice returns! It's at the Pembroke District of Dundrum Town Centre tomorrow! Get into the Christmas season with an all new structure... To celebrate the return, they have limited number of early bird tickets available. Get your skates on! More info: http://dundrumonice.ie/

2) L'Ghouleton Halloween Party, Sunday @ l'Gueuleton

This is where I'll be on Sunday night - judging best dressed. So get your sexy spooky slutty outfits on and impressa me much. "Unleash your inner scary and come join us for spooktacular dress up party to celebrate the last Bank Holiday Weekend. Resident DJ's Robbie Kitt and Cian Murphy on the decks from 2200h til late. Best Costume Prizes on the night judged by the fabulous James Kavanagh. 1st Prize: An overnight stay in our beautifully refurbished Grafton Guesthouse. 2nd Prize: Dinner for 2 in our restaurant to the value of €100. 3rd Prize: Bottle of our house Prosecco." More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1790124321020575/

3) Metropolis 2017, Saturday & Sunday @ The RDS 

"We are back for our third chapter! Metropolis Festival is a unique indoor event, set in the stunning industrial warehouses and venues within the beautiful RDS complex. Right in the heart of Dublin, this is an urban festival not to be missed. This October Bank Holiday is shaping up to be one to remember. 2 days of amazing music, art installations, performance, and conversation and a bank holiday Monday to kick back and relax - you can't-do better than that!" More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1456406387755158

4) Tall Tales, Sunday @ Secret Location 

These events are always UNREAL. "With your ticket, you will receive entrance to our haunted boarding school to a fancy dress BYOB festival running from 10pm-5am on the 29th of October. With a Bus to and from the venue included in ticket (PICK UP AND DROP OFF FROM CUSTOM HOUSE QUAY DUBLIN 1)" More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/307894466302049


5) An evening with the founder of Wikipedia, tonight @ Trinity College 

"To celebrate Ireland’s third annual Internet Day, the IE Domain Registry (IEDR), the company that manages and maintains Ireland’s country domain name, .ie, will host an evening with Wikipedia founder, Jimmy Wales. Mr Wales, previously ranked as one of TIME Magazine’s most influential people in the world, founded the free encyclopaedia, Wikipedia, in 2001. Wikipedia is the fifth most visited website globally and counts half a billion unique visitors each month. At the event, Mr Wales will discuss the threats to online knowledge-sharing and his mission to combat the rise of ‘fake news’ with evidence-based journalism via his new site WikiTRIBUNE." Tickets: https://www.internetday.ie/book-your-ticket/