Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Milder winds have arrived and Dublin is buzzing with vibrant events that promise fun and entertainment for everyone during this bank holiday weekend.
This weekend will bring the beginning of the PhotoIreland Festival in its 10th anniversary with the exhibitions “The People of the Mud” and “The invention of Memory” at The Library Project and Rathfarnham Castle, respectively. Check out their website for more information about times and prices.
Venue: across Dublin
Time: Check exhibition’s locations.
Price: Most of them free, but may change depending on the exhibitor.
Our second recommended event is the Dublin Painting & Sketching Club Exhibition, this event will allow main young painters and graduates to exhibit their work, showcase their expressive paintings while many of us will have the change to purchase amazing works of emerging and established artists.
Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm
Woolapalooza is back at Airfield Estate, promising loads of fun, music, special events and more for the little ones. Don’t miss the chance to experience the Woolapalooza Sheep and Heritage Festival this bank holiday weekend.
Prices: From €5 to €12.
A Fabulous Market is returning this Saturday at The George Bar, be ready the see fabulous arts and craft from Irish Design, Markers and collectors. Free Entrance.
Times: 12:00 – 18:00
Last but not least, This is Dublin SKA festival will be happening this weekend at Whelan’s, the lineup is promising loads of good fun and amazing music. The prices go from €20 a each day to €35 for the weekend. For more information visit their webpage.
Venue: Whelan’s, 25 Wexford St.
Price:€20 one day or €35 the weekend