Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Dublin is one of the few major cities in the world where every member of the LGBTQ+ community and all their friends, allies and the general public can actually join in and march the parade route along with all the floats and registered groups.
They don’t want you just to watch them, They want you to join them!
From Stephen’s Green to Smithfield
“Hailing from Cork, Chris gave up his day job as an electrician to pursue comedy and man has it paid off – he’s ELECTRIC (Get it, was an electrician, electric…GAS!). Danny O’brien has played in every comedy club known to man and it’s because he captivates the audience and draws laughs like no other! “Who wants Comedy Silver or Comedy Bronze when you can get Comedy Gold!
Tickets from 26 €
From 19:00 to 23:00
4 Eden Quay, O’Connell Bridge, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 1
The National Wax Museum is hosting Teddy Bear’s Picnics in their Children’s Waxworld. It seems their teddy bears are a little bit mischievous and have began wandering all around the Museum so they need help to find them! Any child that helps find all the bears will receive a little treat at the end of the Museum.
Tickets from €10 to €39 (family ticket)
Wax Museum Plus
The Lafayette Building, 22-25 Westmoreland St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
The Dublin Blues Cartel formed about 4 years ago, after a long association. Their sets consist of radical reworkings of well known R’n’B standards which segue into lengthy improvisations that are one minute, blues jazz crescendo, the next a funk dervish, one minute a pyschedelic freak out, next a country boogie twist, the next a dark ascension of Wagnerian majesty. Don’t miss them!
25 Wexford St, Dublin, Ireland Dublin 2
Stagecraft Musical Group brings you on an epic journey through some of the most well loved musicals of our time with unforgettable scenes and songs from Matilda, Aladdin, High School Musical and Sister Act. A show which promises to entertain the entire family.
Tickets from €5
Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland D24