Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Ethiopian Art Show
The Smock Alley Theatre opens its door to one of the most amazing exhibition. There will be over 100 unbelievable art works from all part of Ethiopia. Don’t miss to see these paintings! The exhibition will be open to the public.
Smock Alley Theatre
6-7 Exchange Street Lower Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland 8
The Curious Adventures of Pinocchio
I don’t think that there is anyone who doesn’t know Pinocchio. Everybody know Pinocchio, and let’s say almost everybody loves this story! Lyngo Theatre adapts Pinocchio into a unique retelling. I am looking forward to see it. To go this adventure before it is sold out, buy your tickets for this adventure well in time
15th of October, 12pm
Suitable for all ages!
€5 – €20
Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland D24
Time to take care of ourselves! On 15th of October, there will a mindfulness workshop at Yoga Sanctuary. Mindfulness is one of the way to improve your life quality. After learning how you can do it, life will be more easy for you at some point. For example, to calm, coping skills, emotional stability and mental wellness.
Pre-Booking Required, check this link if you are interested in this event:
unit 3, Bissett’s Loft, Strand Street, Malahide, Dublin, Ireland
The Impractical Jokers
Impractical Jokers stars Sal Vulcano, Joe Gatto, James “Murr” Murray and Brian “Q” Quinn head over for autumn shows. They’ve been doing it since they were kids and now they bring their antics to Dublin’s 3Arena stage, so don’t miss this opportunity to see the global superstars take on Irish audiences.
Check this link for tickets.
A.S. Fanning is a singer-songwriter from Dublin, Ireland, living in Berlin. A.S. takes inspiration from Ireland’s literary traditions, and, combined with an ear for psych-folk and alt-rock, he writes distinctive songs which make audiences fall under his spell.
On 13th of October
Whelan’s, 25 Wexford Street