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Updated – March 1st 2013.

Spike DublinSpike DublinYeats’s Sketchbooks

2nd February 2013 – 5th May 2013

Venue: National Gallery of Ireland


This exhibition will feature a selection of Jack B. Yeats’s sketchbooks covering 50 years of the artist’s career.

Spring Activity Sheet- Spring In To Action!

5th February 2013 – 31st March 2013

Venue: National Museum of Ireland - Natural History


Spring is on the way so why not drop in to the Museum and try its Spring Activity Trail. Copies of the activity sheet trail are available at the stand in the Irish Room. Remember, don’t forget your pencil!


22nd February 2013 – 9th March 2013

Venue: Gaiety Theatre


This is the European premiere of John Tiffany’s production, Once, winner of eight 2012 Tony awards including Best New Musical.

Olympic Champion Katie Taylor returns to the ring on Sunday, February 24th and Friday 22nd March at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.

Dine in Dublin in March

25th February 2013 – 3rd March 2013

Venue: Dublin


This bi-annual event brought to you by, is back again on Monday 25th of February to Sunday 3rd of March to celebrate the fantastic food offering in Dublin’s city centre.


25th February 2013 – 23rd March 2013

Venue: Bewley’s Cafe Theatre


The Invisible World of the Middle-aged Woman! A new play written and performed by Maria McDermottroe and Marion O’Dwyer


13th March 2013 – 18th March 2013

Venue: Dublin


Thousands are expected to visit Irishfest (formerly known as the Irish Craft Beer Festival), which will showcase Ireland's finest craft beer, traditional live-music, and artisan food. The festival will be held on the platform at George's Dock in the IFSC, all under one roof!

St. Patrick's Festival

14th March 2013 – 18th March 2013

Venue: Dublin


Yes it’s that time of year again and the 2013 St. Patrick's Festival is being billed as the biggest yet!

All-Ireland Senior Club Championship Finals

17th March 2013

Venue: Croke Park Stadium, Dublin


Both Gaelic football & hurling finals will take place in the GAA's (Gaelic Athletic Association) national stadium.

So visit Dublin and experience all that it has to offer.

If you would like a listing on the event calendar for Dublin events then drop me a line. The listing is updated every week.

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