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Updated – 25th Oct 2013.

spirespireDublin Festival Season

1st September 2013 – 31st October 2013

Venue: Dublin

Website: www.dublinfestivalseason.com

An explosion of festivals and events celebrating everything from arts, architecture, music, film, to food, beer, fashion, sport theatre and literature.


Dine in Dublin Restaurant Week

21st October 2013 – 27th October 2013

Venue: Dublin

Website: www.dineindublin.ie

This week-long event is designed to promote city centre dining and showcases offerings of city centre eateries through excellent value meals, specials offers, and great events.



BRAM STOKER FESTIVAL

26th October - 28th October 2013

Venue: Dublin

Website: http://www.bramstokerfestival.com/

A quote from the organisers says, “Dublin city centre will come alive with free pop-up performances of spine-chilling street theatre and sinister sounds, a city-wide Vampire Hunt for families and friends, spooky movies in the open-air, blood curdling literary happenings, terrifying theatre, walks & talks, and a very special event will take place in the spectacular surrounds of Dublin Castle.”



Samhain

27th October 2013

Venue: Marlay Park

Website: www.dlrevents.ie/samhain13.html

Billed as the spookiest event of the year so it’s the time of the year for scary dress in your ghouliest Halloween outfit and join the “dlrevents demons” for the Samhain Haunted Forest Walk.



Dublin Marathon

28th October 2013

Venue: Dublin

Website: dublinmarathon.ie

This is the 34th year of the Dublin Marathon which is run through the capital's historic Georgian streets and its outstanding Phoenix Park. Since Dublin is only an hour or two by air from most UK and European cities, a large number of the expected entry of 14,500 will be made up of overseas runners.



Dublin Book Festival 2013

14th November 2013 – 17th November 2013

Venue: Smock Alley Theatre

Website: www.dublinbookfestival.com

This year's Dublin Book Festival which is almost entirely free includes readings, interviews, debates, book launches and workshops for adults, children and schools. All the events take place in and around Smock Alley Theatre which was, throughout the eighteenth century, home to printers and publishers.

Since the Book Festival celebrates Irish publishing and Irish-published authors, it is very fitting they should return to this area.



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