Not sure what to do for the weekend? Check out our top picks from a dose of Irish history to a disco fabulous brunch....
This photography exhibition profiling tattoo art and artists is running all week and finishing up on Sunday. Check it out on their Facebook page, the exhibition takes place in The Library Project in Temple Bar. The launch party tonight will include a DJ set by Bantum and drinks by Sailor Jerry Rum.
The Temple Bar Night Markets
Every Thursday of June, July and August this summer the Temple Bar Night Markets have been held featuring arts, crafts and entertainment. There's only a few left before they finish up for the year so head there tonight for a dose of culture.
Overheard, The Albatross
You may have already seen our interview with Joe Panama of Overheard, The Albatross on Tuesday but they will be holding a gig in Whelan's this Friday night with all proceeds going towards the International Red Cross and the Palestinian Red Crescent.
Vestibule by White Collar Boy
This Saturday a part of Vestibule On The Square - a contemporary sculpture festival in Merrion Square curated by Aoife Tunney - White Collar Boy have been invited to curate a day of music in response to the exhibition. Performers include: The Drifter, Matt Karmil, White Collar Boy, Twinkranes & Somerville. You can book your tickets here.
Heritage Week At The An Post Museum
An Post Museum is open for free this weekend as part of Heritage Week 2014. The An Post Museum is home to the exhibition called Letters, Lives and Liberty which will show An Post’s influence in Ireland over the years. Expect to see item’s such as An Post’s copy of the 1916 Proclamation and the story of the staff who were working in the GPO on Easter Monday. This is definitely worth visiting if you’re interested in Irish history or culture. You can book your free tickets here.
Sisterland Disco Brunch
This is definitely our cup of tea. This Sunday head to the Sisterland Disco Brunch. Cocktails will be whipped up by Lorcan Savage, a delicious brunch menu will be created The Sussex head chef Dave Coffey and after you can dance to the tunes of Brian Deady! Sounds like a Sunday well spent to us! You can book tickets here.