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7 Deadly Things That Are Going On This Week In Dublin

By katedemolder

May 25, 2017 at 2:11pm


It's about that time of the week where we start thinking about how we're going to spend our weekend. 

Whether it's letting loose on a dancefloor, spending all your payday wages or getting stick into some divine culture - you name it, we've covered it. 

Now all you have to do is choose... 

1. Stylesoko Sample Sale

Stylesoko is a deadly brand based around ordinary wear, with an Asian fusion - and it's having a whopper sample sale this weekend. 

There'll be models, and music, and it's being hosted in the Kung Fu Club in the Chocolate Factory from 12pm - 4pm. Tickets however are limited, so to bag yourself one or to find out more info - click right here

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2. Summer Nights BBQ at Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo will once again be opening its doors to a limited number of people from 6.30pm ‘til 11:30pm this Saturday evening for their famous Summer Nights BBQ. 

Attendees will be able to experience the night sights and sounds of Dublin Zoo, enjoy an exclusive after-hours tour and special keeper talks, followed by a BBQ and live music.

Keen? Buy tickets right here, and remember that this event is strictly over 18s. 

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3. Nasty Women 

Nasty Women is a night of live music inspired by 19-year-old Nina Donovan's powerful spoken word piece/poem in The Workman's Club this Sunday evening. 

Tired of racism, homophobia, sexism, fraud, ignorance, misogyny and blatant disrespect aimed at women in her America; Donovan’s poem ‘Nasty Women’ was then performed as a speech at the Women’s March in Washington by Ashley Judd as a stamp of resistance against the new leader of their country. 

Tickets and more info can be found here

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4. Drag Brunch @ Bow Lane

Wanna get a little glam this weekend while chowing down on some eggs?

Well you're in luck, cause Bow Lane's Drag Brunch is back again this weekend with DJ Davina Devine on the decks. It's a wild ride, trust us. 


Book online right here

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5. An Audience with John Cleese

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is proud to present ''Why There is No Hope", an evening of stories and anecdotes with the legendary John Cleese.

This is an intimate once in a lifetime event, pairing beautifully both John Cleese's versatile comedic timing and his shrewd business mind.  

Limited tickets can be picked up right here

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6. Taco Taco R'n'B and Hip Hop party

Taco Taco's R'n'B and Hip Hop party is back this Saturday, May 27th from 11pm.

Expect everything from Beyonce to Tupac and En Vogue to Kanye. Entry is free, and dancing goes on until late. But get on down early, as this will fill up real quick like. 

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7. 2017 May Dublin Flea Market

Good news for vintage clothes fanatics - as the Dublin Flea is back. A bizarre bazaar of vintage clothing, bric-a-brac and what nots - this haven of finds kicks off this Sunday at 11am at the Dublin Food Co-op, The Green Door Market, and on the square at Newmarket, Dublin 8.

However, before making arrangements, they do ask:

''Please come by foot, bike or bus - less fumes, less parking stress, more fun.''

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Sure there you have it - absolutely loads to get stuck into. 

Where'll you end up? Let us know in the comments. 

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