Looking for something to do this weekend?
Look no further.
We’ve got just the things (eight things, in fact) for you to get stuck into to enjoy if the weather is good, or even if its bad.
We’ve tried to cover most tastes here, in an attempt to have something to suit everyone’s palate.
1. Tola Vintage Kilo Sale
Exactly what it says on the tin.
Popular Temple Bar vintage shop, Tola Vintage, are hosting a sale in where you fill your trolley, weight it, and pay per kg.
Check out the Facebook event right here for more details.
2. Humans Need Not Apply, Science Gallery
Artificial intelligence is one of the most interesting developments of our time and this free exhibition at the Science Gallery asks the question: ‘In an automated world, will it be time to put humans out to pasture?’.
The deadly exhibition runs until May 21 but is closed on Mondays – find out more here.
3. Real Bodies @ The Ambassador
This stunning new exhibition explores the human body through physiology, culture and emotion.
The extremely powerful exhibition explores life by displaying real, 14 perfectly preserved human bodies and more than 200 anatomical specimens.
Interested? Get your tickets here.
4. Mano le Tough @ District 8
Mano Le Tough aka Niall Mannion will be playing District 8 all night long, providing deadly tunes and whopper buzzes all ’round.
Mano has performed some of the most memorable sets at District 8 over the past few years and this open to close set will be no different.
Fore more info on the event itself, click right here.
5. Booka Brass Band @ The Sugar Club
Booka Brass Band are one of Ireland’s most exciting acts right now, and they’ll be bringing their unique vibes to one of Dublin’s best venues tonight in Dublin city centre.
Tickets are going at €17.50 and can be bought here
6. House of Peroni: La Primavera
The House Of Peroni Presents: La Primavera will open in Temple Bar on Thursday 30 and Friday 31 March and aims to let people “savour the flavours of Italy in the spring”.
Sounds delish, right?
Entry is free and the pop-up will run from 7pm – 10pm on Thursday night and between midday and 10pm on Friday.
7. Ladurée Afternoon Tea @ Arnotts
Luxury macaron brand Ladurée will be setting up shop in Arnotts for a limited time offer of their elegant Ladurée Afternoon Tea to be served at the retailer’s Clodagh’s Kitchen from now until April 15.
The menu combines everything you’d possibly expect from Afternoon Tea, like finger sandwiches along with an assortment of their world-famous pâtisserie, freshly baked financier and madeleine cakes, and of course, Ladurée’s iconic mini macarons.
As well as the treats mentioned above, customers will also get the chance to enjoy a choice of fine teas or coffee, or even some bubbly, if you’re feeling fancy-free.
The Ladurée Afternoon Tea for two people will be available from Monday – Sunday until April 9 for €45, or with a glass of bubbly for €60.
8. And finally, Bushy Park Market
It is with great delight that we can announce the return of everyone’s favourite farmer’s market; Bushy Park Market (formerly Terenure Village Market). The market kicked off things last weekend, but is fully back into the swing of things as of this weekend.
The market runs every Saturday from now until October between 11am – 4pm.