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5 Deadly Things To Do In Dublin This Week

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We know how tempting it is to go into hibernation from Monday to Friday but it would be a mistake, as you’d miss some of the best events going on in Dublin.

There’s a host of weird, wild and wondering gatherings taking place in our fair city each week and we’ve made it our mission to make sure that you’re aware of them.

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Our favourite foodie haven is back, with a whole new list of tasty vendors for ya! One that immediately caught our eye was the Bubble Waffle, which consists of a large waffle filled with fruit, cream and tons of yummy stuff. We want to try one NOW.

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Thriller Live at The Gaiety Theatre

What better way to shake up the week than with a celebration of the King Of Pop? This show has been running at the West End for eight years but for this week only, you can check it out without leaving the city centre. Tickets start from €45 and are available here.

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No Assembly Required at The Sugar Club

The 8th Amendment is at the forefront of everyone’s mind this week, with the Strike For Repeal going ahead on Wednesday. If you fancy keeping the discussion going, check out this event.

Tara Flynn will host a night of comedy, music, performance, and other exciting surprises to benefit the Abortion Rights Campaign. Tickets are €15 and all the info you need is here.

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Mr Scruff at The Button Factory

The renowned DJ will perform a five-hour set, bringing together elements of jazz, soul, hip hop, funk and disco with deep house, reggae, dubstep, Afrobeat, Latin and electrofunk.

Tickets are €20 and available from Ticketmaster.

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The Mistress Of The Mantle at The MART Gallery

Need some more culture in your life? This exhibition of video, photography and performance works focuses on artist Katherine Nolan’s return home after living in the UK for 10 years. 

It runs until the end of the month and is open from 1pm to 6pm, Tues to Sat.

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We realise that it’s pretty horrible outside but trust us, braving the wind and rain is worth it if you’re heading to great events like these.

Nobody wants to be out on the batter on a weeknight but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a bit of craic.

Here are a few events that we would highly recommend hitting up…

Curve Your Enthusiasm Quiz Night 

No More Static is a new BYOB screening and quiz night at Filmbase in Temple Bar and this week’s topic of choice is Larry David’s brilliant Curb Your Enthusiasm

It’s on tomorrow night, Wed 1 March, and there’ll be a screening of a few episodes of the show, followed by the ultimate CYE quiz. Tickets are very reasonably priced at €5 (€20 for table of four).

Few cans in your bag and you have a great night out for less than a tenner. 

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Lovin Dublin Food & Drink Trail

Like your food and your beer? You’re going to love our latest event. We’ve teamed up with Franciscan Well for the ultimate foodie night out

You’ll hit some of Dublin’s most popular venues and sample different dishes in each, washing them down with a perfectly paired Franciscan Well beer. It all kicks off this Saturday and tickets are priced at €35.

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George Best At The IFI

George Best: All By Himself is showing at the IFI this week and gives a fascinating insight into one of football’s most legendary characters. There are screenings on Wed 1 March (1.45pm/6.10pm) and Thursday 2 March (1.20pm/9.10pm) and tickets are €9.50.

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I Have A Tribe at Whelan’s Live

Checking out a gig is one of our favourite activities and the brilliant I Have A Tribe aka Patrick O’Laoghaire is definitely worth the trip. If you like folk/pop, you’ll love this. The gig is on Friday 3 March and tickets are €15.

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Scene & Heard at Smock Alley

This great festival showcases new work across comedy, theatre and dance so you’re bound to find something that takes your fancy. You’ll find the full line-up here.

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