There's A Disco Ball Brunch With Yoga Along The Grand Canal This Weekend

Disco BRUNCH? We're there!


Cancel your Sunday plans. We've got something even better for you to do that will banish all thoughts of the Sunday Fear.

Get ready for a disco day out in a former lock-keepers cottage on the bank of The Grand Canal in Dublin.

A new Sunday party group is throwing a 'daytime into evening party', where the focus is on the music and the atmosphere. The main dance floor is in the (covered!) courtyard, while the cottage and the garden are perfect for relaxing with a drink and having the chats.

For the CB Disco Ball, they're combining three of their favourite things: music, exercise and food.

***You don't have to do yoga if you don't want to!!***

You can choose how you want to party; book in for the whole hog from 1pm, arrive in time for brunch from 2pm, or just come dance from 4pm, it's up to you.

Option 1: Disco yoga, brunch and dancing (€30)

Join for a gentle disco yoga/stretch class from 1-2pm in the courtyard with an instructor and the CB Disco DJs on hand getting you warmed up.  

Option 2: Brunch and dancing (€25)

Join from 2pm for a delicious buffet brunch provided by Lock Six Café, with music by the CB Disco DJs. Always get food envy when your mate orders something different to you at brunch?

Lock 6 Café have dreamt up a delicious FOOD ENVY FREE brunch buffet for us to enjoy: pastries, scones, yoghurt and granola, smoked salmon, avocado toast, sausages, mini BLTs, and tea or coffee will all be available. 

Option 3: Just dancing! (€10)

Join from 4pm onwards for dancing. The courtyard will be transformed into a tropical dance floor where we can party the afternoon and evening away. They have a few surprises planned involving guest DJs, glitter and more. 

You'll finish up at about 10pm and then you can choose to continue the party in town, or go home fresh for work in the morning.

We think we'll go the whole hog and stay out... 

Check out more info on the event here. Sundays have never been so fun!

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