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If there is one universal truth we can all agree on, it’s that Christmas is all about children.

Simply put, December is nothing short of purely magical for the little’uns in your life.

While you may love the festive season with every fibre of your being, there’s no denying that the magic dulls somewhat the older you get.

If you’re in the business of fighting this hard fact tooth and nail, why not treat yourself and the smallies in your family to some stunning Christmas events?

While recapturing the magic for yourself, you’ll be providing the little people in your life with a whole host of memories.

Take a look at these…

Santa’s Journey

Take a journey by train through the foothills of the Wicklow mountains, and be sure to stop off at Santa’s Runway, The Talking Trees, Candy Cane Land, and Elves Village.

Warm up with hot drinks and festive treats at the Winter Lodge Café before getting your letters stamped personally by the Big Mans’s team of adorable elves.

Santa’s House Express

Taking place at the 5 Star Palmerstown House Estate, you and the little ones will receive a boarding pass which will allow you to board an enchanting Christmas train and embark on a stunning festive journey.

You will depart from the grounds of Palmerstown Estate and take in the sights and sounds until you reach Santa Claus in his magical manor.

Christmas at Castlecomber Discovery Park

From visiting Mrs Claus in her igloo home to taking part in the elves’ Art Workshop, this is one Christmas event which really captures the magic of the season.

This Christmas wonderland, which is located in the heart of the woodlands, is an absolute must-see.



At last! 

The long weekend is just around the corner and with so many amazing events due to take place around the country, staying in is not an option. 

Here are our top five picks.

GAZE LGBT Film Festival 2017

Celebrating the best of LGBT storytelling the 25th annual GAZE LGBT film festival kicks off at the Light House Cinema with a 7:00pm Gala followed by a screening of The 34th – The Story of Marriage Equality in Ireland.

The festival will run right across the Bank Holiday weekend (August 3 – 7), showcasing a whole host of Irish and international films, as well as discussions, walking tours of Dublin and after parties.

For more information about tickets and screen times, click here.

Galway races

The Galway races have earned their place in the calendars of some of the most stylish ladies in the country, and it's not hard to see why.

Now in its fifth year, ‘Friday’s Fair Lady Competition’ celebrates the best of Irish style, with an emphasis on how the complete look is put together as opposed to where it's from.

Renowned racing fashion expert Marietta Doran will be joined on the judging panel by Snapchat Sensation, Doireann Garrihy, and Jane Swarbrigg, Managing Director of Inglot.

But don't worry if you can't make it for Ladie's Day. The festival will run until Sunday August 6.

Admission prices vary on each day, but you can find more information about tickets and race times here.


The Dun Laoghaire music festival returns with a bang this Bank Holiday weekend with Air and Mark Ronson set to headline.

But Beatyard isn't all about the music. Festival-goers will be able to grab a bite at over 50 food stalls, take a stroll around the pop-up markets and even participate in a number of workshops, talks and demos taking place over the weekend.

Weekend (€89.00) and single day (€59.00) tickets are available here.

Happenings presents: Dirty Dancing in Merrion square

This Friday, August 4, Happenings, in association with 7UP Free will transform Merrion Square, Dublin 2, into a spectacular outdoor cinema for a special 30th anniversary screening of Dirty Dancing.

So, grab the girls, pack a picnic, and settle in under the stars to celebrated this Hollywood classic in all its 80s nostalgic glory.

It all kicks of at 8:30pm but early arrival is advised to get the best seats in the house!

Tickets are priced at €5.80 and are available to book here.

POCO pop-up shop

Cork fashion lovers listen up!

Pippa O'Connor is bringing her signature denim collection to Cork City this weekend, and if the success of her previous pop-up shops are anything to go by, the new store is sure to be a hit with customers down south.

The pop-up will open in the Mahon Point Shopping Centre in Cork city on August 4.

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At last!

The weekend has finally arrived and with so much happening around town over the coming days, staying in is not an option.

Here's our top picks. 

The Comedy Crunch – Eric Lalor & Alison Spittle

Laugh away those pre-Monday blues in the downstairs bar at The Stags Head this Sunday.

Host Colm McGlinchey, will be joined by a whole host of hilarious comics including, Alison Spittle , Paul Marsh and Danny O'Brien.

Doors open at 8.15pm and entry is free.

Oh, and did we forget to mention, there's FREE ice-cream.

Here's a little example of what to expect at The Crunch.


Harry Potter Quiz Night

Calling all honorary witches and wizards! 

Put your magical knowledge to the test at this Harry Potter quiz night in aid of Focus Ireland at Fibber Magee's on Parnell Street, this Sunday, July 2. 

Tables of up to 5 people are €50 must be pre booked in advance here.

There will be special offers on food and drink, a mini Harry Potter market, and Harry Potter themed games on the night.

So, gather your ultimate HP squad and deck yourself out in the house colours – it's for a great cause. 


Spanish Music And Wine with Su Garrido Pombo

Ok, so one isn't technically at the weekend, but hey, not everyone works Monday to Friday. 

Sit back and relax with a glass of vino this Tuesday evening as Spanish composer and musician , Su Garrido Pombo brings her unique musical fusion to Instiuto Cervantes, Lincoln House, Dublin 2.

Originally from Vigo, Su has prepared a dynamic setlist of her original compositions, traditional songs and covers.

Her works have gained international recognition, with awards in the MAPFRE Viveparacumplirlo nd the Gzrea national music competition.

In 2013 she moved to Dublin to pursue a solo career touring around Ireland.

The candlelit evening kicks off at 7.00pm on July 4 and tickets are €5.00 (includes glass of wine).

Register your interest by mailing – bookings.dublin@cervantes.es.

Photo credit – Finn Richards

Pets in the Park

This Sunday, July 2, Blanchardstown will be transformed into a pet lovers paradise as a huge variety of fluffy friends take over the grounds of Millenium Park.

Animal lovers can expect a range of stalls offering great deals on pet accessories, grooming products, toys and novelty items as well as the opportunity to avail of micro-chipping and veterinary advice from the DSPCA.

The DSPCA King of Paws Training Team will also host Dog Agility Workshops, where members of the public are invited sign up their own four-legged friends.

Pets in the Park kicks off at 12.00pm on July 2 and entry is free.  



Last week, DublinTown announced the launch of its brand new website, UniqueToDublin.ie – a site which celebrates all the things that make Ireland's capital city a truly unique place to live, work and visit.

The site is aimed at people who wish to discover the events, people and places that make Dublin such a vibrant destination.

It offers a fresh guide to some of the city's lesser known spots meaning it is perfect for both Dubliners and visitors alike.

A selection of key influencers and familiar faces behind well-known Dublin institutions also lent their support to the campaign by appearing in a series of videos and revealing what they feel makes Dublin unique – James Patrice, 98FM’s Big Breakfast Presenters Cooper and Luke, Thomas Smith of Grogans and Paul Byrne of BodyByrne Fitness to name just a few. 

Richard Guiney, Chief Executive Officer of DublinTown commented: “Dublin is a truly unique city without parrellel anywhere else in the world.  I love getting out meeting with the owner managers of some of the most interesting and diverse stores, restaurants, bars and cafes."

"We have so much to be proud of in Dublin but we sometimes take our great characters and attractions for granted. We invite Dubliners and our visitors to rediscover this great city.

“Through UniqueToDublin.ie, we want to shout from the rooftops about everything that makes our city so special and we hope that you will join us in spreading the word by sharing your favourite spots with #UniqueToDublin.”

To celebrate the launch of UniqueToDublin, Dublin photographer Evan Doherty created special collection of prints encapsulating the people behind the businesses that are unique to the city.

The photography exhibition goes on tour in key locations across Dublin later this month

For further information, visit www.UniqueToDublin.ie, www.Twitter.com/DublinTown, or www.Facebook.com/DublinTown.ie


It it just us or did this feel like the longest week ever? 

Either way, that doesn't matter now because the weekend has finally arrived. (yay!)

With so much happening around town this Saturday and Sunday, staying in is not an option.

Here's our top five picks. 

Dermot and Dave – Ah Sure Look It

Ireland's favourite radio duo, Dermot Whelan and Dave Moore, bring their hit comedy tour to Dublin's Vicar Street this Saturday May 27. 

The Today FM presenters debuted the show at the Cork Comedy Festival last September, where it was met with glowing reviews.

The pair have since brought the show up and down the country and are set to finish with a bang this weekend in front of the Dublin crown.

When asked what we can expect from the stand up performance, Dermot said: 

“Imagine a bonkers radio show that grows legs and arms and a head and starts firing out craic and waving its arms like an angry King Kong in that movie. Not even close.”

We like the sound of that.

The show kicks off at 8.00pm and a limited number of tickets (€29.00) are still available from Ticketmaster

The House Of Peroni 2017

Foodies! This one's for you.

A little taste of Italy is coming to the rooftop of 1 Dame Lane, offering guests a fresh take on contemporary Italian cuisine along with some of the best views in the city. 

The House of Peroni will run from Thursday May 25 to Sunday June 4 and is open to the public every evening between 5.00pm and midnight. 

Over 18s only – no booking is required. For more information click here

Smartphone Photography workshop with Brendan Ó Sé

Are you a budding photographer but can't afford the expensive kit? 

This smart phone camera workshop could be for you.

Running from Saturday May 27 – Saturday June 3, this hands-on workshop led by awarding-winning Photographer Brendan Ó Sé will show you how to get the absolute best out of your smart phone camera.

All you need is a smart phone, a pen and some paper (for note-taking of course).

The courses take place in the Gallery of Photography's Light Room, and you can book a place by calling (01) 671 4654.

The 90's Mixtape – In Aid of The Irish Cancer Society

Get ready to be taken back to the days of Spice Girls and chunky hair bands. 

The Mercantile are hosting a night of nineties acoustic throwbacks and original music and it's all in aid of the Irish Cancer Society

Doors open at 7.00pm and tickets (€10/€12) are available here


Jeff Dunham – Perfectly Unbalanced Tour 2017

Jeff Dunham, the International and critically acclaimed comedian/ventriloquist comes to Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 May.

Fans can expect a hilarious show featuring Jeff along with a whole host of the comics famous puppet pals. 

Tickets are €49.65 and are still available for both nights from Ticketmaster and Bord Gáis Energy Theatre. 



Since the glorious weather has well and truly hit Ireland, there's no better time than now to go out and have some fun.

And while the day can be spent sitting on a rooftop terrace knocking back prosecco, the night is for activities, and Galway is flooded with them this weekend.

From comedy shows, a street club, house parties and a burlesque fest, here are seven events on in Galway City. starting from tonight:

Tonight – May 25

Foil Arms and Hog: Doomdah'

The gas comedy trio are taking their sell-out show, Doomdah', to Galway. Taking place in the Town Hall Theatre, tickets are €20.

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Tonight – May 25


This house party is taking place one last time tonight. "Round up your pals. Have a can in the shower. Leave the naggin at home. Look deadly. Be sound," says its website. Tickets are €5.

Friday – May 26

Delorean 80s Live in Halo

For fans of Queen, Prince and Depeche Mode, this event is for you. Taking place in Halo nightclub, get ready to dance the night away for FREE.

Friday – May 26

Galway Street Club

Top buskers are returning to Galway and they’re playing in the Róisín Dubh. With shows on Shop Street at 5pm and 9pm, it'll be a fab summer evening. Tickets are €5.

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Friday – May 26 – 28

Galway Burlesque Festival

From workshops to showcases, the Galway Burlesque Festival will give you a treat this weekend. For VIP or day passes, check out here.

Saturday – May 27

The Rubberbandits

Yes, the lads are heading to Galway for a "very rowdy" comedy show. Taking place in the Róisín Dubh, tickets are €22.50.

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Sunday – May 28

John Conneely Inc.

If you're into Jazz and the Blues, this event is for you. John will take to the stage to play some classics as well as his original material. Tickets are €5.

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At last!

The weekend has finally arrived and with so much happening around town this Saturday and Sunday, staying in is not an option.

Here's our top five picks. 

Arnotts Warehouse Sale 

Is your living space in desperate need of a little TLC?

Get yourself down to the Arnotts warehouse sale this weekend. 

The much loved sale is back and it's bigger and better than ever.

Shoppers can expect massive discounts of up to 70 per cent off a huge range of home, electrical and beauty products, including branded bedlinen, designer rugs and the Elizabeth Arden Beauty range.

The sale will take place on Saturday May 20 and Sunday May 21 in the National Show Centre, Stockhole Lane, Cloghran in Swords, Co. Dublin.

LaLa Land at The Sugar Club

Musical lovers, this one's for you.

Grab the girls and head to The Sugar Club this Sunday night for a special screening of the (almost) Oscar winning La La Land. 

Wine, cocktails, pizza and Ryan Gosling – what's not to love?

The show stars at 8pm, Sunday May 21, and tickets are €12.50 ( includes free Gourmet Popcorn Serving). 

Docklands Summer Fest 

The Docklands Summer Festival is an energetic outdoor lifestyle event that attracts young professional and families alike with a programme packed full of entertainment on both land and water. 

Wakeboarding, raft Races, and the docklands world famous rubber ducky race (omg) are just some of the fun-filled events due to take place across the weekend.

As well as that, festival goers can expect to find their favourite funfair attractions along with food and craft markets all in the an incrediblly positive atmosphere along the Grand Canal Dock.

This is a free event organised by Waterways Ireland and The Docklands Business Forum and supported by Dublin City Council.

You can find more information here

Yeslita! Bottomless Brunch


Gearing up for our opening weekend. We're so excited to open our doors tonight and welcome you all to NoLIta

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It's been two years since Ireland voted 'YES' to marriage equality and to celebrate NoLIta will host a bottomless bunch while pumping out the ultimate pop playlist.

Three sittings will take place across the day with the first kicking off at 12 pm.

Booking is essential, so click here to avoid disappointment. 

50th Anniversary of David Bowie's debut album w/ The London Boys

Calling all Bowie fans. 

Following their debut performance at the Dublin Bowie festival in January, The London Boys return to The Grand Social this Saturday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of David Bowie’s first album. 

Doors open at 8:00pm and admission is €12.00.

Click here for more information.  




The long weekend is just around the corner and with so many amazing events due to take place around Dublin, staying in is not an option. 

Here are our top five picks.

Ebow Gallery – ‘Bowie by Duffy’ photography show

Calling all Bowie fans, this one’s for you.

The Ebow gallery will open its doors to the public this Saturday for their first show in five years.

Bowie by Duffy has been described as ‘A celebration of the dynamic relationship between two of the century’s greatest artistic innovators.’

The show gives an insight into the relationship between photographer Brian Duffy and David Bowie. Brian snapped many iconic photos of the legendary artist, including the Aladdin Sane album cover.

Curated by Brian’s son, Chris Duffy, the show features a host of rare and previously unreleased images

Bowie by Duffy will run for three weeks in the Ebow gallery Castle Street, Dublin 2, and entry is free.

You can find more information about the event here.

Cruinniú na Cásca

A nationwide arts and culture festival is coming to Ireland this Easter Monday and it's completely free. 

Cruinniú na Cásca, a Creative Ireland initiative is a free public event, taking place in cities and town across the country on Easter Monday.

Four zones across Dublin’s city centre will come alive between 11am and 6pm with celebrations of contemporary culture and creativity through live music, art workshops, talks and tastings.

Some highlights of festival include live performances from The Academic and Jack O’Rourke in Smithfield square along with special screenings of The Young Offenders and Room in the Lighthouse Cinema.

But if that's not your thing why not try a slam poetry workshop, learn how to DJ with RTÉ Pulse or stop by the science gallery and meet their pet robot?

Although all the music, performance and orchestral events are free of charge, event organisers recommend the talks, film-screenings, workshops be pre-booked to avoid disappointment. 

You can find more information about this nationwide festival here

Film fatale events – Masquerade ball at the RDS concert hall

This Saturday April 15, let Film Fatale Events transport you back in time with their most lavish masked ball yet.

Waltz to the sounds of the La Fete Quartet before dancing the night away as some of Ireland’s best vintage DJs take to the stage.

As this is masquerade event, face-masks and fancy attire are essential!

Tickets are €39.00 and are available here.

Morning Gloryville's rave with the Easter bunny

Morning Gloryville are changing the way we party. Born in London in 2013, they are the self proclaimed 'pioneers of sober morning raving'.

Described as an 'immersive morning dance experience', this alcohol free event is sure to kick your Saturday off to a great start. 

Here's just some of what you can expect:

  • Free Yoga
  • Free Massage
  • Roaming Haiku Station (Get a poem to take home)
  • Dublin Biggest DJ’s
  • Face Painting
  • Easter Egg Hunts

Ravers are advised to wear their most outrageous attire (think bunny ears and neon tutus).

So, why not try something different this bank holiday weekend and dance the morning away to the sounds of DJ Marcus Olaoire, who will be sporting a very large Easter bunny costume for the occasion.

This alcohol free event takes place from 9am – 12 noon, Saturday April 15 at 22, South Anne Street, Dublin, 

Tickets are €11.23 – €19.74 and are available here.  

Back to the Heart outdoor yoga, St. Stephen's Green Park

What better way to cure a sore head than some Sunday morning yoga? 

Head down to St. Stephens Green Park this Sunday (and every Sunday) for a communal outdoor yoga session followed by a picnic. 

Don't worry if you don't own a yoga mat, a beach towel will do the same job.

So g'wan, give your mind and body some love this weekend. Who knows, you might even make a few friends while you're at it. 

The session runs from 11.15am – 12.30pm and a minimum donation of €5.00 is required to participate.

You can find more information about the event here

Oh, and while we have you; don't forget to have your say in the inaugural SHEmazing Awards this May! It's time to vote, and you can do it right here!


We know it's only Tuesday, but we are already laying the groundwork for this coming weekend here at SHEmazing! HQ.

And with the sheer amount of incredible events taking place around the capital city, you should be too.

We've compiled a list of our top five, so don't miss out!

Arnotts Style Sessions SS17

Fancy some beauty and style masterclasses from some of the best in the business? If so, you need to get yourself down to Arnotts Style Sessions this weekend, where a host of Irish and international beauty and fashion experts will be in store sharing their top tips.

Some of the highlights include, an exclusive ‘Beauty Bingo’ event with M.A.C hosted by drag queen performers Davina Devine and Victoria Secret, a ‘Style Me Pretty’ beauty session with celebrity make-up artist, Christine Lucignano  and ‘Styling with the stars’ fashion show hosted by television presenter Amanda Byram and Image magazine’s Melanie Morris.

And as if that wasn’t enough the first 50 people seated at the ‘Style Me Pretty’ event with Christine Lucignano, will receive an exclusive goodie bag, packed with luxury goodies including a Michael Kors perfume!

For more information and to reserve your place at any of the Arnotts Style Sessions events, click here  

Emma Doran at the Laughter Lounge

The hilarious Emma Doran is bringing her no-nonsense comedy to the Laughter Lounge this weekend, with shows on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Emma started on the comedy circuit back in 2013 and has since gained quite the fan base with thanks to her much loved YouTube channel and appearances on RTE’s Republic of Telly.

Emma will be joined on the night by fellow comedians Damian Clark and Gar Murran so the laughs are sure to be had.

Tickets are €26 and are available here 

Clueless and 90’s party night at The Sugar Club

This sounds amazing! On Saturday April 8 The Sugar Club will take you right back to the days chunky hairbands and knee high socks with a screening of 90’s cult classic Clueless followed by some of the decade’s catchiest tunes! Have cocktails and gourmet popcorn delivered to your table while you soak up those 90’s vibes. What’s not to love?

Tickets are €15.00 and are available here 

Blackrock Market

Whether you’re searching for some vintage fashion steal or handmade crafts, you’ll probably find what you’re looking for at Blackrock market. The market is one of the most established in the country and boats over 30 unique stalls. It’s open from 11am – 5:30pm every Saturday, Sunday and even Bank Holiday Mondays.

So if you’re in the mood for something a bit different this weekend, grab your mates and head down to this hidden gem. Who knows, you might even find yourself a bargain!

For more information visit click here  


MusicTown 2017

Get ready for 10 days of concerts, master classes, workshops and discussions as MusicTown 2017 kicks of this Friday April 7. Now in its third year the event, which was founded by Dublin City Council, aims to explore and unify the vast range of music cultures that exist in the city.

Some highlights if this year’s festival include the first concert of the inaugural Dublin International Choral Festival, Craig David, John Prine and Bronagh Gallagher.

Click here for more information!



If you are thoroughly lacking a signifigant other and have accepted the fact that no amount of Tinder swiping will cause you to acquire one before the big event, then it's time to gear up for Galentine's Day.

Galentines Day involves eschewing the shackles of romantic relationships and celebrating the annual day of love with your besties. 

But what to do when the restaurants are full of PDA-offending lovers and Instagram is full of pictures of Mchael Kors bags with the hashtag best boyfriend ever? 

1. The ultimate girls night out


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An obvious choice but a complete classic. 

Get your unattached ladies around for some predrinks and make some cocktail recipes you found on the internet, then paint the town red.

Everyone will be out for the shift, so if that's not your style, cackle in delight as you rebut the advances of the opposite sex. Or get the shift, you do you, girl. 

2. Have a date night with your favourite actor

Not literally unfortunately, George Clooney will probably be busy with Amal.

But settling in for the night with a handful of movies featuring your ultimate thespian crush is the next best thing.

Don't forget to stock up on popcorn, pizza and wine so you don't have to move for the night. 

3. Fifty Shades of Grey

Just like last year, the new Fifty Shades of Grey instalment is out around Valentines Day.

There is no better way to spend an evening than giggling at a rude movie with your best friends, and the experience will only be heightened by the fact that the cinema will be full of fellow females laughing at the cheesy romantic film. If BDSM can be considered romantic. 

Booking in advance is probably a good idea, as cinemas can get pretty busy on V-Day. 

4. Laugh until you cry…

…instead of just crying.

There are plenty of comedy gigs going on every night around the country, so if you and your girls need some cheering up on Galentine's, then a comedy show is a good way to get the laughs going. 

Plus it's Valentines Day, so the comedian will probably be taking the p*** out of couples and romance to please your bitter, single heart. 

5. Pamper day


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While this one is the ultimate cliche, getting a mani pedi with your best friend and then heading home to veg out wearing face masks is a pretty relaxing endeavour.

Meet up after work (V-Day lands on a Tuesday this year) for some evening treatments and then relax and reminisce on the ghosts of boyfriends past. 

After all, sometimes romance can be fleeting, but your girls are there for life. 


Summer is jam-packed with gigs and festivals – it's probably why it's our favourite season of the year (well, that and the sun, obvs).

But sometimes there's so many concerts and weekend fests that we just don't know which one (or three) to choose from.

Here, we've complied a list of the best music events on around Ireland over the next few months – ones you'll be totally devo if you miss out on them:

1. Longitude

With The Coronas, Kendrick Lamar and The Lumineers all set to take to the stage, Longitude Festival is definitely something you'll want to experience. Taking place in Marley Park from July 15 to 17, it's going to be a great weekend.


2. Groove

Groove Festival is taking place in Kilruddery House, Co. Wicklow on July 2 and 3. Between acts such as Aslan, Ocean Colour Scene and The Academic all taking to the stage, and the Celtic Kitchen dishing out some fab Irish grub, you'll be spoiled for choice at this fest.


3. Castlepalooza 

This Irish independent festival will see Jurassic 5, Lynched, and Tiger and Woods playing over the weekend at Chareville Castle in Tullamore, so it's something that's not to be missed. Throw that in with good July weather (fingers crossed) and it's a dream come true.


4. Electric Picnic

More acts have just been announced for EP including Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, The 1975, Nas and Joey Badass. Taking place in Stradballay in 63 days (we're not counting.. *cough*), this year's Picnic is looking epic already.


5. Shemazing! Gig with Róisín O (obvs)

Yes! We are hosting our very own gig that's definitely not to be missed. With Róisín O headlining on the night – and loads more acts to be announced – it's going to kick off July with a bang. Just keep your eyes peeled, you have no idea what we have in store *mischievous face emoji*. You can get your tickets here.


Double Act, The Suitcase Kid, The Story of Tracy Beaker, Vicky Angel… If you're getting all the nostalgic feels just hearing those words then we have some great news for you.

As one of the most successful children's authors of the last two decades, Dame Jacqueline Wilson has penned countless bestsellers, but for the most part she shies away from the public eye.

If you're a fan of her work though, get yourself to the RDS on May 5 at 6.30pm, where Jacqueline will be speaking as part of Dublin's International Literature Festival.

According the the event organisers, the famed author will be chatting about "some of her most popular characters, including Tracy Beaker and Hetty Feather, and her brand new book, Rent-a-Bridesmaid."

Tickets start at a (frankly bargainous) €5 for kids and €7 for adults and are on sale now.

More information here.

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