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There are some crackin' events coming to Dublin in August, but the end of summer has brought an alcohol-free initiative in The Stella Theatre that is most definitely catching our eye.

'Sip and See' is part of the Peroni Libera Series, featuring the Italian brand's first new non-alcoholic beer; Peroni Libera 0.0%.

'Libera' translates to 'free' in Italian, and it means that you can have the freedom to choose a 0% alcohol beer or opt for the regular Peroni if you're looking to let loose. 


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To celebrate the new drink, Peroni are hosting a series of stylish, alcohol-free, monthly social events this summer called the Peroni Libera Series, where you can enjoy chilled out get-togethers with old friends or new acquaintances.

Next week's 'Sip and See' takes place in the Stella Theatre in Rathmines on Wednesday, August 7. Guest can enjoy some Italian cicchetti bites when you arrive, including bruschetta, arancini and Italian cured meats and cheese,

Sit back and enjoy Baz Luhrmann’s iconic take on the Italian love story of Romeo + Juliet, featuring Leonardo Di Caprio from back in the day, and Claire Danes. Those comfy Stella seats can't be missed.


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The event kicks off at 5.30pm on Wednesday at 207-209 Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6, and tickets are priced at just €20 for the over 18s 'Sip and See'.

Book your spot here for some serious romance and gorgeous Italian food. Plus you can drive home if you enjoy Peroni Libera 0.0%, and who doesn't love to avoid the hassle of getting home late at night on public transport?

With a stunning flavour of fresh citrusy hops, the beer will be oh so satisfying but without the hangover. To find out more, head to houseofperoni.com.

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The lavish Stella Theatre experience is a gorgeous one to behold for any movie lover.

There's extravagant décor, plush red velvet seats and beds, as well as a cocktail bar and vintage-style cinematic elements; what could be better?

Currently, the Stella has two locations in Dublin: Ranelagh and Rathmines, but now Press Up have announced that the company are expanding.

"Press Up, Ireland’s leading hospitality group, are excited to bring the Stella Theatre to Bray. Combining the thrill of the cinema with a beautiful food and drinks offering in luxe surrounds," they tweeted.

That's right, the Stella is coming to Co. Wicklow. The cinema is set to light up Bray, and there are also plans to open an Elephant & Castle restaurant as part of a new retail space.

The town clearly has some big plans, and anyone based further south in Dublin will be able to hop on the Dart straight to the lush cinema.


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According to Lovin Dublin, developer Oakmount is leading the project. It's expected to be finished by 2020, but further updates will arrive in the future.

Press Up Group are the company behind popular bars and fancy restaurants in Dublin such as The Stella Diner, The Lucky Duck, Sophie's and The Grayson.

The Devlin hotel and the Dean hotel are part of the group's noteworthy portfolio, so bringing glitz and glamour to Dublin's food, drink and entertainment industry is top on their list of priorities.

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The Stella Theatre in Rathmines has been quite popular of late as its lush design makes for a unique cinema experience.

Attendees feel as if they have been transported back in time as they take in the red leather recliners and vintage lamp shades.

The best part is taking a sip out of an old cocktail glass while watching a film.

And now, The Stella has opened a sister theatre in Ranelagh – meaning there are now two of these classic venues for us to enjoy.

The new Stella is located on the lower floor of the newly opened Devlin Hotel on Ranelagh main street.

However, while maintaining its sophisticated essence, the new theatre will be slightly different from that of its sister location.

It is a 44-seater boutique cinema with a state-of-the-art sound system and a more modern design.

The theatre will focus on indie, arthouse and cult classic style movies, making sure to bring viewers first looks at Irish film.

Its plush and cosy seating allows viewers to sink into their seats with their favourite cocktail from the bar.

There is also a delicious food menu available including barbecue pulled pork belly sandwiches, fish tacos, a selection of flatbreads and more that you can have delivered to your seat.

And at just €19 a ticket, you won’t find a better cinema experience.

The theatre officially opens today.

For a full list of showings or to purchase tickets, see here.Don't have any plans this weekend? Here is a list of what’s playing:

Saturday 3rd November

·         6pm – Cinema Paradiso

·         9:15pm – Man on Wire

Sunday 4th November

·         6pm – La La Land