Open house Dublin
The Ireland’s largest architecture festival is inviting all citizen and visitor to explore the city’s buildings. Some buildings that are usually not accessible will be open to the public for a weekend with exclusive architectural tours provided by expert guides. Organised by the Irish Architecture Foundation the event takes place from the 13th to the 15th of October. All tours are completely free. Explore the program here.
Dublin Festival of History
This is an annual free Festival organised by Dublin City Public Libraries with over 90 events in Dublin Castle, City libraries and other venues. Irish and international historians will bring history to life for the history lovers of all ages. Among the key speakers, Robert Harris will discuss his new book, ‘Munich’ at Dublin Castle. The festival takes place from the 29th of September to Saturday 14th of October. You can check the program online here.
Irish Light Photography Festival
For the photography buff, the Irish Light photography festival takes place in Dublin from the 21st of September to the 18th of October. The aim of this festival is to draw the best professional Irish based landscape photographers together and bring international photographers to Ireland. Many workshops, exhibitions and talks are planned around the theme “An tOilean” which means “The Island” in English.
Miss Saigon – Play
This multi-award production is coming to Dublin at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre in October from the 4th to the 18th. This Epic love story tells the tragic tale of a young Asian woman abandoned by her American lover. Miss Saigon won nine Whatsonstage Awards including Best Show. A musical not to be missed. Tickets on sale here.