Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair
Beer lovers should be in heaven at the Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair which takes place in The Convention Centre from the 8th of March till The 10th of March. Many local and international craft beers (over 400!) can be experienced, while listening to music and enjoying unique food pairing. Got thirsty? Have a look at the website.
Royal Moscow Ballet: Romeo and Juliet
Romeo and Juliet, world’s greatest love story, can now be seen in the Mahony Hall, The Helix. The Royal Moscow Ballet used the love story to perform a ballet with beautiful ballerinas, and extraordinary costumes and decorations. This is the dream performance for every ballet lover. The ballet will take place the 10th of March, and will start at 8 pm. You can get your ticket here.
St. Patrick’s Festival 2018
With this year’s theme “home”, St. Patricks Festival takes place or the 22nd time in Dublin. Dublin will be the centre for four days and nights of culture, music and entertainment. St. Patricks Day is the most celebrated national holiday over the world, and many people visit Dublin to celebrate it. The full programme of events and prices can be found on the official website.
Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish Language Week)
From the 1st of March to the 17th of March Ireland is celebrating its native language in the largest Irish language festival of Ireland and even of the world. Last year more than a million people took part in hundreds of events spread over many countries. The times and places vary, but you can check the website for all the events.
In support of new album “The Thrill of It All”, Sam Smith returns to Ireland to give a concert on the 30th and the 31st of March. The concert will take place in Dublin’s 3Arena, and tickets are still available for both dates. The last tickets are available here.