It’s mid-August, who would have thought?


I just don’t see time passing.


Maybe it’s because of all the great Dublin weekend events?




More than possible!


Let’s sink our teeth into what Dublin has to offer this weekend! 

1.Photographic Exhibition by Phil McMenemy, Morag Paterson & Ted Leeming | 3 Aug – 28 Sept


Last time you made it to Scotland?


Scotland is absolutely gorgeous but the weather often keeps us from popping over for a visit.


Well, that happens to be no problem at all this weekend!


Naul’s Easter Snow Gallery is hosting the breath-taking nature photography of  McMenemy, Paterson and Leeming.


This exhibition featuring pictures of both realistic and abstract nature will surely evoke your innermost emotions. What are you waiting for? Off we go to Scotland in Naul!


2. The Big Grill Festival | 13 – 16 Aug

The Big Grill Festival in Dublin

The tastiest Dublin weekend event is… The Big Grill Festival!


Although the tickets are selling out at the speed of light, there is a chance to get tickets at the entrance! Last time you’ve taken part in an eating competition?


Have an insatiable appetite for BBQ? Avid fan of craft beer maybe?


You’ve reached foodie heaven!


3. Majestic Creatures: Day & Night Gathering | 15 Aug


Majestic Creatures

Majestic Creatures takes art to a whole new level: this festival is for the young and the young at heart. It creates a time and space to enjoy arts and self-expression in a unique setting.


Meet like-minded artistic individuals, play hula hoop, dance, have your face painted and the like! All in all, it’ll be great!  


4.The International Comedy Club | Thursdays – Sundays

The International Comedy Club Dublin

Dublin comedy has a very prestigious place in international entertainment, don’t miss out on these comedy nights hosted by the International Bar!


Warm up your laughter muscles and prepare for an unforgettable night!


5. Riverdance 20 Returns | 23 Jun – 30 Aug


The act is celebrating its 20th birthday!

Who wouldn’t have heard about the Award-winning Irish Riverdance? Be among the over 25 million people in the world who have seen this one-of a kind performance encompassing Irish culture, arts and history.


If you only have time for one cultural event while in Dublin, this is definitely it! See you in The Gaiety Theatre!


Have you decided what to do yet? Leave us a comment!


Working for the National Wax Museum Plus I’m hoping that you can make the most of this weekend in Dublin! I know I will!

Have fun!



Article written by Dorottya Kiss, our Hungarian-born marketing intern currently on a work placement from her French university. She’s a big fan of Dublin and of everything Irish!