Don’t forget to check out Temple Bar Night Market
The markets will feature the work of artists & craft makers and street entertainment from music to painting & from dance to workshops.
These are nights not to be missed!
Date: Every Thursday from the 5th of June
Location: Temple Bar & East Essex Street, Dublin 2
Hey All, so much happening here in Kinlay last few weeks, small refurb underway and we will be announcing new single/twins and Triple dorms in the coming weeks! Excited to share pics when we can and they will be available to book from July/ August so don’t miss out remember our single rooms start from €25/€30 midweek !! Can’t get much better than that Will keep ye all updated
Not to be Missed – January 2014
Temple Bar TradFest is delighted to introduce a new and exciting element to the 2014 Festival, An Audience with Irish Folk Legends. Enjoy spectacular once off concerts set in the intimate surrounds of some of the finest and most historic bars and venues in Temple Bar, it’s an exclusive and special event designed to get you up close to these icons of Irish Folk music.
Featuring world renowned and chart topping acts, such as The Fureys, The Dublin Legends, The Dublin City Ramblers , Bagatelle & The Kilkennys, these groups have been…
November, its here, the slippery, icey slope to three hours of daylight and permanent runny nose is beneath our feet. Who else but a sadist would care to be anywhere but in front of a large fire, drinking brandy and developing gout. But sadists there are so here are some free events you and your evil minded, cold worshipping friends can do this week as an alternative to staying inside in the warmth.
Its pretty quiet here today, both in the hostel and on the streets. But for a single solitary pidgeon bobbing its head on York street my commute to work resembled a stroll through some empty, 28 days later, post apocalyptic metropolis. I know why, its because its a bank holiday Monday and everyone is in bed. In an hour or so people will rise, placing their hands on their head to stop it from crumbling to tiny alcohol filled pieces. Slowly making their way to the bathroom the shame of polluting their body…