The most important meal of the day they say. Considering you’ll be in the pub all day you may want to line the stomach a little. Get yourself over to Dublin City Food for a big breakfast sandwich that’ll keep you going till the afternoon.
2. A quiet one first
Head into town and plonk yourself in Nearys for a quiet one to catch your barings and plan the day ahead.
3. Avoid Templebar
Goes without saying.
4. Flip a coin…
Songs in the Key of D
Smock Alley Theatre
Dublin City has given the world some of the most moving, articulate and passionate songs ever written. This choral exploration aims to explore this tradition of song-making by paying homage to these musical experiences while rooting them in the present day tone of the city. The performances will recognise musicians from Handel to Hansard, Lynott to Drew as well as exploring the physical city itself. Performed by a choir of real Dubliners, this show will use the voice of Dublin to honour its musical sons and daughters.
Every year buildings of cultural importance open their doors to the public for one night free of charge. On Friday the 20th of September you will have the chance to explore and understand what exactly goes on behind the scenes with guided tours and employees available to answer whatever questions you may have. Here are three places you’ve got to get too. Why only three? Because with the whole city out and about you’ll only have time for three…
Smithfield Chambers, Dublin 7
Perhaps the largest artist space in the city…