What’s on in Dublin this September?

Stephen ShorttCollege News


Even though the summer is drawing to a close, there are still plenty of exciting things to do in Dublin this September!

No matter what you’re interested in, you are sure to find something to take your fancy while you are studying English with us here in Alpha College this September.

Culture Night

Friday 16th September

This night of entertainment and discovery takes place across the country as arts and cultural organisations stage events in many historic venues for thousands of visitors to enjoy.

Last year a record 230 events will take place across Dublin alone in venues including Christ Church Cathedral, the National Museum of Ireland, the Science Gallery Trinity College, The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle State Apartments, The Ark, A Cultural Centre for Children, the Chester Beatty Library and many more. 2016 promises to be even bigger and better.

This hugely important night is one of the most eagerly anticipated throughout the year and with something for everyone, Culture Night is the perfect opportunity to come together and enjoy the magnificent creations our culture communities have to offer.

Visit www.culturenight.ie for more information

Dublin VegFest 2016

Sunday 11th September

Last year’s Dublin Vegfest was a smash, with over 1000 people in attendance to learn, discuss, and of course, to eat. This year Vegfest is back and better than ever for a one-day extravaganza of all things vegan and vegetarian.

Dublin Vegfest 2016 is set to be chock-a-block with the very best in vegan food, ethical and natural products, lifestyle talks, recipe demos, superfoods, performances, info from exhibitors and non-profits, and tons more. Set in a massive new venue over three floors, the focus will be on relaxation and the enjoyment of good, cruelty-free foods and products.

Vegans and carnivores alike are welcome to this friendly event, so sample the goods at Dublin Vegfest 2016. You’ll be glad you did.

Tickets from €9 – more information can be found here: http://dublinvegfest.com/

Dublin Night Run

Tuesday 27th September

With both 5k and 10k courses, runners of all levels will have a chance to pound the tarmac in a tidy loop from Park West Business Park and along the Grand Canal.

Starting and finishing near the Plaza in Parkwest, the 5km participants will do one circuit, while the 10km will do two. Either makes for a great midweek run for September, to keep you out of early hibernation.

Entries are limited so don’t leave it too late to enter, and be sure to bring a gang along for the experience. A nice, shiny Finisher’s Medal to meet you at the finish line for bragging rights, along with that unequivocal sense of satisfaction.

Tickets from €15 – more information: dublinnightrun.runclontarf.com

Irish Craft Beer Festival

Thursday 8th September – Saturday 10th September

Ireland’s largest craft beer festival is back with an exciting programme of events on the cards. There are Meet The Brewer sessions, panel discussions, live music and of course, delicious craft beer and food to make your mouth water.

As some of Ireland’s finest musicians underscore the weekend with fantastic tunes, sample from some of the best ciderists, brewers and distillers the scene has to offer when the Craft Beer Festival takes over the RDS for its 6th year to date.

Tickets: €10-15

More information about the Irish Craft Beer Festival can be found here: irishcraftbeerfestival.ie

Fusion Sundays

Sunday 11th September

This unique market celebrates food culture from around the world.

A free event offering an excellent selection of international stalls, as well as workshops, live music, and entertainment for all ages, you can sample traditional food from across the globe, with exclusive artisan treats.

Alongside the market activities, enjoy ethnic dance performances, yoga workshops for adults and children, and live music to add to the authentic, culturally-diverse atmosphere.

Admission is free – you can visit the market here: 12 Newmarket Square, Dublin