Stuck for something to do this bank holiday weekend? We’ve got you covered

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Looking for things to do this bank holiday weekend? Look no further than VIP’s long weekend event guide:

Des Bishop at Vicar Street

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Head along to see Ireland’s favourite funny man as Des Bishop takes his tour to Vicar Street in Dublin tonight. Tickets are still available for this fully-seated, over 18’s event and it promises to be a night full of jokes and laughter. For more information and to purchase tickets click here.

Bloom: The Phoenix Park

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Irelands biggest horticulture event takes place in the Phoenix Park this week and is always a family favourite. With loads to do and see, including gardening competitions, flower displays, food stalls and play areas for the kids, if the weather doesn’t disappoint it’s sure to be one of the best weekend’s of the year.

Visit http://bloominthepark.com for more details.

Forbidden Fruit

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The first big music festival of the summer hits Dublin this weekend, along with a lot of excited festival goers. Headliners include Bon Ivor, Jax Jones and Lisa Hannigan, and will feature a range of art displays, fashion and food along with the music. Two and three day passes are all sold out but click here to get your hands on the last of the one day tickets.

Cork Harbour festival

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This week long event that runs through the bank holiday weekend, is the biggest festival in Cork every year, spanning across all of Cork city and surrounding areas. If the sun is shining this promises to be a great range of events for all. More details here

The Cat Laughs Comedy Festival 2017


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If you’re around Kilkenny this weekend, The Cats Laugh is the place to be. The annual comedy festival brings together Ireland’s funniest comedians and a whole load of craic, with this yearning no exception. Look out for Des Bishop, Dara O Briain, Tommy Tiernan, Aisling Bea and Kevin Bridges around the street of Kilkenny, as the event spans out over different locations in the town. A lot of shows are sold out but find out what tickets are still up for grabs here


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