One of our all-time favourite movies is coming to the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, and we couldn’t possibly be more excited. Ghost, which originally starred Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore and Whoopi Goldberg will be shown on the Dublin stage between 8th – 12th of November. Tickets for Ghost – The Muscial go on sale this weekend through Ticketmaster with prices starting from €15.
Smithfield food fair
The Generator Hostel is housing the Smithfield spring food fair, which aims to draw attention to and support local traders. At the fair will be an array of fruit and veg stands, as well as sweet treats, baked goods and organic skincare products. On the day, there’ll also be yoga sessions, talks and live music. The event kicks off at 11am and ends at 6pm.
Disney on Ice
Perfect for a day out with little ones, Disney on Ice is celebrating it’s silver anniversary, marking it’s quarter-century of showcasing all things Disney. The shows which are running until April 3rd will have something for everyone. Whether you like Minnie and Mickey, The Lion King, Peter Pan or Frozen, there’s an array of segments to appeal to each person in the audience. It’s an experience never to forget! Tickets can be found here.
Brand new Irish movie Mammal having it’s opening night this Friday in the IFI Dublin. The intense movie tells the story about a divorced woman played by Oscar nominee Rachel Griffiths and a teenage boy, played by Love/Hate’s Barry Keoghan aka the man who killed the cat! The event kicks off at 6.30pm, and as well as the screening, there’ll be a Q&A with director Rebecca Daly and Barry Keoghan. It’s one event not to be missed.
Bray food & craft festival
This Sunday will see Bray’s food and craft market take to the seafront for a day of fun for all the family. There’ll be a selection of food tastings, craft stalls and demonstrations throughout the day, as well as face-painting for kids. The event takes place from 10am to 5pm.