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As the City Of Literature, Dublin is hosting many literature-related festivals. Red Line Book Festival is one of them, the festival aims to showcase the best of Irish writing and to discover new talents with its various competitions. You can expect numerous talk and workshops the programme is made to suit all ages and interests. The festival runs from the 8th to the 14th of October, you can view the full programme on their website.
This technology festival is coming to Dublin for its seventh edition, promising an ambitious two-day schedule including an array of speakers for not less than 60 hours of contents. Held on the 17th and the 18th of October, the festival looks at covering various topics such as Smart Cities, Blockchain, Healthtech, Automation, Sportstech, Fintech, Recruitment and the Workplace. To book your ticket and for more info visit the website.
On Tuesday 23rd of October, a spooky race is organised in Sandymount for runners of all levels. Choose from a 5km single lap or a 10km double lap, this single loop course is laid out in long straight flat lines making it racer friendly. The race starts at 7:20pm beside Clanna Gael GAA club and finishes in the same place. To register, visit the website.
The Chemical Brothers are performing their first-rate audiovisual show in Dublin on October 29th at the 3 Arena. The show includes 19 tracks from across their oeuvre, including classics such as “Hey Boy, Hey Girl”, “Block Rockin Beats” or “Galvanise”. Special guests are Stephan Bodzin and James Holroyd. Tickets available via Ticketmaster.
This October Bank Holiday weekend, Metropolis festival offers for the fourth year a multi-stage indoor winter music festival and conference. Each year an abstract identity is created with bespoke stages and installations in order to challenge the senses and captivate its audience. The line-up includes Villagers, Roisin Murphy, Young Fathers, He Black Madonna and many more. For more details and to book your tickets visit the Metropolis Festival website.
“Four days of living stories and four nights of deadly adventures” that’s Bram Stoker Festival promise. The seventh edition takes place from Friday 26th of October to Monday 29th of October. The festival has a gothically inspired programme including the famous Macnas parade, Dracula’s Disco, Creature Features at the Botanic Garden and many more workshops, theatre, tours and live music. Check out the full program here.
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