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From the 27th to the 29th of March, “Beauty and the Beast” can be admired at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre. Watch one of the most beloved tales in a unique way, composed by the Oscar-winning Alan Menken. Tickets for the 27th and 29th are already sold out, but there are still ticket available for the 29th here.
With this year’s theme “home”, St. Patricks Festival takes place or the 22nd time in Dublin. Dublin will be the centre for four days and nights of culture, music and entertainment. St. Patricks Day is the most celebrated national holiday over the world, and many people visit Dublin to celebrate it. The full programme of events and prices can be found on the official website.
The Convention Centre is for the 6th year in a row the home of the Dublin Comic Con. With an extra date added, this year’s event promises to be a great weekend for Anime fans. Meet media guests from TV and film, comic creators, artists while enjoying workshops, interactive sets, exhibitions, and more. Tickets can be bought at the Dublin Comic Con website.
Imagine Dragon is coming to Dublin for a huge show at the 3 Arena this February. The band has played huge shows in stadiums and has sold over nine million records to date. This unique show will take place at Dublin’s largest indoor venue, 3Arena on February 26th. It is part of Imagine Dragon’s Evolve World Tour. You can get your ticket here.
On the 10th of March, Ireland and Scotland will be rivals during the second last weekend of the 2018 Six Nations Championship. The match will take place in the Aviva Stadium, where the kick off will start at 2:15. Last year, Scotland won the game, so we will see whether Ireland is strong enough this year to bring home the Centenary Quaich. For tickets visit the website of Ticketmaster.
Famous singer Niall Horan returns to his home country for his Flicker World Tour. The concert that will take place on the 12th of March was sold out in 5 minutes, but no worries, a new show is added on the 29th of March. Rising artist Julia Michaels will join Niall Horan as a special guest this night. For more information and tickets, have a look here.
Ireland’s biggest celebration of Irish and international feature film will take place in Dublin from the 22nd of February to the 4th of March. The festival gives access to a plethora of international filmmaking talent including actors, writers and directors. In addition to film screenings and awards, the program includes workshops, talks and exhibitions. For more info go to the festival website.