- Thu 4/9/2014: Dublin Fashion FestivalLocation: Dublin
Description: Dublin Fashion Festival is an annual shopping event which takes place over four days each year. Over 250 retailers, restaurants, bars and hotels taking part in the event, including the city’s 8 flagships: Brown Thomas & BT2, Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Powerscourt Centre, Arnotts, Clery’s, Ilac Shopping Centre (including Debenhams), Jervis Shopping Centre & Penneys.
Start Date: 4/9/2014
End Date: 7/9/2014
- Fri 5/9/2014: Dublin Fringe FestivalLocation: Dublin
Description: Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival is a curated, multi-disciplinary festival and year-round organisation focusing on new and innovative approaches to the arts. Dublin Fringe Festival supports the development and presentation of new work by Irish and International artists of vision, nurturing artistic ambition and excellence across a range of art forms. An active curator, Dublin Fringe Festival provides an environment in which participating artists challenge, subvert and invigorate their disciplines and practice. Dublin Fringe Festival provides context for new work and demands audience engagement and dialogue. The scale and environment of the festival broadens arts participation, playing a vital role in the fabric of Dublin and Irish cultural life.
For 18 days the festival transforms Dublin into an exposé of great creative talent from around the globe. It is a platform for the best new, emerging Irish arts companies and a showcase for the best contemporary theatre and dance shows touring internationally. For artists, the Fringe facilitates an opportunity to innovate, to cross disciplines and boundaries and to find new ways and places to create work.
Dublin Fringe, unlike many Fringes internationally, is a wholly curated festival seeking innovative and daring work that impacts, moves and invigorates its audience.
Start Date: 5/9/2014
End Date: 20/9/2014
- Fri 12/9/2014: Dublin Coffee & Tea Festival Location: Dublin
Description: Word is spreading throughout the growing coffee & tea scene about the inaugural Dublin Coffee & Tea Festival 2014. This unique event is fast becoming a must-do on the Dublin social calendar and takes place at the RDS, Dublin 12th -14th September 2014.
The Dublin Coffee & Tea Festival will be brimming with varying features to tickle the taste buds of coffee and tea lovers including:-
The Roasters’ Village Located at the very front of the show the Roasters’ Village will house a vast range of Coffee and Tea micro roasters and retailers all wishing to engage with the public and tell the story of their particular blends.
The Cupping Room a purpose-built cupping room allowing members of the public and media to cup and taste a wide variety of teas and coffees from different Origin countries for the very first time in Ireland.
The People’s Stage showcasing a range of video footage and presentations from farmers, importers, green bean traders, and coffee and tea enthusiasts, acting as an educational platform allowing the public understand the tea and coffee growing and harvesting process first hand.
The Food Village comprise a range of hand-picked artisan food and beverage suppliers whose product compliments the coffee and tea drinking experience.
And not forgetting the National Barista Championships semi-final and the inaugural Home Barista Championship, the widest variety of tea and coffee blends the country has ever seen under one roof, the Dublin Coffee & Tea Festival is guaranteed to whet the visitor’s appetitie and indeed demonstrate the ever-sophisticated offering on the market today.
Start Date: 12/9/2014
End Date: 14/9/2014
- Fri 19/9/2014: Culture NightLocation: Dublin
Description: Come and enjoy a late FREE night of culture for all the family!
For one night only the city’s museums, galleries, churches, historic houses, artists studios, cultural centres and more, will open their doors late for a free night of entertainment, discovery and adventure. Hundreds of talks, tours, performances and events for you, your family and friends to participate in and enjoy. Join the thousands who will be staying up late for culture!
On Culture Night locals and visitors across the island of Ireland will enjoy the unique experience of Culture Night, a free night of entertainment, discovery and adventure taking place in a record 28 towns, cities, counties and islands in Ireland. Museums, galleries, churches, historic houses, artists’ studios and cultural centres will open their doors late into the evening welcoming people of all ages to taste and sample their cultural delights for free on the evening.