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Thursday 29th September
Featureless Fine | Aimee Melaugh
Hang Tough Contemporary
4 Exchequer Street
D02 HX95 Dublin

Hang Tough Contemporary will display  ‘Featureless Fine’, a stunning collection of new paintings from Derry based artist Aimee Melaugh until October 9.

‘Featureless Fine’ draws upon ideas surrounding identity, suppressed individuality and deceiving appearances.

For more information, click here.

Joyce's Women - Dublin Theatre Festival
19:30
Abbey Theatre

Written for the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Ulysses, this world premiere from Edna O’Brien gives voice to the women who were central to the life of James Joyce.

For more information, click here.

HRLA Presents: darkmavis
22:30-02:30
Grand Social Ballroom
Tickets from 5 euro

Following his recent appearance on HÖR, 25 year old DJ and producer darkmavis takes the reigns at HRLA’s next event on September 29 at the Grand Social Ballroom.

darkmavis is joined on the night by HRLA residents i decided, Stephen Sheehy and Náoise.

For tickets, click here.

French Wine & Cheese Tasting
The Cali Kitchen
19:00 – 21:30

An evening of the finest French wine and cheese, brought to you by Iciar Cheese Bar and WineSpark

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Friday 30th September
The Shed Residents ft. DJ FUCKOFF
23:00-03:00
Centre Point
Temple Bar
Tickets 16.83 euro

College is back and so is the Shed with “FUCK OFF COLLEGE!”

DJ FUCKOFF will be headlining with Prozak + Derv supporting.

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GAZE: QUEER EIRE: NEW IRISH SHORTS
18:30
The Light House Cinema
Smithfield

The backbone of GAZE Film Festival is the annual new Irish shorts programme.

Every year the festival takes the temperature of LGBTQ+ life in Ireland via a gamut of fresh cinematic work.

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The Green Door Market
Bluebell Business Centre
Dublin 12
11:00 - 17:00

The Green Door Market is an indoor food and farmers market located in the Bluebell Business Centre in Dublin 12. You’ll find everything from organic fruit and veg, to delicious breads, meats, fish, cakes, crepes and chocolate. If you have green fingers, some stalls sell plants and flowers too. For foodies living in the city, it’s well worth a visit.

This Dublin market is based in the suburbs, but it’s only a short stroll from the Red Line Luas. Just get off at the Bluebell or Kylemore stop.

Saturday 1st October
Black and Irish Present: Who's The Main Character?
19:00
Sugar Club
Tickets from 15 euro

Black and Irish presents a night of entertainment brought to you by the biggest  characters from across the country.

They’ve got a stacked evening full of good vibes, entertainment and live music. There’s still more surprises to come so keep and eye out on the Black & Irish social media platforms for more.

Hen's Teeth Weekend Market
Hen's Teeth,
Blackpitts,
Dublin 8

Featuring Bebhinn Eilish, Emporium, Calcio Culture and more, Hen’s Teeth will be hosting their weekly market in store this weekend.

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Bodytonic Presents: Mala
23:00-03:00
Wigwam,
Middle Abbey Street
Tickets from 16.67 euro

Mala makes his return to Dublin in Wigwam basement this Saturday.

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PrYmary Colours presents The Love Ball
23:00-03:00
Centre Point,
Temple Bar
Tickets from 8.84 euro

An evening of art, music, culture, dance, fashion & radical self expression, inspired by collaborations with the best clubs in New York city.

Click here for more information.

Sunday 2nd October
Hen's Teeth Weekend Market
Hen's Teeth,
Blackpitts,
Dublin 8

Featuring Bebhinn Eilish, Emporium, Calcio Culture and more, Hen’s Teeth will be hosting their weekly market in store this weekend.

Click here for more.

Pillow Queens - Vicar Street
19:30
Vicar Street
Tickets from 29 euro

This indie rock band is going from strength to strength and is set to take over Vicar Street this weekend. With limited tickets available, snap them up quick here.

Herbert Park Market
Herbert Park
11:00 - 16:00

On the south side of the city, Herbert Park is home to a food market similar to that of St Anne’s Park. However, it is open on Sundays from 11:00 instead. Thanks to the park’s large duck ponds and vivid playgrounds, it makes for a great day out