Winter in Dublin ‘alive alive-o’ now

THE culture and vibrancy of Dublin’s fair city and surrounds has come to life with the launch of the Failte Ireland ‘Winter in Dublin’ initiative for the next three months from now until next January.

Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo is a must-see family-friendly stop this winter

Back this winter with a host of winter activities and one-off events big and small, is plenty to see and do in and around the streets of Dublin and around the county. The month of November is about ‘Live in the City’ with days and nights of live music shows, comedy gigs and theatre productions.

Molly Malone will be ‘pushing her wheelbarrow through streets broad and narrow’ this Winter in Dublin

The Wild lights at Dublin Zoo is ongoing until January and there are big plans for the New Year’s Festival and among the many walking tours, be sure to visit the statue of Molly Malone as she ‘wheels her wheelbarrow through streets broad and narrow’.

There are seasonal and festive events on this December including ‘Winter Wonderland’ in the National Concert Hall

“Dublin is renowned for its culture and vibrancy,” said Failte Ireland head of marketing communications Emma Woods. (The) campaign will focus on key themes each month that highlight the best that Dublin has to offer including live music and events in November, family and festive occasions in December and a focus on culture and traditions in January.”

Events in December in and around Dublin will bring the holiday season to life with seasonal music, including an evening of Winter Wonderland songs with the Rathfarnham Concert Band Society at the National Concert Hall Dublin.

Make it a magical ‘Winter in Dublin’ with a visit to Ireland’s oldest university

Celebrate the culture and creativity of Dublin in January with events across the city and county, including the Temple Bar TradFest.

‘Winter in Dublin’ in the New Year is all about the arts and culture of Ireland including TradFest in Temple Bar

For all events including music and entertainment, culture, family-friendly programmes and tours visit https://www.hospitalityireland.com or https://www.visitdublin.com. Events are constantly being updated online so keep in touch and don’t miss out on a wonderful ‘Winter in Dublin’.

 

Tags: Arts & Culture

Image credits: Failte Ireland

Kim Mullahey

Kim Mullahey is Pynck.com’s Ireland Correspondent. She holds an honours undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Chicago and has taught Adult Education Creative Writing Studies. Through a media career spanning nearly 25 years Kim has written and photographed regional news, national and international horse sports, fashion and lifestyle. Kim lives with her husband and son in Kildare Ireland, and a stray marmalade cat who has adopted the family.

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