What’s On this September 2015 in Dublin

There’s So Much on this September 2015 in Dublin

There's So Much on this September 2015 in Dublin

September 3rd and there’s already a nip in the air giving the feeling that autumn is around the corner and winter is down the road. For most, summer holidays are over, school is back, Halloween is in sight and there are hints of Christmas in stores. However without wishing our lives away on Santa’s arrival in December (fun fact: the first day of September is the same as the first day of December every year because there are 91 days separating September and December), let’s focus on the near future.

What's On this September 2015 in Dublin

Every month is a great month to explore all that Dublin has to offer. For some inspiration have a read of ; My Five Favourite Dublin Experiences, Top Five Free things to do on a SaturdayFive Fabulous Reasons to go Shopping in Dublin or just have a scan down through my Dublin based postsSeptember however is bursting at the seams with stuff to get up to, some free and some not. Some suitable for all the family, some for adult eyes only. I’ve made a list with links to what I think is hot but just because it’s not on the list doesn’t mean it’s not hot so if you think I’ve missed a festival or event that should be included, let me know in the comment box below.

Dublin Fringe Festival

Location: Various

Date: September 7th to 20th 2015

Tickets: €5 – €34

Visit: www.fringefest.com

“It’s a rip-roaring festival full of sensational ideas, wild bodies, fierce minds and taboo-busting jokes. We are experimental. We are the avant-garde. Fringe isn’t just something for arty types with designer glasses; adventurous performance is for everyone. These artists are at the height of cultural expression and we’re bringing you their very best. Lose yourself in fourteen days of Fringe and see you at the festival!”

The Doggie Do 

Location: Merrion Square

Date: September 12th 2015

Tickets: €10 – €50

Visit:  www.thedoggiedo.com

“The Doggie Do is a family friendly festival for and about dogs in. Expect a fun afternoon at Merrion Sq, Dublin, with talks, demos, grooming, chow, screenings and a canine costume competition to crown the ‘Dog Of Dublin 2015’ hosted by Darren Kennedy.”

Culture Night

Location: Various

Date: September 18th 2015

Tickets: Free

Visit: www.culturenight.ie

“Culture Night is an annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. This year, it will take place on Friday 18th September 2015. On Culture Night, arts and cultural organisations and venues of all shapes and sizes, including the National Cultural Institutions, extend their opening hours to allow for increased access to the public. Special and unique events and workshops are specifically programmed at participating locations and everything is available free of charge.”

BlueFire Street Festival

Location: Smithfield, Dublin 7

Date: September 19th 2015

Tickets: Free

Visit: www.bluefiredublin.ie

“BlueFire is a non-profit social enterprise working in North Inner City Dublin. Our mission statement is integration through the arts and community engagement. Our key project is a free, annual, one-day arts festival called BlueFire Street Fest, which celebrates the breadth of world cultures now living in Dublin.”

Dublin Theatre Festival

Location: Various

Date: September 24th to October 11th 2015

Tickets: €15 – €45

Visit: www.dublintheatrefestival.com

“At the heart of the festival is the city of Dublin – its people and its stories – and a commitment to contributing to the vibrant social and cultural life of our capital. The spirit of the festival lies in the people who engage with us as dedicated friends or curious spectators, and we welcome and value the participation of all our artists, audiences and guests. We aim to present a festival that captures the imagination of Dublin’s citizens and nurtures a sense of connection and community in the city.”

The Dublin Festival of History

Location: Various

Date: September 25th to October 10th 2015

Tickets: Free but booking essential (workshops €25)

Visit: dublinfestivalofhistory.ie

“What better place for a history festival than the city of Dublin? Its streets broad and narrow are steeped in history and its citizens take great delight in uncovering, debating and living its many stories. It was great to see the thousands who attended the Road to the Rising extravaganza on O’Connell Street on Easter Monday this year which Dublin City Council was proud to support. Building on this public interest in history, Dublin City Council’s third Dublin Festival of History invites Dubliners and visitors alike to gather to listen and debate not only Irish history, but a wide range of historical themes in Dublin Castle, city branch libraries and other venues.”

Fingal Film Festival

Location: Movies @swords Pavilions Centre

Date: September 25th to 27th 2015

Tickets: €12.50 – €159

Visit: www.fingalfilmfest.com

“The Fingal Film Festival was launched in 2012. It is a new entity that offers a platform encouraging and promoting the works of local film community and National, International emerging filmmakers to showcase their work in an environment where they have access to experienced industry professionals. We provide workshops. training programmes throughout the three-day festival event every year. At least 25% of our festival schedule is dedicated to Foreign films, which broadens the film culture experience to all who attend the screenings in Fingal during the festivals duration in September every year.”

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