feeling those January blues…. We think its time you brushed them off and set
your calendar up for an exciting few weeks ahead in Dublin city Centre. Located in the hub of
temple bar we at the Morgan
Hotel always know what’s
going on. So if you’re looking to pack your calendar up with things to do over
the next few weeks we think the below should be at top of your list. Check it
out-choose from a cultural festival, traditional Irish music festival and a
holiday show, hard to believe all this happening over the next two weeks.
Chinese New Year Festival
20th January 2012 – 3rd February 2012
The dragon is coming...
year’s festival runs from 20th
January to 3rd February and celebrates the Year of the Dragon. Dublin, now twinned with Beijing,
will celebrate in style and highlights include the Asia Market Chinese New
Year’s Carnival on 22nd January and Chinese Opera in the Open
sponsored by Kildare
Village on 21st
January. Both events take place in the newly covered Meeting House Square in Temple Bar. Other
events include the Chinese Film Festival with Etihad Airways, a children’s
programme at Dublin City Public Libraries, a photo exhibition on Peking Opera,
lectures and much more.
For more information go to
Temple Bar TradFest
25th January 2012 – 29th
Dublin’s biggest and best festival of Irish Music
, the Temple Bar
TradFest will be back for the 7th year from January 25-29th 2012. The 2012
festival will include headline concerts in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin City
Hall and The Button Factory.
Other highlights include over 200 free events, music trail,
singers club, open sessions, two outdoor stages, the international Celtic Irish
dance show, master classes and showcases, gigs for kids, children’s club, pipe
bands, street performers, a rural Irish village in the city and much more.
The Iconic surrounds of Christ Church
cathedral will play host to Michael Mc Goldrick, Ralph Mc Tell and The Dubliners 50th anniversary
concert. Dublin’s city hall will resound to the sounds of Irish Music all week
with lunch time and evening intimate concerts with some of Irelands best known
artists including Voices and Harps with Moya Brennan and Cormac De Barra,
Frankie Gavin, Sean O Riada’s Cor Cúil Aodha, Tommy Sands, Mick O’ Brien, an
evening of Irish Culture in Song and story with Noel O’ Grady and a very
special gala benefit night for the Pecker Dunne.
For more information:
27th January 2012 – 29th January 2012
World Show 2012:
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