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March 2, 2018 (No Comments) by Tahlia Peppard

The Red Stables is located in St Anne’s Park in Clontarf. The park itself is something to rave about; it’s massive and so lovely and green, but today we won’t be talking about the park, we’ll be reviewing The Red Stables – Olive’s Rooms. The Red Stables in St Anne’s Park was built in 1885 by Arthur Edward Guinness, Lord Ardilaun. The Stables now house an arts and crafts centre with room for artists, a gallery and a café.  The café is known as Olive’s Rooms and although it might appear small and quaint, it serves the most nutritious and healthy food. The café is located in a carefully renovated […]

February 27, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

What better way than to start off Spring than with a goold ol’ fashioned festival, once the snow doesn’t last too long that is! As the flowers are blooming and the sun is rising to the top of the sky, Ireland offers us some brilliant festivals to dance to while the days get longer. There’s an exciting event in here for every taste imaginable so let’s get to it! 1. Ennis Book Club Festival This festival offers a mix of readings, discussion, comedy and chat in one of Ireland’s friendliest towns. This is Ireland’s only book club festival so if you’re a book fan head on down to check it […]

February 24, 2018 (No Comments) by Niamh Murray

Our latest healthy food guide has heaps of delicious restaurants at the ready. From beautiful Mediterranean dishes to organic bliss, there are so many wonderful ways to enjoy a few hours of clean eating in Waterford. As we all know, it can be hard to find an eatery that gives the consumer the best of both worlds, tasty and healthy food. But these six restaurants are definitely worth a go if you find yourself in the The Gentle County, let’s tuck in! MOMO Restaurant Located at 47 Patrick Street in Waterford, MOMO provides a variety of dishes for all dietary needs. This includes Vegetarian, Vegan and not forgetting the traditional meat […]

February 19, 2018 (No Comments) by Amy Meegan

Laughter’s the best medicine; trust me, it’s science. Research examining the effects of laughing has shown that regular bursts of chuckling can benefit our heart health, our mental health and our relationships. So get rid of those negative-craic people in your life, get out there and have a good laugh! But I suppose you’re wondering – “where do I go to get my good laugh?”. Well, wonder no more, we at The Sharpe have got you covered. Vicar Street Synonymous with comedy gigs in Dublin and intimate music shows, Vicar Street in Dublin’s Liberties is a must if you’re planning a comedy night out. Over the next couple of weeks, […]

February 11, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Valentine’s day can be stressful when you want to make it perfect for that special someone. So many romantic possibilities to choose from. No need to worry as this list will outline the eight most romantic ways to spend Valentine’s Day in Dublin this Year! 1. Jump Zone Get your heart’s pumping and bring your other half on an exciting adventure to Jump Zone. A whole room filled entirely with trampolines and you get to tumble and jump around together for hours. Afterwards you can relax with a tasty dinner. An intimate and creative way to spend the day with your partner. There is a Jump Zone located in both […]

February 3, 2018 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny

The January blues are well and truly behind us and with spring finally here, it brings us to yet another fresh line up of local acts gigging in the capital this February. One very special act that will be performing soon is singer-songwriter Kevin Casey, who The Sharpe had the privilege of interviewing last November. You can check out that that interview in full right here. We have a variety of genres and musicians picked out to suit all interests this month. So if you’re heading for a night on the town – keep an eye out for one of these great gigs! 5) O Emperor Kicking things off with a bang, we have five Indie-Rockers from Waterford known […]

January 28, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Brunch has become the new eating trend in Ireland over the last few years, and why not? Who wouldn’t want to wake up late and have a sumptuous meal that combines both breakfast and lunch. Sometimes you can be too busy to even think about breakfast so a weekend brunch is the perfect opportunity to meet up with friends and eat well. Luckily for anyone in Dublin, there is an unbelievable number of choices, let’s dig in! 1. San Lorenzo’s One of Dublin’s busiest brunch spots. It serves anything you could dream of having for a late breakfast. Anything from their infamous Coco Pop French toast, to lobster eggs Benedict […]

January 20, 2018 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny

If there is one New Year’s resolution that you are guaranteed never to regret, it is looking after yourself and taking the time to maintain a healthy body and mind. We live in a world that is becoming increasingly pressurised and it’s easy to neglect our mental and physical wellbeing as a result. Thankfully there will be plenty of special events set up around the country this year that can help everyone to hone these skills. The events differ greatly to cater for everyone so there can be no excuses! Check out some of the top health and wellbeing events on offer in 2018 and make minding yourself a guilt-free […]

January 11, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

January can feel like a daunting month for some after the festivities of Christmas. So, to calm those January blues, we are bringing you a range of great Irish festivals this January. Whether you fancy some delicious vegan food, an afternoon of anime or music in the moonlight, there’s plenty of ways to kick off the new year with a bang. If you want to start your 2018 in style, be sure to try out some of these festivals over the next few weeks. 1. Akumakon Akumakon is an anime and manga convention taking place in Galway. Taking place at NUIG in Galway, this festival has plenty of exciting events coming […]

January 3, 2018 (No Comments) by Alannah Kenny

You guessed it, it’s that time of year once again – the unavoidable January blues have arrived. With Christmas now only a fading memory and the New Year in full swing, the celebrations have nearly come to an end. If spirits are low this month, a great cure can be found in the capital with some cracking shows on the way. There are fantastic gigs in Dublin this January, including a huge tribute show in Whelan’s and some great local names ready to entertain. So if you still can’t decide on that New Year’s resolution, supporting home-grown talent in 2018 is certainly a good place to start! 5) The Avant […]

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