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Events Across Ireland This October

By theSharpeUser October 1, 2018 (No)
Liberty Insurance want to help you be Ready for the Real World. With the freedom and peace of mind that comes from being with Liberty Insurance, why not take off at the weekend and enjoy the many events happening across Ireland. October has Halloween and the long-awaited bank holiday weekend. And with so many fantastic events all around Ireland this month, you’ll have no shortage of spooky tricks and cultural treats to choose from. Here are some picks of the fun this month. Film, Food & Music Events Dingle Food Festival, Oct 5-7, various locations, Dingle, Kerry Feast your eyes – and your taste buds – on the culinary delights of […]

7 Acts You Need to Hear at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival

By Zuzanna Piasek September 9, 2018 (No)
Now in it’s second year, the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival kicks off in just a few weeks time and there is an unbelievable lineup set to deliver heaps of interesting discussions. It, all starts on the 26th of September and goes out with a blast on the 14th of October. Put simply, this festival will make fans of podcasts very happy. As you can imagine, there is a very wide and eclectic variety of podcast  choices available throughout the festival. If you’re unsure which act you’d like to see than look no more. We’re counting down seven acts you just have to see at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival. 7. […]

6 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This September

By Zuzanna Piasek September 3, 2018 (No)
As a massive summer of Irish festivals draws to a close, we’re checking out some of the biggest gigs in Dublin this month. If you thought that everything musical ended with Electric Picnic this past weekend, you would be sadly mistaken! With the kids back to school, you’ll have plenty of time to plan out an epic night of music in the capital. If you can’t find a babysitter, bring them with you, a pair of headphones may be advised too! There’s heaps of talent makings it’s way to our shores this September so let’s kick back, relax and see who’s coming to town! 1. Against the Current Against the […]

Events Across Ireland This September

By theSharpeUser September 1, 2018 (No)
The summer might be coming to an end but luckily September is one of the most fun-filled months of the year, with loads going on in every corner of Ireland. Here’s our pick of the best. August 31st – September 2nd: Electric Picnic, Stradbally, Co. Laois This festival is probably known to most people and this year the line-up is one of the best ever. Apart from world class music, the Laois based festival offers everything from comedy to theatre and interactive art and holistic health to world cuisine. https://www.electricpicnic.ie September 7th-9th: Waterford Harvest Festival, Waterford City, Co. Waterford A city wide festival celebrating food heritage and culture in Waterford. […]

Ready For The Real World – Events Across Ireland in August 2018

By theSharpeUser August 14, 2018 (No)
As part of their efforts to help motorists and home owners get Ready for the Real World and help them enjoy the best of the summer too. Liberty Insurance have shared a select list of events happening across Ireland this August. Galway Races The Galway Races are famously good craic, with crowds of over 150,000 spillling into one of the most interesting cities in Ireland. The Galway races are not just about the racing – there’s lots of music, great food, fashion and style and some serious people-watching too. Sunday is Mad Hatter’s Day at the races, and the fun gets bigger as the hats get wackier. Expect branches, flowers, […]

Fun Family Activities To Do In Wicklow

By Tahlia Peppard August 8, 2018 (No)
Wicklow is a county in Ireland which is just south of the capital, Dublin. The region is full of amazing scenery, lush green grass (much like the rest of Ireland) and views that no camera could do justice too. Wicklow comes from a background of rich heritage, friendly communities and a wide range of cultural and sporting activities for the whole family to enjoy. This brings me on to the topic of discussion for today; great family fun things to do in Wicklow. 1. Wicklow Fat Bike Adventures FatBike Adventures do guided fatbike tours through some of Ireland’s Ancient East’s most incredible scenery – beaches, bogs, forests, mountains and snow are […]

7 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This August

By Zuzanna Piasek August 3, 2018 (No)
The last of the summer months have arrived and we have got a heap of unbelievable local and international acts to tell you about. The even better news is that their all coming to Dublin over the next few weeks. We’ve got eight unbelievable acts to tell you about, all of which are sure to leave you wanting more. So get ready to say goodbye to summer with the best tunes and a banging night out or two! 1. Smokie & The Waterboys The Leopardstown festival kicked off almost 2 months ago now but continues on until Thursday the 16th of August. All summer Bulmers Live have been delivering a […]

Things to do in Ireland this Summer

By Tahlia Peppard July 9, 2018 (No)
Ah, Summer, the time for relaxation, parties, holidays, sun and much more is almost upon us, but I know that some of you may struggle with what to do in Ireland and have had many a summer where you basically do nothing (I can relate). Anyways, as summer is fast approaching and the weather is getting better, even if it’s only very slight, I’ll be giving you ideas of what you can get up to this summer all around Ireland. Hell and Back Killruddery Estate in Bray, County Wicklow – For those looking for a mental and physical challenge this summer Hell and Back is the country’s largest obstacle course […]

6 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This July

By Zuzanna Piasek July 1, 2018 (No)
There’s no better way to get your summer started than with some quality tunes! Whether you’ve just finished your exams or are taking a much needed holiday, you’ll always need good music to keep you company. So why not head out one evening with friends or family and celebrate the wide range of musical events happening in Dublin this July. We won’t delay you any longer in finding the perfect event to sip your cocktails to, here we go! 1. The Cadillac Three The Cadillac Three are an American southern rock group that were previously known as The Cadillac Black. All three members were originally part of the group American […]

Café Provence Malahide – Review

By Tahlia Peppard June 8, 2018 (No)
Anyone who’s anyone knows that Malahide is one of the most beautiful, calming places in Ireland and I, myself visit this area on a regular basis. In Malahide village there are extensive retail facilities and services including fashion boutiques, hair and beauty salons, florists, food outlets, and a small shopping centre. There is a wide selection of pubs (including Gibney’s, Fowler’s, Duffy’s and Gilbert and Wright’s) and restaurants and the Grand Hotel. All this is just a short walk away from the beach and on a lovely sunny day, you cant beat heading down to Malahide and basking in the ambience. However, I am not here to talk about Malahide and all its […]

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Events Across Ireland This October

By theSharpeUser October 1, 2018 (No)
Liberty Insurance want to help you be Ready for the Real World. With the freedom and peace of mind that comes from being with Liberty Insurance, why not take off at the weekend and enjoy the many events happening across Ireland. October has Halloween and the long-awaited bank holiday weekend. And with so many fantastic events all around Ireland this month, you’ll have no shortage of spooky tricks and cultural treats to choose from. Here are some picks of the fun this month. Film, Food & Music Events Dingle Food Festival, Oct 5-7, various locations, Dingle, Kerry Feast your eyes – and your taste buds – on the culinary delights of […]

7 Acts You Need to Hear at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival

By Zuzanna Piasek September 9, 2018 (No)
Now in it’s second year, the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival kicks off in just a few weeks time and there is an unbelievable lineup set to deliver heaps of interesting discussions. It, all starts on the 26th of September and goes out with a blast on the 14th of October. Put simply, this festival will make fans of podcasts very happy. As you can imagine, there is a very wide and eclectic variety of podcast  choices available throughout the festival. If you’re unsure which act you’d like to see than look no more. We’re counting down seven acts you just have to see at the 2018 Dublin Podcast Festival. 7. […]

6 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This September

By Zuzanna Piasek September 3, 2018 (No)
As a massive summer of Irish festivals draws to a close, we’re checking out some of the biggest gigs in Dublin this month. If you thought that everything musical ended with Electric Picnic this past weekend, you would be sadly mistaken! With the kids back to school, you’ll have plenty of time to plan out an epic night of music in the capital. If you can’t find a babysitter, bring them with you, a pair of headphones may be advised too! There’s heaps of talent makings it’s way to our shores this September so let’s kick back, relax and see who’s coming to town! 1. Against the Current Against the […]

Events Across Ireland This September

By theSharpeUser September 1, 2018 (No)
The summer might be coming to an end but luckily September is one of the most fun-filled months of the year, with loads going on in every corner of Ireland. Here’s our pick of the best. August 31st – September 2nd: Electric Picnic, Stradbally, Co. Laois This festival is probably known to most people and this year the line-up is one of the best ever. Apart from world class music, the Laois based festival offers everything from comedy to theatre and interactive art and holistic health to world cuisine. https://www.electricpicnic.ie September 7th-9th: Waterford Harvest Festival, Waterford City, Co. Waterford A city wide festival celebrating food heritage and culture in Waterford. […]

Ready For The Real World – Events Across Ireland in August 2018

By theSharpeUser August 14, 2018 (No)
As part of their efforts to help motorists and home owners get Ready for the Real World and help them enjoy the best of the summer too. Liberty Insurance have shared a select list of events happening across Ireland this August. Galway Races The Galway Races are famously good craic, with crowds of over 150,000 spillling into one of the most interesting cities in Ireland. The Galway races are not just about the racing – there’s lots of music, great food, fashion and style and some serious people-watching too. Sunday is Mad Hatter’s Day at the races, and the fun gets bigger as the hats get wackier. Expect branches, flowers, […]

Fun Family Activities To Do In Wicklow

By Tahlia Peppard August 8, 2018 (No)
Wicklow is a county in Ireland which is just south of the capital, Dublin. The region is full of amazing scenery, lush green grass (much like the rest of Ireland) and views that no camera could do justice too. Wicklow comes from a background of rich heritage, friendly communities and a wide range of cultural and sporting activities for the whole family to enjoy. This brings me on to the topic of discussion for today; great family fun things to do in Wicklow. 1. Wicklow Fat Bike Adventures FatBike Adventures do guided fatbike tours through some of Ireland’s Ancient East’s most incredible scenery – beaches, bogs, forests, mountains and snow are […]

7 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This August

By Zuzanna Piasek August 3, 2018 (No)
The last of the summer months have arrived and we have got a heap of unbelievable local and international acts to tell you about. The even better news is that their all coming to Dublin over the next few weeks. We’ve got eight unbelievable acts to tell you about, all of which are sure to leave you wanting more. So get ready to say goodbye to summer with the best tunes and a banging night out or two! 1. Smokie & The Waterboys The Leopardstown festival kicked off almost 2 months ago now but continues on until Thursday the 16th of August. All summer Bulmers Live have been delivering a […]

Things to do in Ireland this Summer

By Tahlia Peppard July 9, 2018 (No)
Ah, Summer, the time for relaxation, parties, holidays, sun and much more is almost upon us, but I know that some of you may struggle with what to do in Ireland and have had many a summer where you basically do nothing (I can relate). Anyways, as summer is fast approaching and the weather is getting better, even if it’s only very slight, I’ll be giving you ideas of what you can get up to this summer all around Ireland. Hell and Back Killruddery Estate in Bray, County Wicklow – For those looking for a mental and physical challenge this summer Hell and Back is the country’s largest obstacle course […]

6 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This July

By Zuzanna Piasek July 1, 2018 (No)
There’s no better way to get your summer started than with some quality tunes! Whether you’ve just finished your exams or are taking a much needed holiday, you’ll always need good music to keep you company. So why not head out one evening with friends or family and celebrate the wide range of musical events happening in Dublin this July. We won’t delay you any longer in finding the perfect event to sip your cocktails to, here we go! 1. The Cadillac Three The Cadillac Three are an American southern rock group that were previously known as The Cadillac Black. All three members were originally part of the group American […]

Café Provence Malahide – Review

By Tahlia Peppard June 8, 2018 (No)
Anyone who’s anyone knows that Malahide is one of the most beautiful, calming places in Ireland and I, myself visit this area on a regular basis. In Malahide village there are extensive retail facilities and services including fashion boutiques, hair and beauty salons, florists, food outlets, and a small shopping centre. There is a wide selection of pubs (including Gibney’s, Fowler’s, Duffy’s and Gilbert and Wright’s) and restaurants and the Grand Hotel. All this is just a short walk away from the beach and on a lovely sunny day, you cant beat heading down to Malahide and basking in the ambience. However, I am not here to talk about Malahide and all its […]

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