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No. 259 | 01 June 2012

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Hi all!

I love bank holiday weekends! An extra day of the day job that can be used to enjoy events, how great is that! :-)
The weekend is busy and I think I found an event for virtually everybody. Now it is up to you to make use of all the offers that are out there. I will have a busy weekend, but that is not a complaint at all. Instead it is the great sign that the outdoor season is starting. Next week there will be the Gospel Rising Festival in Bray (www.gospelrising.com) and on 24-27 May the Dublin City Soul Festival (soul.ie/), one of my most favourite festivals, will be back.

With soo much happening in the coming weeks, I will keep my eye on all these free events, but that means I can not focus on spreading the word about the Dublin Event Guide much. That’s where you come in! I need you to helpor help a bit more if you already told a number of people.

The Dublin Event Guide Community is growing every week, but lately there are 5-10 unsubscribes because people are moving away from Ireland. I sometimes get the most heart wrenching mails where a number of times people told me “Please don’t send me the Dublin Event Guide anymore, I love it, but I had to leave Ireland and everytime I get the newsletter, I get homesick.” Tough times for some! But all in all it is a worthwhile experience to work abroad for a while if you grew up in Ireland and for people from other countries, it sometimes just brings forward some plans about going back that were there anyway.
Now, if people have to unsubscribe, this means that I need MORE new subscribers to compensate. Please help!

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Feel good slot

The “Feel Good Slot” at this place in the Dublin Event Guide is to share some inspirational, motivational or thought provoking quotes, stories or video clips. You wonder why I added this section to this e-zine? If your week was great, you might not need it, but most of us had some challenging moments in the last week and this section is for the people that want to remind that despite all, life is great and it is important to be alive!

This week’s Feel Good Slot is about an amazing Irish girl. 16 year old Joanne O’Riordan from Cork was born without arms or legs and last week she was speaking in front of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), an UN organisation, about her challenges and how she overcomes them. Spend a few minutes to read her full speech here: www.itu.int/en/action/women/Pages/riordan-speech.aspx In December of last year she was on RTE’s Late Late Show, and the video clip is here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=R97hDC4hwEs What an amazing girl!


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All events listed in this Event Guide are free of any admission charges (or at least appear to be free) unless otherwise stated. I try to find confirmation in all cases and do my best to double-check the information. However errors can happen and therefore no promise for correctness can be given.


Joergs Picks

This section is intended to provide some help in picking and choosing from the huge number of events by sharing with you what I will/might or would do. This is not a “best of…” list and if an event is not listed here, it by no means implies that the event is not interesting. Instead my “picks” are just based on my personal preferences. All events mentioned here are described in detail further down.

Because a lot of people leave Dublin either to go home elsewhere in Ireland or to leave the country for holidays, bank holiday weekends are often not very busy with regards to events. This weekend is different and you should definitely be able to easily find something to do.

I will have some Krav Maga (self-defence) training this Saturday (www.kravmagaireland.com), so I won’t get a chance to do much then, but if I had time, I would go to the “Physics High Flyer” event and to the Crypt Craft Market. In the evening I might go to the Bray Jazz Festival, but unfortunately I will miss the Mexican Cinco the Mayo Fiesta in Dun Laoghaire.

On Sunday I plan to go to the Vintage Fair in the Food Co-op and to Art in Action in Phoenix Park. If you want to go to a gig, check out the Workman’s Club gig and the Independent Rock film screening plus live music in the Button Factory.

On Monday Art in Action is on the plan if I don’t make it on Sunday and I haven’t been in Ikea for a while, so you might find me there.

Tuesday is the day for the Milk & Cookies Stories in the Exchange, an event that is already popular and is attracting even more and more people.

On Wednesday the Temple Bar Cultural Trust is inviting to a whole variety of events Europe Day and some are really interesting and finally on Thursday, I would love to go to the TCD discussion about “Greed and the Crisis”. But next week I will be at Gospel Rising in Bray, so I probably need to start the Event Guide a bit earlier.

A nicely filled schedule for the week! :-)


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The Temple Bar Cultural Trust (TBCT) in co-operation with the Sunday Times have put together a great Outdoor Film Festival on Meeting House Square in Temple Bar. It will run from 10 May until 14 June and will see a popular movie being screened every Thursday night (Gates 21:45, Film Starts: 22:15). All tickets are free and can be booked online, but you can imagine that they are hot! ;-) As soon as they become available, they are snapped up and once booked out, you will neither get to enjoy the screening nor the complimentary hot chocolate and popcorn which you get on arrival. So, note the list for the upcoming screenings below and put the relevant dates in your calendar!
The first movie on 10 May is “The Wizard of Oz”. It is completely booked out, but the nice people from the Temple Bar Cultural Trust kept one pair of the very much in demand tickets for a competition in the Dublin Event Guide.
If you want to win this last (and priceless ;-) ) pair of tickets, you have to send a mail to dublineventguide@gmail.com with WIZARD in the subject line and with your name and mobile phone number in the body of the mail. Your mail has to be with me by 12:00 on Tuesday 08 May.
The schedule of all movie screenings is:
10 May: The Wizard of Oz [BOOKED OUT]
17 May: Pulp Fiction (tickets available from this Sunday 06 May)
24 May: Amelie (tickets available from Sunday 13 May)
31 May: The Maltese Falcon (tickets available from Sunday 20 May)
07 June: Aliens (tickets available from Sunday 27 May)
14 June: Raiders of the Lost Ark (tickets available from Sunday 03 June)
More information can be found here templebar.ie/Event/OutDoorFilmFesta nd you can book tickets directly on entertainment.ie/tickets/meeting-house-square.asp


If you are interested in Gospel Music and especially if you are or would like to get involved actively, this is a Must Go event! The Gospel Rising Music Festival (www.gospelrising.com) is taking place for the third years and after Ennis and Portlaoise where the festival towns. This year it is taking place in our neighbourhood in Bray. From Fri 11 – Sun 13 May, Bray is the Gospel Capital of Ireland and Gospel Rising is one of the first music festivals of the season.
“Gospel Rising” is a combination of free gospel choir gigs and non-free high quality workshops, giving everyone the chance to experience gospel choir singing.
This years workshops are all listed on www.gospelrising.com/workshop-details.html and even if you have never sung before or are not in a Gospel Choir you can take part and enjoy. Topics and areas that are covered are to improve your soloist skills and styles, join in with large group workshops, experience gospel styles like Contemporary Gospel or Barbershop, and the choreography style this year will be based on the TV show, Glee. You can choose the workshops you like.
There are still some weekend ticket available (EUR 60) and there will be free Gospel Concerts on Friday and Saturday. More details will be included here next week, but in the meantime you can find them on www.gospelrising.com
The organisers have made 2 Weekend Tickets available for a competition and I will inform the winners over this weekend and will announce their names next week.
www.gospelrising.com and www.facebook.com/groups/361605296569


On Thurs 03 May Don Luis Molinar, an international teacher of Toltec Mastery, gave an introductory talk on Toltec Self Mastery. Don Luis Molinar is a Master teacher in the Toltec tradition, an ancient path of self awareness and knowledge from Mexico. The Toltec teaching is not a religion but a system of self awareness, of living life from a place of heart and love and getting past the limited patterns and conditionings we all hold. The Toltecs believe that we are dreaming all the time, whether asleep or awake, and that we have the power to change that dream from fear to love in any moment, to create a new dream of happiness and fulfilment for ourselves, our families and our communities. The winner of a pair of tickets to his talk “Stalking the Emotional Self” was won by Christa Large! Congratulations!  Contact 087 6899211 or visit www.ToltecHeartWisdom.com for further details.

More competitions

There are a few competitions in the pipeline, so there will be more next week, but if you know someone who would like to get the word out about a product they are selling, put them in contact with me. Ticket competitions are great, but it would be nice to have a few more product competitions too. You can reach me on dublineventguide@gmail.com


Dublin news


Did you see Molly Malone all covered up in a pretty gold garment? And maybe you saw other changes in Grafton Street that puzzled you? It was all part of an Art project and you can see a picture and read some explanation here ;thedailyedge.thejournal.ie/puzzling-picture-of-the-day-438352-May2012/


The Funky Seomra (www.facebook.com/FunkySeomra) is the trendsetter for the alcohol and d rug-free nights of dancing (next event on 19 May), but now there is a suitor stepping up and you have even more opportunities to go out for a night of dance and music in an alcohol free environment. “The Dance” will start this Saturday (05 May) in Ranelagh (Dublin 6). All details are here www.facebook.com/events/398783580155270/) Both alcohol-free dances are not free and the admission charge is the price you have to pay for this different type of entertainment.


Check out the moon this weekend! It is bigger and brighter than usual and if we have a clear sky on Saturday night, you can enjoy this full moon even more than normally. The reason for the bigger size is because the moon is as close to the Earth as it gets (on its elliptical orbit). More information is provided by Astronomy Ireland here: astronomy.ie/supermoon.php


The Bealtaine Festival continues. It is a full month of events for the older age group and uses the theme “celebrating creativity as we age” this year. Estimates are that over 120,000 people will take part in Bealtaine. “From dance to cinema, painting to theatre, Bealtaine showcases the talents and creativity of both first-time and professional older artists. …” There is a vast amount of events and the big contribution of the Public Libraries makes this event even a bigger success.
I have some event included again this week, but for more details you should check bealtaine.com/ and www.dublincitypubiclibraries.ie or have a look at the schedule here


This is unfortunately not an event in Dublin, but this week the Bray Jazz Festival with a whole range of free events will take place and for the people that want even more Jazz, you can directly be part of the “New Orleans Jazz Fest”. From 04-06 May YouTune will live-stream the festival. It all starts today (Friday) at 14:00 CDT, which should be (if I calculated right) 20:00 in Ireland. Go to www.youtube.com/jazzfest


In order to beat an economic downturn not governments can help, but individuals are needed that take the initiative and create new markets and new opportunities for themselves and for their customers and hopefully employees. The Dublin Event Guide (for Free Events) will help you if you have recently started a company and if you could do with spreading the word. Being mentioned here and being seen by the 10,000+ readers of the Dublin Event Guide should help to kick start something big for you. In return I expect you to tell your clients and friends about the Event Guide and once you have made a nice bit of money, a donation would be very much appreciated. ;-) (This offer is for start-ups in relatively early stages only. Established companies can contact me regarding very affordable advertisement options in the Dublin Event Guide.) If you want to promote your start-up/young company here for free, let me know: dublineventguide@gmail.com.


Based on your feedback, I have decided to do the following with the Exhibition section in this newsletter from now on: I will provide you with a link to a near-comprehensive listing of exhibitions provided by www.visualartists.ie . For me to list all exhibitions would only be doubling their good work and would be an inefficient use of my resources. The link is visualartists.ie/category/listings/dublin/

On top of that I will every now and then include here a small selection of exhibitions that either are not mentioned in the Visual Artist listing or are note-worthy to be mentioned separately.


Thurs 10 May – Sat 30 June: Mon-Thurs: 14:00-19:00, Sat: 10:00-14:00, Closed Fri, Sun, bank holidays. – Instituto Cervantes, Lincoln House, Lincoln Place (near National Gallery), Dublin 2.
Bullfighting, flamenco, tapas, siesta, sunshine…Is this the perception of Spain abroad? – The Instituto Cervantes Dublin introduces the work of a variety of contemporary artists who are portraying a reality that questions stereotypes and clichés of Spanish culture. Some of these works represent a social criticism of problems experienced in Spain at present: housing, unemployment, immigration and emigration amongst others. Artists are Alicia Framis, María Cañas, Monu & No Es, UHF, C.A.S.I.T.A., Greta Alfaro, Left Hand Rotation, Derivart.
An opening reception takes place on Thurs 10 May from 18:00. dublin.cervantes.es/FichasCultura/Ficha82076_16_2.htm


Fri 04 – Sun 20 May: 10:00-17:00 – Farmleigh House, Castleknock side of Phoenix Park, Dublin 15
Zelouf+Bell are inviting to a Retrospect of award-winning custom furniture, celebrating two decades making useful, beautiful things. From sleek dining tables to screen panels and exotic desks, zelouf+BELL are showing their beautiful things in Farmleigh for 2 weeks. Farmleigh is open for the duration of this exhibition. Admission is free. zeloufandbell.com
Farmleigh House is used for official government business an is therefore sometimes closed for visitors. For that reason you should check www.farmleigh.ie or ring in advance 01 8155 900 to avoid that the door is closed.


Cian O’S. tells me that 40 Sculpture and Media students in NCAD are inviting to a sculpture exhibition “Us and them”. It will take place in the Dlight Studios, 46 North Clarence St, Dublin 1. It will run from 10-13 May with an opening event on 10 may at 18:00 and a closing event on 13 May at 18:00. Admission is free and all are welcome.

Friday   01 Jun

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Jazz Night – Radisson

Weekly Music event,   18:30 – 21:00, Fri 01 Jun

Radisson Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 2

At this Jazz Evening in the Radisson Hotel in Golden Lane, different performers are entertaining every week: 30 Mar: Dorota Konczewska, 06 Apr: Closed, 13 Apr: Johnny Taylor, 20 Apr: Michael MacLennan, 27 Apr: Cary Posavitz, 04 May: Shabela Rabaza, 11 May: Kristina G, 18 May: Stella Bass

Live music

Weekly Music event,   21:30, Fri 01 Jun

Ruairi Maguires Bar & Organic Kitchen, Pembroke District, Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum

Live music every Friday to Sunday from 21:30 at Ruairi Maguires Bar & Organic Kitchen, in Dundrum Town Centre.

Sometimes the line-up is listed on their facebook page, sometimes not.


Saturday   02 Jun

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Live music

Weekly Music event,   21:30, Sat 02 Jun

Ruairi Maguires Bar & Organic Kitchen, Pembroke District, Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum

Live music every Friday to Sunday from 21:30 at Ruairi Maguires Bar & Organic Kitchen, in Dundrum Town Centre.

Sometimes the line-up is listed on their facebook page, sometimes not.


Thursday   07 Jun

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Dublin Writers’ Forum

Weekly Literature event,   19:30, Thu 07 Jun

Loft Bookshop, Twisted Pepper, 54 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1

The Dublin Writers’ Forum welcomes writers of all genres, of all ages and all levels of experience. Founded and facilitated by writers Liz McSkeane and Anne Tannam, DWF is an open group of writers who share a common passion for all things literary. It is a safe ‘working space’ where on a weekly basis writers can bring their work to be critiqued by other writers.


Events Coming Up


Sat 12 + Sun 13 May: RDS Serpentine Hall
Going by the 2 km long queue outside the RDS for the recent Working abroad exhibition, it seems that Job Expos are the biggest crowd magnet lately. The upcoming Job Expo will be big and is free, so be prepared for a VERY busy Serpentine Hall at the RDS.
If you are looking for employment in Ireland or abroad? Investigating your emigration options? Want to start your own business? Need to improve your CV and interview skills? Thinking of pursuing postgraduate study? Then come to the Jobs Expo 2012. Admission is free, but it is suggested that you register for your e-ticket to avoid the queues. Leading employers, recruitment agencies, postgraduate course providers, information services and career guidance professionals will be there to give advise and help. www.jobsexpo.ie


Sat 12 + Sun 13 May: The Merrion Hotel, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2
Opera Theatre Company present Bach’s Coffee Cantata. More than eighty opera companies in Europe and beyond will celebrate European Opera Day on 12 & 13 May. Opera Theatre Company is representing Ireland in this initiative, and in
partnership with The Merrion Hotel, will be welcoming audiences to join them for three performances of Bach’s Coffee Cantata. The cast includes soprano Anna Brady, baritone Nathan Morrison and tenor Eoin Hynes.
The event is free bit ticketed. Tickets for the performance on Sat 12 May (19:30) or on Sun 13 May (14:30 & 18:30) can be booked here coffeecantata.eventbrite.ie/www.opera.ie/productions-1/bachs-coffee-cantata


Thurs 19 Apr-24 May: 18:30-20:00 – Central Library, Ilac Shopping Centre, Henry Street, Dublin 1
Dublin City Libraries in association with the Dublin City Enterprise Board are announcing a series of lectures entitled “Start and Grow Your Own Business”, aimed at current small business owners/managers or people that want to start a new business. The six lectures are
19 April An Introduction to Self Employment
26 April Ideas Generation & Market Research
03 May Financing Your Business
10 May Digital Marketing and Social Media
17 May Ethnic Entrepreneurship
24 May Business Planning Structure
Admission to the lectures is free, but you have to book and to to reserve a place for the complete programme or for an individual lecture, contact the Business Information Centre in the Central Library on 01 873 3996 or businesslibrary@dublincity.ie

This is odd

Please note: This section contains observations taken from the world I live in that strike me as odd. I express my personal opinion and you might not share it. If you are easily offended by opinions that are not identical with your own, please don’t read this
section. ;-)

Sean Quinn was one of Ireland’s most successful business people…until he went bankrupt. In 2008 he was the ri chest person in Ireland with an estimated EUR 4.7 bn, 2011 he was bankrupt. He once owned the Quinn Group, which offered Financial Services, Insurances for Car, Home and Health and himself and his family owned at some stage 15% or even 25% of the Anglo Irish Bank. If you want to read more about his life and businesses you can do that here en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Se%C3%A1n_Quinn
The odd thing is that he now said he was unaware of the corporate structures set up to hold international property assets for his children despite the fact that he swore a document during his bankruptcy proceedings in Northern Ireland outlining those structures. If you read about his conduct and his statements in front of the High Court, you wonder he was just a lucky “wheeler and dealer” and was successful despite his ignorance or if he is just trying to outsmart the court with a performance that is more like acting dumb to get away with dodgy stuff to avoid a possible jail sentence. It seems he had not much clue about what was happening in his company:
www.rte.ie/news/2012/0503/sean-quinn-denies-knowing-corporate-structures.html and www.independent.ie/business/irish/quinn-close-to-tears-as-he-tells-of-anglos-underhand-takeover-3096841.html


Can someone please tell the weather gods that May is meant to be one of the warmest and best-weather months in Ireland!? With night temperatures forecasted to be 2 degrees on Saturday, it seems that the winter-ish climate continues for another while. Irish weather is something I will NEVER get used to, but after living here for a long time, you find ways (mainly warm clothes and umbrellas all year through!) to enjoy the outdoor events anyway! :-)

Have an event-ful weekend,

Take care,


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