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Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival — Friday-Sunday 22nd-24th February
It’s a superb weekend for movies! Returns for its 17th year with over 125 events and films including international features, short films & documentaries, as well as devoted children’s and young people’s programmes. Cineworld are showing an array of films as part of this festival including:
— Friday: The Third Wife at 6.15pm // Hotel Mumbai at 8.30pm
— Saturday: Dub Daze in 2pm // Maria by Callas at 6pm // Ballon 8.30pm
— Sunday: Yuli at 6pm // Everybody Knows at 6.10pm // The Hummingbird Project at 8.40pm
Movies are also being exhibited at Light House Cinema, the IFI and Odeon Point Village.
PYG presents Cromby & Colin Perkins in Pygmalion — Friday 22nd February, 7pm
Kickstart your weekend with a dual DJ whammy in PYG! Belfast native and Berlin-based DJ Cromby is coming to Dublin for a night of epic home music combined by Dubliner DJ Colin Perkins. Irishman Daire is also encouraging, with doorways out of 7pm and entrance fee is only €5. Expect remixes and music into all hours as you dance night away! 2 for 1 Pygtails are also available in addition to a range of delectable food.
CEAD Open Day in NCAD — Saturday 23rd February, 11am-2pm
For any artists out there, NCAD invites you to CEAD Part-Time Diploma in Art & Design and their Open Day for CEAD Certificate courses. Occurring in 11am-2pm, this is a fantastic first step for individuals seeking to further educate themselves.
This educational event is for all prospective and current art and design pupils who want to advance to diploma and certificate level via accredited research. Students and tutors from the courses will be available to talk and answer questions regarding the teaching and learning experience at CEAD. Open Day is FREE but registration is required.
Oscars Live Screening at TRAMLINE — Sunday 24th February, 10pm
If you’re a student of TUD, a Oscars live screening is being hosted by the DIT Film Society at TRAMLINE that Sunday. To celebrate the greatest film ceremonies, watch the Academy Awards in the heart of Dublin in your rags! The dress code is formal, a perfect chance to use 3 piece tuxedo or your red carpet gown! Entrance is €20 to get TUD (formerly DIT) students just , without the admission after midnight — please notice the entrance is through Hawking Street.
6 Nations 2019 Week 3 — Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th February
This year’s Six Nations Championships continues this weekend with the three matches:
— Saturday 2.15pm, France v Scotland
— Saturday 4.45pm, Wales v England
— Sunday 3pm, Italy v Ireland
In case you’re looking for at which to watch the French why not visit T.P. Smiths on Jervis St, The Bankers on Trinity St, The Hairy Lemon on Stephen St Lower, and the usuals of Café En Seine, Lemon & Duke at Royal Hibernian Way, Fade Street Social on Fade Street & Woolshed Baa on Parnell Street. All these serve excellent Guinness, beers & wine, as well as food that is delicious.