Events to drop in on, from food fairs to street danc­ing

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT - Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­


Bur­ren Slow Food Fes­ti­val

Miche­lin-Star chefs and food pro­duc­ers come to­gether in this cel­e­bra­tion of food, var­i­ous venues in the Bur­ren. Sat-Fri var­i­ous venues slow­food­

DUBLIN In­ter­na­tional Lit­er­a­ture Fes­ti­val Dublin

Amongst the au­thor read­ings and in­ter­views sits ‘Thought Sto­ries’, a de­bate on whether lit­er­a­ture can in­tro­duce phi­los­o­phy and crit­i­cal think­ing to school­child­ren, The Ark, Wed 6pm 15 ilt­

Bod­ies That Never Tire: The Whole City Must Dance/ The Whole City Must Bid

Cel­e­brat­ing the 150th an­niver­sary of the birth of WB Yeats, this in­clu­sive dance event en­cour­ages hip-hop, ballet, tap, jazz (and all points in be­tween) onto the streets to bid for Dublin to host the Euro­pean City of Cul­ture in 2020. Henry St, Thurs 8am

The Ha’Penny Flea Mar­ket

Ev­ery Satur­day, the eclec­tic stalls are set out for browsers and buy­ers alike. Choose vin­tage cloth­ing, vinyl records, retro fur­ni­ture, crafts, bricabrac, jew­ellery, books, etc. The Grand So­cial, Lower Lif­fey St (just North of the Ha’penny Bridge) Sat noon-6pm the­grand­so­

Dublin Food Co-Op Mar­ket

This week’s theme is bro­cante, with sec­ond-hand, re­fur­bished, an­tique and hand-crafted wares for homes and gar­dens. New­mar­ket Square, Sun 11am-5pm dublin­

The Peo­ple’s Park Mar­ket

Stroll by the sea and then have lunch in the park, cour­tesy of this popular out­door craft and food mar­ket, Peo­ple’s Park, Dun Laoghaire, Sun 11am-4pm

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