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Tuesday, 20th November, 2018 7:00pm

Dublin Gospel Choir

The Dublin Gospel Choir will perform a night of music and entertainment next Wednesday, November 14 for all the family to raise funds for Children with Cancer in aid of Friends of St. Luke’s Dublin. The performance takes place at Christ Church, Rathgar Village, Dublin 6 at 7.30pm.

Tea dance

A Tea Dance has been organised as part of Social Inclusion Week for the Active Retired living in South Dublin County Council. The Mayor of South Dublin County Council, Cllr Mark Ward, will officially open the Tea Dance at 4pm. This Tea Dance brings together volunteers and members of groups from all over the county. For further information contact: Adrienne Moloney, Social Inclusion Unit, Community Services Department, South Dublin County Council, on 086779 3429/01 414 9270

Album launch

Strand launch their debut album, ‘Can’t Trust the Rain’ in The Bello Bar, Portobello on Friday, November 16. Largely hailing from Dublin and fronted by singer and songwriter Niall Toner, this is a band with enough cumulative experience at the jagged coalface of Irish rock n’ roll to plug a large sonic wormhole. Doors open at 8pm.

Charlie & Me in East Wall

PS Productions presents ‘Charlie & Me’, a play by Catherine Barry, from Tuesday, November 27 to Saturday, December 1, at the Sean O'Casey Theatre, East Wall. 

Tickets cost €12 and €10 concessions/groups. For bookings, phone 01-8509000. Directed by Pat Sullivan, the play is based on the true story of one woman’s fight against addiction.

Table quiz

A fun table quiz in aid of St Francis Hospice takes place every Monday in the Estuary Pub, North Street, Swords, starting at 10pm. 

Now in its 18th year, the quiz has raised a staggering €190,000, all of which goes to the Hospice. Why not go along and enjoy the craic? It’s for a very good cause!

Christmas pop-up experience

Join GAFF Interiors for a Christmas pop-up experience like no other, this November 24-25 at Dublin’s Studio 10 on Wicklow Street.

Over the weekend, there’s an opportunity to swap the never-ending queues and panic-style frenzy synonymous with Christmas for an unforgettable, interactive shopping experience that will leave you feeling refreshed, relaxed and ready for all that December brings.

Sponsored by DFS, supported by Tesco Finest and in aid of Peter McVerry Trust, the Christmas pop-up experience is the perfect place to source unique, crafty gifts in a relaxed environment.

Shoppers get a lovely goodie bag sure to rival anything Santa will bring. Book a shopping slot (11.30am-2.30pm or 3-6.30pm either day) at or visit for more details.

Dublin Cat Fair

The Dublin Cat Fair is taking place at pin

Hilton Dublin Airport Hotel on Sunday, November 25, from 10am-5pm/

This is an educational and informative event for cat lovers to get the most up-to-date cat knowledge from industry experts.

Exhibitors will showcase products and services at various stalls on the day.

Cats aren’t allowed at the event and tickets must be bought in advance at

LauraLynn Memory Tree

The annual tree-lighting ceremony of the LauraLynn Memory Tree will take place on Sunday, November 25 from 3.30-5.30pm in the grounds of LauraLynn, Foxrock.

This special occasion promises to be a wonderful celebration of life and Christmas and the LauraLynn Memory Tree will be adorned with lights, honouring those we love this Christmas.

Ray D’Arcy will be MC and music will be performed by A Glór and the Symantec Choir, Hollypark Girls’ National School Choir, the Legato Singers and the LauraLynn Choir.

Red Suits

Dutch band ‘Red Suits’ will stop in Swords on their world tour for an evening of worship and praise.

The band will be appearing on Saturday, November 24 at Swords Baptist Church, the Riasc Centre, Feltrim Road, Swords at 7.30pm. Free entry.

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