Weekend Event Guide
Dirt Birds Live – Whale Theatre, Greystones
Ireland’s answer to Sex & The City, internet sensation the Dirt Birds are landing in Greystones for their first headline show here. It’s the show that will have you in stiches, so its a show not to be missed— if you know what’s good for ya.
Sing for Syria with The Brittas Bay Singers – Wicklow Sailing Club, Wicklow Town – 8pm
The Brittas Bay Singers will sing a joyful selection of modern songs at Wicklow Sailing Club. They are kindly donating the admission fee to Wicklow Syria Appeal. Come along to hear their wonderful renditions of Fields of Gold, Rhythm of Life, Hallelujah and many more. Tickets €10
BYOB Bowling – Diamond Bowl, Wicklow Town – 9pm-10:45pm
€10 for 3 hours of bowling, pool & arcade games. Bring Your Own Beer (or wine, cider, champagne!)Over 18’s only. ID required.
Aughrim Town & Country Market —The Pavillion, Aughrim Town – 10am-2pm
Stalls include meat, vegetables, cakes, eggs, plants, pottery, woodturning, knitwear, jam & even a tea/coffee area! Lots of local growers & craftspeople. Free Admission.
Film Screening: Condemned to Remember – Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray – 8pm
Bergen-Belsen survivor Tomi Reichental has embarked on a lifelong quest to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive so that its horrors will never be repeated. Now Tomi symbolically celebrates his 80th birthday in a Dublin mosque and embarks on an epic journey across a Europe in turmoil. Tickets €8 or €6.50 for concessions.
Wicklow Record and CD Fair – The Grand Hotel, Wicklow Town – 11am-5pm
There will be 1000’s of records and cd’s for sale, new and used, covering nearly every musical genres. This event is FREE admission.
Live Screening: Bolshoi Ballet Live: The Lady of Camellias – Whale Theatre, Greystones – 2:30pm
The Bolshoi stage brings choreographer John Neumeier’s work of rare beauty and tragic depth to new emotional heights, accompanied by Chopin’s romantic piano score. Tickets €20 or €17.50 for concessions.