St Patrick’s Day; March 17: Packed pubs, thumping street parades and busy bar staff mark this annual spring celebration, when Dublin becomes the world’s focal point for St Paddy’s Day.
Bloomsday Festival; June: One for the literature lovers, this annual festival celebrates the work of James Joyce with readings, performances and more. The event revolves around Thursday 16 June 1904, the day depicted by Joyce in his novel ‘Ulysses’.
Dublin Fringe Festival; September: Ireland’s leading multi-disciplinary arts festival takes over the city for 16 days in a major celebration of theatre, dance, music and much more.
What to do in Dublin
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