Free events in Dublin this August!

Ireland is made for broke backpackers – simply because there is always sometime you can do, completely free of charge! We like to think you are saving your money for worldly cultural pursuits, but if you just want to drink¬†more beer, that’s OK with us as well ūüôā

Secret @ Science gallery (Trinity College)

Our favorite free gallery has a new exhibit, this time exploring the future of surveillance, espionage and privacy.  You can tell them your secrets and they will shared with the world, anonymously, of course. Or upload them here

Science gallery is a must visit in any case, so go on, your secret is safe with us!

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Taming of the Shrew @ Iveagh Gardens

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Enjoy a dreamlike evening of riveting drama set against the stunning natural backdrop of the Iveagh Gardens and all of this for free! Fortune’s Fool Productions promises us a raucous performance with this controversially misogynistic Shakespearan comedy. Event is set only 10 minutes walk from our hostel in Temple Bar, and you absolutely need to go and explore this! Dublin comes to its best on a long evenings, pink skies and awesome plays!

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iStreet Photography Exhibition Dublin @ Sol Gallery

Street Photographers from Ireland and around the world as chosen by International Judges Rinzi Ruiz L.A. and Thomas Leuthard Switzerland will Exhibit @ Sol Gallery Dawson Street Dublin from Friday 14th – 27th August from novice to experienced Street Photographers!

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Free Yoga @ Stephens Green Park

Great guys at YogaHub are running free yoga sessions every Saturday, 11 am at Bandstand in St Stephens Green! These sessions are donation based and all money goes to charities, so if you are looking for a good stretch, make sure to get down next Saturday morning!

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Opera in the open @ Woodquay Amphitheater 

Just minutes away from Barnacles Temple Bar Hostel you will find WoodQuay Рso go on and escape every Thursday this August between 1 and 2 pm! French operas are flavor of the month, Take this opportunity to find out more about French Opera and relax on the grass in the leafy surrounds of some of Dublin’s hidden gems. The Amphitheatre is located just off Wood Quay and is easily accessible from Winetavern Street, which runs up to Christ Church Cathedral.

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