What’s on in Dublin this November
November is a great month in Dublin to experience some of what our fantastic city has to offer, before the busyness of December sets in. From the stage to the pitch, the library to the lab, there are a multitude of events on in the city this month. Here are a few top picks from our Glandore Dublin community team.
Dublin Book Festival
10 – 13 November
One of Ireland’s largest book festivals will take place over 4 days this year at the historic Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin. Stop by and check out the book readings, author interviews, workshops, and networking events. Mix and mingle with like-minded literature lovers by helping to celebrate Ireland’s authors and publishers.
Guinness Series: Ireland v Canada / New Zealand / Australia
12 / 19 / 26 November
The Autumn Internationals are upon us. A series of end-of-the-year matches, pairs up southern hemisphere teams (Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa) with European teams (England, France Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales). Ireland will start off the internationals this year in Chicago on the 5th of November, then we’ll see the boys in Green come back home to the Aviva Stadium, Dublin for their remaining matches.
Science Week Ireland
13 – 20 November
Science Week has quickly become one of Ireland’s most talked about events by both children and adults. With over 800 events and 10 festivals held throughout Ireland, something is guaranteed to peak your curiosity! There is set to be a series of shows and workshops taking place for the week in Dublin.
Run in the Dark
In 2010, Northern Irishman Mark Pollock, suffered a spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed. Instead of
giving up, Pollock inspired thousands to help in the funding to explore what can be done in spinal cord injury recovery. Every year on the 16th of November, 50 cities worldwide gather in the dark to run in support of finding a cure to paralysis. Join thousands of runners, departing from Custom House Quay in Dublin from 8pm.
24 – 26 November
There’s no better way to welcome in December and the Christmas season than by attending the world’s most famous Christmas ballet; The Nutcracker. Whether it’s your first exposure to classical music and ballet, The Nutcracker is guaranteed to become a favourite and the start of a great Christmas tradition with the family.