June will be a busy month for the residents of Dublin’s most vibrant urban village as the Stoneybatter Festival returns for its third year from Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 23.
Dead interesting Glasnevin cemetery museum guided tours
Hop on a bus to Glasnevin Cemetery – a seemingly unlikely place to visit but an absolute treasure trove of information about the history of Ireland.
There is one unique day celebrated in Dublin every year that has no real comparison anywhere else in the world. That day is known as Bloomsday and falls on June 16. Hundreds of people, maybe even a few thousand, stroll the streets of the city literally following in the footsteps of the stories contained in the pages of one of the most renowned books ever written; Ulysses by James Joyce.
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Turn of the Screw
To terrify Irish Audiences
Irish Trad Classic to Kick Off at the Gaiety
Riverdance will kick its way into the Gaiety Theatre from June 11 to September 15.
Putting the Cork in Corker of a concert
Cork’s Irish Independent Park, also known as Musgrave Park, will become a hub for live music for a week in June.
Cobh heritage center
The Queenstown story
Shandon Street Festival
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Donegal’s stunning sea cliffs
A signature point along the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal, Sliabh Liag mountain boasts the highest accessible coastline cliffs of Europe. Reaching almost 2,000 feet, they are almost three times taller than the Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare.
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