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Published on 19-10-2017

Top events in London

While there are many events, festivals and celebrations in London and surrounding areas each year, there are a few that are stand out a bit more than the rest. If you do a little research, you are sure to find events you would like to attend and that appeal to you, but here are the top 10 events in London every year:

Published on 22-10-2015

Bram Stoker Festival in Dublin, Halloween´s prelude.

Did you know that the author of the acclaimed novel Dracula, was born in Dublin? Yes, Bram Stoker was born in Ireland´s capital and this year the city is honouring its fabulous writer. Between 23-26th of October, 4 hectic days of living stories will take over Dublin´s streets and venues. If you do not want to miss a thing, you better take a look at this agenda that we have elaborated with the highlights of Bram Stoker Festival:

Daytime events:

Maser: Smithfield will be the epicentre of the interactive installation made by Irish famous street artist, Maser. Inspired in Bram Stoker´s life and works, this piece will involve the local community as people are invited to collaborate in its construction.

Macnas tightlight procession: Macnas spirits will take over Dublin´s streets through impressive parades along 3 different routes. Take your position along with your family at 5:30 on 26th of October.

Stokerland: the gothic theme park will open its doors on the 25th for a day of macabre thrills where you can show off your fancy costume while watching the Mighty Gareth and Able Mabel performance.

Published on 02-10-2015

Oktoberfest hits London!

After Oktofest success in Munich, which attracted 3 million visitors, the world´s most famous beer festival is warming-up for its arrival to the Uk´s capital. Several venues around London are preparing to receive Oktoberfest and all of its pleasures: sausages, lederhosen (leather breeches) and Bavarian oompah bands.

Candem and Canary Wharf

These two venues will host a huge Bavarian tent during 4 weekends in a row where you can enjoy authentic German products: bratwurst, schnitzel and special beer. Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays will be free entrance, while Saturdays you may have to pay between £5-£10.

The Brewhouse

South Hackney will transform into Oktoberfest´s Munich with Bavarian beats, craft beer and everything you can find at the original version of this festival but with less crowds!

Published on 24-09-2015

Highlights in Ireland this autumn

Autumn might be the best season to discover Ireland, a country that glows thanks to the combination of its breath-taking nature and its vibrant nightlife.

Here are the highlights not to be missed:

Dublin Indian Film Festival

The 6th edition of this festival showcases the best of Indian films from old classis to new releases far beyond Bollywood. Various locations around Dublin will host this event, taking place from 25th to 27th of September with a free entrance!

Cork Folk Festival

Celebrated for 36 years this annual music festival, which takes place in Cork has become a European reference for folk and traditional Irish music. The city is taken over by this event with performances at concert halls, bars and on the streets. From 1stt till -4th October.