Things to do in Dublin; Hunters Weekend Picks!

This weekend it's all about the soundtrack to our youth and some obligatory seasonal festivities, pressies and goodies!   Music: The Happy Mondays @ Vicar St, Friday 11th December. This is the Happy Mondays' second date in Vicar Street, they played last night with reports that Bez missed the gig due to illness, no word on whether he'll take to the stage tonight.  They'll be performing  Pills n Thrills and Bellyaches in it's entirely. The Mondays' seminal album, was released in 1990 via Tony Wilson’s Factory Records and was produced by Paul Oakenfold & Steve Osbourne and in our humble opinion is still one of the  greatest to ever come out of the Manchester music scene.  Tickets might well be sold out for tonights gig by now but still worth a try.   Event: Dublin Flea Christmas Cracker Market Screen Shot 2015-12-11 at 10.33.40 This year's annual Market was supposed to take place in the old John Player cigarette factory on SCR but when the venue fell through it looked like the whole thing might go up in smoke. Thank goodness the good folk at the Point Village stepped in to save the day. This is the fifth year of the Dublin Flea Christmas Cracker Market, which has always been about supporting local independent traders at and offering the best selection of design, craft, vintage, second hand, up-cycled, down-cycled, and hand made gifts for Christmas. Its more than just a market, it’s a gathering of like minded people, friends and bargain hunters all looking for something different. Good vibes all round.   Event: Cuisine de France "Boulangerie de Noel" CDF Interior

Cuisine de France have opened their very own pop up shop "Boulangarie de Noel" in the former Marlowe Dry Cleaners premises on Georges Street, Dublin 2.

They've baked up something special and are inviting shoppers to experience the ambience of an authentic French Boulangerie and enjoy the aroma and taste of freshly baked festive treats in store.  Passers by are set to be impressed by the bespoke pop up store which will feature a charming French–style wooded interior and gorgeously displayed freshly baked Cuisine de France goods and bakery utensils.

Keep an eye on Cuisine de France Social media channels for some very special offers. They'll also be supplying a special delivery of breads each evening for Focus Ireland’s and Simon Community’s nightly soup runs.

Opening Hours:

Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri: 8am – 5:30pm

Thursday: 8am – 7.30pm

Sat/Sun: 10am – 5:30pm

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Facebook: /CuisinedeFranceIreland

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