Things to do in Dublin; Hunter's Weekend Picks

As if you needed reminding it's a loooooooooong weekend and we're a little bit excited.  So.Bring.It.On!   Event: Interlude FestivalScreen Shot 2015-10-23 at 11.28.35 The inaugural INTERLUDE festival takes place this weekend at The RHA  Ely place. It's a three-day music, movie and art event spread between seven of the galleries impressive rooms, and outdoor courtyard. The Cabaret Cinema will feature a selection of music-focused movies,  including Talking Heads cult classic "Stop making Sense". The eclectic music  line up includes; Billy Scurry, Get Down Edits, RSAG, The Reflex, Little X's for Eyes,  Ashley Beadle, Justin Robertson and lots more. Tickets and more info here:   Movie: The Queen of Ireland  What an an amazing, life affirming, history making, couple of years it's been for Rory O'Neill aka Panti. This feature length documentary gets the right blend of entertainment,  emotion and social commentary to tell the story of how a boy from Ballinrobe became a giant cartoon woman,  before becoming an accidental hero and national treasure! Go see it.  In selected cinemas nationwide now.     Family Fun: Tayto Park  The Tayto Park ‘House of Horrors’ is back again this Halloween and promises to be bigger, better, gorier and bloodier than ever before! The Lodge at Tayto Park is, transformed into a terrifying and spine-chilling experience .  Be warned this isn't for the faint hearted and is recommended for people 14 years and over - though any Under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult. The after-hours events (including roller coaster ride in the dark! ) will run from 6pm til 9pm from October 27 to October 30. There's also a Day Time House of Horrors which is recommended for children over 8 years old. Verdy Scardey. More info here: