Things to do in Dublin; Hunter's Weekend Picks

So Spring has finally sprung and there's quite a lot to get happy about this weekend, we've got something for everyone; movie & music lovers,  foodies, fitness fanatics and even couch potatoes. But before all that.....his name is Prince and he is funky.   Movie & Music : Purple Rain Okay let's be honest - acting is not Prince's forte but y'know- musical genius!! and this simple tale allows his royal badness to showcase some amazing tunes including the 8 minutes slow burning, emo joy of the title track. It all kicks off at 8pm in the Sugar Club and ticket holders will gain free entry into  R&B group KING (no relation)  debut Irish live performance- the all girl trio are twins Paris and Amber Strother and Anita Bias, not only can they sing, they also write and produce their own material. Here's a taster on what to expect:   Fitness: Bray 10km Cliff Run  If you're feeling energetic on Saturday you could partake in the unique evening 10Km run along the picturesque cliff path from Greystones to Bray or you could just stay put on the couch and watch trash TV on TLC, currently hooked on "Married by Mum and Dad". Anyhow, it's totally your decision.  We won't judge. More info below on 10k Run below: Shot 2016-04-01 at 11.42.25   Foodies: Smithfield Food Fair Calling all Foodies - get yourself down to the launch of the Smithfield Food Fair tomorrow Saturday from 11am - 6pm at Generator Dublin, featuring over 20 food traders, Pop Up Yoga from YogaHub, massage therapists, talks, screenings and  tunes from This Greedy Pig More info here:   Clubbing: Fish Go Deep Greg Dowling and Shane Johnson have been playing records in their hometown of Cork for more than twenty years. Throughout the 1990s their residency at Sir Henry's introduced a generation of Irish clubbers to house music and played host to some of the biggest names on the underground circuit. They play Tengu this Saturday- and they're also responsible for this house classic.