Planning a night out with work colleagues and/or friends? There is not many better nights out than a night at the dogs. Nothing beats the excitement of greyhound racing, and some of the most exciting greyhound fixtures of the year take place right at Harold’s Cross. Within easy access from The Lucan Spa Hotel, Harold’s Cross feature both bar and restaurant areas to enjoy the action. Visit their website here for all details and dates.
Frank McCourt’s memoir ANGELA’S ASHES comes to the Bórd Gáis Energy Theatre in a major musical adaptation. This classic story tells the tale of a young boy growing up in poverty-stricken Limerick City is accentuated with the haunt full scoring, adding to the emotional impact through the use of song and melody.
Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will play Italian side Sampdoria in one of their final pre-season games before the start of another trophy-chasing season. This game is a chance for fans to see the likes of Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford, Juan Mata and new signing Victor Lindelöf in action before the start of the 2017/18 season ahead. If you are lucky to have tickets and are travelling up for the game, why not make book your accommodation at The Lucan Spa Hotel.
Dublin’s Rock'n'Roll Half Marathon starts in the Dockland’s area and finishes at The Phoenix Park and takes in lots of Dublin’s sights in between. The race features live local bands along the course, providing a unique soundtrack to your race and adding to the tremendous atmosphere of the day. Registration for the race is available at http://www.runrocknroll.com/dublin/the-races/distances/.
Celtic Woman will bring their “Voice of Angels” tour to Dublin for one night only on Saturday 2nd September. Performing in the 3Arena, the global chart topping phenomenon will be accompanied by a number of talented musicians and dancers to recreate the high energy Celtic-empowered performances that have made them famous worldwide. Don’t miss this hugely anticipated night and make sure to book your accommodation in Dublin early for this very busy weekend.
The pinnacle of the game of hurling takes place on Sunday 3rd September at Croke Park. With the race for Liam McCarthy still all to play for this year and with last year’s finalists Tipperary and Kilkenny already suffering provincial defeats, this year’s championship could be the most unpredictable one in years. If your county make the final, make sure to book overnight accommodation at The Lucan Spa Hotel.
The biggest event of the GAA Football calendar takes place this year on Sunday 17th September. With last year’s champions Dublin still raging hot favourites, can any of the chasing pack conquer the blue army and lift the Sam Maguire Cup? If your county make the final, make sure to book overnight accommodation at The Lucan Spa Hotel.