The Inexpensive Weekend Starts Here



Ross O’Mullanes’  weekly map of easy on the pocket weekend things to do, sponsored by Energia.

Ross writes:

We are all ears if your loyal readers have any suggestions for this, or next weekend that we can include…

G’wan the puppy party.

Cheap & Free stuff to do this weekend 20th – 22nd May (Energia)

14 thoughts on “The Inexpensive Weekend Starts Here

    1. ForFecksSake

      Pretty sure either Fatti Burke or Fuschia MacAree was hired to do this Job. Ross O’Mullane didn’t draw it.

          1. Charlie

            It would be good though to give the illustrator some credit. Seems like an appreciative and nice gesture but I doubt the purchaser gives a dang.

  1. lolly

    Can’t believe he left off the Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine (LitFest to those of us in the biz). entry is €5 and while you have to pay to see the celeb chefs talk there is loads of free fringe stuff and free samples – the sponsor’s free scones slathered in butter are particularly recommended. Wine/Gin/Cocktail/Beer talks cost around €16 but most will have 6 or 7 wines to taste. The Big Shed is where all the sampling and free talks are on with dancing from 9pm to around 4am – you are bound to find a chef or a food writer to seduce (male or female).
    (I’m doing a wine talk at it, but posting this cos I’m also a fan)

  2. garthicus

    Next weekend, the Ras bike race ends in Skerries, big festival etc. I also think that Afrofest is next Sunday in the Phoenix Park.

  3. Starina

    that dublin rave market looks very disappointing. they advertised it as being an actual rave market from 3am to noon and got everyone excited and then after a few days changed the time to noon to 8pm. So it’s basically a market with some loud music. like the Shaw Flea but with yoga instead of cannoli.

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