Lynk’s January Event Guide
Happy New Year from all of the team at Lynk Taxis! With Dry January in full swing, we’ve picked 5 stand-out events of the month that you can head to without needing a beer in your hand, check them out below.
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Monday 1st – Monday 15th January
This two-week arts festival was first staged back in 2012 with the goal of challenging mental health prejudice through the creative arts, and has been growing year on year ever since. With a tonne of free events taking place across the city, we highly recommend checking this unique event out.
More info: http://www.firstfortnight.ie
Dublin Bowie Festival
Friday 5th – Wednesday 10th January – Various Venues
Upon hearing of David Bowie’s death, the whole world mourned. This sadness however, quickly turned into a celebration of this legend’s life and you will once again have a chance to boogie to your favourite songs with this 6 day festival celebrating the one and only Ziggy Stardust.
More info: http://www.dublinbowiefestival.ie
BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition
Wednesday 10th – Saturday 13th January
The Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is a great day out for all, not only is it a prestigious competition that allows students to take their interest in science outside the rooms of a classroom, it gives the public a chance to see what the leaders of our future are up to! With daily shows about the science of circus, space and time, robots and much much more, this yearly event is not to be missed.
More info: http://btyoungscientist.com
Wednesday 10th January – The Convention Centre
The Pendulum Summit is a business and self-empowerment summit that allows individuals to gain access to some of the world’s best business minds. This year’s keynote speaker is Richard Branson, who alone is worth buying tickets for. Other speakers include rugby international Paul O’Connell, Dragon James Caan and brain hacker Keith Barry.
More info: https://pendulumsummit.com
Dublin Smartphone Film Festival
Saturday 27th January – The Generator Hostel
With the quality of cameras on smartphones increasing with every new model, it’s not hard to understand why there are so many more people making films these days as the barriers to access have virtually been torn down. This film festival celebrates just that, so head along to the The Generator Hostel in Smithfield to check out some great pieces of film recorded on that little thing that you’re probably reading this blog post on!
More info: https://www.dublinsmartphonefilmfestival.com
If we have missed any events for this month, which you’d like to see included – please get in touch with us on any of our social channels!