Virtual Gigs, History Festival of Dublin & Spend the Day in Bray

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At City Language School we like to encourage our students to get out, about and practice their English while discovering more about the great city and country they live in. Every Thursday we publish Three This Thursday – events or happenings that we believe our students might enjoy. This week we have come across a History Festival, a nice looking gig and a day trip to a seaside town in Wicklow.

BIMM Virtual Gigs – 7pm – Thursday 4th September – FREE

BIMM is an actual school of rock with colleges across the UK and Ireland. To close their Summer Series, they’re holding a Virtual Gig, streaming on Facebook and bringing together acts from across BIMM Institute in Dublin, London, Brighton, Bristol, Birmingham and MAnchester. The event will be hosted by BBC Radio 1 DJ, Phil Taggart.

Join the event on Facebook to find out when the gig goes live – click here.

Check out the line up by clicking the link.

https://www.bimm.ie/events/summer-series-live-virtual-gig-04-09-2020/

Dublin Festival of History – Wednesday 9th September – Early October – FREE

The Dublin Festival of History is an annual free Festival, brought to you by Dublin City Council, and organised by Dublin City Libraries. The Festival has gained a reputation for attracting best-selling Irish and international historians to Dublin for a high-profile weekend of history talks and debate in the late Autumn.

Many of the lectures are online but there are some local walking tours that might be interesting.

You can check out the full list of events right here: https://dublin.ie/whats-on/listings/dublin-festival-of-history/

Take a Trip to Bray – FREE

The Promenade in Bray is a lovely walk

Jump on the train and take it all the way to Bray. This is small town in Wicklow boasts a beautiful and lively promenade with great views back across Dublin and over to Howth. If you are fit and healthy you can walk all the way up to and around Bray Head and take in the scenery.