What’s on: 10 unmissable events in Dublin this November

Life is coming back to the capital! Here are ten unmissable events in Dublin this November.

Restrictions are easing, Christmas is on the horizon, and we’re looking for something fun to do. Thankfully, life is returning to the city. So, here are ten unmissable events in Dublin in November.

Whether you’re a fan of theatre or live music or are looking for a fun family activity, Dublin has it all. There will always be something fun to do in Ireland’s capital city.

So, if you’re hoping to fill up your social calendar before the festive season well and truly hits, read on.

10. IT GALZ – the popular podcast come to life

Don't miss the popular IT GALZ podcast live.
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If you’re a podcast fan, then IT GALZ live show is one of the unmissable events in Dublin this November.

Pushing the podcast boundaries, Jenny and Lindsay are coming to Liberty Hall Theatre this month for the ‘ultimate girls’ night out’.

Address: 1 Eden Quay, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

Dates: 6 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

9. Jack Joyce – one to watch

Jack Joyce is one of the best events in Dublin this November.
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Coming to Dublin’s premier indie music venue Whelan’s, Irish singer-songwriter Jack Joyces’ rescheduled show is one not to miss.

The Dublin local has made waves on the Irish music scene since his debut in 2018, and he’s certainly one to watch.

Address: 25 Wexford St, Portobello, Dublin 2, D02 H527, Ireland

Dates: 2 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

8. The Music of Zimmer vs Williams – for the music of the movies

Embrace a night of movie music.
Credit: Facebook / John Williams vs. Hans Zimmer

If you’re a fan of movie scores, then you can’t miss the Dublin Concert Orchestra’s performance of The Music of Zimmer vs Williams in the National Concert Hall this month.

This incredible concert will feature music from the likes of Harry Potter, E.T., Batman, and more.

Address: Earlsfort Terrace, Saint Kevin’s, Dublin, D02 N527, Ireland

Dates: 27 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

7. Becky Hill – for the funky princess of pop

Becky Hill is one of the best events in Dublin this November.
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After rising to fame on The Voice U.K. in 2012, singer-songwriter Becky Hill has taken the U.K. and Irish charts by storm.

Known for her hits, ‘I Could Get Used to This, ‘Remember’, and ‘Better Off Without You’, Hill’s event in Dublin has to be upgraded from The Academy Dublin to the 3Olympia Theatre due to high demand.

Address: 3Olympia Theatre, 72 Dame St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 K135, Ireland

Dates: 18 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

6. MK – for fans of deep house

MK is a must for fans of house music.
Credit: Facebook / MK

The hugely popular DJ Marc Christopher Kinchen, better known as MK, is coming to Dublin’s 3Arena on 26 November.

If you’re a fan of deep house and remixes, then this is a show not to miss.

Address: N Wall Quay, North Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland

Dates: 26 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

5. Dublin Book Festival – an absolute must for book-lovers

Dublin Book Festival is one of the best events in Dublin this November.
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Returning to the city in mid-November is one of Ireland’s most highly anticipated and vibrant book events.

Dublin Book Festival is a must for book-lovers with a packed programme of events over the second week of the month. This is certainly one of the unmissable events in Dublin in November.

Dates: 8 to 15 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

4. Wild Lights – for an evening of immersive festive fun

You need to check out Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo.
Credit: Facebook / @DublinZoo

One of the most highly anticipated events in Ireland’s festive calendar, Wild Lights is making its return to Dublin Zoo this winter.

Make your way ‘Around the World’ at this enchanted light trail that is certain to spark your sense of adventure and wanderlust.

Address: Saint James’ (part of Phoenix Park), Dublin 8, Ireland

Dates: 28 October to 9 January

Buy tickets: HERE

3. Dara O’Briain – to put a smile on your face

Dara O'Briain's tour is one of the best events in Dublin this November.
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Irish comedian Dara O’Briain is returning to his home country this month to bring some joy and laughter to the city.

O’Briain is bringing his highly anticipated So….Where Were We? Tour to Vicar Street in mid-November. Prepare yourself for witty one-liners and hilarious tales that will have you laughing so much your stomach hurts.

Address: 58-59 Thomas St, The Liberties, Dublin 8, Ireland

Dates: 10 to 13 and 17 to 20 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

2. Katherine Ryan – for another night of comedy

Katherine Ryan is coming to the city this  month.
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O’Briain is not the only comedian coming to Dublin this November. He is joined by hilarious Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan, known for her dry and close to the bone humour.

Originally planned for 15 October, Ryan’s show at the 3Olympia Theatre Dublin has been rescheduled for 14 November. This is sure to be a side-splittingly funny evening!

Address: 3Olympia Theatre, 72 Dame St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 K135, Ireland

Dates: 14 November 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

1. The Book of Mormon – the return of musicals

The Book of Mormon tops our list of events in Dublin this November.
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Musicals are back, and we are so happy! Coming to Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre this November is the smash-hit Broadway musical The Book of Mormon.

Thought-provoking, hilarious, and hugely entertaining, this is undoubtedly one of the unmissable events in Dublin in November.

Address: Grand Canal Square, Docklands, Dublin, Ireland

Dates: 3 November to 4 December 2021

Buy tickets: HERE

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