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Tuesday 12 December 2017

Plenty to do in town this week

With temperatures in the capital set to stay at the 20 degrees mark, there's lots of outdoor events to keep you entertained.

This evening the after work Dublin Dualathon kicks off at 6.30pm combining a run and a cycle for fitness fans this evening.

On Thursday, Gulliver's Travels will be shown at the outdoor cinema in Copper Alley as part of the Temple Bar Night Market with lemonade, popcorn and toffee apples for sale at the vintage outdoor cinema. Merrion Square will also be the venue for another open-air cinema with screenings beginning at 9pm.

Celebrating the American day of independence on July 4, the Kings of Leon perform at Marlay Park with support from Kodaline.

Then laid back Groove Festival takes over Kilruddery House, near Bray, with Paloma Faith headlining on Saturday and David Gray taking the lead on Sunday. The music festival runs alongside the Bray Summerfest, which starts on Saturday with a 90-metre water slide.

And on Monday July 7, as the adults return to work, free summer camps for kids get underway in the city at The Greenhouse on Andrew Street.

On Tuesday Ben Folds performs at the National Concert Hall while Dirty Dancing opens at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre.

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