An Evening of Food, Folklore & Fairies - Dublin
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At An Evening of Food, Folklore & Fairies, you'll be regaled by magical tales, listen to Irish music and balladry and tuck into traditional Irish fare at The Brazen Head, Dublin's oldest pub. And yes, you're welcome to bring the kids - there's a dinner menu for them too.
Set in this unique venue with a history stretching back eight centuries, there's plenty of material for an evening packed full of folklore. These renowned storytellers take you into 'a world of the imagination' providing incredible insights and mystical tales about Irish life in times past.
In addition to fascinating facts, you'll be entertained by live musicians presenting traditional tunes to get your toes tapping and your hands clapping.
And when the storytelling and music making comes to a conclusion upstairs, if you don't want the night to end just yet, you can pop downstairs to enjoy one of Dublin's best live traditional music venues.
Opening Times: January-February: Thursday & Saturday | March-December: every night | Available for Private Group Bookings year round. Time: 7:00pm to 10:00pm.
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