Monday: Music Workshop | Wednesday: Irish Parliament | Friday Night: O’Reilly’s | Saturday Au Pair Club: Café | Sunday Trip: Giant’s Causeway
Monday, 29th May
Monday Workshop Series: Learn English through lyrics of popular songs
At 5, Talbot street
From 2pm to 4pm
Price: Free and open to all students!
Learn English through the lyrics of famous songs! This week you will go through the lyrics of the song ‘In the End’ sang by Linkin Park. Focus on the pronunciation of the words, through listening and reading exercises, and on their meaning! Get the general sense of the song and discuss it!
Wednesday, 31st of May
Visit to The Houses of Oireachtas
Meet at 1:40pm at the reception at 5 Talbot Street
Pay a visit with us to the Houses of the Oireachtas – the Irish parliament buildings!
Leinster House has been Ireland’s national parliament building since 1922 when the 3rd Dáil met in September of that year. The building has a long and rich history both before and after that point. We will go on a guided tour to learn about the building and its history.
Tour will start at 2:30pm.
Friday, 2nd June
Pub Night: O’Reilly’s
Price: Free in, buy your own drinks
Location: Tara Street Station
Meet there at 9pm or at the school reception at 8:50pm.
This lively Victoria-era pub has a very good buzz and what’s more drinks are among the cheapest in Dublin! Cheap beer, good music and cool people… what more can you ask? Come along and enjoy your Friday night with us!
Saturday, 3rd June
Au Pair Club Café
1pm to 3pm – At 5, Talbot Street
Price: Free and open to all au pairs!
Come to have a good cup of tea or coffee and to sample some sweets while enjoying the company of other au pairs, just like you!
Sunday, 4th June
Day Trip: The Giant’s Causeway
Departure: 06:20am. Meet at 06:30 at Molly Malone Statue on Suffolk street.
Please note: This trip must be booked in advance. Book at the reception before Thursday lunchtime.
This trip includes a stop at the dark hedges, a tour of the Giant’s Causeway, the crossing of the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, a photostop at Dunluce Castle, and some time in Belfast city.
Click here for full tour details