Wednesday Day Out: St Patrick’s Cathedral | Thursday Cinema Club: ‘Juno’ | Friday Night Out: The Mercantile | Saturday Au Pair Club: Chinese Calligraphy | Sunday Day Trip: Glendalough and Wicklow

Wednesday, 30th March

Visit to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

Meet at 2pm at the reception at 5 Talbot Street.

Admission ticket: €5

Founded in 1191, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is the largest church in Ireland. It is, as you might expect, named after the patron saint who brought Christianity to Ireland. It is adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptised people on his visit to Dublin.

Thursday, 31st March

Cinema Club: Juno

3pm at 45 Parnell Square West, Dublin 1, room 2

Faced with an unplanned pregnancy, an offbeat young woman makes an unusual decision regarding her unborn child.

Director: Jason Reitman

Writer: Diablo Cody

Stars: Ellen Page, Michael Cera, Jennifer Garner

Friday, 1st April

Pub Night: The Mercantile

Price: Free in buy your own drinks

Location: 28 Dame Street, Dublin 2

The Mercantile is a very popular and lively pub right in the heart of Dublin. It’s mostly famous for its dance floor and the Latin atmosphere! Come along and have a ball with us!

Saturday 2nd April

Au Pair Club: Chinese calligraphy workshop

1pm to 3pm at 5, Talbot Street

Price: Free and open to all au pairs working in Ireland, not just our students!

Have you always been fascinated by Chinese culture and you wish to learn how to draw Chinese characters? This Saturday learn Chinese calligraphy with Anastasia, who’s graduated in Chinese language and culture, at the Au Pair Club!

Sunday 3rd April

Day Trip: Wicklow & Glendalough

Price: €30

Departure: 08:30am at Molly Malone Statue in Suffolk Street (arrive 10 minutes earlier)

NB: This trip must be booked in advance. Book at the reception before Thursday lunchtime.

Trip includes a tour of Glendalough Monastic Site, Working Sheep Farm and Baltinglass Abbey

Cick here for full tour details