Wednesday: St Patrick’s Cathedral | Friday: Pub Night at Workman’s Club | Saturday: Au Pair Club Café | Sunday: Wicklow Mountains & Glendalough
Wednesday, 19th February
St Patrick’s Cathedral
Meet at 2pm at the school reception.
Price: €6 with Student ID
Named after the patron saint who brought Christianity to Ireland, St Patrick’s Cathedral was founded in 1191 and it is the largest church in Ireland. The writer and satirist Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels, was Dean of the cathedral from 1713 to 1745. His grave and epitaph can be seen in the cathedral, along with those of his friend Stella. Let’s explore it together!
Friday, 21st February
Pub night at Workman’s Club
Meet at 9pm in the pub, at 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar.
FREE in, buy your own drinks.
Any plans for Friday night? How about spending a fun evening with your fellow students? Join us for a chat and a drink at Workman’s Club on Wellington Quay.
Saturday, 22nd February
Au Pair Club : Café
From 1pm to 3pm at 23, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1.
Many new Au Pairs to meet, delicious treats and a lot of fun. Don’t miss out on meeting other au pairs and spend a lovely afternoon chatting and practising your English. Not joined the Au Pair Club Whatsapp group yet? You can do so by clicking on this link
Sunday, 23rd February
Wicklow Day Tour
Meet at 8:20am at Molly Malone’s Statue on Suffolk Street. Bus leaves at 8:30am.
Please note: This tour must be booked in advance. Book at reception before Thursday lunchtime.
Don’t miss out on a fantastic tour of the Wicklow Mountains. Main highlights of this tour are Baltinglass Abbey, a visit to a working farm, Glenmalure Valley and Glendalough Monastic site.
Find full tour details here
Got an idea for something you’d like us to include in the school’s social activities? Contact us!