No plans this weekend? Here’s our GLOSSY ROUND-UP of things to do this weekend, featuring kids cookery at AIRFIELD, Sanuki Wagyu at AMUSE, feel good fashion at TK MAXX and John B. Keane classics at THE GAIETY …
WANDER through Tribe, an exhibition of new work from Helen O’Sullivan-Tyrell, at Solomon Fine Art until March 5. Exploring how Catholic imagery is intertwined with “Irishness,” this is a rare chance to see the Bray native’s captivating oil paintings in person. Solomon Fine Art, Balfe Street, Dublin 2.
GIVE the little ones a head start in the kitchen at Airfield’s Young Chefs Cookery Class on Saturday February 13. Not only will they learn where food originates, they will also have the chance to cook up some dishes (and fun). Suitable for ages 8-14; see www.airfield.ie for details.
EMBRACE a unique opportunity to taste Sanuki Wagyu, never before served in Ireland, at Amuse, on Dublin’s Dawson Street. This light, sweet beef, with a soft buttery texture, is due to the animal’s diet, which is rich in olives. The Sanuki Wagyu is offered as a supplement (€35) to Amuse’s signature lunch, dinner and “Paris to Tokyo” menus. Amuse, 22 Dawson Street, Dublin 2.
RELEASE your inner Marie Kondo for a good cause with TK Maxx’s “Give Up Clothes For Good” campaign, fronted by model Daisy Lowe. The concept is simple: just donate your unwanted clothes, accessories and homewares in TK Maxx stores nationwide until March 18, and they will be sold in Enable Ireland shops funding projects that benefit children and young people with disabilities. See www.tkmaxx.ie for details.
SEE John B Keane’s Big Maggie at the Gaiety Theatre, which has been extended until March 12. Starring Aisling O’Sullivan and Keith Duffy, and directed by Tony Award-winning Garry Hynes, the acclaimed production is a compelling portrait of a woman who is determined to take control of her life in the aftermath of her husband’s death. For tickets, call 01 648 6029.
Amuse image via The Irish Times
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