Five fun things to do today in Dublin

Head to Whelan's to see Propeller Palms

Propeller Palms will be featuring their new single ‘Without a care in the world’ taken from their acclaimed sophomore album ‘Old dog new Tricks’ support on the night from ‘SON’ - informed

Watch a short film from the archives of the IFI

Every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, the Irish Film Institute on Eustace Street hosts its Archive at Lunchtime screenings, showcasing the best of what the cinema has in its vault.

The programme - available to view on the IFI's website - changes weekly, and the event starts at 1pm.

Head to Dun Laoghaire Harbour for some Heritage Week fun

As part of heritage week, Dun Laoghaire Harbour will be filled with the oldest one-design dinghies still made to this day, The Water Wag.

Today will see the historical Water Wag dinghy race, where families will race their dinghies in the hopes of winning the Pansy Trophy.

The race's origins date back to Ireland in the same year as this fun and competitive event first took place.

Hawkins Street has a new bar called Tramline, perfect for cocktails and a bite to eat.

Wednesday drinks anyone?

Head to the Gaiety Theatre to see Riverdance

One of the capital's favourite summer shows has returned!

Riverdance will be performed in the iconic Gaiety Theatre from 21 June to 3 September 2017.

See more Dublin events here.

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