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- Posted:Thursday, August 12, 2010
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People thinking of attending the spectacle, which has many different organisations taking part and staying open late, may want to book a Dublin hostel for when they finally turn in for the evening.
The event will take place on September 24th with plenty going on around the cobbled area of Temple Bar and the action kicks off at 17:00 until 23:00 local time.
Individuals who want to find out more on the actual night will be able to enlist the help of Culture Night guides to assist with directions, as well as give information and answer questions that anyone has.
The website stated: "From music to street theatre, there will be plenty of outdoor events to keep you entertained at each of these points so be sure and pay them a visit throughout the night!"
Moreover, the South Georgian, Historic and Heuston/Muesuem Quarters will be used as venues for various proceedings, which will be happening all over the city so it might be a good idea to base yourself in a hostel in Dublin that is fairly central.
But those who are not sure of what to do in the Irish capital during the day may like to check out the Guinness Factory, which could be particularly popular for people who are partial to a few pints.
Moreover, the Gravity Bar is at the top of the building and offers a picturesque view of Dublin.
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