Taste Theatre in partnership with Compass Ireland 2021 Schedule Announced

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Wednesday September 1st 

12.00pm – 4.00pm Session

12.30 Chris Starr & Tom Flavin

13.30 Edward Hayden

14.30 Kevin Thornton

15.30 Rachel Allen

 

5.30pm – 10.30pm Session

17.45 Rachel Allen

18.30 Shane Smith

19.30 Nicola Curran Zammit

20.30 Sunil Ghai

21.15 Adam Burke (Comedy)

 

Thursday September 2nd 

12.00pm – 4.00pm Session

12.30 Eamon Lynch

13.30 Jeeny Maltese

14.30 Holly Dalton

15.30 Erica Drum

 

5.30pm – 10.30pm Session

17.45 Kwanghi Chan

18.30 Graham Herterich

19.30 Holly Dalton

20.30 Erica Drum

21.15 Adam Burke (Comedy)

 

Friday September 3rd 

12.00pm – 4.00pm Session

12.30 Ian Marconi

13.30 Jess Murphy

14.30 Grainne Mullins

15.30 Niall Sabongi

 

5.30pm – 10.30pm Session

18.30 Gareth Mullins

19.30 Jess Murphy

20.30 Marcus O’Laoire

21:15 Adam Burke (Comedy)

 

Saturday September 4th 

11.30am – 2.30pm Session

12:00 Conor Spacey

12:45 Holly White

1:45 Aisling Larkin

 

3.30pm – 6.30pm Session

16:00 Trisha Lewis

17:00 Eric Matthews

18:00 Kevin Dundon

 

7.30pm – 10.30pm Session

19:45 Marcus O’Laoire

20:30 Kevin Dundon

21:15 Adam Burke (Comedy)

 

Sunday September 5th 

12pm – 3.00pm Session

12:00 Lizzy Lyons

12:45 Aoife Noonan

1:45 Clair Dowling

 

3.45pm – 6.45pm Session

16:00 Lily Ramirez Foran

17:00 Daniel Hannigan

18:00 JP McMahon

 

7.30pm – 10.30pm Session

19:45 JP McMahon

20:30 To be announced

21:15 Adam Burke (Comedy)

Please note: these schedules are subject to change.

Taste of Dublin 2021 returns to the Iveagh Gardens from September 1-5 2021. Over five incredible days, visitors can enjoy Ireland’s latest, greatest, and hottest restaurants, mingle with homegrown chefs, indulge in gourmet produce, or simply relax and enjoy being outdoors in the city with friends. Tickets priced from €20 (excluding booking fee) are on sale now, for more information or to purchase tickets go to  tasteofdublin.ie .

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