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FFF Movie fans should head along to another Happenings event in the Merrion Square tomorrow where animated blockbuster How To Train Your Dragon will be on the big screen. Bring a blanket to keep cosy as the evenings are getting a little chilly. Tickets are €5 at the gate from 6pm with the movie starting at 7.30pm. There will be food stalls from Irish Village Markets and this is an alcohol-free event.

FFF If music fans are at a loss of what to do this weekend, there's still time to grab tickets to see Alt J at the 3 Arena. The Mercury Music Prize winners known for their top-hit Breezeblocks will be heading up the recently re-branded venue tomorrow. Tickets are €31.50 and are available from Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

FFF History buffs out there will love the Dublin Festival of History, which is taking place from today and Sunday. The festival includes walking tours, events and exhibitions at venues such as Dublin Castle, the Irish Film Institute and the Hugh Lane Gallery. Many events are free. For ticket details and more information, visit www.dublinfestivalofhistory.ie.

FFF For those movie buffs not wanting to brave the cold for an outdoor screening, the IFI will be screening the Irish premiere of romantic documentary Love Is All tomorrow at 6.15pm. Love Is All is a journey through the 20th century, exploring love and courtship on screen in a century of unprecedented social upheaval. Tickets are €10.20 and can be booked at the IFI on Eustace Street in Temple Bar on online at www.ifi.ie. The screening is part of the IFI Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Film Festival and after the screening there will be a question and answer session with the director, Kim Longinotto.