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FFF NEW Year's Eve is one of the busiest party nights of the year but for something a little different the Ballsbridge hotel is inviting Dubliners to its masquerade ball.

FFF NEW Year's Eve is one of the busiest party nights of the year but for something a little different the Ballsbridge hotel is inviting Dubliners to its masquerade ball.

Masked revellers will be able to dance the night away as the clock ticks down to 2015. Live music will be provided by Hot Fuss. Tickets cost €75 per person, which includes a four-course meal.

FFF FOR those looking to hit the ground running in 2015 with a business idea, a series of lunchtime talks by creative entrepreneurs will be held in the Science Gallery in Trinity College.

First Up invites a series of people who followed up on their big ideas to share the secrets of their success. The first person to take to the floor in the New Year will be Aisling Rogerson, co-founder of trendy Dublin eaterie The Fumbally cafe.

The talk will take place at 1pm on January 14.

FFF THEATRE aimed specifically at the under sixes is hard to come by, but The Pavilion Theatre in Dun Laoghaire has just the answer.

Bake! will take to the stage on February 12 for young theatre goers. The play set in the basement of a palace as the day-to-day running of the castle rumbles on.

All children must be accompanied by an adult. Family tickets are available for €24.

FFF Meanwhile, panto season is still in full swing for children of all ages with the three main shows in the city continuing.

Peter Pan will run in the Gaiety until January 25. Cinderella, which sees Mrs Brown's Boys actor Rory Cowan making his panto debut, will continue in the Tivoli theatre until January 12.

But to catch new boyband Hometown in Aladdin, punters will need to get their skates on. The show will run at The Olympia until January 4.


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