Whether it’s for the upcoming Gala Ball on May 28th or the Dublin Selection nights on June 24th and 25th (Both in Citywest Hotel), taking care of hair styling and make up is a big consideration. Two local salons have provided Hair & Make up offers to accommodate this year’s Dublin Roses (See below).
Each year at Rose of Tralee events around the world, the organising team will pick a locally based Charity to support. Depending on what type of events are being run that year, this may take the form of a Raffle at a selection night, donations being made in advance or on the night directly to the charity etc. With the … Read More
Preparations are in full swing for this years Dublin Rose Ball at Citywest Hotel in aid of The National Rehabilitation Hospital, Dun Laoghaire. It’s especially exciting as it’s the first time since 2008 that the Gala Ball has being held in Dublin. Unfortunately during the economic crisis in Ireland over the past number of years, it simply wasn’t possible to … Read More
RTE Broadcasting legend Marty Morrissey is the host for the 2016 Dublin Rose Selections which will run on Friday June 24th & Saturday June 25th at Citywest Hotel in West Dublin. Announcing the news alongside 2015 Dublin Rose Aisling Finnegan, Marty said: The Dublin Rose of Tralee Festival kicks off on May 28th in Citywest Hotel with The Dublin Rose … Read More
In 2009 the Dublin Rose Centre ran three Heats as part of the selection process for that year. We had two heats in the Stillorgan Park Hotel and one in the Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport, followed by the final selection night at the Carlton Hotel Dublin Airport. The list of entrants that year is shown below, along with their sponsors. … Read More
Alice O’Sullivan was not only the first ever Rose of Tralee but was also the Dublin Rose ! She is seen here at the recent launch of the International Festival with current Rose of Tralee Aoife Kelly. In it’s early years, entrants for the Rose of Tralee had to be from Tralee Town and surrounding parishes only ! Photo shows … Read More
The Dublin Rose of Tralee Committee are delighted to launch their new blog. This should prove a valuable tool for anyone associated in any way with the Dublin Rose Center and Rose of Tralee in general to keep up to date with “Rose Matters” in Dublin. Feedback is especially welcomed at this early stage for the new website, so please … Read More