Trinity VDP hosts so many amazing events every year, it can be tough to keep on top of all of them!

Be sure to keep an eye on our Instagram to stay as up to date as best as possible!

Accessibility information pertaining to each event is largely unknown until logistics such as travel and venue are confirmed, so best to get in touch with the organisers through the emails below to get the latest update.


The annual VDP Panto is an easy highlight every single year, and a simply incredible source of joy, hype, laughs, triumph, and most of all- unforgettable memories!

Over 100 children and adults with additional support needs who are in our various clubs take the stage in the O'Reilly Theatre every February, and put on an awesome, inspirational display of one of the classic panto shows!

This is definitely one you don't want to miss out on, to see how you can get involved in this magical experience email Paddy at!


Jailbreak is a weekend of buzz, adventure, and drama, which is one of the largest fundraisers of the year for SVP and Amensty!

Teams race across Europe to try and be the first to reach the mystery Location X and claim Jailbreak glory- all in the name of charity!

To find out more about this massive event, email!


The Camino de Santiago is easily one of the best possible ways to spend the reading week of second semester!

Over 100 VDPers trek their way across Spain, forging an unbreakable bond over blistered feet, cartons of Don Simon, and games of I Spy spanning an entire province.

Places are always in huge demand, so to get all the info email Mark, Art, Niamh and Matthew at!


INSMOT, or "INSpiration and MOTivation", is nothing short of special for so many people in VDP.

This ridiculously fun weekend away is further immortalised by the speeches that are given during the Saturday afternoon, where fellow volunteers share their own personal experiences and journeys- a tradition that is yet to leave a dry eye in the room.

To learn more about this simply unforgettable time, get in touch with Ava at


GAGA stands for "Give and Get Away" and does exactly what it says on the tin; give a bit of money for a wonderful weekend of fun and friendship somewhere nice!

Being in October typically, this is always a fantastic occasion for new volunteers to settle in and get to know some more people in the society!

For more info contact Jackie at

Disney Night

DIsney Night is our annual dress-up event in October in aid of our annual Panto!

Whip out your finest princess dress or your best animal onesie in aid of the main costumes display in February!

For more info get onto Simi at!