The 5th annual March for Choice takes place this Saturday.

It's organised by the Abortion Rights Campaign, and they're hoping to get as many people as possible onto the streets of Dublin to send a message to the Irish government that it's time to repeal the 8th amendment.

The theme for this year's march is 'Rise and Repeal', which organisers chose because it's "a comment on the failure of our Republic to fulfil the promise of equality made in 1916."

Along with the march in Dublin, solidarity events are being organised in 10 countries across the world, you can find details of these here.

Here's the information you need to know if you're planning on attending this Saturday:

The Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Street will serve as the gathering point, with people assembling there from 1.30pm.

The march itself will start at 2.00pm, travelling from Parnell Street to the Dáil. There will be a gathering outside the Dáil, calling on politicians to repeal the 8th amendment.

For anyone coming from outside Dublin, or affected by the bus strikes, a Facebook group has been set up for anyone looking to organise carpools to and from the March.

There's also an afters event in Filmbase you may want to head along to.

For further updates, keep an eye on the event page.