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Guaranteed fun, family day out with all the fun of the fair taking place in the RDS. After another successful Christmas event, Funderland finishes on Sunday, so you still have time for one last go on the Jungle River!
Ground control to David Bowie fans...the 5th Dublin Bowie Festival takes place this week throughout Dublin. There will be 27 events featuring DJs, Photography, Art, Music, Film, Banter, Fashion, Family Events and lots more.
You can relive your golden years as we celebrate 50 years of The Man Who Sold The World.
Now featuring more than 100 events, in 67 venues across 17 counties, the intention and the passion behind challenging mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action has not waned. This weekends events include a Health & Wellness Fest at The Rediscovery Centre, a sea swim in Killiney and Therapy Sessions in the Workman's Club.
The Out to Lunch Arts Festival returns to Belfast in 2020 for its 15th year of music, comedy, theatre, literature and food. Events this weekend include Glasshouse: Berlin Trilogy, the Irish premiere of Linda Ronstadt – The Sound of my Voice and Janey Godley, the Godmother of Scottish comedy.
As part of the Plastic Exhibition in the Science Gallery, this is a workshop on Saturday afternoon that will explore our personal connection to the material of plastic; from our toothbrushes to our remote controls. Bring five of your most valued plastic objects to introduce to the group. Register in advance.
The Holiday Show opens this weekend in a new venue, the South Court Hotel, Limerick. It's an opportunity to secure show-only holiday deals, get advice from travel professionals and be in with a chance to win holiday prizes. Admission is free. Your next great adventure could start right here...
Capture a likeness and create your own portraits at this workshop inspired by the Zurich Young Portrait Prize! At drop-in workshops, children and their parents/guardians/carers are encouraged to work together on creative projects. Drop-in and stay for as long (or as little!) as you wish. Suitable for children of all ages. These free workshops at the National Art Gallery take place weekly, every Sunday from 11.30am.
There is fun for all ages this Sunday with a free guided to explore the treasures of the gallery or enjoy a themed art workshop from 2-3:30pm. All materials supplied and no booking required.
As the fun of the festive season fades and the new year sets in, this early years drama workshop on Friday and Saturday for little ones aged 2-4 will explore how to cope when things go wrong. Combining drama, story, play and props, this interactive drama workshop invites little ones and their grown-ups to enjoy imagining togethe. Part of First Fortnight festival and led by The Ark's Early Years Artist in Residence, Joanna Parkes.
GAA Jersey January is back...all this January get half price tickets on the Croke Park Stadium Tour if you wear your GAA jersey. Adults, children, seniors, students and families can avail of the offer when they wear their GAA club, county or Kellogg’s Cúl Camp jerseys. The Stadium Tour also includes admission to the GAA Museum.
A new six-week term begins this weekend offering a fun filled hour of art activity for parent/guardian and child every Saturday. Explore the exhibitions and create colourful art to take home.As well as being creative children will learn about contemporary art and the themes behind the exhibitions.