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Ireland's biggest free summer festival runs over three days in Dublin, showcasing the best in international street performance, interactive family activations and workshops, delicious artisan producers and street food from around the world as well as a pet wellness area with D.S.P.C.A.
The rugged, unspoilt Comeragh Mountains and the adjacent coastal hinterland around the stunning Waterford Greenway will be a hive of outdoor activity and fun as the Comeraghs Wild Festival gets underway for yet another year. This year’s action-packed, four day programme includes an open air concert deep in the Comeragh Mountains, an open air showbands special, surfing sessions, Famine walk, afternoon tea at Curraghmore House, Dancing at the Crossroads, storytelling with Eddie Lenihan, sand art and loads more.
Earagail Arts Festival takes place each July throughout County Donegal with two weeks of music, theatre, visual arts, film, literature, circus & carnival on Ireland’s North West Atlantic seaboard.
Enjoy the family fun day in Carrowmena this Sunday from 12-3pm with on story telling, face painting, teddy bear hospital, teddy bear hunt, inflatable and more activities available with tokens.
Try a beginners origami lesson for adults this Saturday and create interesting shapes using colourful paper inspired by Maser’s origami masterpiece featured in Seamus Heaney's 'Listen Now Again' exhibition at the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre on Westmoreland Street.
Throughout the summer, Fota Wildlife Park is running a series of fun and educational workshops included in your admission. This weekend, there are family yoga classes to enjoy as part of your fun day out at the park. Although free, registration must be made in advance as spaces are limited.
The festival concludes this weekend with Street Fest at Stephen’s Street car park on Saturday with street performers and family fun including a circus workshop with Síolta, SPIT - a one-woman circus street show performed by Angelique Ross, The Wandering Bandstand and a range of fun interactive children’s activities with Branching Out.
So you think that you know the story of Goldilocks? Think again!
ANU and The Ark present a walk-through visual art experience this summer for audiences of just four people each time, that takes about 25 minutes with shows starting every ten minutes from Tuesday to Saturday.
Helping to raise money for Women's Aid with a fun group performance of Kate Bush's famous song organised by volunteers on a not-for-profit basis.
Celebrate the start of summer with five days of fun & frolics, music, dancing, sport including a family fun day this Sunday (with big screens showing the Kerry V Mayo game!)
The Salmon Festival may have been forced to cancel this year, but the Ballina Street Festival launches an eight day programme featuring Picnic in the Park, Beat on the Street and the Saturday night Fireworks extravaganza.