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The annual celebration of Science is on all this week throughout Ireland with lots of venues organising special STEAM events and activities including the Ugly Animal Roadshow with Simon Watt to the Round Room at the Mansion House on Saturday.
Cork Science Festival includes a program of free public engagement events, community talks, exhibitions, shows and school workshops.
The 32nd Festival launched this weekend with an Opening Night Gala showing of Hope Gap with Bill Nighy and Annette Benning. The weekend continues with the classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and an 80th anniversary screening of The Wizard Of Oz and lot more.
To celebrate the new Frozen movie, join Elsa and Olaf for a magical breakfast at Kidspace Rathcoole on Saturday and Sunday. Pancakes, selfies, songs as well as playtime in the playcentre.
PrintLab Demo Day gives you the opportunity to witness Gutenberg’s invention in action and through PrintLab (Creative Makers at the National Print Museum) discover of the traditional craft of letterpress printing by being creatively involved in hands-on activities, which unite the basic concepts of the craft with digital fabrication and new technologies.
The Dublin Book Festival 2019 will take place from 14th – 17th, November, with Smock Alley Theatre again being the festival hub, showcasing and supporting Irish publishing in a fun, interactive environment.
It's everyone’s favourite weekend; the National Circus Festival of Ireland returns for the 18th year, from14th-17th of November with circus workshops, shows and annual festival parade and lots more.
The 10th annual fair returns with an impressive array of textiles, glassware, sculptures, art, woodwork, jewellery, leather goods and unique local and national crafts that are the perfect seasonal gift.
It’s time for the kids to throw some shapes and bust out their best moves as DJ Dónal Dineen hits the decks for a special musical rollercoaster ride. Expect dance tunes from every era and every corner of the globe. Tiny Dancer, let’s dance!
Let's Talk Science will help the whole family explore the fun world of Science and Climate Action and learn about the life in our oceans and on land, renewable energies and your food with interactive exhibitions and demonstrations, messy hands-on experiments and lots of games.
The Mayo Science & Technology Festival Open Day takes place on Sunday with an emphasis on fun and learning with nteractive shows, hand-on demonstrations for everyone to enjoy.
The first Sustainable Fashion Dublin Flea Market takes place at The Workman’s Club on Saturday from 12 - 5pm. Check out stall traders showcasing rails and rails of deadly stuff, DJ sets, workshops, panel talks, screenings and lots more.
The Cork Film Festival continues this weekend with highlights include Blue I, II, III is concerned with the anxiety surrounding issues such as gender and self-identity and Personal Growth, a new Super-8 film work by Vicky Langan and Maximilian Le Cain.
Wild Lights is back with a brand new theme – Stories, Myths and Legends. Expect to see magical scenes from well-known stories like the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Peter Pan and the Jungle Book…to best-loved nursery rhymes and characters from Irish Mythology – all brought to life by dazzling, giant colourful silk lanterns!
Exciting, fun events at Galway Science and Technology Festival run right through 24th of November. This weekend, don't forget to grab your Annual Exhibition tickets for 24th Nov, when they go on sale this Saturday November 16th at 10am.
This Sunday, join thousands of people at Terryland Park where 2,000 trees will be planted in support of Climate, the theme of Festival 2019