Location- The Clockwork Door, 51 Wellington Quay
Description- Learn how to paint your own starsign journal with a space themed backdrop with Inner Wild Fire.
What better way to spend a Monday evening than to paint your own starsign and learn a little bit about yourself in the process. All handpainted elements will be prepared step by step on the night.
– please message me at https://www.facebook.com/theinnerwildfire what starsign you would like on the journal as this will be prepared before the workshop.
All materials provided
Instructor to guide you step by step
Free tea, coffee, biscuits & popcorn
Expect candles, fairy lights and zen.
Tickets €20 (including booking fee) include all materials – get yours before it’s too late!
Children’s event– Activita Playgroup and Messy Play
Location- St.Fintan’s Parish Church, Sutton
Description- So much fun every Monday with our Activita playgroup and messy play. Music, paint, colours, balloons,bubbles, sensorial activities, games and toys, sand, parachute and our super tent.
We can’t wait to see you soon in our next events and together have an amazing day!
This is an opportunity for the kids to explore a wide variety activities where we learn in a natural way through fun.
Location- The National Museum
Description- As part of the Bealtaine Festival, take this special tour of the Museum galleries to examine the archaeological evidence for clothing from Stone Age to medieval times. Learn about how clothes were created and cared for in the past, and discover how people used clothes and ‘jewellery’ to honour the gods, mark their social status, or just protect their ankles from the mud! Ages 12+
This is a free event but booking is required, please email email@example.com
Children’s event– Tiny Tots Tuesday: Summer Singaling
Location- EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Description- This May we welcome back the sensational Singaling for a sunny Summer sing along.
We’ll be exploring music and play in these adorable workshops, so bring your little one along for a morning of fun, song and dance. We’re looking forward to hearing some tiny tunes!
There will be free tea and coffee provided by Bakehouse CHQ, as well as some lovely treats and a chance to sit back, relax and have the chats.
Participants at this event can also avail of a 20% discount on tickets to our museum and 20% off in our gift shop (discount does not apply to items already discounted). Just present your Eventbrite ticket or email at the check-out!
This event is suitable for children aged 6 months – 3.5 Years.
Location- Vicar Street
Description- Sale Dates and Times:
Public Onsale : Fri, 22 Mar 2019 at 09:00 AM
Children’s event– Clontarf ‘Music for Babies’
Location- St. Anthony’s Hall, St. Anthony’s Parish Church
Description- Classical music concerts for grandparents, parents and babies in a relaxed, local setting.
Come and enjoy the finest chamber music as your baby feeds, sleeps, plays and absorbs all the benefits of this wonderful music.
Wondering what our concerts are like..? Take a peek here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pg-Uy9lpdfE
Join us for a coffee mingle from 10.30am!
Location- Brooks Hotel, 59 Drury Street
Description- Sass Mouth Dames Film Club Series 10 celebrates enduring screwball classics that sparkle with wit and style. Join Megan McGurk each Thursday in May in the Brooks Hotel Cinema, Drury Street, Dublin.
Only a tenner in. Popcorn included!
Woman Chases Man (1937)
Miriam Hopkins plays an architect who charges into a wealthy developer’s office (Charles Winninger) with a pitch for a new social housing scheme. When he attempts to get rid of her, she passes out cold, woozy from two days without eating. Depression-era woman’s pictures contain numerous scenes of women who faint from hunger, but a Southern belle like Miriam has a stylish fit of vapours. After he revives her with food, they hatch a plan that will make his son (Joel McCrea) finance their project. Once she sees McCrea, business seems less important than being in his arms. If Miriam were not already a sass mouth MVP, she would certainly win the honour with her Pre-Code gangster impression.
Children’s event– Music Engineering Workshop
Location- Lucan Library, Newcastle Road
Description- Making a speaker / amplifier.
Please note: Children will be using soldering irons and sharp utensils during this workshop.
Strictly for ages 10+
Location- Malahide RFC, Estuary Road
Description- Malahide RFC is proud to announce that Mary Black will be performing at the Malahide RFC Marquee Festival on Friday 17th May. For one night only, Mary and her all-star band, will perform favourite songs from her immense catalogue spanning over 30 years. Timeless songs of a generation from No Frontiers and Katie to Bright Blue Rose and many more – songs so many of us know by heart.
Expect a special night where Mary brings her magic to these incomparable, shining songs and many more besides.
For over a quarter-century, singer Mary Black has been a dominant presence in Irish music, both at home and abroad. Mary has released 11 studio albums all of which achieved platinum sales status and spawned countless hits. She has shared stages, TV shows and recording studios with some of the most revered performers of her time. She has also played a front-line role in bringing Irish music, past and present, to an increasingly appreciative and ever-growing global audience.
In an industry noted for its fickleness and its almost insatiable need for fresh novelties Mary Black’s enduring successes have proven that her depth of talent and her love of singing transcend the generations, as well as national and musical boundaries too. She is indeed a real Irish treasure and her talent a gift from this small island to a grateful world.
Children’s event– A Celebration of 40 Years of Dalkey School Project
Location- Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, Killiney Hill Road
Description- Come join us on the 17th May to celebrate Dalkey School Project’s 40th Birthday with DSP friends, parents, pupils and teachers, past and present. Who would have imagined in 1978 that our small school was the start of an Educate Together movement that today includes 84 primary and 13 secondary schools around Ireland. Let’s come together to celebrate the successes of our school as we continue to build an equality-based educational future for the next generations of children in Ireland.
Event– Dublin Plays Itself
Location- IFI, Temple Bar
Description- Join us as we take to the streets in a programme presented by IFI, the Irish Architecture Foundation, and Poetry Ireland. The presentations interweave Dublin’s architectural, literary and cinema history in a lively blend of walks and talks and film presentations.
Guided by film and architectural experts, Dublin Plays Itself explores the city’s rich heritage through direct encounter and though films of the city in bygone days from collections in the IFI Irish Film Archive. Screenings take place at stop-off points during the walk: the Irish Film Institute, Temple Bar; the Irish Architecture Foundation, Bachelor’s Walk; and Poetry Ireland, Parnell Square.
No matter how well you know Dublin, Dublin Plays Itself is an entirely new way to experience the city!
Children’s event– Go Wild! Family Art Workshop & Museum Tour – Relaxed Event
Location- Trinity College Zoologial Museum
Description- Go wild with Aga Grandowicz and Rob Maguire (joined by Margaret-Anne Suggs for the relaxed event). Begin with a family tour of the Zoology Museum in Trinity College Dublin, led by a real life zoologist. After that, Rob will talk about the fascinating Irish animals in his and Aga’s book Dr Hibernica Finch’s Compelling Compendium of Irish Animals, and Aga (and Margaret-Anne for the relaxed event) will show you how to draw them.
As a child in Poland, Aga Grandowicz wanted to be a vet but changed her mind and became a graphic designer instead. Rob loves coming up with madcap ideas – such as writing a book about animals, despite being allergic to them. Margaret Anne Suggs is the award-winning illustrator of Pigín of Howth, written by Kathleen Watkins. Don’t miss this unique event for animal-loving families!
In association with Little Island and the Zoology Department, Trinity College, Dublin
Please note this 11am show is a relaxed event, suitable for children on the autism spectrum
Location- Reformation, Blackrock
Description- Across cultures and time, the practice of using sound in ceremony, celebration, meditation and medicine is common throughout the world, dating back more than 5000 years; including tribal drumming, mantra, chanting, song and vibrational healing, using many ancient instruments such as gong, singing bowls, drums, digeridoo … the list is endless!
During more than 10 years of roving the world, Chloe’s curiosity took her dipping and diving into many cultures, learning about ancient practices and beliefs from Scandinavia to Asia, the plains of Africa and the jungles of Latin America, to the Himalayas and the Indian Subcontinent. Chloe believes that curiosity is the greatest gift and thrives on finding magic and beauty in the little things. It is with this intense curiosity and attention that Chloe creates truly unique and powerful, immersive sound healing experiences, carefully guiding participants on a deeply relaxing and restorative meditative journey.
A constant student of all things sound and meditation, Chloe brings learning from around the world into her work as a sound therapy practitioner. She integrates her training and techniques learned from a diverse range of cultures and countries, including her studies of modern western methods in Germany, as well as traditional eastern methods of working with sound, learned in Nepal while studying the use of sound and vibration in balancing Qi (energy) in ayurvedic medicine.
She believes that everyone has the capacity to access and connect to that deep state of peace and love, that this is your true state and that sound/ vibration is a powerful tool in aiding this connection. And for anyone that thinks that’s all a load of rubbish, at the very least she will leave you feeling totally relaxed, rejuvenated and ready to take on the world again!
Finally drawn back to the motherland last year and based in Dublin, Chloe still likes to roam in her campervan, reconnecting with ancient Ireland and our own rich and mystical history.
She works professionally with sound in the therapeutic setting, offering private sound-massage therapy as an effective complimentary therapy that can assist with reducing stress and anxiety, improve sleep, deepen meditation and bring about clarity, improved concentration, focus and memory.
Her Sound Bath Sessions are not to be missed and where she’ll be bringing good vibrations and a little bit of magic!
Children’s event– St. Anne’s City Farm – Family day
Location- Dublin City Farm and Ecology Centre, All Saints Road, D05 C960 Dublin 5
Description- St. Anne’s City Farm is open free to the public every Sunday.
Morning session 10 am to 12 pm
Afternoon Sessions 1 pm to 2.30 pm
Please book the whole family in, tickets are free!