Event– Free Yoga Classes in Merrion Square
Location- Merrion Square
Description- After the success of last year, Camile is proud to announce our free yoga classes in Merrion Square are back!
Every Monday this summer, come down for a relaxing and invigorating post-work wind down (6:15 – 7:00PM) with certified yoga instructor Veronica Vincenzi. All levels are welcome! Event brought to you in partnership with Dublin City Sport & Wellbeing Council.
We have 60 mats on hand, but classes may go over – please bring your own mat, or come early to avoid disappointment!
Children’s event– ReCreate Summer Camp July 22-26
Location- ReCreate Ireland, Ballymount Industrial Estate
Description- Join us this July at the Warehouse of Wonders for a week of creative fun!
The camp runs from July 22-26 and is for children aged 7-12.
ReCreate is a social enterprise that promotes creativity through reuse. Explore our Warehouse of Wonders with our Creative Team and invent using materials such as wool, cardboard, foil and an unusual range of plastics. The week promises to be lots of fun filled with making, creating, arts, crafts and music. We are excited to collaborate with Dabbledoo Music for a very special workshop where you will learn to create different sounds and even make your own instruments!
About this Event :Date: 22-26 July Time: 9.30-2.30Location: ReCreate, Unit J5, Ballymount Drive, Ballymount Industrial Estate, D12Cost:€100 -1 Child€180- 2 Children€240- 3 childrenTo apply, please fill out the application form for your child/children hereFor more information or to find deposit payment options please see our website Or contact Fiona at fharrington@recreate(01) 456 8798
Event– The Sleepwalkers
Location- Samuel Beckett Theatre
Description- The Sleepwalkers is an original theatre project co-produced by Dublin Youth Theatre and Pan Pan.
During an unknown natural catastrophe, seventeen members of DYT, who from now on will be known as the anonymous characters, find themselves trapped in an abandoned building. Every time they try to leave and go outside, they fall asleep and wake up back where they started, rehearsing the same scene from Arthur Miller’s The Crucible:
“Oh how hard it is when pretense falls! But it falls, it falls!
I am so alone in the world now.”
Terrified? You should be. Along the way they try to solve the world’s problems, just in case they ever wake up to find that the world still exists. Think classic horror movie plots, teenage angst, and the natural wisdom of the young, all given a voice that you can’t help listening to.
The performance will ask the question: what does it mean to be awake? Working collaboratively with members of DYT, a theatre performance will be created around the subjects/themes of technology, community and inequality, exploring a series of original texts and ideas generated by DYT members as well as found texts from The Tempest to The Crucible.
The Sleepwalkers is a leap into the void. Are we sleepwalking towards Armageddon? Should we really fear the world changing?
Children’s event– Junior Robotics Summer Camp
Location- Technological University Dublin, Tallaght
Description- Suitable for children aged 8-11 years.
Our Junior Robotics Camp enables children to discover Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in a fun, engaging and hands-on way. Working with the latest LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 kits, students will be introduced to the world of robotics by building and programming robots to complete various challenges.
Event– Dublin Writers Retreat
Location- United Arts Club, 3 Fitzwilliam Street Upper
Description- Write with NY Times best-selling authors and literary agent at the historic United Arts Club in the heart of Dublin. Acclaimed retreat and writers’ conference. July 22 – 26, 2019, five day conference. Tuition includes lunch each day, and all conference sessions. In the evenings, we have optional excursions around Dublin. Writers book their own rooms nearby or at the United Arts Club.
Bring a friend and get a $200 discount on your tuition. Use the promo code FRIEND and enter the name of your friend who is registering when you check out. For more information and full schedule, go to our web site: www.DublinWritersRetreat.com. Or write to: Margaret@RohmLiterary.com. Scholarships and student discounts available. We can also help with your room booking. For more info, go to the web site or email us.
Children’s event– St. Anne’s City Farm – Family Volunteer Day
Location- Dublin City Farm, Clontarf
Description- This event is for the people who would like to come along on the Saturday Volunteer days but don’t get a chance. It’s the perfect day for everyone who is interested in getting involved at the farm, from feeding the animals to mucking out stables to helping in our growing area, come get involved in our little farm.
The event starts at 10 am sharp.
Work on the farm
Lunch at 12 pm
Finish up for the day.
Please come dressed in appropriate clothes and shoes to work in.
Event– Temple Bar Arts Festival 2019
Location- Temple Bar Arts Festival 2019
Description- A series of events based around creativity and fun in the middle of Dublin. There will be workshops, guest speakers, ‘paint party’, exhibitions and more!
*Recycle Rubbish Into Art
*Paint A Canvas
& much more!
Click going to stay updated about the lineup.
WEDNESDAY 24TH JULY
Showca$e: Creative Talks Series
Showca$e: Photo Design Art Idea
FRIDAY 26TH JULY: Cloud9 Artshow 7pm
SATURDAY 27TH JULY: Dublin Story Time 7pm
Dublin Story Time: Fear
SUNDAY 28TH JULY: Drink Tea & Draw 2pm
Drink Tea & Draw: Paint An Elephant Canvas In Temple Bar
Cost- Pay for the time you spend there
Children’s event– Little Makers Art and Craft Summer Camps
Location- Marlay Park
Description- We are very exited about our Little Makers Summer Camps. Activities includes making toys, slime, drawing, painting, clay modeling, printing, decoupage and much more.
Cost- First class FREE, 1 term 10 classes €75
Event– Monsieur Pompier’s Travelling Freakshow + Special Guests
Location- Anseo Camden Street
Monsieur Pompier’s Travelling Freakshow finally returns to Dublin for the first time since their debut show in March 2018! Since then they have toured all over Europe and evolved into an even more chaotic collection of madcap oddballs and oddities!
There will be ALL NEW FREAKS, SPECIAL GUESTS, and ALL MANNER OF WEIRDNESS ON SHOW!
Cost- €5 suggested donation
Children’s event– IFI Family Festival
Location- Irish Film Institute, Temple bar
Description- Spread your film wings this summer with our great programme choices. Stop off in Japan for a brand new anime, or touch down in Australia; root for Sune in Sweden, or feisty Ladhaki girl Chuskit in India. However different the setting, many of the films we’ve chosen share a common theme of characters trying to find their own way against family traditions.
Biodiversity and conservation play a part too, in our rainforest-set minibeast opening film and Sunday’s closing film. With Irish premieres and big screen escapades, whatever the weather, you can see the world this July at the IFI.
Event– Artfully – Craft Arts Market at Lucky’s
Location- Lucky’s Meath Street
Description- Hopfully Brewing x Lucky’s Present: Artfully Craft Arts Market – Ireland’s artistic celebration of craft, design, music, craft beer and pizza. It will be a day-long art exhibition, live music, delicious wood-fired pizza by Coke Lane Pizza and craft beer by Hopfully Brewing
There will be an amazing workshop with Tape Art Movement, art made of adhesive tape, a form of art that has gained increasing popularity in recent years.
Cost- Free to attend
Children’s event– Summer Kids Event
Location- Jervis Shopping Centre
Description- This Summer, we are hosting an amazing programme of FREE family events every Saturday in July and August so read on to find out what we have in store!
Sat 27th July – Jack Wise comes to Jervis with his incredible Show. Laugh till you cry and marvel at the skill and excitement of Jack Wise’s unique magic show! With mesmerizing card tricks and amazing mind games, the kids will leave Jervis Shopping Centre dazzled!
Cost- Free to attend
Event– #WimRise for Clean Seas
Location- Sandycove Beach
Description- It’s your sea. It provides you with half the oxygen you breathe. It’s your sea. It provides you with the water you use everyday. It’s your sea. It keeps you alive. But, your sea is often awash with sewage. Want to do something about it?
On Sunday 28 July, we’re holding a #WimRise dedicated to keeping our seas clean. #WimRise is a free event for adventurous souls who want to breathe (using the Wim Hof Method) with the rising sun and then go for a dip in the cold Irish sea.
But, this one is different.
We want to get as many of our politicians, councillors and representatives to attend as possible. So, they can see how important the sea is to us. So, you can tell them, in person, what you feel about sewage in our seas.
And that is where you come in
Find out who your represetatives are and request that they attend. Strongly encourage them to come along. They are, afterall, your representative.
Everyone is welcome to attend #WimRise.
Rise. Breathe. Swim.
Children’s event– Put Yourself in the Picture
Location- The Arc Dublin, 11a Eustace Street
Description- Celebrating the children of Ireland, The Ark presents a portrait exhibition of over 100 drawings by some of Ireland’s best known artists. Part of Right Here Right Now! The Ark’s Festival of Children
Drawn from The Ark’s newly commissioned portrait collection, the exhibition places children at the centre of contemporary art-making.
The contributing artists are Brian Maguire, Blaise Smith, Conor Walton, Dorothy Smith, PJ Lynch, Una Sealy, Gabhann Dunne, Sahoko Blake, Cian McLoughlin, Kathy Tynan, Vera Klute and Alison Pilkington. The resulting art works are really beautiful! This exhibition is both powerful and beautiful.
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