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As Spring has sprung, the fairies are getting ready for the most beautiful time of year! Help fairy Lola this Sunday on her quest to find the treasure just in time for the magical fairy ball.
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Events this weekend include a free Turas Sheachtain na Gaeilge at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum which also includes a a complimentary admission to the O'Connell Tower, a Super Céilí at Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich in Belfast and a Treasures and Triumphs Illustration Workshop at Epic Ireland on Saturday afternoon.
On Saturday afternoon, take a tour of the iconic treasures in the National Museum of Ireland | Archaeology including the 'Tara' Brooch and the Ardagh Chalice. No booking required, places allocated on a first come first served basis.
Every Sunday, families are welcomed to the National Art Gallery with a free creative workshop at 11:30 and a family friendly tour at 12:30. Drop-in and stay for as long (or as little!) as you wish. Suitable for children of all ages.
This Sunday morning The Model host a colourful and action-packed day in response to their new exhibition, The Sea Around Us. The day starts with the launch of My Model interactive children’s guide and ends with a sea-themed film for all the family.
The Lonsdale Project is a new theatre show about the life and work of Kathleen Lonsdale. Suitable for children from 11+, the show on Saturday 14th, tells the story of the chemist, crystallographer, anti-war campaigner, writer, mother and former inmate of Holloway Prison.
On Saturday, send clues to aliens across the universe to help them find your artistic treasure here in Ireland. Imagine you are sending a space-bottle on a journey through the cosmos that will guide the finder to a specific place back on Earth. It will lead them all the way to our lovely country called Ireland, where a very special object is to be found.
First Cut! Youth Film Festival is an annual event dedicated to showcasing new films by young filmmakers. Now in its eleventh year, it takes place over four days at the Mall Arts Centre and The Regal Cinema in Youghal, Co. Cork.
In addition to presenting programmes of films in all genres by individual filmmakers, schools and youth groups, it offers workshops and talks by film industry professionals in a friendly atmosphere where young people with a passion for making movies can meet and mingle with their peers.
Three days of music, drama, art, poetry and fun in Kanturk, in the heart of Duhallow, leading up to St Patrick's Weekend. The Kanturk Arts Festival aims to celebrate and promote the arts in the region and to provide a platform and focal point for the arts locally.
One of the biggest mysteries in physics today is what exactly makes up our Universe, and why – according to the world’s leading scientists – 95 percent of it cannot be observed.
Science Gallery Dublin will explore the elusive building blocks of the Universe with INVISIBLE, a free exhibition and events programme combining art, physics, and philosophy. The exhibition will run until 31st May.
Set sail for fun and imagination with Captain Splash in the Moar Theatre on Sunday as children become part of the crew, perform magic tricks, and hear tales of the high seas. Meet Squawk the parrot, Sam the Clam, and Squidly too.
Direct from his weekday magic show abraKIDabra on RTÉjr, Joe Daly brings his children’s comedy magic and illusion show to glór on St. Patrick's Day. Tables will fly, cola will get poured over a volunteer’s head and it will even snow on stage…and that’s just for starters!