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Showing Free Events events from 24th May 2012 to 23rd Jun 2012

  • Afric McGlinchey & Paul Casey This is a free event

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    24th May 2012 (Thu) at 20:00

    Triskel Christchurch
    Afric McGlinchey & Paul Casey Thurs 24 May, 8 pm Triskel Christchurch :: Free Irish-born Afric McGlinchey grew up in various countries in Africa, returning to Cork in 1999. She is a Hennessy Award winner and is a poetry reviewer for Southword and Sabotage. Her debut collection, 'The Lucky Star of Hidden Things,' is published by Salmon. Cork poet Paul Casey grew up between Ireland and Africa, living over thirty years abroad and working in multimedia, teaching and film. Paul's chapbook of longer poems 'It's Not all Bad' was published in 2009 and his poetry-film 'The Lammas Hireling', premiered at Berlin's Zebra Poetry-Film Festival 2010. He is the founder/organiser of the Ó Bhéal weekly reading series in Cork. More

  • Salmon Poetry launches new collections by Paul Casey and Afric McGlinchey This is a free event

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    24th May 2012 (Thu) from 20:00 - 22:00

    Triskel Arts Centre
    Salmon Poetry launches two new collections of poetry: home more or less by Paul Casey and The Lucky Star of Hidden Things by Afric McGlinchey All are welcome. Do join us! More

  • Visions Of Africa This is a free event

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    25th May 2012 (Fri) - 25th Jun 2012 (Mon) from 09:00 - 19:00

    Siamsa Tire Theatre and Arts Centre
    Visions of Africa is an annual photographic exhibition hosted jointly by KADE and ClubHeadBangBang. Each year we seek striking photographs that portray a positive image of Africa. More

  • The third Home Rule crisis: centenary perspectives This is a free event

    25th May 2012 (Fri) - 26th May 2012 (Sat)

    National Library of Ireland / Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann
    The NLI presents this two day conference to mark the 100th anniversary of the Home Rule crisis of 1912. More

  • 'Untouched' Gallery Tour (Bealtaine Festival) This is a free event

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    25th May 2012 (Fri) from 11:00 - 12:00

    Ballina Arts Centre
    During the month of May, Ballina Arts Centre will present two exhibitions by renowned multimedia artist Varvara Shavrova. Using the Ballina Civic Offices exhibition space and the Arts Centre's own gallery space, the two exhibitions will run simultaneously throughout the month, with The Opera at Ballina Arts Centre and Untouched at Ballina Civic Offices (Arran Place) More

  • TDC:The Friday Showing of... This is a free event

    25th May 2012 (Fri) from 18:00 - 19:00

    Theatre Development Centre
    RIUCHI develops around a series of short circus acts in which technology, movement and theatre meet to create an innovative stage performance. To a subtle score perpetually interrupted by spontaneous rhythm, RIUCHI employs misdirection, displays a variety of circus skills, and controls cutting-edge light and sound devices whilst transversing genres. He offers compelling moments that renew the perception of what contemporary circus acts can become, hovering deftly between juggling, comedy, dance and magic. Admission is free! Hope to see you there More

  • 'ON THE WALL' EXHIBITION This is a free event

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    25th May 2012 (Fri) - 16th Jun 2012 (Sat) at 19:30

    The Solas Art Gallery
    On Fri 25th May the second "On The Wall" Exhibition opens at the Solas Gallery In Ballinamore. An exhibition without a painting or photograph. Artists have been asked to create pieces of work that will hang on the wall or go on a plinth that are outside their normal artwork. This is the second "On the Wall" at Solas, the first being an outstanding success. Artists and public are asked to stretch their imaginations a bit, and enjoy the different skills and ideas on show. More

  • IMRAM sa Chlub This is a free event

    25th May 2012 (Fri) from 20:00 - 23:00

    Club Chonradh na Gaeilge
    Fidléir agus amhránaí leis an ngrúpa iomráiteach The Frames é Colm Mac Con Iomaire. Tá ceol meallacach le cloisteáil ar an gcéad albam aonair uaidh, Cúinne an Ghiorria/ The Hare's Corner. Tá filíocht Mícheál Ó hUanacháin ar fáil i dteangacha éagsúla, Gaeilge na hAlban, Dúitsis, Spáinnis, Seirbis agus Rómáinis. I measc na leabhar is déanaí uaidh tá Damhsa Rúnda agus dánta .com. Tháinig a chéad leabhar ar na mallaibh ó Antaine Ó Donnaile, Urú Gealaí Goirme(agus tréaslaímid leis é) ina ríomhtar an choimhlint pholaitiúil, saol an teaghlaigh agus an stair shóisialta. Guth úr i litríocht na Gaeilge í Doireann Ní Ghríofa agus is aoibhinn éadrom an nóta a bhuailtear sa chéad chnuasach uaithi, Résheoid. Tréaslaímid léi é. More

  • Demonstration: Connacht Textile Crafters This is a free event

    26th May 2012 (Sat) from 11:00 - 16:00

    National Museum of Ireland - Country Life
    Demonstration Connacht Textile Crafters 'A Miscellany of Crafts'. Watch members demonstrate a wide range of textile crafts. No booking required. All ages More

  • Community Day at the National Print Museum This is a free event

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    26th May 2012 (Sat) from 12:00 - 16:00

    National Print Museum
    Join the fun on Community Day at the National Print Museum! Saturday 26 May, 12.00 - 16.00 Free Admission More

  • Saturday Talk: Hidden in Plain Sight-Prehistoric Rock Art This is a free event

    26th May 2012 (Sat) from 12:00 - 12:45

    National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
    Saturday Talk: Hidden in Plain Sight-Prehistoric Rock Art Talk by Clíodhna Ni Lionain, UCD on the open-air rock art of Ireland, Britain and Northwest Spain. Hear some theories regarding its significance, issues arising from tourism and options for preservation. Located in the Viking AV room. No booking required. Not wheelchair accessible. Ages 14+ More

  • Author Visit - ALAN NOLAN This is a free event

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    26th May 2012 (Sat) at 13:00

    Bachelors Walk
    Come along & meet Alan in Bridge St Books where he will talk about graphic novels & comics, including his own. In this interactive session, he will discuss characters & plots & give a drawing demonstration that you can join in on. Alan is kindly bringing along a half drawn comic for each of you, based on his Big Break Detectives characters - the story is open ended & you get to finish it any way you like! Paper, pencils & the (photocopied) half drawn comic provided by the author. Alan Nolan is a comics writer, graphic designer, artist and co-creator of the horror series Sancho. He is the creator of The Big Break Detectives Casebook, a graphic novel for younger readers, and the Murder Can Be Fatal mysteries. More

  • Indian Classical Dance from UNITAS This is a free event

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    26th May 2012 (Sat) at 13:30

    Wicklow Arts Festival Main Stage
    Indian Classical Dance (Bharatanatyam) Medley performed by Meera Ramalingam & Niranjana Rajagopalan Bharatanatyam is the most popular of the classical dance forms in India. Meera and Niranjana have choreographed this dance by adapting classical Bharatanatyam into a more contemporary style to match steps with a series of foot tapping fusion music from different regions of India. More

  • Family Tour: Whale of a Time! This is a free event

    26th May 2012 (Sat) from 15:00 - 16:00

    National Museum of Ireland - Natural History
    Family Tour: Whale of a Time! Fishy fun as we take an in-depth look at marine animals on this family tour, including the sharks and whales. No booking required. Wheelchair accessible. Families More

  • Author Visit - ALAN EARLY This is a free event

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    26th May 2012 (Sat) at 16:00

    Bachelors Walk
    Born in Leitrim and now living in Dublin, Alan Early used to write and illustrate short stories about Banshees and ghost animals and whatever else struck his imagination. When he was ten, he visited Dublinia, a recreated Viking village and so began a love affair with Viking lore. 'Arthur Quinn' is set in Dublin, telling the story of Arthur who's dad is offered a job working on the new Metro tunnel. While exploring the dangerous tunnel and a hidden underground river, Arthur and his new friends Will and Ash find a mysterious glowing pendant. The pendant depicts a giant snake strangling the trunk of a tree. The friends soon figure out that the pendant is a warning, a sign that something evil is waiting underneath the city. More

  • Dublin Dance Festival & Temple Bar Cultural Trust present Encounter Indian Dance: Sacred Geometry This is a free event

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    26th May 2012 (Sat) from 19:00 - 19:45

    Temple Bar
    Discover the sights and sounds of classical Indian dance style Bharatanatyam. Divya Kasturi weaves together the traditional imagery, gestures and powerful rhythms of this temple dance. A splendid evening of glorious colour, music and dance for all the family! Enchanting, colourful and emotive. Takes place in Meeting House Square in Temple Bar. More

  • The Blood Red Mountain Band This is a free event

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    27th May 2012 (Sun) at 14:30

    Wicklow Arts Festival Main Stage
    Formed in a cellar in a howling storm, The Blood Reds have been popping up at festivals all over Ireland for the last couple of years. In 2009 they were awarded the accolade of BEST MUSICAL GROUP by the Irish festivals umbrella group AOIFE. Having earned their stripes touring & gigging, they are now hard at work on their debut album. They have graced the stage of such venues as Vicar St; Dolan's, Limerick; Whelans 7 The Village in Dublin on several occasions & their thrice yearly gigs at The Cobblestone are always sold out. Their influences are The Band, Arcade Fire, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Ryan Adams & The Flaming Lips. More

  • Public Tour This is a free event

    27th May 2012 (Sun) from 15:00 - 16:00

    National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History
    Public Tour Whet your appetite for history on a short stroll through the galleries, learning more about the fascinating objects along the way. Places allocated on a first-come basis from 15 minutes before event starts. Adults More

  • Workshop / My Museum: Sacred Scarabs from Ancient Egypt! This is a free event

    27th May 2012 (Sun) from 15:00 - 16:00

    National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
    Workshop My Museum: Sacred Scarabs from Ancient Egypt! Ancient Egyptians believed scarab beetles represented their sun god Ra on earth. See a sacred scarab beetle on a real Egyptian mummy and make a clay beetle to take home. No booking required. 15 places, first come basis. Not wheelchair accessible. Ages 6+ More

  • The Barley Mob This is a free event

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    27th May 2012 (Sun) at 17:00

    Wicklow Arts Festival Main Stage
    The BaRLey MOB are a 7 piece group who's collective influences have fused to create a unique style of music. Described as one of the hardest working bands in Ireland, they bring a fresh blend of uplifting music to their listeners, embellished and delivered with equal measures of rock riffs, soulful melodies, folk jigs and infectious beats. More

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