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Showing Free Events events from 5th May 2012 to 4th Jun 2012

  • 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

  • THE CRITICAL TAKE (MAY 2012) This is a free event

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    28th May 2012 (Mon) from 19:00 - 20:30

    Irish Film Institute
    The IFI's free monthly film club, The Critical Take. More

  • Ó Bhéal This is a free event

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    28th May 2012 (Mon) from 21:00 - 23:50

    Ó Bhéal
    The guest poet at Ó Bhéal on Monday the 28th of May is Séamus Barra Ó Súilleabháin. More

  • My House in Umbria This is a free event

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    29th May 2012 (Tue) from 15:00 - 16:43

    Roscommon Arts Centre
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  • Conservation Tour This is a free event

    30th May 2012 (Wed) from 14:30 - 15:30

    National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History
    Conservation Tour An opportunity to get behind the scenes at the Museum to see how artefacts are conserved for the future. Includes a look at furniture and textile conservation and archaeological conservation. Adult event, booking essential. Adults More

  • Bealtaine Reading This is a free event

    30th May 2012 (Wed) from 15:00 - 16:30

    Rathmines Library
    Rathmines Literary Event Bealtaine Reading Wed. 30th May at 3.p.m. Free event. All welcome More

  • new music::new Ireland Salon - Admission FREE This is a free event

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    30th May 2012 (Wed) from 18:00 - 19:00

    National Concert Hall, Kevin Barry room
    The Contemporary Music Centre closes its pre-Summer 2012 Salon series with the Dublin Laptop Orchestra - featuring David Collier, Saramai Leech, Rachel Ní Chuinn and Jenn Kirby. More

  • 'As I roved out' This is a free event

    30th May 2012 (Wed) from 20:00 - 22:00

    National Library of Ireland / Leabharlann Náisiúnta na hÉireann
    A concert of new songs on the theme of travelling and emigration. More

  • Castlebar Active Retired Group Variety Concert This is a free event

    30th May 2012 (Wed) from 20:00 - 22:00

    Linenhall Arts Centre
    Castlebar Active Retired Group presents its ever-popular annual Variety Concert with music, songs, dancing, poems, storytelling and more at the Linenhall. More

  • Babies on Board: Divine Beauty This is a free event

    31st May 2012 (Thu) - 30th May 2012 (Wed) from 11:30 - 12:15

    National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History
    Family Event: Babies on Board: Divine Beauty Be inspired by the Tibetan Buddhist Thangka paintings; engage all your senses in the workshop with artists from Feltmakers Ireland. Booking required. Adults with Toddlers and Babies More

  • 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering This is a free event

    31st May 2012 (Thu) - 6th Jun 2012 (Wed) from 12:00 - 01:00

    Foley's Bar
    The Limerick Writers' Centre Presents Tuesday 5th June 2012 @ 8.00pm June 'On The Nail' Literary Gathering Upstairs@Riddler's Bar, Sarsfield St, Limerick (Limericks Newest Live Venue for Music and the Arts) Organised by The Limerick Writers' Centre this popular monthly reading and open-mic continues to attract audiences with a mix of poetry, prose and music. This month (June) our guests are Afric McGlinchey, Paul Casey and Eleanor Hooker Plus Gabhar Theatre return with another 10 Minute Play 'Cetaciaphobia' by Shane Vaughan More

  • The Story of the Titanic This is a free event

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    31st May 2012 (Thu) from 18:00 - 20:00

    Alliance Francaise de Cork
    Dr. Alicia St. Leger will give an illustrated talk exploring the fascinating story of the White Star Line's most famous ship - Titanic. She will examine the background to the creation of the Titanic and her sister ships Olympic and Britannic, each of which was the largest ship in the world when built. The last port of call for the Titanic on her maiden voyage was Queenstown (now Cobh) in County Cork. The ship sank four days later, on 15 April 1912, with the loss of about 1,500 lives. Since 1912 the tragedy has been recalled in books, films and in many other media. The Titanic is probably the most famous ship in the world and, in this centenary year, continues to fascinate all who explore her story. More

  • May 'Over The Edge: Open Reading' This is a free event

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    31st May 2012 (Thu) from 18:30 - 20:00

    Galway City Library
    The May 'Over The Edge: Open Reading' takes place in Galway City Library on Thursday, May 31st, 6.30-8.00pm. The Featured Readers are Eimear Ryan, Adam White & Bernie Ashe. Eimear Ryan was the over-all winner of the 2011 Over The Edge New Writer of The Year competition and this reading is part of her prize. This is the final Over The Edge: Open Reading before the summer break. More

  • Salmon Poetry - Four debut collections by Sarah Clancy, Colm Keegan, John Murphy & Peadar O'Donoghue This is a free event

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    31st May 2012 (Thu) from 18:30 - 20:30

    The Unitarian Church
    Salmon Poetry launches four debut collections of Irish poetry: Thanks for Nothing, Hippies by Sarah Clancy Don't Go There by Colm Keegan The Book of Water by John Murphy Jewel by Peadar O'Donoghue All are welcome - please join us for what promises to be a fabulous evening of poetry. More

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

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    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) from 06:00 - 08:00

    Theatre Development Centre
    a:Volution is a symphony cycle set to 9 poems: A series of events unfolding in a unique electro-acoustic chamber music setting, where a specially chosen contemporary chamber ensemble and the Voice Effect Choir perform with interactive live electronics, voice sampling, tape, designed lights and AV, in an all-immersive surround sound. More

  • Aleana Egan This is a free event

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    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) - 18th Jul 2012 (Wed) from 11:00 - 18:00

    Douglas Hyde Gallery
    Aleana Egan's art is predominantly intuitive and subjective; she uses simple materials, assembled or barely transformed, to create enigmatic works that have a restrained tone and structure. She groups these pieces into installations that are oddly ambivalent; on the one hand she draws our attention to the way things look, how they settle, sag, curve, or hang; on the other, her forms and shapes act as traces or memories, and as a tentative articulation of shifting responses to remembered places or everyday moments. Gaps and absences are at the heart of what Egan does, and this is what makes her work a little puzzling. Similarly, her frequent literary and historical allusions, which are never explained, are reticent and elliptic. More

  • Come Knit with Me! This is a free event

    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) from 11:00 - 13:00

    National Museum of Ireland - Country Life
    Join our knitting group on the first and third Friday of the month. No booking required. More

  • Mbuti Textiles This is a free event

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    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) - 18th Jul 2012 (Wed) from 11:00 - 18:00

    Douglas Hyde Gallery
    The textile paintings in this exhibition were made by Mbuti pygmies of the Ituri rainforest in the Congo. The material, bark cloth, is created by men in the tribe; it is then decorated by women, using a mixture of charcoal and natural pigments. The designs are related to body painting and have traditional symbolic meanings; the textiles themselves are used as garments and objects of trade. More

  • Launch of I Never Had a Proper Job by Barry Cassin This is a free event

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    1st Jun 2012 (Fri) from 12:00 - 13:00

    Writers' Week Venue
    I Never Had a Proper Job, Barry Cassin's charming memoir, will be launched as part of Listowel Writers' Week. The book will be launched on Friday 1st June, 12pm, by Minister for Arts Jimmy Deenihan. In I Never Had a Proper Job, Barry Cassin opens up the Theatre and Drama world at a time when actors were regarded as 'tinkers', and examines Irish culture, society and life in 1930s and 1940s Dublin. I Never Had A Proper Job combines social commentary, theatre history and memoir to create a fascinating read. More

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