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Showing Outdoor events from 27th Aug 2014 to 26th Sep 2014

  • Dublin Rocks!

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 31 2014)

    St Audoen's Church
    This unique audio guided walking tour combines Dublin architecture, history and geology. Our 2-hour stroll will have you discovering hidden places and stories, stroking Jurassic creatures, and looking at the city in a whole new light! More

  • Short stories from the National Botanic Gardens: 3 audio tours This is a free event

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 31 2014)

    National Botanic Gardens
    Hear about vicious plants that can eat sheep, the philosopher's stone, Irish bananas, and the loneliest plant in the world. Three free downloadable audio tours to take around the gardens, or even listen to at home. Podcast & smart phone versions available. More

  • Discover the Hill of Tara

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends December 31 2014)

    Hill of Tara
    Be amazed! Experience Tara for yourself -- the stories and legends, rituals and monuments. Downloadable audio tour to take at your own pace, when you want. Family pack includes puzzles, colouring & things to do on the hill. More

  • Galway Tour Guides

    Ongoing Event - (Ends February 20 2015)

    The Streets of Galway
    Walking Tour of Galway City More

  • Daily Walking Tour of Grand Canal Dock

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    Ongoing Event - (Ends September 30 2014)

    Waterways Ireland Visitor Centre
    Daily Walking Tour of Grand Canal Dock departing from the Waterways Ireland Visitor Centre. More

  • Peoples Art Exhibition

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    9th May 2014 (Fri) - 7th Dec 2014 (Sun)

    St. Stephen's Green
    The Peoples Art Exhibition is held six weekends a year over three days around the picturesque St. Stephens Green. Dublin. There are hundreds of artists and thousands of paintings to see. Get to meet the artists, see their work and buy art directly from them. 2014 People's Art Exhibitions: 9, 10, 11 May 2014 | 20, 21, 22 June 2014 | 25, 26, 27 July 2014 | 22, 23, 24 August 2014 | 19, 20, 21 September 2014 | 5, 6, 7 December 2014 www.peoplesart.ie More

  • Sculpture in Context This is a free event

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    4th Sep 2014 (Thu) - 17th Oct 2014 (Fri)

    National Botanic Gardens
    Sculpture in Context in the National Botanic Gardens showcases the work of Irish and international artists, it is the largest and most exciting outdoor sculpture exhibition in Ireland. More

  • Inishbofin Jaunt Guided Writers' Retreat

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    6th Sep 2014 (Sat) from 20:00 - 21:00

    Inishbofin Island ( Island houses)
    6-day Guided and facilitated Writing Retreat on beautiful Inishbofin island, Connemara. More

  • HARP / A River Cantata

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    6th Sep 2014 (Sat) from 21:00 - 21:35

    Samuel Beckett Bridge
    Join a triumphant opening weekend celebration as this once-off large-scale outdoor performance turns Santiago Calatrava’s Samuel Beckett Bridge into Ireland's largest musical instrument, telling the story of the Harp of Dagda on a massive scale. Tom Lane's composition is inspired by the frequencies of the elegant supports or 'strings', featuring artists on the bridge, the river and its north and south banks. This huge undertaking, rejoicing in the bridge and the city will bring together musicians and performers from all over Dublin. They will be joined by opera singers, drummers and dancers who will bring the area to life in spectacular new ways. From the company that brought you the award winning FLATPACK; directed by Conor Hanratty and produced by Matt Smyth. Supported by Airbus International, Dillon Eustace and Dublin City Council Events Office, featuring brass players from the Dublin Concert Band with singers from Tonnta Music and Friends. Photo Credit: Ciara Corrigan Please note this performance is free and unticketed. We strongly recommend that audience members travel by foot, bicycle or public transport to this event. Please note that the Samuel Beckett Bridge will be closed to all traffic, including pedestrians, from 18:00 – 22:00 on September 6th. Viewing areas are on North Wall Quay, and to the east of the bridge on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay. The event is best viewed at a distance of 100-200 metres from the bridge. Public Transport: To view from the Northside (North Wall Quay) Luas Red Line - Spencer Dock Station Dart: Connolly Station Rail: Docklands Station, Connolly Station Dublin Bikes: Stations on North Wall Quay, Customs House Quay Dublin Bus: 155, 15A, 142 To view from the Southside (Sir John Rogerson’s Quay) Dublin Bikes: Stations Hanover Quay, Benson St and Lime St. Dublin Bus: 15A, 47 Dart: Grand Canal Dock Station A disabled viewing area will be in operation on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, west of the Samuel Beckett Bridge. This is an outdoor event. Please dress accordingly. A disabled viewing area will be in operation on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, west of the Samuel Beckett Bridge. More

  • Flavour of Killorglin

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    12th Sep 2014 (Fri) - 14th Sep 2014 (Sun)

    Killorglin
    The Flavour of Killorglin festival takes place this year on the 12th – 14th of September in Killorglin Co. Kerry. The Flavour event celebrates the culinary and cultural delights of Killorglin and the surrounding areas, combining great food with events and entertainment for the local community and visitors alike. More

  • See Dublin by Bike

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    13th Sep 2014 (Sat) from 14:00 - 17:00

    Ranelagh Arts Centre
    A tourism venture from two ex RTÉ men, Julian Vignoles and Seán Farrell. Already highly regarded on Trip Advisor, the tours offer an intimate, revealing exploration of the city and suburbs, for natives and tourists alike. More

  • PLACES

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    17th Sep 2014 (Wed) from 20:00 - 21:15

    Temple Bar Gallery and Studios
    Part of a two concert series (see here for Responses) in which five wind players lead the audience on an interactive navigation through Dublin’s soundscape. Peter Ablinger’s composition Places (17 Sept) is performed in three separate acoustic spaces visited by audience and musicians walking together through the city. In Responses (18 Sept), four Dublin composers (Gráinne Mulvey, Piaras Hoban, Rob Canning and Fergal Dowling) create a common response to Ablinger's work in a collaborative performance for interactive electronics and five mobile wind musicians who move amongst the audience over the four floors of the Atrium at Temple Bar Galleries and Studios. Funded by Dublin City Council and the Austrian Embassy Dublin. Supported by Contemporary Music Centre Dublin and the Irish Architectural Foundation. Please note Places is partially outdoors and involves walking. Click here to book for Responses This event is partially outdoors so dress accordingly. €26 ticket deal for both Places and Responses More

  • Responses

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    18th Sep 2014 (Thu) from 20:00 - 21:00

    Temple Bar Gallery and Studios
    Part of a two concert series (click here for Places) in which five wind players lead the audience on an interactive navigation through Dublin’s soundscape. In Responses (18 Sept), four Dublin composers (Gráinne Mulvey, Piaras Hoban, Rob Canning and Fergal Dowling) create a common response to Ablinger's work in a collaborative performance for interactive electronics and five mobile wind musicians who move amongst the audience over the four floors of the Atrium at Temple Bar Galleries and Studios. Download music and instructions for Responses concert (18 Sept) with your ticket purchase. Go explore! Funded by Dublin City Council and the Austrian Embassy Dublin. Supported by Contemporary Music Centre Dublin and the Irish Architectural Foundation. Responses requires downloading of audio in advance of the performance, details will be available here ahead of the performance. Tickets for Responses are available only in advance, not at the door. Click here to book for Places Advance booking only. Concert-goers who book for Responses will receive a link to an audio recording which you should download before attending. €26 ticket deal for both Places and Responses More

  • Artist Trail Bus Tour

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    20th Sep 2014 (Sat) - 28th Sep 2014 (Sun)

    Blue Haven
    Take in the Kinsale galleries over one day on the festival bus tour – including a stop for lunch at your leisure. More

  • Farranghostway

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    22nd Sep 2014 (Mon) from 22:00 - 23:00

    Farrangalway Railway Station
    Faded memories, lost souls or something more sinister? Strange things have been happening late at night at the old railway station. Closed to passengers since 1931, the historic Farrangalway Railway Station will be open to the public for one night only. An unusual evening of storytelling and film, join one of Ireland’s best known Seanachaí for a night that will chill you to the bone. This event is outdoors with limited cover. Please bring warm clothes and / or umbrella in the event of bad weather. More

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