5 Things to Do This Week
29 June to 5 July 2020 – Time to explore again
As we enter Phase 3 of the roadmap for Ireland’s easing of the COVID-19 we have some suggestions for how to make the most of our freedom! This is our top 5 things to do this week.
ART: National Gallery of Ireland
We are so excited to hear that the National Gallery of Ireland is set to open the Millennium Wing, Rooms 1–5 (European art 1850–1950) this Monday. Feast your eyes on Claude Monet’s Argenteuil Basin with a Single Sailboat. Enjoy Pablo Picasso’s Still Life with a Mandolin. A perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon in Dublin.
MUSIC: Traidphicnic 2020 ar líne
Féilé Traidphicnic is going virtual. From 3 – 5 July there will be an explosion of traditional music online. With Séamus Begley, Samanta Harvey, Aisling Lyons among a stellar line-up of performers set to take part, we have a real treat in store.
Link: Facebook Page
SPORT: Cork City Marathon
Although the Cork City Marathon has been sadly cancelled this year, there is still an opportunity to lace up your runners and hit the road. You are invited to sign up and run for yourself or for charity.
Race One (1K, 5K &10K) May 31- July 1
Race Two (20K & 42K) July 1 – July 31
Link: Cork City Marathon
CULTURE: The Axis Chats
The Axis Chats series is a super collection of conversations available to view online. Highlights include a catch up with one of our favourite directors, Lenny Abrahamson. You can also watch a specially commissioned filmed series of The Windy Lady by Pom Boyd.
FESTIVAL: Clonmel Junction Festival
Always a high point of the Irish arts calendar, this years Clonmel Junction Festival has been re-imagined for our unprecedented times. With a vibrant programme of virtual events happening between 4 – 12 July, there is something for all ages and interests. Here are our highlights
All details correct at time of publication. Please check with the organiser before finalising your plans.