5 Things to Do This Week
20 – 26 July – Our top 5 things to do this week
The pubs might remain closed, but there’s still plenty to do on and offline this week. Here’s our weekly round up of what’s on…
FILM: CIFF Film Club: ‘Best of the Fest’ Summer Series Shorts + Q&A
The Cork International Film Festival are showing a specially selected summer series of fortnightly screenings of new Irish and international features, documentaries and classics. This is followed by exclusive interviews and Q&As with filmmakers. This Tuesday expect a treat. Senior Programmer Don O’ Mahony has delved into the archives to select and celebrate award-winning Irish short films presented at the Festival over the past decade,
Link : CIFF Film Club
MARINE: Dingle Oceanworld
Dingle Oceanworld is must do for those visiting the Kingdom this summer. Ireland’s largest aquarium hosts a collection of magnificent Sand Tiger Sharks, Gentoo Penguins and Asian Short-Clawed Otters. Kids will love the chance to touch a sting ray and find nemo. And there is plenty to keep adults busy too, with informative staff on hand to answer all questions. There are excellent safety measures in place, adhering to COVID-19 guidelines. Advance booking is also required.
Link: Dingle Oceanworld
HERITAGE: 14 Henrietta Street
14 Henrietta Street has reopened to the public for guided tours. You can experience over 300 years of Dublin life in the walls of this one address. The tours bring you on a journey from the houses grand Georgian beginnings to the tenement dwellings of its later years. This is definitely a must visit for those on staycation in Dublin. Advanced booking is essential.
Link: 14 Henrietta Street
THEATRE: Tiny Plays 24/7
Fishamble theatre company present Tiny 24/7 online this Friday. The culmination of months of collaborations and creativity, this selection of tiny plays should be a real delight. With a stellar line up of actors, and some world renowned playwrights involved, this will be an unmissable event.
Link: Tiny Plays 24/7
MUSIC: Lunchtime Concert at St. Mary’s Cathedral
The lunchtime concerts at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Limerick are much loved in the Treaty City. Now everyone one in the country can enjoy this musical treat. Tune in Wednesday at 1.15pm to enjoy the music of Bach, Brahms and more
Finally, all details on our list of things to do are correct at time of publication. Please check with the organiser before finalising your plans.