5 Things to Do This Week
Top 5 things to Do in Ireland 19 - 25 July
Summer Sessions - Young Voices
Wexford, 22 July – 12 August
Featuring new young singer songwriters between the ages of 13-18yrs hosted by Rachel Grace former PwcSpotlight recipient at Wexford Arts Centre.
Rachel Grace is a nineteen-year-old singer/songwriter from Wexford, Ireland. Her music is a melting pot of soul, pop and folk with a particular focus on heartfelt and honest lyric writing. She released her first EP in 2018 and has since spent the last couple of years playing Ireland’s most favourite venues and festivals including Electric Picnic, Whelans and The National Opera House Wexford.
Waiting for Poirot
Limerick, 20 July to 1 August
Limerick playwright Mike Finn returns this summer with a new site-responsive production Waiting For Poirot.
Audiences will experience a fast paced, laugh-out-loud, gripping, awe-inspiring, cliché-ridden, high octane romp. Lime Tree are excited to bring live performance to Limerick audiences once again in the wonderful setting of The People’s Park. Waiting For Poirot will transform the park every evening into a hive of activity. This is the best show you’ll see in the People’s Park this July.
Dublin and Online, until 14 August
‘Inside Out’ is a series of FREE summer events for children and families taking place online and outdoors from July 10th to August 19th. Organised by Dublin City Libraries and Arts Office, this seven-week programme of workshops and performances is set to be the largest and most diverse children’s summer arts programme in the country, with something for the whole family to enjoy!
FESTIVAL OF EARLY IRISH HARP
Kilkenny and Online, 25 to 19 July
The Festival of Early Irish Harp invites you to immerse yourself in the music and traditions of Gaeldom’s exquisite, ancient harp.
It will take place online with some live & interactive events including workshops, player sessions, talks with Irish Music Masters, concerts and virtual Tea Rooms.
GALWAY FILM FLEADH
Galway, 20 – 25 July
The Galway Film Fleadh is Ireland’s leading film festival, the international discovery place of New Irish Cinema, and host to the Galway Film Fair, Ireland’s only film & television marketplace.
This year there are outdoor screening and online events, with a superb programme planned
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. In addition, we ask that you are mindful of the current HSE Covid -19 guidelines at all times.
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