5 Things to Do This Week

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5 Things to Do This Week

Top 5 things to Do in Ireland23-29 August

things to do in Tipperary

Clonmel Busking Festival

27 – 29 August, Tipperary

Clonmel Busking Festival is back with live music and events. All outdoors and all fun!

Park N Party

28  August, Galway

Buckle up and get ready for the Ultimate Family Drive-In Show!

This Summer go parking mad at Park N Party, a show stopping, car honking, sing along spectacular with trunk loads of surprises and fun for all of the family. The incredible hosts Ryan Andrews and James Patrice are in the driving seat for this wild ride with a big screen, big band and bigger laughs! Park N Party is a blast for all the family, so don’t miss out!

IFI Family Festival

27 – 29  August, Dublin and Online

The IFI annual three days of fun and film for ages 4-12 will look a bit different this year. With socially-distant seating and child-friendly precautions, you can feel safe with your family in their venue and enjoy some of the best new films from around the world on the big screen. With help from RTÉ Home School Hub’s Emer and Ray, they’ll also have a mix of virtual and live activities. So grab your goodie bag and take your seats, it’s time to enjoy the sights and sounds of cinema again at IFI.

Design POP

Cork, 27 – 30 August

Design POP is an architecture, design and food festival that celebrates creativity, collaboration and Cork city. Design POP seeks to expose the public to architecture, food and design through a series of architectural pavilions, events, talks and conversations over a weekend in August from the 27th to the 30th. The event is about creating an atmosphere of wonder and joy in public realm spaces with pavilions and events popping up in different locations around Cork.

Echoes at the Castle

Leitrim, 27 August

A Night of Exploratory Sounds in the grounds of Manorhamilton Castle with two duos: Natalia Beylis & Eimear Reidy //10 Pah & Paddy Shine

Beylis & Reidy present an imagined musical woodland journey with their ‘Whose Woods These Are’ piece.
The title of their arboreal music & research project ‘Whose Woods These Are’ is taken from Robert Frost’s ‘Stopping by Woods.’ 

See link below for more details….

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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