5 Things to Do This Week

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5 Things to Do This Week

22 June to 28 June 2020 – our top things to do online

We have one more week of staying local. But before current phase of the Covid-19 restrictions lift and the country opens up, here are some dates for your diary. This is our top 5 things to do this week without leaving the house.

ART: Work of the Week at the Crawford Art Gallery

Each week the Crawford Arts Gallery highlight one treasures from it’s collection. This week they are shining the spotlight on a ‘Drug Jar’ from the time of the Spanish Flu. Curious?

Link: Crawford Art Gallery

MUSIC: Behind Closed Doors

The West Wicklow Festival will present a concert by the highly acclaimed Gavan Ring tenor , Fiachra Garvey piano and Liz Nolan presenter for an evening of popular opera arias and songs including favourites by Puccini, Mozart, Gounod, Schubert and more. The concert takes place at 7:30pm and is free to enjoy. Although donations are welcomed

Link: Facebook Page for West Wicklow Festival or YouTube Channel

West Wicklow Festival Music Series

In addition, Drogheda Classical Music will present a concert of Mozart and Beethoven Wind Quintets on Sunday 28th June. To find out more about this rescheduled event visit their Facebook Page.

THEATRE: Keith Walsh is… Pure Mental

Riverbank Arts Centre

Riverbank Arts Centre is presenting  a work-in-progress of Keith Walsh’s debut play,  Pure Mental, live-streamed from the Riverbank stage on Saturday, 27th June.  Fresh from 2FM’s Breakfast Republic show, Keith is set to reveal the contents of his head and take a journey of self discovery. Tune in from 9pm.

Link : Riverbank Arts Centre

LITERATURE: A Crime Writer’s Cup of Tea with Liz Nugent

The Source Thurles have a great series of conversations with acclaimed writers available to view online. The latest Network literary event features author Liz Nugent who was born and lives in Dublin. With four acclaimed best selling novels and previous experience working on film and tv, she chats to Words Ireland’s Literary Development Officer Dani Gill about books, writing and more.

Link: Source Arts Centre

FESTIVAL: Dublin Pride

Things to Do

One of the most colourful and best-loved festivals in Ireland, Dublin Pride 2020 is going online. With a host of great events all week and a show stopping parade on Sunday, there will be rainbows everywhere. See our highlights here.

Link: Dublin Pride.

All details correct at time of publication. Please check with the organiser before finalising your plans.