Sat 8 December 2018
12:00 - 15:15
The Linenhall Arts Centre,
The Linenhall Arts Centre, Linenhall Street
Family of 4: €25.00
Every winter in Whistleberry Forest, a little robin comes to visit and grants the creatures of the forest their very own wish - they can wish for whatever they want! As Ornaith the owl, Sorley the snail, and Faoiláin the frog sing the magic words, the forest is transformed before their eyes into an enchanting wintry wonderland. From dripping icicles to gentle snowfall, the delight of skating on an icy river or flying high on a moonlit night, discover the mysteries of Whistleberry Forest in a mesmerising traditional music performance made for children.
With traditional musicians Thomas Johnston and Stephen Markham, and visual artist Orla Kelly, A Winter Wish is a wonderfully interactive adventure that is sure to have everyone singing along.
Saturday 08 Dec at 12pm & 2.30pm
Duration: Approx 45mins For families with children 3yrs+
The Linenhall is delighted to work with Ceol Connected & St Brid’s Special School on a related project based on A Winter Wish, supported by UPSTART an initiative by Mayo County Council.
The Last Corner Shop on Misery Hill is a dark comedy set in Dublin. It follows brothers Mick and Joey O’Reilly as they battle...
Smock Alley Theatre, Temple Bar
Open to the public from 9.30 to 6pm daily. LAst admiision 45 minutes before closing. Visit .heritageireland.ie for more i...
Portumna Castle, Portumna
Wonderful example of a cottage orné, built for Richard Butler, 1st Earl of Glengall to a design by John Nash, famous regency architec...