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Energia Map 6-8th August ☀️
 

  1. Cork

Artist Dough Fishbone first solo exhibition
 

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Doug Fishbone is an internationally renowned artist who creates projects and exhibitions which unearth, question and examine societal misconceptions through humour and manipulation of context.
In his first solo exhibition in Ireland, Fishbone creates a sculptural spectacle - mirroring the housing and rental market - and invites visitors to wander around his ‘ghost estate’.
 
Replete with broken windows, boarded up balconies and surrounded with shabby corrugated fencing, it offers more than an abandoned, half-built interior: inside, Fishbone presents a free-wheeling examination of property and value, two notions which are repeatedly conflated to toxic effect by our global economic system.

Admission – Free
 

  1. Wexford

Summer Sessions Young Voices

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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.
Seating is allocated (in line with current Government guidelines) and tickets are limited.

Admission – €5
 

  1. Louth

The Boyne Music Festival

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The 2021 program boasts a cultural feast of classical, chamber and jazz music, poetry, book readings and workshops. Internationally esteemed artists will gather for the festival in the historic Townley Hall, Drogheda.

The Directors have meticulously planned the festival with safety in mind presenting to socially distanced audiences, with streamed events making the event accessible to friends near and far.
This year’s festival includes performances by the jazz quartet Babelfish, Deirdre Brenner, Paul Cassidy, William Cole, Anne-Marie Fyfe, Jessie Grimes, Aisling, Julie-Anne & Rita Manning, John Murphy, Naomi Louisa O’Connell, and Jacqueline Thomas.
 
Admission - €10

  1. Louth

SEEK Urban Arts Festival


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By commissioning established and emerging artists locally, nationally and internationally, they aim to promote the town culturally and artistically, repositioning the area as a vibrant hub for creativity.
Events this year will include the SEEK strEAT tour: take a guided walk through the artworks created in Dundalk this year as part of SEEK 2021 along with a mini gourmet tasting experience.

Admission – Free

  1. Cork

Mystery Island Adventure Camp

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From Monday-Friday, August 2-6, children will explore and discover so many life-changing truths! The Island is open every day from 2-4pm on the Innishmore Green behind Lidl's in Ballincollig, Cork. Parents are welcome to come along too.

There will be sports, Bible teaching, fun, singing, refreshments and awesome discoveries for everyone to experience! This is a Christian summer activity for children that you don't want them to miss!
 
Admission – Free
 
 

  1.  Cork

Sailing at Calves Week, Schull

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Schull Harbour Sailing Club is a sailing club based in Schull, Co. Cork. Established in the summer of 1977 and is the annual host of Calves Week in the first week in august. This year’s races at Calves Week are kicking off on the 3rd of August, running until the 6th. While entries for the races are now closed, come and check out the races at Pier Road, Schull!

When: August 3rd -6th

Admission: Free
 
 

  1. Dublin

Walking Tour of Dublin

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Discover the real Dublin with this highly-rated walking tour of Ireland's capital. Starting at the Daniel O’Connell statue on the bottom of O’Connell Street, journey along the cobbled streets of Dublin’s past and present on this fully guided walking excursion.

Revel in the fascinating stories, steeped in history, and the gorey details of Dublin’s past, beginning with its foundation in 841 AD by Viking settlers to the Dublin of today.

Learn about some of Ireland’s most world-renowned writers, its heritage and even why you should be drinking Irish whiskey instead of other brands. Put your finger on Dublin’s pulse with the best tour company in Ireland with insights and tidbits only known to locals. Visit O’Connell Street and the GPO, Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Templebars Rock ‘n’ Roll Wall of Fame, and Christchurch Cathedral.

Admission - €5

  1. Dublin

Class Comedy Returns

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Join your host Kyle Philip as he introduces some of the funniest people Dublin has to offer!
All proceeds on the night will be donated to Debra Ireland.

We are delighted to bring back Shane Clifford as our headliner. Shane's performance at last summer's show was legendary and we can't wait to hear what he's been working on all summer!
 
Admission - €10
 

  1. Dublin

Dublin Circus Project Show

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Let Dublin Circus Project knock you off your seat and tickle your funny bone with a pop up circus show. Dublin's finest circus performers have been sewing costumes and practicing their tricks all lockdown and now they are rearing to show you what they've got!!
This event is suitable for 6-12 year olds.
 
Admission - Free
 

  1. Dublin

Come See The Farm

 
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We are delighted to announce that following the recent announcement from Taoiseach Micheál Martin, St. Anne's City Farm will be open to the public from the 27th of April 2021 in a reduced capacity and under strict health and safety protocols.

Animal, staff and visitor safety is paramount at the farm and we are extremely grateful for your support.

Morninigs on the farm are for visitors to come meet the animals.
Feel free to follow the one way system around the farm and meet all the animals.
 
Admission - Free
 

  1. Dublin

Summer Wellness

 
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This summer East Village @ The Round Tower are partnering with Sacred Space Healing Centre to offer a FREE PROGRAM of Summer Wellness. The program is a mix of yoga, guided meditation, sound baths and more! It's designed for ALL skill levels so anyone can join in.

We will be raising funds for CASP - a local Clondalkin charity doing great work in addiction recovery and aid. Visit CASP.ie to learn more.

Don't forget that if you enjoy the program you can continue with Sacred Space's classes and courses that they do all the time. You can visit them over on https://www.facebook.com/sacredspace22
 
Admission - Donation
 

  1. Dublin

The Dublin Music Tour

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When: August 8th.

Discover the music and sounds of Dublin on a guided tour through the city center. Your guide will bring you to over 10 locations across Dublin and give you an insight into the Dublin's music scene and its history. Some of what’s covered; Thin Lizzy and the story of Phil Lynott, How Irish music began, U2 - Ireland's Love/Hate relationship / How they conquered the world, Busking, Traditional music, The Showbands, The Dubliners, Dandelion Market, New and Contemporary Music, Dublin Music Venues and so much more. This tour is a personalized walk through Dublin visiting locations across the city.

Admission: Free
 
                

  1.  Clare

Chocolate Tour and Tasting

 
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Meet our chocolate experts, who will show you the wonders of bean to bar chocolate. Discover how a tropical fruit is being changed into one of Europe's finest chocolates. Your 45-minute tour will take you through all the stages of our chocolate making - roasting, cracking, winnowing, stone grinding and tempering, and it will include sampling of chocolate at it's various stages & finishing with tasting of some of the best single origin chocolates.
Our tour experience is much like touring a microbrewery/winery. Participants taste their way through chocolate from cacao be to the finished product.
 
Visitors will come away with a great appreciation for the growing craft chocolate movement of bean to bar.
 
Admission - €13.50
 

  1.  Cavan

4C Multicultural Coffee & Boxty Outdoor Event


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When: 7th August

4C’s International Food Event and Fundraiser is supported by Healthy Ireland, Department of Health & Department of Children & Youth Affairs. It will help communities get to know each other by having a socially-distant chat over a variety of ethnic coffee, locally-made potato pancakes and bread, and international finger food. Children will also get to listen to a story about diversity and inclusion and take home a unique goodie bag of sweets from various countries. A Latvian dance number and Irish music will also grace the occasion. "Mullahoran Multicultural Coffee & Boxty Outdoor Event" is 4C’s first post-lockdown celebration in the farming countryside to better introduce rural parishes in Cavan to new communities, and to promote mutual acceptance and openness between locals and foreign nationals. A Garage Sale and Raffle will also be featured for 4C fundraising purposes.

Admission: Free

  1. Leitrim

Glencar Waterfall

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Entry to the site is free and there is a car park, picnic area, public toilets, children’s playground and a Tourist Information point. This site is wheelchair friendly. The TeaSHED Café, with views overlooking Glencar Lake, serves a wonderful selection of homemade foods and the 7km Glencar Hill Walk starts from the carpark.

When: Anytime

Admission: Free
 

  1. Galway

Corrib Princess River Cruise

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When: 12:30pm and 2:30pm Saturday and Sunday

A 90-minute Scenic Cruise along the River Corrib and Lough Corrib departing from Steamers Quay, Woodquay in Galway City Centre. We are limiting passenger numbers and have adapted our interior to ensure your health and safety. We also have a large exterior upper deck where you can enjoy the beautiful views of the Corrib River and Lake.

Admission: starts at €15
 

  1. Offaly

Lough Boora Discovery Park

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When: All year

It is described as a ‘paradise for outdoor enthusiasts’ and we think so too. The Park homes 2 dozen sculptures which have grown to become part of their natural surroundings in the vast landscape. A refreshing adventure for all the family in Ireland's midlands. Accessible for buggies and wheelchairs.

Admission: Free

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