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Energia Map 17-19th September ☀️


  1. Tipperary

Cashel Arts Festival

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Cashel Arts Festival is a four-day festival set in the town of Cashel in County Tipperary, famous for the ancient and iconic Rock of Cashel. The significant heritage sites in the town form a dramatic backdrop to a fine selection of contemporary arts events every autumn.

Take your pick from music, dance, visual arts, film, theatre, workshops, family events and literature events. Involving and encouraging visitors and the local community to participate in a wide variety of arts is key to the festival. Whether you want to sit back and be entertained or get ‘stuck in’ and learn something new, this festival will have something for you.

  1. Roscommon

Martin Parr: 40 Years of Photography in Ireland

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Since then he has returned many times to continue this work, during which time, he captured the changing Ireland and created a series of images that present the effects of wealth and Americanisation on the country.

To date this expansive series of images made in Ireland over a 40-year period has not been exhibited in its entirety. In 2021 this will no longer be the case as a new tour presenting all of Parr’s works exploring a variety of themes and events of historical and social significance in Ireland is planned.
Admission – Free

  1. Galway

Culture Night

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Culture Night / Oíche Chultúir is brought to you by the Arts Council; it is a national moment, celebrating all that makes up the richness and diversity of culture in Ireland today, connecting people to cultural activities locally and nationally and aims to open up pathways to ongoing engagement. It celebrates culture, creativity and the arts and seeks to actively promote the belief that this rich and varied culture is alive, treasured and nurtured in people’s lives, today and every day.

Doors are opened late for special & unique events, specifically programmed at participating locations and, thanks to the continued support of the Local Authorities across the island of Ireland, all activities are made available to the public free of charge.

Admission - Free

  1. Kilkenny

A Wilde Fan

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Beginning with studying ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ for the Leaving Cert and exploring his many other works, Myles delves into Oscar’s incredible life story – one that has been a constant source of inspiration and obsession.

Wilde was an artist whose unique imagination and ideas on life, love and art are as modern today as when they were first written, and whose rapid rise to fame and scandalous down fall is still an example of how a society can turn on those who do not conform; a man of his time, but also of all time.

Admission – Free

  1. Clare

Lightning Bolts of Ordinary Things

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Lightning Bolts of Ordinary Things is an exhibition that brings together the work of two Clare based artists Kaye Maahs and Will O’Kane.

Both these artists’ paintings elevate the everyday, the ordinary, giving rise to works that convey both a sense of experience and memory that in turn transcends surface and meaning.

Kaye Maahs is an emerging Irish Artist living and working in County Clare. Through the language of paint Maahs’ paintings convey her journeys, her observations and her painterly concerns. Working primarily in oils Maahs’ work reflects the modern landscape, her affinity with nature and her passion for paint.

Will O’Kane was Born in Co.Mayo, and now lives and works Ennis, Co. Clare. O’Kane’s paintings employ a variety of methods. Changing styles depending on the subject matter, concept, or genre that he is engaged with.
Admission – Free

  1.  Cork

Clonakilty International Guitar Festival

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Founded in 2005, the Clonakilty International Guitar Festival is a celebration of the guitar. It is not starch-collared or stuffy-nosed. From virtuosos to noodlers, all are welcomed and exalted!

We believe that there are two types of people in the world: those who play the guitar, and those who can't but want to! We aim to cater to both with recitals, workshops, seminars, street performances, school visits and informal sessions.

We are a multi-genre music festival, with an emphasis on Irish independent artists and international artists who have a reputation for an innovative approach to their practice.
Admission: Free

  1. Longford

Longford Live & Local - Free Outdoor Summer Concert Series

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Longford Live & Local is a program organised by Longford County Council Arts Office, providing free music throughout the summer of 2021. The program is funded through the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Sport and Media.

Events include The Shenanigans, a children's music and storytelling show, Country legend Mick Flavin, alternative trad band Ril Og, rock band Neon, father and son country duo Shadowlands, award winning Brendan Kelly Band, finale band Cronin and much, much more!

Admission – Free

  1. Dublin

Sculpture Dublin Tour #2 - Culture Night

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Join art historian, Antony Suttle on Culture Night for a guided tour of Dublin’s sculptural landscape. From historical remnants of empire, to assertions of a modern national identity, to the abstract, the contemporary, the naughty nicknames and beyond! Treat the city as an open-air museum – what do these sculptures tell us about our past and about Dublin today?
Admission - Free

  1. Dublin

Beginners' Poetry Workshop with Dublin 1 Poet Laureate Rachael Hegarty


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Led by Dublin 1's Poetry Town Poet Laureate Rachael Hegarty, participants in this workshop will explore the basic ingredients of a poem, and take part in exercises to fire up creativity in a fun, encouraging environment. If you've never written a poem before, but are interested in dipping your toe into the water, this workshop is for you!

Admission - Free

  1. Dublin

World Cleanup Day 

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70% of our oxygen is produced in oceans, but each year 8 million tons of plastic ends up in them polluting our waters. Time to stop the flow of garbage into our waters!
Helps us to change the world to a better place to live.

Join us to the WORLD CLEAN UP DAY!

📍 O´ Connell Bridge, Dublin.
📆 Saturday, 18th September
2:00 pm
Admission - Free

  1. Dublin

 Dublin Kilo Sale Pop Up 18th September


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Be ready to shop over 5 tonnes of vintage and preloved garms and pay by weight for only €30 per Kilo! You can buy as much or as little as you want. No restrictions!

What can I get for a Kilo?

It really depends on your taste and the look you are trying to create, here are a few ideas of what you can get for a kilo:

  • 1 Jacket, t-shirt, shorts and shoes.

  • 2 branded track jackets.

  • 4 shirts.

  • A pair of denim jeans, pattern jacket and converse.

Let your imagination run wild! Pick and mix as you like. It's only €30 per kilo, you never know what you will find. You can expect a great atmosphere filled with buzzing music, happy faces and tons of awesome clothes

Admission - €2

12. Sligo

Wild Atlantic Wag 2021


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Join us on 19th September on Enniscrone beach in Sligo and run or walk with your dog.
5km and 3km options available for adults, with 1.5km for under 12s.

Canicross equipment is recommended - hip belt, bungee lead and appropriate harness for the dog, there will be equipment available to borrow. However you can take part with a handheld lead and collar.
Admission:  €12

  1.  Kilkenny

Culture Night Hub with the National Design & Craft Gallery


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Culture Night Hub in the Castle Yard, brings together makers and local creative, community groups with the National Design & Craft Gallery to give visitors a taste of printmaking, textiles, ceramics, painting, metalwork and live music.

National Design & Craft Gallery invite you to join us for free craft workshops and demos inspired by; EraDesign & Crafts Council Ireland’s Jewellery & Goldsmithing graduate exhibition and Irish Craft Heroes, a major exhibition celebrating 50 years of Irish craft. The workshops and activities will provide all ages with a an opportunity for creative expression, to experiment with materials and explore craft techniques.
Admission - Free

  1.  Waterford

Bike Week - Waterford Walls Cycle Tour


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Admission: Free

  1. Carlow

Inclusive Cycle Skills, Obstacle Course & Bling your Bike Goodie Bag


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For anyone who has learnt to cycle without stabilisers during 2020 and 2021 we are delighted to offer this free event.

One hour session with Roisin from Cycling Ireland & On Your Rothar.
Cycle Skills, Obstacle Course & small Bling your Bike Goodie Bag
Admission – Free

  1. Waterford

Wellness By The Sea - Yoga With Katie

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As part of the Vitamin Sea Festival Katie is hosting 3 yoga sessions on Sunday the 19th of September.
Come join us for wellness by the sea. Yoga for all levels. Let's flow together with the beautiful ocean view and surrounded by nature.

We will be running classes at:

Please bring your own mat and comfortable clothing.
Admission - €6

  1. Belfast

NI Climate Festival

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Climate Craic is an up and coming project created through a program held by Co-operation Ireland and the British Council.

In its essence, this will be a celebration of climate action - mixing joy with community power! The community centred ethos of the festival is that it is inviting to all - going beyond the climate bubble, activists and experts.

So join us for a day of craic, community and celebration of climate action!
Admission - Free

  1. Sligo

Outdoor Mindfulness

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This morning will have mindful movements, outdoor walking, guided meditation, music and time for us to connect. Space is limited.  We have acess to bathroom, other than that we will have all activities in the garden and keep within current Covid guidelines.

Even with rain, the morning will go ahead. Bring a raincoat.

If this opportunity does not work for you, we hope to offer another opportunity in September . We are taking safe, gentle and kind steps as we continue to connect consciously as a community
Admission - €5

  1. Donegal

Slieve Liag

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Sliabh Liag is Ireland’s ultimate sea cliff experience and a signature point on the Wild Atlantic Way coastal touring route.

Sliabh Liag is a place of sacred Christian pilgrimage and a rich Irish heritage and culture.
Located in the Gaeltacht region of County Donegal Sliabh Liag are the highest accessible sea cliffs in Europe where the cliff face of Bunglas rises over 600m above the ocean below. Prepare to be dazzled by the panoramic view across Donegal Bay, which is simply breathtaking. Experience the unique wonders of the natural biodiversity of marine flora and fauna found here.

Admission - Free

  1. Meath

Trim Castle

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Few places in Ireland contain more medieval buildings than the heritage town of Trim. Trim Castle is foremost among those buildings.

The central fortification is a monumental three-storey keep. This massive 20-sided tower, which is cruciform in shape, was all but impregnable in its day. It was protected by a ditch, curtain wall and water-filled moat.

Modern walkways now allow you to look down over the interior of the keep – a chance to appreciate the sheer size and thickness of the mighty castle walls.
The castle is often called King John’s Castle although when he visited the town he preferred to stay in his tent on the other side of the river. Richard II visited Trim in 1399 and left Prince Hal later Henry V as a prisoner in the castle.
Admission – Adults  €5, Children €3

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