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Energia Map 3rd-5th September☀️

  1. Galway

Galway International Arts Festival

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The Festival features exciting live in-person arts experiences across theatre, music and visual arts, as well as a wide range of in person conversations in the 2021 edition of First Thought Talks.

The 2020 edition of the festival reached audiences across Ireland and the world through its engaging digital programme. Keen to keep that connection with those who may not be able to attend in person, GIAF 2021 includes an enhanced digital element, which will see a number of live streams and view on demand events. Audiences can choose how they wish to engage – in person or online.

Due to the impact of Covid-19, Galway International Arts Festival has moved from its usual home in July to the later dates of 28 August – 18 September 2021.
Admission – Free

  1. Galway

Mirror Pavilion, Leaf Work by John Gerrard

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The Pavilion is a beautiful and striking structure, with
 three sides and the roof clad in a highly reflective mirror and the fourth wall a high–resolution LED wall. Located in Derrigimlagh Bog in Connemara, Leaf Work is a lone melancholic virtual character on the LED screen, clad in oak leaves. The work is a response to the escalating climate crisis while also reflecting the landscape of its spectacular location.

Derrigimlagh Bog was the site of transmission of the first transatlantic radio signal from the Marconi station in 1907 and the site of Alcock and Brown’s first transatlantic plane crossing in 1919. The unveiling of Mirror Pavilion will be a dazzling moment on the Irish landscape.

This installation is accessible by foot via a marked walking loop. Please allow approximately 25 minutes to walk from the car park to the installation.
Admission – Free

  1. Galway

Sruth na Teanga

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Embark on an adventure in this immersive theatre show, through worlds where the legendary Fianna, Ireland’s Golden Age, and the Great Famine all come to life.

Branar combines live performance, puppetry, animation and an original score that will both engage and enthrall audiences of all ages.

Suitable for all levels of Irish and English, don’t miss this unique experience in a transformed Galway Airport.

The recommended age for this show is 7+.

Admission - €15

  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!

All events are strictly ticketed, numbers are limited, and comply with current COVID 19 restrictions. Outdoor events subject to cancellation due to weather. Alcohol prohibited.

Admission – Free

  1. Dublin

The Big Bang Festival of Rhythm: West African Dancing & Drumming Workshop

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The Big Bang Festival of Rhythm is back with bang this August and September with FREE dancing and drumming workshops suitable for the whole family. Reserve your space now as numbers are limited.
Admission – Free

  1.  Dublin

Monthly Brunch Club

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Welcome to Sunrise Social Leinster's monthly brunch club, meeting the first Sunday of every month for some delicious food and great chats.

This month's brunch is taking place in the Stella Diner in Rathmines at 11.30am on Sunday, September 5th.

In line with COVID-19 restrictions, brunch will be limited to 12 spots - two bookings of 6 people per table so book early to avoid disappointment.

As places are limited, a deposit of €10 will be required which will be offset against the final bill.
Admission: Free

  1. Cork

Magic Nights By The Lee presents An Evening Of Classical & Pop

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The Good Room and Cork City Council Arts Office present 'An Evening Of Classical Music & Pop' On Sunday 5th September in the wonderful surroundings of The Glen River Park.

The live events are supported by Cork City Council with funding from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media under the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme and produced by The Good Room.

An Evening of Classical Music with Jack O’Rourke, Keith Pascoe, Sinead Ní Mhurchu and many more.
Admission – Free

  1. Dublin

Yoga by the Sea

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Yoga is a wonderful form to reconnect with your body and to stretch it.

The yoga style we practise is Hatha and Vinyasa Flow and it is so wonderful to practise outside as you can feel the healing energy of nature.

I am kindly asking for a donation of 10 Euro at the end of class.
Admission - €10

  1. Wexford

CAN Autism Swim Session

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We‘re delighted to be working with Wexford Swimming Pool again to bring you Autism Swim Sessions.

  • Limited places available.
  • CAN Members ONLY. 
  • Places are for Child/Teens on the Autism Spectrum only. 
  • No siblings this time.

The aim is to introduce the Child/ to the water, play fun games, get some exercise and have some sensory fun.

Please Read the following before booking:

A Parent/Guardian MUST accompany their Child into the Water for under 16s. Accompanied Adult goes free.
Admission - €5

  1. Laois

Slime Workshop at the Cottage Market Mountrath - Bloom HQ.

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We deal with the mess, so you don't have to!

Join us for an hour of slime making - learn how to make great slime - that never fails.
We also do slime parties, kids craft parties and other events

Let the kids make slime while you check out all the stalls at The Mountrath Cottage Market.
Admission - €9


  1. Wicklow

Beach Yoga

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Prep for the weekend ahead by working out the stresses of the week gone by with some beach yoga on Saturday morning.

This will be a vinyasa based class, aimed at beginners and those looking to return to the mat after a time away. We will start with some breathwork, work up to a gentle flow, and to finish some relaxation work to the sound of the sea and nature. All in all 45-55 minutes.
Admission - €10

12. Clare

Clondegad GAA Cow Dung Challenge


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As always, wherever she goes, if that's your number you win €300!

Any support would be greatly appreciated as a number of the club's fundraisers have been cancelled or suspended due to the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.
Admission:  €5

  1.  Wicklow

Balto KC Friday evenings

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The Government has agreed that non-contact training can continue for school-aged children, outdoors in pods of 15. This is outside of the existing provision of Level 5.

BALTO KC will operate with a maximum of 12 participants

• The concession relates to sports involving the ongoing regular training of groups of young people.
• It relates only to non-contact training activities in which you can comfortably maintain a 2-metre distance from others while participating i.e. team or group-based practice within your community practicing drills, skills etc, without physical contact between participants;
Admission - €10

  1.  Belfast

Belfast Maritime Weekender

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This year, the maritime offering has a different set-up. Designed with space and safety in mind, pockets of exciting nautical activities will stretch across the entire Maritime Mile, with something for everyone to enjoy.

There are no tall ships, but a host of vessels and boats will be visiting the quayside as part of the Belfast Maritime Weekender. Why not climb aboard and learn a little more about life at sea and maybe get a chance to meet some of the crew. Visit Irish Lights vessel ILV Granuaile or the 1960s old style tug boat 'Brocklebank’ or catch a glimpse of some on-the-water displays, demo racing and more.
Other daytime and evening activities include:

  • live music and dance

  • nautical themed street performers and shows

  • playful art and heritage installations

  • dance picnics for children

  • walking and cycle tours

  • a treasure trail

  • a pop-up market on the Slipways, open until 8pm

  • lights and illumination (8pm-11pm)

Admission: Free

  1. Belfast

Emerging Artists 2021

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All the artists have graduated from the School of Art at Ulster University, winning several awards and prizes along the way. The ArtisAnn Gallery believes in offering encouragement to young and emerging artists and is confident that these are stars of the future.  The artwork produced by these newcomers is remarkable both for its technical ability and breadth of new ideas.  This is a very varied show, with two common linkages:  all are recent graduates and all are of the highest quality, with every indication that they will be ‘names’ of the future.
Admission – Free

  1. Kerry

Qi Gong in Cromane

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We will start the morning with a beach walk in Cromane, an uplifting session of Qi gong in beautiful surroundings with Qi Gong Wellness Killarney, finishing with a swim for whoever wants to join in.
The event will be €8 - pay on the day.
Admission - €8

  1. Louth

10am Cinema Zone @ Solid Rock

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Face coverings must be worn when entering and exiting, but may be removed once seated. Food and drink piurchased at the Daily Bread Mobile Cafe outside may be consumed in the Cinema Zone
Admission – Free

  1. Limerick


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This is a place where everyone is welcome, regardless of background, status or current circumstances. A place where you can belong, make real connections, experience personal & social growth, and serve your local community.

Our Sunday services are contemporary with lively music, powerful songs, inspirational message and wonderful atmosphere in a very modern and state of the art facility.

Service last approx 50-55 minutes. Book EARLY, as service gets booked up FAST!
Admission- Free

  1. Tyrone

A Shot in the Park - smartphone walking workshop

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This walking workshop will open up a whole new perspective on the creative possibilites of mobile photography . The concept of a photo walk is simple: walk somewhere, observe your surroundings, and take photos of anything you find interesting. Photo-walking exposes you to changing scenery, diverse subjects, and variable lighting conditions.

Train your eye, understand light, and tell stories with your smartphone images using the best apps with the guidance of award-winning photographer Mal McCann. Peatlands Park offers varied environments from woodland to wetland and species from sphagnum to sundew to inspire you. This event, delivered as part of The CANN project, is supported by the European Union’s INTERREG VA Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).

Admission – Free

  1. Antrim

Cake and Catch up

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We are thankful to be able to come together, meet new ladies and renew old acquaintances. If you can make a dessert contact Sarah Ballantine.

Admission – Free

  1. Newry

Mountainy Craic

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ArtsEkta, on behalf of Newry, Mourne & Down District Council have been working with a group of individuals across The Mournes over a number of weeks to co-design an event celebrating the local community.

Come and join us for a multi cultural showcase designed by the participants and experience:

  • music

  • dance performance

  • craft workshops

  • free food tasting

Admission - Free

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