Please join us at The Ark's inaugural Fundraising Luncheon raising money to support The Ark Access for Schools programme.
A deliciously funny and bittersweet clown show full of charm and sparkle!
A warm-hearted sensory dance theatre piece with live music, clapping rhythms and comedy throughout in an imaginatively changing world which the children have the chance to explore.
Inside the theatre is a big tent. Inside the big tent is a smaller tent. Inside this smaller tent is a boy.
This mid-term, become a dance music producer in this music technology workshop especially for ages 8+. Part of the Bram Stoker Festival 2017
We are going to create a big, other-worldly sounding choir and sing pop songs together in just an afternoon! Part of the Bram Stoker Festival 2017
Get in the spooky spirit with Dracula’s own DJ spinning the decks and scratching vinyl for our outdoor family music and dance party. Don't forget your costumes! Part of the Bram Stoker Festival 2017
Learn how to create your own original pop songs in a lively workshop led by artists from Songschool. Invent your own lyrics and then come up with rhythms and melodies to turn them into a new smash hit!
Create your own fun and spooky music, soundscapes and songs for the week that’s in it with the help of Lorna McLaughlin, a member of the band The Henry Girls.
We are delighted to welcome Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre to The Ark for the first time with this beautiful show for our youngest audiences.
We welcome Kids’ Own Publishing Partnership who will host a 2-day sectoral event as part of its 20-year anniversary celebrations. In partnership with Dublin Book Festival.
Lorna McLaughlin, who is a member of the band The Henry Girls, will lead teachers in a hands-on music workshop working with songs and music material from our winter music show Tracks in the Snow which was commissioned by The Ark and written by The Henry Girls especially for young audiences.
Join Dr Niamh Shaw in conversation as she shares the science of space travel in her naturally engaging and warm style. A talk for adults that will change your relationship with space and inspire you to embrace STEM in new and interactive ways
Always popular with The Arks audience, Nico Brown and Martin Brunsden invite children aged 6+ to take part in a musical exploration into space! Part of Science Week at The Ark
How was our Solar System made? How do we smash an atom? Did you know that we are all made from star dust? Find out in this special space-themed Science Week event
In the week of Universal Children’s Day and as we acknowledge the 25th Anniversary of Ireland’s ratification of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), we have invited Dr Niall Muldoon, Ombudsman for Children to give a talk for adults.
Back by popular demand this Christmas, follow the heavenly harmonies of The Henry Girls into an enchanting world of winter!