Join this interactive workshop for toddlers and together let’s see if we can turn Queen Fionnuala’s palace into a giddy, grinning gigglefest!
Join poet Tony Curtis as he shares some of his favourite funny poems, rhymes and songs and helps you write some of your own!
If you like crazy poems, silly songs or nonsense verse then you will love Ridiculous!
Knocks, shocks, scratches and dings... Join performers Niamh McGrath and Keith Singleton for this active physical theatre and slapstick workshop packed with fun, games and hilarious ways of falling over!
Loads of laughter in our Family Comedy Club today as you have your funny bone tickled by Marcus Olaoire, Al Porter and Kevin Gildea.
Join Andrew Stanley, Reuben and Marcus Olaoire for an hour of jokes, anecdotes and crazy sketches for all the family to enjoy.
It's party time under the sea. All the fish and sea creatures are busy polishing their scales and practicing their dance moves for the King of the Sea’s annual party
Meet a boy and his cardboard box and his vivid imagination in this theatre show that will delight young audiences.
Comedy drawing workshops with illustrator and theatre-maker Patrick Sanders
Join Pop Up Art for a witty and humorous theatre show with a clever twist on a well known children's story.
The Ark and the Dublin West Education Centre presents a highly creative summer course for primary school teachers focusing on a Visual Arts approach to exploring narrative, literacy & other subjects.
So you think you're funny? Do you like making people laugh? Want to pick up some tips and techniques from a professional comic?
The final weekend of FunnyFest starts with a bang with Marcus Olaoire, Sharon Mannion and Paul Tylak flexing their comedy muscles for a family audience.
The final stand up gig of FunnyFest - and what a show to finish on! We have Andrew Stanley at the steering wheel with Totally Wired (Ireland's oldest and least successful boyband) and the brilliant Joe Rooney.
Part of the Dublin Theatre Festival Family Season 2014. A Mano is a story, told with clay, about a small character with a great desire to escape from a shop window and those who inhabit it.
World premiere as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival Family Season 2014. When a boy discovers a single-propeller airplane in his closet, he does what any young adventurer would do: he flies into outer space!
Part of the Dublin Theatre Festival Family Season 2014. Inside an enchanting travelling theatre tent, discover a storyteller who shares a timeless tale...a boy made of cheese who goes on an intergalactic journey to find home!
Part of the Dublin Theatre Festival Family Season 2014. The clues are in the pages of The Curious Scrapbook of Josephine Bean.
The Younger Critics’ Panel hosted by The Ark will see five 8 to 12 year old children review productions in the Dublin Theatre Festival’s Family Season.