Events - Archive:

20 Nov
Universal Children’s Day 2016

Children #SeenANDHeard in Dublin for Universal Children’s Day! The Ark proudly presents two very special pieces of work representing the creativity, words and voices of children

20 Nov
Science Week Family Talk: My Place in Space

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

17 Nov
Seen & Heard: 21 Years for Children

As both organisations turn 21 this year, The Ark and Children’s Rights Alliance are delighted to be teaming up to present a special public forum surveying the landscape of significant change for children in Ireland during the lifetime of both organisations.

16 Nov
Talk for Grown-ups: I Still Want to Go to Space

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

9 Nov - 13 Nov
Conor: at the end of the Universe

The Ark welcome Collapsing Horse with a theatrical adventure for children aged 4- 6 (and those who remember what it was like to be 4-6!)

1 Nov
I’m in the Band: Mid-term Music Camp

Want to be in a band? Not sure how it all works? Come along to this fun music performance mid-term camp and find out! For Ages 8+

31 Oct
Dracula’s Disco

Get in the spooky spirit with Dracula’s own DJ Will Softly spinning the decks and scratching vinyl. Don't forget your Halloween costumes! Presented in association with Bram Stoker Festival 2016

30 Oct
The Bram Jam 2016 – Drop-In Music Session

Bring your instrument and join-in to play fun and easy pop tunes and riffs with a spooky theme with other young musicians in a real popular music jam session. Ages 7+. In association with Bram Stoker Festival 2016

30 Oct
Dracula’s Spooky Underground Sound Lab

It’s day time so Dracula is asleep. We have stolen into his underground sound lab and are going to make the spookiest music we can – and hope we don’t wake him up! Presented in association with Bram Stoker Festival 2016

29 Oct
Dabbledoo Music Family Workshops

Let us introduce you to an exciting new way to make music together as a family using shapes, colours and animation.