Dublin Dance Festival and The Ark present a family show for ages 6+ from Balletto di Roma (Italy)
This fun dance workshop for ages 6+ will be led by Roberta Racis from Balletto di Roma based on their show At Home Alone.
In this hands-on and creative workshop with musician Shane Mc Kenna, your class will create their own instruments.Then mixing these and other classroom instruments, you will be introduced to Dabbledoo’s free online tools that use shapes, colours and animation to get everyone playing together.
Free Entry! Discover 3 fascinating and quirky electronic sound installations by composer Jonathan Nangle:
Let The Gregory Walkers take you on an fun and cheeky journey through the great bard’s lifetime using a ‘Top 20’ of the Shakespearean music that featured in his plays – complete with pirates, treasure maps and villains!
Join Ark favourites Nico Brown and Martin Brunsden for an early years performance of songs, imaginative sound play, unusual instruments and a little bit of joyful chaos! Perfect for Ages 2-6.
Free Entry! Have a go at playing different kinds of music on one of a range of instruments and styles at these fun drop-in sessions for beginners.
A chance to get a taste of 3 fresh music performances for families at an early stage whilst getting to see a number of behind-the-scenes buildings and spaces in Temple Bar.
Mixing traditional Irish dance tunes and hip-hop beats from the 1990s, this fun and unusual family gig promises “serious toe-tap-ability.” Don’t miss this truly unique 8-piece music collective.
Free Entry! Visit a weird and wonderful collection of animal sculptures. Along with a brand new limestone seal, amongst these quirky, lovable animals you will find a flying horse, a tortoise with a secret story and a toucan in disguise!
This is your chance to work with artist and shape-shifter, Jole Bortoli, who will help you explore the world of animals through drawing and painting, 3D construction, and sculpting.