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HAPPENINGS: A few things worth checking out this week

Tuesday, 28th November, 2017 7:00pm
HAPPENINGS: A few things worth checking out this week

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HAPPENINGS: A few things worth checking out this week

29 new HAPS 04 Rediscovery Centre.jpg

Bayside Christmas Bazaar

To mark the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the area, Bayside will have its first ever-open air Christmas celebration in Bayside Park, the Bayside Christmas Bazaar, which will be held from 1pm to 5pm on Sunday, December 3. 

Bayside Community Association is organising the event. There will be food trucks, children’s entertainment, and pupils from the local primary school will sing carols at dusk around the Christmas tree.

Clongriffin Sunday Market 

THE Clongriffin Town Sunday Market takes place at Clongriffin Town Square, which is a large civic space next to the DART station.

It takes place every Sunday from 10am to 5pm. It is a Farmers’ Market & New Global Kitchen Food Market. Free parking is available and many visitors travel direct to the market by train.

The organisers plan to improve the variety of stalls on offer. Christmas and festive-themed stalls are included.

Rediscovery Centre sale

The Rediscovery Centre Eco Store in Ballymun is hosting a customer evening on Thursday, November 30 from 5pm-8pm where you can meet the suppliers of a range of environmentally friendly products, all made from sustainable materials.

There will be special discounts on selected goods and free homemade culinary treats. It’s a chance to get some unique Christmas gifts for friends and family.

Goethe-Institut Choir Christmas Concert

The Goethe-Institut Choir is presenting two classics from the choral repertoire at 8pm in the National Concert Hall, on Monday December 4t, Charpentier’s Midnight Mass and the Nelson Mass, which Hayden called the Missa in Angustiis or Mass for Troubled Times, will be performed at the event along with a selection of carols.

Tickets costing €12-€25 are available from The National Concert Hall. See www.nch.ie or call 01-4170000.

Bring Me Back Alive

A Northside group dedicated to promoting good mental health is brining this play described as “amazing emotional and empowering” to Ballymun.

The Walk of Hope team managed to secure funding from Dublin City Council Finglas Area  Office and the Finglas Cabra Local Drug & Alcohol Task Force to stage ‘Bring Me Back Alive’ last month.

And now thanks to support from the council’s Ballymun area office and the Ballymun Drugs Task Force, the play is set to be performed at 7.30pm in Axis Theatre on Thursday, November 30. 

Admission is free and donation buckets for Mental Health Reform will passed around on the night.

In Public, In Particular

The National College of Art and Design (NCAD) is hosting ‘In Public, In Particular’, an exhibition of interactive and location specific artworks on Thomas Street, Dublin 8.

The exhibition, which opens at 6pm on Thursday, November 30 and runs until 5pm on Friday, December 1, is part of a European programme that aims to develop and promote participatory art methods and situation specific art among European audiences in the cities of Dublin, Antwerp, Turku and Zagreb. 

More than 15 current of former NCAD students are contributing to the exhibition.

Beyond the Three Perfections

The Office of Public Works (OPW) is hosting the ‘Beyond the Three Perfections’ exhibition at Dublin Castle’s Coach House and it finishes up on Friday, December 8.

The Three Perfections - poetry, painting and calligraphy - have a long and uninterrupted history of cultivation in China. The exhibition explores the artistic evolution that arose from distinguished Irish painter Patrick Scott’s early discovery of Zen philosophy in the mid-1950s in Ireland to that of Irish-American artist Patty Hudak’s ink and wash paintings inspired by President Higgins’ poetry created on her journey through Asia today. The exhibition is concerned with the convergence of art forms, but also the convergence of ideas from East-West.

My Bedsit Window

The gates of Swords Castle open every evening from December 4- 9 to present a performance of the original play, ‘My Bedsit Window’, in the Chapel Venue.

Written and performed by Swords playwright David Gilna and directed by Glenn Gannon, ‘My Bedsit Window’ is a black comedy, chronicling David’s journey as a young actor/writer, William Blake, looking for that lucky break in theatre and the highs and lows he encountered as he moved from Dublin to London and Hollywood.

Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets cost €15, available online at eventbrite.ie or email mybedsitwindow@gmail.com. Tickets cost €13 for senior citizens, students and the unemployed, and special discount for bookings of 10 seats or more.

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