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Thursday 18 September 2014

If you do one thing this week... the best of culture

Honour our heroes

Flowers growing in Farmleigh
Pic:Mark Condren
24.2.2014
Flowers growing in Farmleigh
The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival
Art in Action at Farmleigh

The International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival takes place in venues across the city centre from tomorrow until May 18, and includes Eirebrushed, a theatrical tribute to the hidden lesbian and gay heroes of 1916.

www.gaytheatre.ie

FIND A FRAME IN FARMLEIGH

Art in Action is a unique arts and crafts festival taking place today and tomorrow in the beautiful setting of Farmleigh House and grounds in Phoenix Park, featuring 100 working artists, 10.30am to 5pm.

www.artinaction.ie

UNDERTAKE THE UKULELE

Learn to play a well-known céilí tune on the ukulele, the little guitar-like folk instrument from the Pacific islands, today and tomorrow at The Ark, Temple Bar, 11.30am and 2.30pm, for children aged 7 and above.

www.ark.ie

CELEBRATE CONNECTIONS

Join Scotland's Alasdair Fraser on fiddle, Californian cellist Natalie Haas and Donegal singer and fiddler Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh as they explore the connections between traditional Scots, Irish and American Old Time music from May 7 to 18.

Details at musicnetwork.ie

GOBBLE GRUB IN GREYSTONES

Gourmet Greystones is a day of culinary delights with food demonstrations, world-class chefs, workshops, foodie markets and Junior Masterchef, taking place today in the cafés and restaurants of Greystones.

www.facebook.com/gourmetgreystones

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