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What’s on July 2020

Written by on 14/07/2020


PhotoIreland Festival 2020


The 11th edition of PhotoIreland Festival, entitled ON/OFF, combines a programme of online and offline activities and exhibitions, free for all audiences.

8th-19th July
Online
Free


The Irish Times Summer Nights Festival


From July 13th to July 16th, join Summer Nights, when internationally renowned guests and Irish Times journalists get together for a festival of conversation, culture and ideas.

13th-16th July
Online
From € 40.00


Axis Summer Sessions


7 brilliant musicians invite you into their rooms for a series of intimate gigs called. The Axis Summer Sessions over 7 Monday nights starting July 13th at 9pm. They are all going to be streamed on the axis Facebook and Instagram Live.

13th July-10th August
Online
Free


UCD Discovery


UCD Discovery & the UCD Institute of Food and Health are delighted to invite you to join thought leader Zoe Kavanagh, CEO, The National Dairy Council on UCD Discovery’s ‘Zoom for Thought’ chat series

14th July
Online
Free


Tea Dance Tunes Online


Tea Dance is for people living with dementia, their carers and families to enjoy a concert of favourite songs and music. Join vocalist Liz Ryan and guest musicians for a special Tea Dance Tunes concert of popular ballads, seasonal songs and light opera, in your home.

15th-29th July
Online
Free


The Festival of Curiosity


From Playful Days to Curious Nights the 2020 festival will go ahead in a curious new way this summer from July 16th -19th.With brand new digital, virtual and blended formats for people of all ages to explore and discover science, arts, design and technology in playful new ways  so we can stay safe while staying curious.

16th-19th July
Online
Free


Druid Debuts Online


This summer, Druid Debuts, the company’s annual rehearsed reading series, will be a live online experience featuring four new plays. In 2019, Druid received over 400 scripts via the New Writing scheme. Four plays will make their debut every Thursday 2 – 23 July at 7.30pm via Zoom.

16th-23rd July
Online
From € 5.00


Wood Quay Summer Sessions


Dublin City Council’s ‘Wood Quay Summer Sessions’ returns for 2020, but the twist being that you get to enjoy them from home! For the 6th successive year, the City Council is proud to be providing a month of high quality free entertainment.

16th-31st  July
Online
Free


Hotter than July


Hotter than July Festival is moving to an online space celebrating inclusivity and diversity with music, story-telling, and creativity that is accessible to everyone from home! This year, from the 17th to 26th of July, you can access 10 days of events on Facebook and YouTube, including short performances of everything from Cuban dance music to Indonesian gamelan, songs and story-telling for young audiences, and chances to participate through instrument-making workshops and an online choir!

17th-26th July
Facebook & YouTube


Monumental Music Tours


It’s called the Monumental Music Tour because each stop is an important monument and the story is accompanied by a song about it.
Perfect for anyone interested in Irish music and history, the guides will perform folk songs relating to the iconic Dublin landmarks like the G.P.O. Daniel O’Connell, Molly Malone and many more.

18th-25th  July
Online
Free


Pluralism – Navigating Change In Counselling And Psychotherapy - Conference


The ambition of this event is to raise the profile and understanding of Pluralistic Counselling and Psychotherapy, to invite the audience with new ideas and perspectives and to improve the provision of counselling. Key to this is the idea of futures given the current context of widespread changes in practice and client experience.

19th  July
Online
Free


Chris Judge


An incredible drawing adventure with Chris Judge! The Creative Hubs are located at Ballyfermot Library, Cabra Library and Coolock Library, so booking is to be made through those branches, although these events are online only. The full online workshops with Chris are as follows:

Cabra: 20th July
Booking: [email protected]

Ballyfermot: 22nd July
Booking: [email protected]

Coolock: 24th July
Booking: [email protected]


EPIC Innovators ‘Stories that Move Camp


Think you have what it takes to be the next great storyteller? Learn how to tell engaging stories to ignite imaginations and inspire generations alongside EPIC’s curatorial team in this 2-day summer camp for teens.

EPIC, tells the stories of the Irish diaspora all around the world. From the Irish pirate who was the scourge of the Caribbean and the first female President of Ireland, to the WW2 pilot who fought in the Battle of Britain and the first woman to swim at the Olympics – these stories captive audiences all around the globe.

21st & 22nd July
Online
From € 15.00-40.00


Carbon – Online Conference & Exhibition.


The challenge of closing the gap to our 2030 target, coupled with the broader policy objective of long-term decarbonisation across all sectors of the economy, requires both public and private investment and large societal shifts in technology, attitudes and behaviour, at an unprecedented pace. Specifically, Ireland requires a change in its overall emissions trajectory of the order of a 2% decline each year from 2021 to 2030 to meet our EU targets.

23rd July
Online
Free


Tiny Plays 24/7


As Ireland begins to ease out of its lockdown, and as Irish theatre begins to look towards a new future, Fishamble is proud to announce that it will be presenting a selection of submitted plays. It will be a combination of pieces performed on the O’Reilly Theatre stage and filmed, as well as multimedia pieces created digitally.

24th July
Online
Free


Dublin City Volunteer Centre's Online Drop-in


Under ‘normal’ circumstances the doors to the Dublin City Volunteer Centre would be open to anyone who was interested in knowing more about volunteering in Dublin, but due to current restrictions the Centre remains closed until further notice. Anyone who is interested in finding out more about volunteering and how to use the service Dublin City Volunteer Centre offers, can join the centre for a Zoom online Drop-in session on Friday 24th July 12.30 – 13.30.

24th July
Online
Free


The Ark: Animal Transformations


Discover ancient tales of shape-shifting creatures and create your own in this online workshop. Ireland’s history is full of stories of humans turning into animals. Have you heard of the Selkie people who could transform into seals? The children who became swans? The women who became wolves? The man who became a salmon, an eagle and then a hawk?! These animal people were believed to possess great wisdom and knowledge. In this creative book-making workshop, you will choose what animal would you become and see what wisdom you might learn.

31st July-7th August
Online
From € 10.00