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What’s on January 2021

Written by on 06/01/2021


BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition


BTYSTE welcomes you back to the exhibition. They hope you find something in this archive that makes you smile. They have included almost all of the exhibition guides from the past 50 years and made them searchable so you can look up student names and schools.

6th January
BTYSTE BT Grand Canal Plaza, Upper Grand Canal Street, Dublin 4
Free Registration


Worry Dolls Craft Workshop


Join artist Kim Jenkinson for this children’s art workshop where they will be creating their own little worry dolls, using fabric, wool and other embellishments supplied in an art pack from the library.

7th January
Online
Free


Dublin Bowie Festival


They say the world hasn’t been the same since David Bowie died 5 years ago.. they all knew that right!? but 2020 has been a shocker and a tragedy for so many people worldwide so they are delighted to bring you some great names and acts for our online edition which we sincerely hope will bring some solace amid the post Xmas/New Year blues.

10th-17th January
Online
Varies


Muck By Roseanna Purcell


MUCK is a new play in development, which looks at how a mix of loneliness and vulnerability in modern rural Ireland can lead to toxic consequences.

11th-12th January
Online
From € 5.00


Pre-Instrumental Class with Rock Jam


In these lessons they will focus on pop, rock and funk rhythms. It’s a great introduction to music, with games and sounds from around the world. No experience is necessary. All welcome!

12th January
Online
Free


Baby Sign Class for Parents


Clever Little Handies is a baby sign class for parents with babies from newborn up. By teaching babies sign language from an early age they will have a vocabulary to use even if they’re not formulating words. This 4 week term is brought to you via Zoom and will include nursery rhymes, songs and poems with Irish Sign Language signs.

13th January
Online
Free


Our City Our Books


Our City Our Books with the collaboration of Dublin City Council are hosting ‘Getting Started with Zoom’ sessions to help you get your bookclub online. Their next session will take place on Wednesday 13th of January at 7:30pm. Over the last few months, the Our City Our Books team have become Zoom wizards.

13th January
Online
Free


Aware


Aware is running a monthly webinar series, starting in January 2021, focusing on a different theme each month, with a selection of expert speakers. They take place on the second Wednesday of every month and will be broadcast at 12 noon via Zoom. All webinars are recorded and made available to watch back on Aware’s YouTube channel.

13th January
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 they will be running online drop in.

15th January
Online

Free


Chance To Dance


This dance film project with Draíocht’s Create Dance members featuring dancers from Traces Dance Ensemble Co. Waterford. A film which explores and captures the power of communication through movement and the exchange of gestures between dancers in space and on camera. Directed by Jess Rowell and captured by film artist Conor Donelan. Jess Rowell’s Dance Residency in Draíocht was supported by The Arts Council, with additional funding provided by Fingal County Council.

15th January
Online

Free


Christy Moore


Over the past 15 years it has become something of a holiday tradition to attend a Dublin concert with Christy Moore, either in the run up to Christmas or early in the New Year. Different times make for different circumstances, and although there is no large gathering scheduled for this year, they invite you to join them for a livestream show from the National Concert Hall.

16th January
Online

Tickets From €16.50


Online Audio Description for people with a Visual Impairment


In a new online programme Hugh Lane Gallery are piloting audio descriptions of artworks in the collection for people with a visual impairment by Fala Buggy. They will use audio description, high contrast images and sound to discover the artworks.

19th January
Online

Free


Going Green is good for your Business


Sustainability is a core component of resilience. When you build sustainable business operations, you’re less like to face losses of critical functions and you bounce back quicker when facing economic, social, and environmental challenges. Presented by Dun Laoghaire Digital HQ.

20th January
Online

Free


4 Week Poetry Writing and Appreciation Course with Nell Regan


In an engaging and supportive atmosphere you’ll dip into some of Ireland’s favourite poems and use them as a springboard to write your own. No experience necessary. Nell Regan is an award winning poet and non-fiction writer living in Dublin. She has published three collections of poetry and her biography Helena Molony: A Radical Life was an Irish Independent Book of the Year 2017. The event will take place through zoom.

21st January
Online

Free


The Irish Times Winter Nights Festival


Winter Nights – when internationally renowned guests and Irish Times journalists get together for a festival of conversation, culture and ideas.

25th-29th January
Online

Tickets From € 50.00


Pride at Work


One of the most successful events of Winter Pride last year, Pride at Work returns as a two day event as part of Winter Pride 2020/21. This year they will have a particular focus on adapting to new working conditions caused by Covid19 and the specific challenges LGBTI+ people face. The second day of the event will be tailored to those who have lost or are at risk of losing employment due to the covid crisis and those entering the workforce.

27th January
Online

Free


Mindful Chair Yoga with Sally Dunne


The inclusive class is done seated, using easy, accessible poses. Their aim is to increase flexibility in the spine and the joints with careful and safe movements which are adaptable to everyone. Yoga can increase our range of movement, help muscle and joint flexibility and calm the mind. Presented by Tallaght Library.

27th January
Online

Free


Historic Public Sculpture in Dublin


Sculpture Dublin is presenting a series of six lectures on public sculpture in Dublin delivered by lecturer Paula Murphy. The lectures, which are being filmed in the City Hall, explore public sculpture in Dublin from different viewpoints.

29th January
Online

Free


Dublin Smartphone Film Festival


The Dublin Smartphone Film Festival is a international festival dedicated to celebrating work shot on Smartphone and Tablets. No longer is expensive technology a barrier to creativity. The mobile phone has expanded the scope and freedom for filmmakers, providing limitless possibilities in the palm of your hand.

30th January
Teeling Whiskey Distillery, Newmarket, The Liberties, Dublin 8, Ireland

Ticket Varies


Johnny McEvoy


Join the legendary Irish Folk Artist, Songwriter and Balladeer, Johnny McEvoy and his band for an exclusive night of Nostalgia, Stories and Songs. For one night only, Johnny and his band will perform a global livestream concert.

30th January
Online

Tickets From € 15.00


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