Events to drop by, from mar­kets to pa­rades

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT -

See Seven Days, p14-15. Project Arts Cen­tre. Pre­views un­til Sep 27 7.30pm (Sep 28 6.30pm) Opens Sep 29 - Oct 5 (Oct 4&5 2.30pm) pro­jec­tarts­cen­

Deirdre Ki­na­han’s new play for Fisham­ble, a con­tem­po­rary tragedy. Jim Cul­leton di­rects. Smock Al­ley The­atre. Pre­views Oct 1-2 7.30pm Oct 3, Oct 7-10 7.30pm, Oct 4 & 11 2.30pm & 7.30pm; Oct 5 & 12 2.30pm

See Seven Days, p14-15. Oon­agh Young Gallery. Sep 25-Oct 12 ev­ery half hour from 3pm-6pm & 7pm-9.30pm

English min­i­mal­ists Tim Crouch and Andy Smith tell the story of an evening when two friends meet, strug­gle to form a con­nec­tion, fight and fail. Pea­cock The­atre. Oct 2-3 8pm Oct 4 2.30pm & 8pm

Two sci­en­tists present an amaz­ing dis­cov­ery in Teatro de Chile’s thought­fully absurdist piece. Smock Al­ley The­atre. Sep 25-26 7.30pm Sep 28 2.30pm Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@ir­ish­


Archery, wall-climb­ing and zorb­ing are amongst the ac­tiv­i­ties to try out, Farm­leigh House & Gar­dens, Phoenix Park Sat/Sun 11am-5pm, adm free; Also Car­ni­vale pro­vide a mu­si­cal back­drop, Sun 2pm4pm; ex­hi­bi­tion of felt­works with work­shops from felt­mak­ers from Ire­land and Hun­gary. Cow­shed The­atre un­til Oct 12 farm­ Find out what the an­i­mals get up to at this time of the year at this an­nual fes­ti­val. Dublin Zoo. Phoenix Park, Sun noon-5pm (nor­mal ad­mis­sion prices ap­ply) dublin­ Ex­plore the gar­dens to dis­cover the ex­cit­ing va­ri­ety of scu­pl­tures in wood, metal, ce­ramic and stone. Un­til Oct 17 Na­tional Botanic Gar­dens, Glas­nevin, Mon-Fri 9am-5pm;Sat/Sun 10am-6pm adm free botan­ic­gar­ A chance to walk through the gar­dens and poly­tun­nels, see how ap­ple juice is made and taste some de­li­cious ap­ple recipes. Na­tional Or­ganic Cen­tre, Ross­in­ver, Sun 11am-5pm the­o­r­gan­ic­cen­

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