Events to drop into, from mar­kets to fes­ti­vals

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Be­hind The Scenes at Shake­speare’s Globe

The­atre The Dublin-based Gre­gory Walk­ers take au­di­ences be­hind the scenes of Shake­speare’s Globe The­atre as four mot­ley mu­si­cians pre­pare for a per­for­mance. The Grain­store, Bal­ly­maloe, Sun 3pm 112/130 (fam­ily of four) bal­ly­maloe­grain­ Lit­er­ary Guided Tours of the

Na­tional Mu­seum Find out hid­den con­nec­tions to writ­ers and writ­ings in the arte­facts of the mu­seum, Na­tional Mu­seum of Dec­o­ra­tive Arts, Collins Bar­racks, Sun 3pm Adm free (adults) mu­

The Great Red Line Bake-Off Bak­ers are in­vited to come with their cakes which will be

judged by Roseanne Hewitt-Cromwell, au­thor of

Like Mam Used To Bake, Clon­dalkin Li­brary, Tues 6.30pm 01-4593315 red­line­book­fes­ti­ Lu­mi­nar­ium at Baboro In­ter­na­tional Arts Fes­ti­val

for Chil­dren Ex­plore the beauty of light and colour in this in­flated in­stal­la­tion (above)from Ar­chi­tects of Air,

Span­ish Arch, Sat/Sun noon-6pm; Mon-Thurs 10am-1pm & 3pm-6pm 15

Fu­sion Sculp­tures Glass artist Karen Don­nel­lan in­vited adults and chil­dren alike to cre­ate fun fu­sion sculp­tures from a range of craft ma­te­ri­als, Kilkenny Craft Gallery, Cas­tle Yard, Sun 10.30am & noon 056 7761804

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