Events to drop into, from fairs to books fes­ti­vals

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT - Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­

CORK Bal­ly­maloe Vin­tage and An­tiques Fair

More than 50 stalls sell­ing ev­ery­thing from the se­ri­ously el­e­gant to the won­der­fully retro to the glo­ri­ously kitsch. Vic­to­rian style carousel for chil­dren and ar­ti­san food, Bal­ly­maloe Grain­store and Big Shed, Bal­ly­maloe House, Shana garry, Sat/Sun 10am-6pm adm and park­ing free bal­ly­maloe­grain­

The Daugh­ter­hood: Natasha Fen­nell and Roisin In­gle in con­ver­sa­tion

Anna Carey chairs a dis­cus­sion with au­thors Natasha Fen­nell and Roisin In­gle (above) about their new book, The

Daugh­ter­hood, dlr Lex­I­con Li­brary, Dun Laoghaire, Fri 8pm 110/18 pavil­ionthe­

The Res­i­dency at dlr Moun­tains to Sea Book Fes­ti­val

dlr Writer in Res­i­dence Colm Kee­gan in­vites Der­mot Bol­ger, Kevin Gildea and Vyvi­enne Long to take part in an evening of arts and en­ter­tain­ment, Fri 9.45pm Pav­il­ion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire 110/18 01-2312929

Be­ing A Man:dlr Moun­tains to Sea Book Fes­ti­val

Pro­fes­sor Ian Robert­son, Depart­ment of Psy­chol­ogy at Trinity Col­lege Dublin will lead a dis­cus­sion on what it’s like to be a man in 21st Cen­tury Ire­land. Pan­el­lists in­clude Tom Clo­nan, re­tired army of­fi­cer and Colm O’Gorman from Amnesty In­ter­na­tional Sun 12.30pm Pav­il­ion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire 110/18 pavil­ionthe­ 01-2312929

Dublin Food Coop Mar­kets

With a dif­fer­ent theme each week, th­ese mar­kets of­fer whole­food and house­hold prod­ucts as well as other spe­cial­i­ti­ies, Sun 11am-5pm 12 New­mar­ket, Dublin 8 dublin­food­ 01-4544258

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