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Events to drop in to, from crafts fairs to com­edy

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

Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­times.com

CORK

The Cork En­vi­ron­men­tal Fo­rum sug­gests this 17th floor space with views over Cork city and County as a good lo­ca­tion to ex­pe­ri­ence Earth Hour when lights are turned out as a sym­bolic en­vi­rone­men­tal ges­ture, Sat 8.30pm at dusk Ver­tigo, County Hall, Car­ri­gro­hane Road, Cork City 021-4856610

DUBLIN

Pol­ish Food and Craft Fair Held as part of the Pol­skaEire/ Pol­ish Ir­ish Fes­ti­val, this food and craft fair cel­e­brates Pol­ish food, mu­sic, craft and much more, Tem­ple Bar Square, Sun 1pm-5pm 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 dublin­food­coop.ie 01-4544258

The Ha’Penny Flea Mar­ket Vin­tage cloth­ing, vinyl records, retro fur­ni­ture, crafts, bric abrac, jew­ellery, books, etc The Grand So­cial, Lower Lif­fey St (just North of the Ha’penny Bridge) Sat noon-6pm the­grand­so­cial.ie Pals- The Ir­ish at Gal­lipoli Dis­cover the un­told Ir­ish ex­pe­ri­ences of World War One in this his­tor­i­cal drama from Anu Pro­duc­tions, Na­tional Mu­seum of Ire­land: Dec­o­ra­tive Arts and His­tory, Collins Bar­racks, Wed-Sat, 11am, noon, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm; Sun 2pm-3pm & 4pm Un­til April 30 15 pals-theirishat­gal­lipoli.com Com­edy Im­prov at the Science Gallery Dublin-based com­edy im­prov troupe Not the Eyes! prom­ise to en­ter­tain you on April Fool’s Day, Wed 6pm Trinity Col­lege Dublin Science Gallery, Pearse St 15 ad­vanced book­ing ad­vised. dublin.sci­ence­gallery.com Po­etry and Mu­sic: Pulse Mu­sic/Ceol Cuilse Di­rected by Dy­lan Tighe with orig­i­nal mu­sic and sound de­sign by Seán Mac Erlaine, this sonic jour­ney into the po­etic imag­i­na­tion of the late West Lim­er­ick poet Michael Hart­nett fea­tures ac­tor An­drew Bennett, singers Nell Ní Chróinín and Iarla O’Lion­aird (above), and the voice of Michael Hart­nett, Books Up­stairs, 17 D’Olier St, Wed 7pm 16 po­et­ryire­land.ie

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