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DUBLIN

Science Gallery: De­bate on

Toxic Ac­cess A de­bate on artis­tic li­cence in Ire­land as part of the ex­hi­bi­tion, De­sign and Vi­o­lence on the con­nec­tions be­tween de­sign and vi­o­lence, Science Gallery, Pearse St, Thurs 5.45pm adm free dublin.sci­ence­gallery.com The Knit­ting and Stitch­ing

Show An an­nual feast of fab­ric and tex­tiles with work­shops for adults and chil­dren, Fri/Sat 10am-5.30pm & Sun 10am-5pm, Sim­mon­scourt Pav­il­ion, RDS, Balls­bridge

114.50/113.50 adults; 17 chil­dren. the knit­ting and stitch­ing show. com/ dublin/ Sto­ries of Ire­land in Art at

the Na­tional Gallery The Mar­riage of Strong­bow and Aoife is the fo­cus of this week’s talk by Pro­fes­sor Tom Dunne, emer­i­tus pro­fes­sor of his­tory from Univer­sity Col­lege Cork, Thurs 6.30pm, Na­tional Gallery, Clare St 18.50/15 01-6633505 ngi.ie

GAL­WAY

Con­nemara Sea Week Join in kite fly­ing, mini boat re­gatta and Con­nemara big­gest book fair as part of the Fam­ily Day on this first week­end of this an­nual cel­e­bra­tion, Sun from 1pm, Let­ter­frack and Con­nemara Na­tional Park ceecc.org 085 1154629

WATER­FORD

Imag­ine Arts Fes­ti­val Events in­clude a show­case of rap/spo­ken word, fa­cil­i­tated by Lon­don based pro­fes­sional rap­per Po­tent Whis­per (left), Sat 6.30pm The Book Cen­tre, Water­ford City 110; Nov­el­ist, Mia Gal­lagher will read from and speak about her work, St Pa­trick’s Gate­way Cen­tre, Water­ford City Mon 7pm adm free; The Chan­dler Chat, in which Ir­ish crime writ­ers Alan Glynn and De­clan Hughes dis­cuss the in­flu­ence of Ray­mond Chan­dler on their writ­ing, Sun 7pm, St Pa­trick’s Gate­way Cen­tre, Water­ford City adm free; Broad­caster, Joe Duffy talks about his book, Chil­dren of the Ris­ing, Thurs 8pm, St Pa­trick’s Gate­way Cen­tre, adm free imag­in­earts­fes­ti­val.com

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