FAM­ILY

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT - Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@irish­times.com

DUBLIN

Bram Stoker Fes­ti­val Events in­clude a pop-up Vic­to­rian fun park, and Sleep No More, a city-cen­tre pa­rade with Mac­nas. Fri- Mon var­i­ous venues (some def­i­nitely not suit­able for chil­dren) Dublin city cen­tre bram­stok­er­fes­ti­val.com

Pop­u­lar Mu­sic Week at the Ark Cabaret per­for­mance by Susannah de Wrixon for 2-4 year olds, Sat 10.30am & 11.45am 112/19; Dab­ble­doo mu­sic work­shops for 5-8 year olds, Sat noon & 2pm 111/18; Also mu­sic ses­sions and a disco as part of the Bram Stoker Fes­ti­val Sun 11.30am -2pm (var­i­ous ages); Also mid-term mu­sic camp (aged 8+) Tues-Fri, Nov 1 10am-3pm 1120/1105 The Ark, Eu­stace St, 01-6707788 ark.ie A Se­ries of Creepy Events at

Dublina Deilg Inis liv­ing his­tory theatre com­pany re­vive cus­toms and tra­di­tions of me­dieval times in this dra­matic piece, Sat-Thurs noon-1pm & 2pm-4pm; Also a spooky demon­stra­tion of bones with Linda Lynch as part of Sci­ence Week. Sun­day 11am - 4pm Dublina, Christ Church 18.50/ 15.50 01 679 4611 dublinia.ie

Hal­loween Mask-mak­ing and sto­ry­telling A chance to look at tra­di­tional Chi­nese hats and be in­spired for your own Hal­loween mask, Sat 2pm adm free book­ing es­sen­tial cbl.ie ; Sto­ry­teller, Roisin Mur­phy tells spooky tales from Ire­land and China, Sun 2.15pm & 3pm adm free no book­ing re­quired Ch­ester Beatty Li­brary, Dublin Cas­tle 01-4070772

Fam­ily and Midterm Work­shops at the Na­tional Gallery Fun ac­tiv­i­ties for 4-10 year olds, Sat 3pm adm free; Hal­loween themed art work­shops for 5-10 year olds, Tues-Thurs 3pm 15 Na­tional Gallery, Clare St adm free 01-6633519 na­tion­al­gallery.ie Sleep­ing Beauty Lam­bert Puppet Theatre re­turns with this clas­sic chil­dren’s tale told through pup­pets, Sat/Sun 3.30pm, Lam­bert Puppet Theatre, Clifton Lane, Monkstown 113/111 01-2800974 lam­bert­pup­petthe­atre.ie

Awe­some Au­tumn’s Chil­dren’s Fes­ti­val Shows in­clude Mr. Mess from Amadan Theatre Com­pany (aged 4+), Sat noon, 2pm & 3.30pm 18; Jack­ula, the tale of Drac­ula’s younger brother, Sun 8pm 18; Pi­rates of the King­dom of En­chan­ta­sia from Ofe­gus Theatre Com­pany Tues- Sat, Nov 5 112.50/ 10, Mill Theatre, Dun­drum 01-2969340 millthe­atre.ie

Hugh Lane Gallery work­shops Sketch­ing work­shops for chil­dren aged 4-12, Sun 3pm Hugh Lane Gallery, Par­nell Square adm free 01-2225550 hugh­lane.ie

MAYO

RoolaBoola Chil­dren’s

Fes­ti­val Conor at the End of the Uni­verse from Col­laps­ing House theatre com­pany (for aged 4-6), Sat 10.30am & 1.45pm; The Shape of Things from Bra­nar Téatar do Pháistí (Ire­land) & Star­catch­ers (Scot­land), Sat 11am, 12.30pm & 2pm; The Far Field from Ceol Con­nected (for aged 3-6), Sun noon & 1.30pm and Mon­keyshine Theatre Com­pany’s new show (aged 8+), Mon 12.30pm & 3pm, Also work­shops ga­lore Sat-Mon var­i­ous times the Li­nen­hall Arts Cen­tre, Castle­bar all shows 18 094-9023733 the­li­nen­hall.com

SLIGO

Mad Hat­ter Chil­dren’s Fes­ti­val Graf­fiti Clas­sics comic clas­si­cal mu­sic con­cert, Sat 2pm 15; Fid­get Feet’s aer­o­batic dance theatre show, Cin­der and the El­las Wed 2pm & 6pm 18; Mon­keyshine Theatre’s new show based on Gul­liver’s Trav­els, Voy­age Thurs 2pm & 6pm 18, Hawk­swell Theatre, Tem­ple St, Sligo 071-9161518 the­hawk­swell.com

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