THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 FRIDAY, AUGUST 16
A fundraising darts night will take place in the Woodpecker, Ashford, from 7 p.m. to help cover the costs of Jamie and Sean Cummins travelling to Gibralter to represent Ireland in the JDC World Cup of Darts. PDC World Cup runner-up Steve Lennon will be present on the night and there will be a raffle held.
BATTLE OF THE BLOODY BANKS
The Medieval Bray Project will host this talk by David McIlreavy, which will discuss the immediate lead up to the Battle of the Bloody Banks, which took place at Sunnybank, near Bray in 1402. The talk will look at what can be deduced about the battle itself and comparable events during the period. Admission is free to the talk at 7 p.m. in Bray Library. MOVIES BY THE BANDSTAND
The Greatest Showman will be screened at Bray Bandstand at 8 p.m., (running time one hour 46 minutes). Events are free and no tickets are required. Screenings are subject to change without notice and are dependent on weather. Audience members can bring a blanket, deck chair or camp chair. Pets and alcohol are prohibited.
As part of its annual Heroes fundraising campaign, Woodies in Bray is hosting a table quiz at 8 p.m. in the Martello, Bray. The cost of entry is €40 for a table of four and a raffle will also take place on the night. This year’s campaign is raising funds for Hand in Hand Children’s Charity, Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland, Temple Street Children’s Hospital and the ISPCC.