It has been an incredible festival for children, schools and artists this past few days. While there have been sellout shows, there are still some tickets available and spaces at performances and galleries across the city!
I See You Like This
5+ YRS | Free | Exhibition | No booking required
11.00 - 17.00 Daily until Sunday 22 October
With our ever-growing appetite to document our lives through photos and selfies, children are often the reluctant subjects of adults' cameras - asked to smile, look natural and come in closer.
In I See You Like This, Australian artist Jessica Wilson flips the camera around giving children control while their significant adults become their subjects.
Audio Description and Touch Tour
Free | Exhibition Tour | Email email@example.com to book
Saturday 21 October | 10.00 - 11.00
A bespoke audio description and touch tour of Jessica Wilson’s exhibition I See You Like This led by facilitator Mo Harte.
This tour can be very beneficial to children who are blind, visually impaired, on the autistic spectrum, non-verbal or have additional needs. To book a place please email Bry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Crow's Way
8 - 12 YRS | Performance
Thursday 19 - Sunday 22 October
A stunning new show from the acclaimed Moonfish Theatre, The Crow’s Way is a thrilling and unpredictable tale for children and anyone who loves adventure, brought to life with Moonfish’s signature brand of theatre magic.
Winner of Best Performer and Best Set and Costume Design at Dublin Fringe Festival Awards 2023.
The Shape of Quiet Feelings
8 + YRS | Immersive Installation
Thursday 19 - Saturday 21 October
Join us in an immersive experience through an atmospheric and sensory world, where children’s imagined stories and creatures take on myth-like qualities. By giving story and form to something that can sometimes feel scary and intangible, The Shape of Quiet Feelings will empower children and their families to consider new approaches to some of the big challenges presented by climate change.
Please note: This events features smoke, flashing lights and loud noises.
The Boy Who Talked to Dogs
12 + YRS | Performance
Thursday 19 - Saturday 21 October
Beautifully adapted by playwright Amy Conroy, The Boy Who Talked to Dogs is a magical and mischievous tale of transformation, redemption and what happens when the underdog finds his pack.
Content Advisory: Contains themes of domestic family violence that may be upsetting to some audience members.
There Are Little Worlds
2 - 8 YRS | Free | Exhibition | No booking required
13.00 - 17.00 Daily until Sunday 22 October
This exhibition explores moments of curiosity and joy through detailed miniature paperworks. Paula has constructed illustrative scenes made from brightly painted paper cut outs that are positioned carefully in layers within tiny boxes.
Paula’s work contains scenes that capture pleasant moments, brave moments, quiet and calm moments. You are invited to peer into these little worlds of wonder. Come with a curious eye and you may find some hidden details.
An Ant Called Amy
5 - 8 YRS | Performance
Friday 20 - Sunday 22 October
Amy the ant works very hard. When she wins the Employee of the Month Award, Amy feels happiness that drives her to work even harder. However it is only with the help of a Brown Spider that Amy finds true happiness by embracing her brother’s memory in the everyday. A charming and moving story about a busy little ant who learns to slow down.
Please note: An Ant Called Amy gently refers to sibling loss.