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School Events Calendar 2015/2016



Our School Event Calendar below provides information on events or activities which might be of interest to schools throughout the school calendar year.

If you want to add an event for free use the button on the right. Alternativey we can upload the details for you but a small administrative charge will apply - email us with your event details. School related charity events are listed here.



Tech Week Ireland
Tech Week Ireland
Tech Week is Ireland's nationwide festival of technology, aimed at students, parents and the public. Tech Week provides hands-on opportunities to learn about how computing and technology are shaping every area of life including Education, Health, the Environment, and more. Objective #1 is to inspire students to engage with STEM subjects, and to equip them with the knowledge and experience necessary
Start: 24/04/2016 End: 30/04/2016 www.techweek.ie
e: info@techweek.ie
Phone: 012377733
Maloney’s Dream
Pavilion Theatre - Maloney’s Dream
When one man's dream of a new beginning collided with the birth of a nation... With a fantastically talented ensemble cast, set design by Maeve Clancy, original score by Michael Chang and puppets by Suse Reibeisch this will be a treat of a show for all ages. It’s a bilingual show that is jam packed with live music, physical theatre and puppetry. A special educational website has been developed which aims to help schools to negotiate the vast amount of information available about 1916. The resources on the website look at the life of a child in 1915/16, the events that happen as they happened month on month in the 6 months prior to the rising. There are useful links to images and videos of the time: www.maloneysdream.ie
Start: 04/05/2016 Times: 10am Admission: €5, Teachers go free www.paviliontheatre.ie
e: boxoffice@paviliontheatre.ie
Phone: 01 231 2929
Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, Dun Laoghaire Dublin
Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival
Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival
Cinemagic School events for primary and nursery pupils include: Matilda - Celebrating 100 years of Roald Dahl with storytelling from Jack Lynch , Special effects make-up in film with Triona Gogarty, Lovemovies.ie Craft and Graft workshop, The Word of Beatrix Potter - Early Years Drama with Emma Coogan, Music and Songs from Lily’s Driftwood Bay and The Geography Show. Special screenings of films including Blinky Bill the Movie, Inside Out, and Who Killed Nelson Nutmeg with a Director/Writer Q&A. Cinemagic’s My First Cinema Trip is an initiative targeted at nursery and early years pupils with screenings of Thomas & Friends, Ted Sieger’s Molly Monster. The nursery programme also visits nursery schools. Visit the website link below for the full programme of events
Start: 09/05/2016 End: 22/05/2016 www.cinemagic.ie
Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival
Cinemagic International Film & Television Festival
Cinemagic Secondary school programme (ages 15-18) events include: Costume Design with Breege Fahy, VFX in Brooklyn with Windmill Lane, Special Effects Make-Up in Film with MKF Institute and Action for Screen with Eimear O’Grady. These events are hosted in the classrooms of participating schools to help immerse students in the workshops and alleviate travel costs.  Additional events for 15-18 year olds include Inside News! News production and news presenting with TV3, Documentary Focus – A Syrian Love Story and Q&A with BAFTA nominated filmmaker Sean McAllister, Film Classification with IFCO, Creative Writing with Fighting Words, F-Rating: Representing Women in Film with Holly Tarquini and an education preview of The Boy and the Beast. Visit the website link below for the full programme of events
Start: 09/05/2016 End: 22/05/2016 www.cinemagic.ie
Lismore Opera Festival
Lismore Opera Festival
LOF will present Mozart's Cosi fan tutte on 2, 3 and 4 June '16. Thursday 2 June is the Dress Rehearsal and LOF would be delighted for music students & those who are keen to pursue a career in the classical music industry to come along and enjoy an evening of opera. There's an opportunity to get involved behind the scenes in the production. Interested? Email us.
Start: 02/06/2016 End: 04/06/2016 Times: 6.30pm - 11pm Admission: FREE www.lismoreoperafestival.com
e: info@lismoreoperafestival.com
Phone: 0857460735
Lismore Waterford