Temple Bar Events

Temple Bar Events

If you and your family are planning a trip to Temple Bar and want to find our more about the family Temple Bar Events that are on from theatre, outdoor cinema, circus and cultural events you will find them all here.

Temple Bar Family Events

Temple Bar TradFest

In 2013 the festival will be bigger than ever with 6 days and 6 nights of trad, music, dance and craic. The festival features over 200 free events, an outdoor stages, family programme, children’s club, street performers, pipe bands, music trail and much more. Experience Irish and International music talent in some of Dublin’s most iconic venues like Christ Church Cathedral, St Patrick’s Cathedral and the glorious rotunda of City Hall.

They have a big Family programme which is packed with fun for all the family from Wooly Ward’s Farm, to Fuinneamh Bounce to theatre performances and storytelling. There are two FREE outdoor stages with Irish dance and music on, the Tudors Exhibition and Book of Common Prayer Exhibition. The New Theatre is holding IMRO master classes with John Spillane and Charlie Lennon. They will also have some great crafty workshops at The Ark and you are invited to see the treasures in the IFI vaults!

Entertainment will be wandering the streets of Temple Bar including the unicyclist and daredevil Ross O’Brien, acrobatics expert Hakuna Matata and juggling King Johnny Phelan.

Classification :- Family Festival / All Ages

Venue:- Meeting House Square, Temple Bar Square and Old City Temple Bar

Date / Time:- 22nd January 2013 – 27th January 2013

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Temple Bar Chocolate Festival

Temple Bar Chocolate Festival will take place from October 30 – November 1.

Visit the Temple Bar Chocolate Festival Chocolate Fair in Meeting House Square with up to 20 stalls including 12 chocolate artisan producers from around the country, hot chocolate, good coffees, chocolate pastries and even a savory chocolate stall.

To Find Out More About Temple Bar Chocolate Festival family programme of events and workshops

 

 

 

 

 
 

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