Celebrating Cultures, Promoting Integration
Join in for a special Culture Club tour of Design & Crafts Council of Ireland exhibition SURFACE MATTERS, in the Coach House. SURFACE MATTERS, curated by Liz Cooper, considers the extraordinary skill and attention to detail involved in the creation of the contemporary craft objects. DCC Culture Company‘s Culture Club is an exhibition tour by a guide, followed by complimentary tea, coffee, and chats.
Where: Dublin Castle, Dame Street, Dublin
When: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
How much: Admission free, booking required here email@example.com
It’s here! DCU Drag Race is back with the largest student-organised drag competition in Ireland. Winning DCU’s Best Society Event 2018, they’re excited to bring you all a jaw-dropping show filled with all the different styles of drag we know and love!
DCU Drag Race 2019 is brought to you in aid of the Transgender Equality Network in Ireland (TENI). TENI provide essential services to the trans and gender non-conforming people of Ireland, including the fight for trans healthcare.
Where: Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin
When: 6:30pm to 10:30pm
How much: €8/€10/€15
In the time of late capitalism, growing inequality and increasing awareness of causes and impacts of climate change, what does it mean to live ethically?
Our social media is saturated with perspectives around plastic use and ecological degradation, around industrialised agriculture and competing arguments for why mass population shifts to veganism can or can’t address climate change. We are presented with a myriad of personal choices presented as ethical living, but can we harness individual choices and behaviour changes into a wider force for social change?
The panel will help us unpack some of these questions in our #FirstWeds discussion around ethical living and social change.
Where: Teachers Club, 36 Parnell sq, West, Dublin
When: 7pm to 8:30pm