18th Sep 2015
Culture Night is taking place nationwide tonight, and so many cultural centres have opened their doors to the public, in order to present and give an insight of what their locations offer. Celebrating cultural diversity, art and creativity; wherever you wind up, you will find something really interesting to discover.
So many events have been organised to please everyone’s passions. From readings, live music, fashion, exhibitions and yoga. Everyone will be able to find a location that presents an activity or expression of art they might be interested in.
Grafton Academy of Fashion Design
Fashion lovers, after last weeks’ wonderful Dublin Fashion Festival, ?the city has even more to offer. You can come and discover live shows from some graduate designers. And on top of seeing some amazing design and skills, you can witness some pattern cutting, sewing and millinery demonstrations.?www.culturenight.ie – Grafton Academy of Fashion Design
Airbnb are opening their offices on this special night. You will not only be able to discover their new work space while enjoying a glass of wine, but also see demonstrations and quirky fun workshops whilst listening to live music from Buffalo Woman and This Greedy Pig.?Foodies rejoice as you will be learning all about the wild flora and seasonal eating with the wonderful Gruel Guerilla as well as getting the best tips on home styling from the phenomenal Jette Virdi.?www.culturenight.ie/airbnb
YogaLoft Temple Bar
The Yoga Loft will be having four 30 minute long classes on Friday evening for you to discover to different Yoga sessions they have to offer.?Make sure you send an e-mail or give them a ring as advance booking is required to be assured a place on the evening.?www.culturenight.ie/yogaloft
The Lighthouse Cinema
For adults and children alike, this Japanese animation is a delight. Two free screenings of My Neighbor Totoro will be held at The Lighthouse Cinema, one at 5.30pm and a second one at 7.30pm. Enjoy Hayao Miyazaki’s beautifully enticing world through a loving tale.www.culturenight.ie – My Neighbor Totoro
The Lilliput Press?
The Lilliput Press are welcoming some amazing guests for Culture Night. The guests include Culture Night 2015 ambassador Niamh Farrell of hamsandwhicH, Donal Ryan and Alan McMonagle. Readings will be held and they will also be celebrating the release of the highly anticipated short story by Donal Ryan, A slanting of The Sun.
Meeting House Square
After last year’s extremely successful event, RTE Radio 1 presents an outdoor broadcast of an extended 3hour long show which will feature interviews, music, poetry, drama, comedy and live performances.The range of music that will be offered on the night will go from classical and operatic to traditional and popular.?www.culturenight.ie – Meeting house square
This event is perfect for modern art lovers. The French Embassy, in it’s new location on Merrion Square, is putting on an interactive installation through sound, light and the human body. Around a pedestal and a ball, each touch will generate sounds and lights, which change according to the number of spectators and the proximity of contacts.?www.culturenight.ie/french-embassy
Design Hub in The Coach House
The coach house will be filled with talks, tours, workshops and music – your creative side might decide to erupt. ?www.culturenight.ie/Design-Hub
To discover the full list of cultural events that will be on nationwide, head to the official website?www.culturenight.ie
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