Family Events in Dublin
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A Most Peculiar Wintry Thing, The Ark, Temple Bar, 22 November  to 10 January. The
Ark and Music Network present a brand new festive music show exploring the magic and
mystery of Winter.  With a dynamic blend of original music, improvisation and audience
interaction, this brand new festive music show by composer Brian Irvine has been
commissioned and specially created for children, their schools and families.  €12/€9. Family
Ticket €40 for 4. 20% off for Family Members.  
More details and book online.
The North Pole Experience, starts Saturday 22nd November.  Your magical adventure
starts with a greeting by Woody from Toy Story.  Then it’s off for a spin on the Coca Cola
Trucks.  Keep an eye for Buzz Light Year and visit Santa in his magical grotto, tell him what
you would like for Christmas and receive a gift.  Get your picture taken with Santa to bring
home, then have fun in the Bounceland Playzone.  €20 per child includes Santa gift, photo,
25 Mins Play in Bounceland playzone and free balloon (approx. one hour).  Parents go free
and can relax in the heated café serving hot and cold food, tea/coffee. Ph: 085 8467042  
More details.
Science Week, throughout Dublin, 9th to 22nd November.  This years events and
workshops includes 3D Creatures, I'm a Scientist, Get me out of here!, Science Week
Workshop: Delve Deeper, Superhero Science, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
workshops, Science Trail at Airfield, Science for fun fair, Nano science, My Astronaut
Experiences with Greg Johnson, Astronomy Ireland, Metaperceptual Helmets
and lots more.  
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Believe In The Magic Of Christmas, Axis Theatre, Ballymun, 27th to 29th November.
Tells the story of one little girl's quest for Christmas and the magic she encounters along the
way. With the help of an elf-in-training she embarks on an adventure to the North Pole to
rediscover the joy of Christmas!  A show for all ages, "Believe..." promises to be a brilliant
night of entertainment that will have you laughing, crying and shouting in animated panto
fashion as you join our two heroes on their journey.
 More details.
Imaginosity, Sandyford, November. Lots on this November with Build your own Superhero
World, Superhero Science Show, Superhero Slime, Make your own Superhero, and more.  
And every morning between 9.30 to 11.30, we have Wobblers and Toddlers.
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Viking and Medieval Dublin Tours, Dublinia, Saturday and Sundays in November.
2.30pm.  Did the Viking really have horns on their helmets, and what did they use as toilet
paper?  How did you cure a headache in medieval times and just what would the barber
surgeon do to you!  Find out on our special exhibition tours.
 More details.