|What's On in Dublin
|BEES! A Musical, The Ark, Temple Bar, 13th Feb to 13th March. A musical show for
Ages 6+ filled with buzzing and songs, dancing and flying. BEES! is a funny, factual foray into the
lives of pollinators and their importance for us humans which will have you singing along and
leaving with a mission to fill your world with bee-friendly plants. Mel, who is a honey bee, who can’
t find her colony. She got left behind and she’s not even sure how to be a bee! On the journey to
find her home, she learns how to fly, discovers some of the dangers in her world, finds her first
flowers and experiences the value of true friendship along the way. More details.
|Imaginosity, Sandyford. February. This February mid term (15th-19th), take part in our fun
'Out of this World' Space Camp, from 9.30 to 1pm daily ( €25). Phone 01 2176130 to book.
Engineers Week starts 28th Feb, where workshops will take place for visitors and school groups.
Click here. Imaginosity has just launched their annual 'What's the story - a big competition for
little story makers 2016. If for you or class have a great story to tell and you like writing, painting,
drawing comic strips or taking photographs, you can enter our competition with a written story or
poem, a drawing/photograph or a comic strip. For all camps and events, please book in
advance. More details.
|Engineers Week, Dublin, 28th February to 5th March. A week-long programme of events
with the aim of celebrating the world of engineering in Ireland. Aims to create a positive
awareness and spark enthusiasm about the engineering profession to people of all ages,
especially students and their teachers and parents, through workshops such as Learn it LEGO
Education' and other fun workshops. More details.
|Early Years Workshop: Beatrice the Busy Bee, The Ark, Temple Bar, 6th Feb to 12th
March. In the workshop we meet a super hero bee called Beatrice. Her special power is
pollination but there is a problem: she lost her house to a lawn mower. So what is the solution?
Planting, keeping it wild, telling people the story. Following the storytelling Paula will lead the
workshop participants in an interactive making session where the children (along with their
grown-up) will participate in different activity areas to make group and individual pieces full of
colour inspired by Beatrice and her story. More details.
|Dublinia, Christchurch, Dublin. Family First Saturdays at Dublinia is a series of dedicated
events for families happening at Dublinia the first Saturday of every month and is included in the
admission price with no booking necessary. Dublinia is one of Dublin's top children's attractions in
the heart of Dublin City and is an unforgettable experience for the whole family to enjoy. Three
exciting exhibitions that unearth's the city's past and see Dublin from a new perspective. More