Abbey Tavern Howth

The Abbey Tavern hosts the original "Traditional Irish Night" which features traditional irish music from world famous Abbey Tavern singers and musicians with a lively performance of music, song and the very best of Irish dancing.

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Draiocht Arts Centre, Blanchardstown

DraÁocht boasts a wide and varied programme of activities for families and young people including family drama, panto and musicals, dance & drama classes, summer projects. It has an annual Children's Festival and Free Family Art Days on various Saturdays throughout the year.

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Fingal County Libraries

Offering a range of services from borrowing books and free access to online databases to the huge array of free events and activities taking place in Fingal County Libraries for both adults and children.

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Lusk Heritage Centre

Based in a site comprising a 9th century round tower, a medieval belfry and a 19th century church Lusk Heritage Centrei houses an exhibition on Lusk and medieval churches of North County Dublin and also the magnificent 16th century effigy tomb of Sir Christopher Barnewall and his wife Marion Sharl.

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Millbank Theatre, Rush

Rush Dramatic Society was founded in 1927 and has an unbroken record of theatrical activity for over 80 years. The Millbank Theatre, a purpose-built theatre in the town of Rush, opened in 1988. Since then the society have produced over 70 plays and currently produces 5 full-length plays each year, filling 20 weeks of theatre, as well as a hugely successful annual drama festival and numerous musical events

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Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre, Naul

Dedicated to the memory of Irish Musician, folklore and music collector, Séamus Ennis, The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre plays host to some of today's foremost musicians, songwriters and Artists. The Venue's intimate performance space is regarded by many as one of the Irish music scene's best kept secrets, while The Parlour, The Cottage Café and adjacent rooms throughout The Cottage all provide a home and inspiration for stories, art, poetry, music, song and dance.

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Swords Historical Society

The Carnegie Library, built in 1909, is now home to the Swords Historical Society and Fingal Genealogy, part of the Irish Family History Foundation, the group offers a genealogical research service for the Fingal Dublin area. Open weekdays 1-4.30p.m.

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