Culture Night Fingal 2022

One Night for All

Join us on Culture Night on Friday 23rd September for an exciting programme of free cultural events at participating venues and locations in Fingal. Audiences of all ages can enjoy a variety of music, dance, poetry, performance, art, tours and talks specifically programmed for Culture Night in Fingal. Cultural organisations, castles and historic houses in Fingal will extend their opening hours to the public, highlighting the wealth of cultural facilities and talented people in the locality.

Celebrate Culture Night in Draíocht, Blanchardstown, and enjoy an exhibition talk and drawing tour of (R)OARS with artist Michelle Hall or take part in interactive workshops on public spaces, architecture and youth theatre. Fingal Libraries will host an array of family friendly events at Malahide Library and Blanchardstown Library and visitors can tour the popular historical collections at Fingal Local Studies and Archives in Swords.

The Our Balbriggan hub will welcome visitors to Georges’ Square where local musicians, artists and photographers will gather for impromptu musical performances, readings and exhibits of their work. Also taking part in Culture Night is the Irish Institute of Music and Song, a superb music facility in Balbriggan, who will host a music trail through their campus and visitors to Ardgillan Castle will have the opportunity to meet the resident artists and designers in their bespoke artists’ studios.

Join Astronomers at DIAS Dunsink Observatory for self-guided tours and cosmic talks among the stars. Visitors can also explore the beautiful interiors of Fingal’s finest heritage properties such as the recently reopened great hall at Malahide Castle and the servant's quarters at Newbridge House and Farm or why not experience the amazing Fry Model Railway housed in the Casino Museum, Malahide.

To view all the Culture Night events in Fingal click on link for the Culture Night Fingal programme.

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