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JULAUG / / 01 451 5860

Happy Summer (-ish)! We had a great time during Glitch Thanks to all who came along to the workshops and exhibitions. Keep an eye out for the Glitch Vending Machine in RUA RED. We’re really excited about our new exhibition A Very Normal Place by Northern Ireland photographer Adam Patterson. The exhibition features over 30 black and white photographic prints of Adam’s time in West Tallaght. Adam lived in Jobstown, met his neighbours, spoke to local people and involved them in the making of the work. We wanted to create an exhibition that was personal to west Tallaght. Check it out on page 1, you might spot some people you know! We’re also excited to announce the application dates for our annual Open Show. Find out how to apply on page 8. RUA RED loves supporting artists, in all art forms, ans this year we’re happy to offer support to a limited number of companies performing in this year’s Absolut Fringe by providing free, daytime rehearsal space. Find out more details on page 15. In this month’s Tenant Spotlight we interview Irish contemporary goldsmith Rachel Swan and artistic director of Garbo productions Margaret Callan Bergin. You can read about what they get up to on pages 19 and 21. Hope you’ve all been in to check out the RUA RED Café. If not, use the voucher on page 24 as an excuse to drop by!w On behalf of the whole RUA RED team, thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Carolyn Jones, Acting Director You can tweet me @RUARED

Join theconversation!! Twitter: @RUARED Facebook: /RUAREDArts Flickr: /rua_red

Contents Visual Art A Very Normal Place Plastic Art Annual Open Show Art Trolley Sessions

1 5 8 9

Film Family Film Over 55’s

10 12

Supporting Absolut Fringe Artists


Tallaght Young Filmmakers




Tenant Spotlight Rachel Swan Designs Garbo Productions

19 21

General Info


Cover Image: Barbara Knezevic

Opening Hours Box Office / Reception: Mon - Sat, 10am - 6pm (The centre is open until 10pm Mon - Fri for private classes, performances & rehearsals) Closed on Bank Holiday Mondays and Public Holidays. CafĂŠ: Mon - Fri, 9am - 5.30pm / Sat, 10am - 5pm




30 JUN - 4 AUG

The evening helicopters drone overhead – out of reach like an annoying fly. Dogs are barking, big like lions, just another night in Jobstown. I have fallen in love with the life that flows through this place. There is an innocent beauty casting back to older times. Shooting in black and white I am trying to do this justice, a method of preserving the timelessness of the street games children play, of the friendliness people are offering me here. - Adam Patterson, 17th March 2012

Adam Patterson A Very Normal Place




30 JUN -4 AUG

A Very Normal Place is a photographic exhibition by Northern Ireland photographer Adam Patterson about his time in West Tallaght. Gallery Two will feature three short films that follow moments in the lives of west Tallaght residents that Adam met during his time in the area, while Gallery One will feature over 25 photographic prints shot entirely on film, in black and white. “I arrived with ideas and plans. Much had been written about WWest Tallaght and my aim was not to correct or offer an alternate view. The purpose was to record my personal time living in the area, through those that opened their doors to me. This work is about people - their faces, their gaze and their thoughts. The series depicts moments of my place in that corner of time. In every sense it is a collaboration with locals that took me into their world. These photographs could not have been formed without their guidance and trust. I have always found photography to be a fantastic excuse to learn about people’s lives. Often my resulting photographs resemble a brief sketch of my limited time attempting to understand them. People are often cautious about a stranger with a camera and yet with a careful approach and explanation doors will open. This was certainly the case in Jobstown, Killinarden, Fettercain and Brookfield – areas I was warned about by people I met in other parts of Dublin. It is sad that infrequent and unfortunate events involving crime and violence can cast a dark show over an entire area. The reality is that these places are primarily ordinary in every sense, with people just trying to live their lives. Issues arise because others form judgment without taking the time to witness this normality. If they were to walk the streets and talk to the residents, they would likely meet people very much like themselves. These photographs are an attempt to portray the routine, the moments that form a sense of what a place really means.” - Adam Patterson


“I thank the people in these photographs. They each gave me something of themselves for no reason at all.” - Adam Patterson Dates: Times:

30th June - 4th August Mon – Sat, 10am – 6pm

With thanks to Exhibit A Studios and The Ireland Funds




18 AUG -13 OCT

This exhibition has been kindly funded by the Euroscience Open Forum

Barbara Knezevic





18 AUG -13 OCT

Curated by Hilary Murray (2012 Curatorial Residency) Plastic Art sees the commissioning of new work, by artists Barbara Knezevic, Maghnild Ophøld and Seamus McCormack. The exhibition explores the notion of the biological network through its manipulations of form, plasticity through the re-working of material, seriality and the interplay of physical change with recognition. The artist makes use of well-known memory images and changes the form of each to allow for other manipulations and remembrances to occur, as such, this interplay itself mimics biological plasticity. The creation of new form through the re-working and optimisation of old form creates a platform for the viewing of art on an intimate cellular level. Barbara Knezevic is an Australian born artist practicing in Dublin. She is the recipient of a Project studio at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios, and the South Dublin County Council’s Artist’s Bursary Award. Barbara is the co-editor of the online publication Paper Visual Art Journal. Magnhild Opdøl was born in Norway and is now living and working in Ireland. In 2011 she was awarded the Tony O’Malley Residency. She has widely exhibited both in Ireland and internationally, and her work is included in many public and private collections. Seamus McCormack attended Limerick School of Art & Design and received a First Class BA Fine Art from DIT. He has recently completed a Masters in Fine Art at NCAD. Recent shows include Treading the boards, Ballina Arts Centre, Mayo and I’m Crying & Everything, Signal Arts Centre, Bray. He has also shown extensively in group shows in the UK and Ireland Dates: Times:

18th Aug - 13th Oct Mon – Sat, 10am – 6pm

Plastic Arts is made possible with support from Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF)



26 OCT -15 DEC

Catherine Barron, Venetian Blind (Open Show 2011)

The Open Show features an average of thirty artists – both well established and emerging - exhibiting a cross section of mediums including painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, new media and installation. Artists are now invited to submit up to three pieces of work to be considered by a professional curatorial panel for exhibition in the Open Show. One of the busiest shows of the year, the annual Open Show is a fantastic opportunity to have your work seen by curators and exhibit in one of the finest gallery spaces in the country. How to Apply: Online: By Post:

Visit and apply online using our easy form. Download a form from OR call 01 451 5860 to ask for a form to be posted to you. Complete and return to: RUA RED, South Dublin Arts Centre, Civic Square, Tallaght, D24

Closing Date is 5pm on Friday 27th July 2012 Artists will be informed if their application was successful by Friday 10th August 2012.



ART TROLLEY SESSIONS We like to help you get the most out of our exhibitions and what better way than to become the artist yourself! The one hour Art Trolley sessions involve hands-on, take home activities and is led by artist Jane Fogarty. This season you will explore the large black and white photographic prints of our Gallery One exhibition A Very Normal Place by Northern Ireland photographer Adam Patterson. The exhibition features over 30 photographs of Adam’s time in West Tallaght so you can have fun spotting local scenes and people! The art trolley sessions are suitable for children aged 3 to 8 years accompanied by a parent / guardian. 2 children maximum per adult.

Dates: Times: Price::

June 30th / July 7th, 14th July 21st, 28th / Aug 4th 10.30am - 11.30am â‚Ź3.50 per child

The Art Trolley is extremely popular and places go fast! For booking information see page 23



In the back of a small car, in a small aquarium, resides a small chameleon (Johnny Depp). The only living creature in his ‘environment,’ Rango has fancied himself as an actor, with several inanimate object as his friends and fellow thespians. In his self-contained world, Rango’s ‘friends’ tell him that even though he fancies himself a hero, he needs a challenge. Rango is always on the lookout for action and adventure, except the fake kind, where he directs it and acts in it. After a car accident, he winds up in an old western town called Dirt. What this town needs the most is water, but they also need a hero and a sheriff. The thirsty Rango instantly takes on the role of both and selfishly agrees to take on the case of their missing water. 107 minutes/2011/PG Date: Time: Price:

Saturday 7th July Booking is essential, places go fast! For booking information see page 23 12 noon €3.50 per child (adults go free with child tickets)



FAMILY FILM / ENCHANTED A classic Disney fairytale collides with modern-day New York City in a story about a fairytale princess who is sent to our world. The beautiful princess Giselle is banished by an evil queen from her magical, musical animated land and finds herself in the gritty reality of the streets of modern-day Manhattan. Shocked by this strange new environment that doesn’t operate on a “happily ever after” basis, Giselle is now adrift in a chaotic world badly in need of enchantment. But when Giselle begins to fall in love with a charmingly flawed divorce lawyer who has come to her aid - even though she is already promised to a perfect fairy tale prince back home she has to wonder: Can a storybook view of romance survive in the real world? 107 minutes/2007/PG Booking is essential, places go fast! For booking information see page 23

Date: Time: Price:

Saturday 4th August 12 noon €3.50 per child (adults go free with child tickets)



THE ARTIST Outside a movie premiere, enthusiastic fan Peppy Miller literally bumps into the swashbuckling hero of the silent film, George Valentin. The star reacts graciously and Peppy plants a kiss on his cheek as they are surrounded by photographers. The headlines demand: “Who’s That Girl?” and Peppy is inspired to audition for a dancing bit-part at the studio. However as Peppy slowly rises through the industry, the introduction of talking-pictures turns Valentin’s world upside-down. Silent movie star George Valentin bemoans the coming era of talking pictures and fades into oblivion and self-destruction, but finds sparks with Peppy Miller, a young dancer lighting up talkies like no one else.

100 minutes/2011 Date: Time: Price:

Booking is essential, places go fast! Tuesday 26th June For booking information see page 23 11am €4 per child (includes tea / coffee and biscuits)






An unorthodox Irish policeman with a confrontational personality is teamed up with an uptight FBI agent to investigate an international drug-smuggling ring. Sergeant Gerry Boyle is a small-town Irish cop with a confrontational personality, a subversive sense of humor, a dying mother, a fondness for prostitutes, and absolutely no interest whatsoever in the international cocaine-smuggling ring that has brought straight-laced FBI agent Wendell Everett to his door. Starring Brendan Gleeson, Fionnula Flanagan and Don Cheadle

96minutes/2011/John Michael McDonagh Booking is essential, places go fast! For booking information see page 23

Date: Time: Price:

Tuesday 24th July 11am â‚Ź4 (includes tea / coffee & biscuits)




Colin Clark, an employee of Sir Laurence Olivier’s, documents the tense interaction between Olivier and Marilyn Monroe during production of The Prince and the Showgirl. Young Colin Clark, an eager film student, wants to be involved and he navigates himself a job on the set. When film star Marilyn Monroe arrives for the start of shooting, all of London is excited to see the blonde bombshell, while Olivier is struggling to meet her many demands and acting ineptness, and Colin is intrigued by her. Colin’s intrigue is met when Marilyn invites him into her inner world where she struggles with her fame, her beauty and her desire to be a great actress.

99minutes/2011/Simon Curtis

Booking is essential, places go fast! For booking information see page 23

Date: Time: Price:

Tuesday 28th August 11am €4 (includes tea / coffee & biscuits)


SUPPORTING ABSOLUT FRINGE ARTISTS RUA RED is dedicated to supporting artists, in all artforms, to create new work. This year we are delighted to be offering support to a limited number of companies performing in this year’s Absolut Fringe by providing free, daytime rehearsal space. There are 5 rehearsal spaces in various sizes available. We will do our best to accommodate companies / individuals in a space which is most in line with their requirements. Rehearsal time is available in the daytime only and you may have to be flexible to work around existing bookings, but we will attempt to keeps hours as close to full time as possible. How it Works Please register your interest by applying online at The deadline for registering is 6pm Friday 6th July 2012 We will review all applications internally and contact each company within 2 weeks if we have a suitable space to offer in line with their requirements.



TALLAGHT YOUNG FILMMAKERS Tallaght Young Filmmakers is an award-winning youth-led filmmaking group that meet weekly in RUA RED. They work with professional filmmakers to devise their own scripts and shoot their own films. Master classes with professional filmmakers focus on film critique, scriptwriting, sound, acting, directing, editing and more. See some examples of work and activities undertaken by the Tallaght Young Filmmakers as well as info and opportunity in all art forms on Anyone aged 14 – 18 is welcome to join. For more information, please contact Tori, Youth Arts Coordinator for South Dublin County Council at 0860479535 or by email at The group is supported by the Arts Council, South Dublin County Council, and RUA RED. In 2011, their partnership with South Dublin County Council was acknowledged by the Chambers Ireland Excellence in Local Government Award for Sustaining the Arts Date: Time:

Every Thursday 5pm – 7pm


RESIDENCIES DANCER IN RESIDENCE JESSICA KENNEDY Jessica has just completed a dance film, Motion Sickness, as the first part of her residency at RUA RED. The film is a collaboration with award winning filmmaker John McIlduff and features three dancers, forty dead crows and the acclaimed Tallaght Youth Band. Motion Sickness premiered at the international Dublin Dance Festival in May 2012 at the Irish Film Institute. The second part of the dance residency will comprise of a live dance theatre production to be performed in Tallaght in the autumn. Jessica is interested in collaborating with professionals within the arts (dancers, writers, filmmakers, musicians) and with local groups from the Tallaght area. Jessica Kennedy is Co-Artistic Director of Junk Ensemble, producing multi-award winning shows,

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This initiative has been funded by the Arts Council and South Dublin County Council Image: Jessica Kennedy, ‘Motion Sickness’ Photographer: Luca Truffarelli



Hilary Murray is a freelance curator based at the Irish Museum of Modern Art and has published articles in Circa Arts Magazine, Visual Artists News sheet and edits Hilary is curating ‘Plastic Arts’ as part of this season’s gallery programme, featuring newly commissioned work by Barbara Knezevic, Maghnild Ophold and Seamus McCormack (See page 5). She will also be producing a publication and writing alongside the exhibition. Hilary is a member of the curatorial panel for this year’s RUA RED Open Show.


Image: Barbara Knezevic, More than jus the sum of our parts, 2011

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE MOLLY O’DWYER Interdisciplinary in nature, Molly’s practice employs the use of video, performance, sculpture and installation, focusing in particular on the moving image within the context of contemporary art. Her main concerns revolve around the human condition and our relationship to time and space. During her time as Artist in Residence at RUA RED, Molly is developing a new body of work for a solo show in Gallery 1 in 2013. Molly is also working on an upcoming solo show in Berlin later this year E: W:

Image: Les Concordances Du Temps, 2012, Molly O’ Dwyer & Josee Pedneault


TENANT SPOTLIGHT Interviewed by Heather Byrne


(Rachel had a Diva moment and demanded a can of Coca Cola with a straw or she wouldn’t participate!!) HB: So, after your diva strop let’s start. What are you all about? RS: I’m Rachel Swan, goldsmith. I design and hand make contemporary silver and gold jewellery. HB: What are you working on right now? RS: I’m working on my new collection of silver and 18 carat three dimensional cubes. They’ll be available to purchase from July. HB: How did you get into this line of work? RS: I did a crafts course in the Liberties College. From there I trained as an apprentice with Alan Ardiff and then began working for myself. HB: Did you find it hard coming from an apprenticeship where you’re working for someone else to setting up your own business? RS: Of course. It’s very challenging. You have to do everything yourself, I thought it was easy as making and selling, but there’s alot more involved in running a business! HB: What is a normal day in your studio like? RS: I start off with a bit of admin like checking emails and orders. I then have a cup of tea from the RUA RED café, sit down at my work bench and begin making orders for my retail outlets or design and make new pieces. HB: Where do you get your inspiration from? RS: I’m interested in architecture and sculpture, you can see these influences in my pieces. I try take influence from everything around me

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HB: For those still in college / other employment what advice would you give? RS: Work hard and keep focussed is the best advice I could give. Oh and don’t give up too easily!

20 HB: What’s your favourite piece from your collections? RS: I love all my collections equally, I would never make something I wouldn’t wear myself HB: *It’s true she’s always sporting her own jewellery!* HB: Where can people find your jewellery? RS: My jewellery is available to purchase from my website, Design Yard, Kilkenny Design Centre, Liberties Mayo, Design Works Cork, Nude Jewellery London, Turning Heads Brighton and Victoria Sewart Plymouth. HB: Can I please have that gold and silver cube chain? RS: Of course you can! I accept credit cards. Thanks! HB: *It was worth a try!* For the full interview visit Rachel Swan is a goldsmith based in Dublin. Entering the crafts industry through the traditional route of an apprenticeship, Rachel introduced her own range of contemporary jewellery in 2008. Working predominantly in sterling silver she gives all her pieces a signature satin finish that ensures a beautiful tactile surface. Since creating her first collection in 2008 Rachel has been the winner of two Future Maker Awards from the Crafts Council of Ireland.

Twitter: Telephone: Website: Email:

@RachSwanDesigns 01 452 8189

Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm Saturdays & outside hours by appointment only

Rachels’ studio where all the magic happens!!


TENANT SPOTLIGHT Interviewed by Heather Byrne



HB: Who are you? MCB: I’m a playwright director /producer/actor and artistic director of Garbo Productions Theatre Company. Garbo’s main activities include Theatre production, Theatre-in education plays, drama and theatre based programmes and community projects. I also have ambitions to bring Garbo into the film production arena; we co-produced our first short ‘Ray’ in 2010 with ‘Hoohox Productions’ as part of the Darlklight Film Festival. HB: What are you working on right now? MCB: Actually it’s been our most exciting year to date. I’ve just been accepted onto the artist’s panel of Dublin City Council. I‘ve also just recently reached completion on 3 major projects. I was commissioned to write direct and produce my play ‘Rudy’ by Dublin City Public libraries. This whole process started in 2011 and climaxed recently with a really successful tour of the play in libraries as part of the ‘Graffiti Art or Vandalism?’ for DCPL. I’ve also just launched a book of stories ‘Tales of Kishogue Cross’ which was the climax of an intercultural programme for Lucan East Educate Together School in which I co –authoured with parents from the school. Also our schools drama workshop programme ‘Garbo Code Name Green Warp’ climaxed with a parade of flags by the school students involved in the S.D.C.C chambers to launch Eco week 2012. Now I am looking at funding for new projects for 2013 setting up drama workshops in RUA RED and doing research on ‘No Way Out’ a teen novel which I hope to self-publish via the web. HB: You work with a lot of children, I imagine this can be quite rewarding. MCB: After a performance of Rudy in the ILAC library a women approached me and said a teenager she knew had gone through a terrible time because of peer pressure and that she

22 thought the play was really powerful because it so clearly showed the impact that peer pressure had on teenager’s lives while still giving them hope. This teenager in question had sadly apparently taken their own life. She said she thought the play should be put on in every school in Ireland. This meant so much to me; I want my plays to give a clear voice to people especially those who can’t always speak for themselves. For the full interview visit www/ Garbo Productions Theatre Company was founded in 1999 by writer, actor, director & theatre maker Margaret Callan Bergin. Garbo’s most recent success was the production ‘Rudy’ written and directed by Margaret, this play was commissioned by Dublin City Public libraries as part of their ‘Graffiti Art or Vandalism?’ programme 2012. Garbo also recently launched ‘Tales of kishogue Cross’ an intercultural collaborative book of stories written by Margaret and the parents from Lucan East Educate Together Nth. School.

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GENERAL INFO RUA RED Opening Hours Box office / Reception: 10am – 6pm, Mon – Sat The centre is open until 10pm for private classes and rehearsal. The Box Office opens late for performances and events. Closed on Bank Holiday Mondays and Public Holidays. Accessibility We are committed to being an accessible venue and our public areas are fully accessible for those with limited mobility. Facilities include an elevator, adapted toilets, and auditorium seating. An induction loop is available at reception and in the performance space. Please let us know if you have any specific access requirements and we will do our utmost to accommodate them. How To Get Here By Luas: Take the Red line to the last stop, Tallaght. Turn right off the tram and you will see us! By Bus: Routes with stops nearby are 49, 49A, 50, 54A, 65, 65B, 27, 77A. All these buses leave from Eden Quay in the City Centre. Check for details. Parking: We recommend parking in Tallaght Cross car park by Marks and Spencers for €4 max charge. Alternatively the Square Shopping Centre offer the first two hours free. The Civic Theatre car park may be used free of charge after 7pm on week days and all day Saturday. Maps:

A local map is available on our website or by calling the box office. You can find us on Google Maps by searching for RUA RED, Tallaght and clicking the top listing. Map is available at

How To Book By Phone: Email: In person: Online:

01 451 5860 Pop in to us during our opening hours (selected events are available to book online)

MON - FRI, 9AM - 5.30PM / SAT 9.30AM - 5.30PM


Valid until 31st Aug 2012 One voucher per purchase

Take Out / Sit in Homemade Soup and House Sandwich €5.50

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DOODLEBOX ART CLASSES From Sep - Sat, 5 - 8 yrs, 12.15pm - 1.15pm Sat, 9 - 12 yrs, 1.30pm - 2.30pm 1.30pm

Innovative weekly art classes introducing children to many aspects of making art in both two and three dimensions. Children will explore a wide range of media and have fun experimenting with new projects. For more info contact Sarah on 01 451 5860 or email DOUBLE TAKE ART STUDIO Mon - Fri, 10am - 5pm

Art studio working exclusively with the disabled community. To book contact Ruth at TCA on 01 452 8181 OPEN ART GROUP Thurs, 7pm - 9pm

An art group where you can practice arts at your leisure. €10 per class. To book call TCA on 01 452 8180. SOUTH DUBLIN ARTISTS FORUM Tues 26th June, Wed 26th Sep, Tues 24th Oct and Wed 22nd Nov, 7-9pm

Artists talk about art, make presentations and participate in projects. If you write, paint, act, or work in craft, new media, dance or music, pop down to the next meeting! For more info contact Elizabeth on


BELLYDANCE Tues, 8.30pm - 9.30pm

Adults only, no dance experience required. €10 per class. To book contact Karen 086 196 6791 or


DIZZY FOOTWORK DANCE ACADEMY 4 - 7 years: Wed & Fri, 4pm - 5pm 8 - 17 years: Fri, 5pm - 8pm

Technical Jazz, Hip Hop, Basic Ballet, Tap & Musical Theatre. €100 for 10wk course. To book contact Lisa on 085 145 7238 SCOIL RINCE Tues, 5.30pm - 6.30pm from September

Suitable for age 4yrs+ To book contact Jennifer on 087 663 3601 or email


DRAMA WORKSHOPS Sat, 4-7 yrs, 1.30 pm - 2.30pm Sat, 8 - 12 yrs, 2.30pm - 4pm Sat, 13 - 19 yrs, 4pm - 6pm

Carousel Theatre School drama classes for students aged 5 - 19 yrs. To book contact Jennifer on 086 171 4024, email or visit TALLAGHT YOUTH THEATRE Fri, 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Tallaght Youth Theatre provide a quality experience in drama and theatre while also providing a means of personal and social development. Ages 13 - 18 / €75 for year membership. To book contact Andy on 086 8045716 or email


WEIGHT WATCHERS Fri, 9.30am, 10.45am & 12.30pm

Weekly meetings for weigh-ins, support, tips & exclusive weight watchers products. To book contact Bernadette Hickey on 087 277 8098 or


YOGA Mon, 7pm - 8pm

6 week introduction yoga course for complete beginners and also a refresher course for improvers €70 for 6 weeks / €15 drop-in rate To book contact Jacqueline on 085 737 0512 or email ZUMBA FITNESS Tues, 7pm - 8pm

Party yourself into shape this summer with Zumba Fitness®! Drop-in €10. 4/6/12 class pass – €35/50/100. To book contact Jacqui on 0851581882 or email


PLATFORM 1 1st Wed of month, 7pm - 9pm

An eclectic group of writers that meet monthly. To book contact Eileen Casey on 01 452 4227 or VIRGINIA HOUSE CREATIVE WRITERS Fri, 7.30pm—9.30pm.

An informal gathering where people can enjoy writing and listening to the work of members. €4 per class. To book contact Maria on 086 873 0635 or



This South Dublin County Council initiative offers an affordable recording studio to individuals, organizations and groups. To book contact Gerry on 086 781 1687 or


CÓRUS CHOIR Thurs, 8pm - 9.30pm

Uplifting, therapeutic & fun, CÓRus is a new type of choir open to everyone who loves to sing - no auditions, no need to read music. €100 for 10 week term. Ages 18+ To book contact Yvonne on 086 811 5854, or visit DES CARTY MUSIC SCHOOL ENROLMENTS

31st Aug & 7th Sep, 6pm - 8pm 1st Sep & 8th Sep, 1pm - 3pm 12 week classes on guitar, keyboards, fiddle, voice, banjo, mandolin, bass & tin whistle. All levels beginners to advanced. Ages 6+ To book contact Martin on 01 452 0611, or visit GUITAR LESSONS Mon, 5pm - 7pm

Individual & group guitar lessons taught. To book contact Simon on 087 135 0889 or visit SOUNDS ENSEMBLE Thurs, 7.30pm - 9.30pm

For adults who have never played an instrument or who are returning to play after an interval of many years. To book contact Terry on 01 451 4373 or 087 697 0334 INTRODUCTION TO ABLETON LIVE COURSE Wed, July 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th, 7pm - 9pm

A hands-on course where students learn how to make & perform their own electronic music using “Ableton Live” software Ages 12yrs + / €150 To book contact CreateSound on 087 646 5177, email or visit


TALLAGHT YOUNG FILMMAKERS Thurs, 5pm - 7pm Tallaght Young Filmmakers is an award-winning, youth-led filmmaking group that meets weekly in RUA RED. They work with professional filmmakers to devise their own scripts & shoot their own films. To book contact Tori on 086 0479535 or email TALLAGHT PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Tues, 7.30pm - 9.30pm Talks, practical demonstrations & field trips for photography enthusiasts. To book contact 087 646 5177, or visit


DOODLEBOX STUDIO Mon 13th - Fri 17th August, 10am - 2pm A new and exciting art and design summer camp for children who enjoy drawing, making and all things arty. Children will learn a range of skills, using a variety of materials while exploring and developing their own creativity. Ages 5 - 12 / €95 (discount for siblings) To book contact Sarah-Jayne on 01 451 5860 or email ANIMATION WHIZZ CAMP 9 - 12 yrs / €85 30th July - 3rd Aug, 10am - 2pm 13 - 17 yrs / €75 7th - 10th Aug, 10am - 2pm An innovative technology & art camp featuring computer animation & stop motion animation where you can create your own animated films & cartoons To book contact RUA RED on 01 451 5860, email or visit


DIZZY FOOTWORK DANCE ACADEMY Mon 16th - Fri 20th July, 12pm - 3pm Features zumba, bootcamp, puppet making, drama, arts & crafts, mad hatter tea party, singing & a variety of dance styles. Ends with a Hollywood party. Ages 3 - 20 / €100 (discount for siblings) To book contact Lisa on 0851457238 or email (places limited) GLEE SUMMER CAMPS 9th July – 13th July & 20th – 24th August 10am – 2pm Ages 7 – 18 yrs / €80 for 1 week Glee Club Summer Camp returns with an exciting mix of comedy, singing & dance classes for your aspiring stars. To book contact Therese on 087 759 1991, email or visit www. GLEE JUNIOR SUMMER CAMPS 9th July – 13th July & 20th – 24th August 10am – 2pm Ages 4 – 7 yrs / €80 for 1 week Glee mix in all the fun of our regular camp with arts & crafts, exciting games & lots of fun for the younger ones! To book contact Therese on 087 759 1991, email or visit LETS DANCE TALLAGHT STYLE 2nd - 6th July, 11am - 4pm An exciting week of learning new dance moves & fitness ideas. End the week with a bang with a Flash Mob! Ages 14 – 18 yrs / €10 for week To book contact Sharon on 086 6086743 (places limited)

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