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The Ark, Thursday 14th November - Saturday 16th November

Hatch – A story of transformation and new beginnings! Meet Bláithín. She loves caterpillars, moths and butterflies. Follow her on her adventurous journey with Uncle Rusty to find Pearl, the most extraordinary butterfly with the most colourful wings. Learn all about two little caterpillars and their journey to fly as moths and butterflies.

Full of Fidget Feet's unique blend of music, comedy, theatre, science and aerial dance, Hatch weaves Irish language and Irish dancing into this wonderful story for 4-10 year olds and their families. Children will have an opportunity to meet the performers after the show and explore their world of butterflies and moths. The show was developed with Entomologist Christopher Grinter, California Academy of Sciences. Audiences receive a free fact sheet on growing a butterfly garden to increase their population. Teachers receive a classroom pack with facts and activities linked to these science curriculum units: Working scientifically; Living Things; Environmental Awareness and Care.

Part of Science Week 2019 @ The Ark.


Date:
Thursday 14th November - Saturday 16th November
Time:
Varies
Price:
€12.50
Address:
The Ark, Dublin, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of The Ark, Dublin, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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