STEAM Week @ dlr Mill Theatre

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dlr Mill Theatre, Monday 27th January - Wednesday 29th January

STEAM Week 2020 – S (science) T (technology) E (engineering) A (arts) M (maths).

A jam-packed programme of events in collaboration Bricks4Kidz and The Exploration Dome. With a programme of Explosive Experiments, Wild Workshops & Daring Dramas, STEAM Week will bring these subjects to life before your eyes! All ages are catered for in this programme designed specifically for the Social, Environmental and Scientific Education curriculum…

Bricks 4 Kidz Workshops
Ticket Prices: €7.50
Date/Times: Weds 29th at 10am & 11.30am.
For more information about Bricks 4 Kids, see their website.

The Exploration Dome
Ticket Prices: €7.50
Date/ Times: Mon 27th & Tues 28th of January at 10am, 11.30am & 1pm in the Main Auditorium.
For more information about The Exploration Dome, see their website.

Dabbledoo Music: Build your Own Instrument Music Workshops
Ticket Prices: €7.50
Date/Times: Mon 27th & Tues 28th Jan at 10am, 11.30am & 1pm in the Main Auditorium.
As part of the Mill Theatre's STEAM Festival, this workshop will give you the opportunity to build a musical instrument, then use it to perform music together as a musical ensemble! Donegal-based instrument builder Ed Devane will guide you through the assembly of a unique musical instrument, capable of making a wide variety of sounds. This will be followed by a music-making session with Killian Redmond from DabbledooMusic. Guided by a range of animated and colour-coded musical scores, Killian will instruct you how to play your instrument as part of a large group. Suitable for ages 6-12. All materials provided and no previous experience required.

Contact dlr Mill Theatre directly to book your class in – +35312969340.


Date:
Monday 27th January - Wednesday 29th January
Time:
10.00am - 1.30pm
Price:
€7.50
Address:
Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 16, Dundrum, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 16, Dundrum, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland

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