What's on today and tomorrow




A volunteer fair organised by the Volunteer Centre takes place today in Meeting House Square in Temple Bar. It will include food vendors, entertainment, and more than 40 organisations will be represented. volunteerdublincitysouth.ie


The Nell Galvin traditional music weekend starts tomorrow, in celebration of the fiddle player from Kilrush. There’s a ceili and music sessions in Garrihy’s Bar in Moyasta tomorrow night and free music classes all day tomorrow. nellgalvin.com


The IRFU Sports Medicine Events will host a free lecture this evening on preventing spinal injury, with leading expert Dr Erik Swartz. It starts at 6.30pm in the Royal College of Physicians. irishrugby.ie


The inaugural Kilkenny International Gospel Choir Festival starts today and runs until Sunday. Tomorrow, there’s a gospel tour of Kilkenny from 2-4pm, and a rap workshop from 7.30pm to 9pm. A festival concert takes place on Sunday. kilkennygospelchoirfestival.com


A cookery class is being held at the Belfast Cookery School tonight from 6-9pm with BBC Radio chef Paula McIntyre (above). Dinner and a glass of wine are included. £60, belfastcookeryschool.com


Tonight at the Voiceworks Studio on the North Mall, Foulain present re-workings of some standard material as well as some new compositions. €8, 8.30pm. voiceworksstudio.ie

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