What's on


Tuesday 21st August, 2012


A symposium takes place in Kinvara in the Burren, beginning tomorrow and featuring some of the leading US and European experts in place-based learning. It will look at the theme of reconnecting people and place. See burrenbeo.com


A film shot on location in County Cork, My Brothers will be screened at the Triskel Christchurch today and tomorrow at 6.45pm. It is a directorial debut from writer Paul Fraser. Tickets €8.10/€7.10 triskelartscentre.ie


Tomorrow, you can trace your family tree at Birr Library from 7-8pm, with genealogist Susan Chadwick. To take part email birrlibrary@offalycoco.ie or phone 057 932 1421


The Outhouse LGBT Community Resource Centre on Capel St is offering a tour and historical talk this afternoon from 3-6pm. The building dates from the 18th century. Admission is free. 01 8734999


A traditional music concert takes place today in the Botanic Gardens, with Mick O’Brien and special guests. It’s very much an informal affair and admission is free. Begins at 3pm. botanicgardens.ie


A guided coastal walk takes place today in Buncrana and along the way you get to hear about Wolfe Tone’s capture, Cahir O’Doherty’s rebellion and ancient burial grounds. Takes place from 2pm-3.30pm (runs for the rest of the week also) and costs €5. Leaves from The Coffee Cup on the Cockhill Road. Tel: 086 0885193