27 Nov 2019

Fingal adopts budget of €269m for 2020

Fingal County Council has adopted a budget of €269m for 2020 to provide services and investment designed to improve the county as a place in which to live, work and invest

15 Dec 2019

Slow Session at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Our Slow Sessions are aimed towards adult musicians who are learning an instrument and are at a stage where they wish to take part in a relaxed informal traditional music session.

08 Dec 2019
Christmas market

Christmas Craft and Food Fair

Join us for our annual Christmas Craft and Food Fair.

Enjoy the festive atmosphere with a glass of mulled wine while browsing a large selection of high quality crafts and artisan foods. We will have pottery, stained glass, handmade soaps and creams, knitted products, fabric toys, prints, felted products, candles, farmhouse cheeses, jams & chutneys, chocolates and much much more.

05 Dec 2019

Screening of Papi Chulo

Sometimes a Stranger Makes the Best Friend

Sean, a successful weatherman, has an on-air meltdown and is forced to take time off to rest. Struggling to fill his days, he embarks on some disastrous DIY in an attempt to put things behind him. This ultimately requires him to hire Ernesto, a middle-aged Latino migrant worker to paint the deck of his house and an unlikely friendship develops.

02 Dec 2019

Exhibition by Susan Cairns at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.