Kinsale Campus is finishing off the year in style with a number of really exciting and worthwhile events taking place.
The much-awaited art exhibition at Kinsale Campus will run Tuesday to Friday from 6th May until the 18th of May 2022. The ‘Ebb & Flow’ exhibition will provide a glimpse into the students’ art produced during the year. This dazzling array of artworks includes sculpture, combined materials, drawings, paintings and ceramics. For an advance preview you are welcome to attend the opening evening on Thursday 5th of May at 6pm.
The drama students will present their eagerly anticipated end of year play, Shakespeare’s, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in Ballinspittle Community Hall on Friday 6th, Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th May. This comedy of lovers with tangled heartstrings tripping over the fairy kingdom in a moonlit forest is packed with enchantment, theatricality and pythonesque surrealism. Featuring a lover’s quarrel to end all lover’s quarrels, Puck’s mischievous bungling and a terrible actor being turned into a lovesick ass, this play is as immortal as a piece of theatre can be.
Venue: Ballinspittle Community Hall
Performances: Friday 6th May, Saturday 7th May @ 7.30pm and Sunday 8th May @ 2.30pm
Tickets: On the Door
Reservations: 086 107 7230
€12. €10 concessions, Family ticket: €25
The Permaculture Course in Kinsale Campus is celebrating 21 years as a global leader in practical sustainability and ecological food production. Come along on 28th May from 9.30am to 5pm for a one-day conference to hear about regenerative agriculture, international eco-community projects with founder Rob Hopkins. As well as food preservation, time banking, citizen science for biodiversity, herbal medicine, agroforestry, mushroom production and much more. More information about all of these events is available on our website www.kinsalecollege.ie
Enrollments are still open for all courses beginning in September. To apply for a course please go to www.kinsalecollege.ie