Wednesday Day Out: Science Gallery | Thursday Film Club: ‘Brooklyn’ | Friday Night Out: The River Bar | Saturday Summer Club: Chocolate Salami! | Sunday Day Trip: Greystones to Bray walk
Wednesday, 29th June
Visit to the Science Gallery
Meet at 2pm at the reception at 5 Talbot Street.
A new, free and very interesting exhibition is being held at the Science Gallery: “Seeing – What are you looking at?”. The exhibition is about questioning how eyes, brains and robots see.
It’ll be also an occasion to wander around and explore Trinity College as the Science Gallery is located within its walls. Time permitting, after the visit, we’ll have enough time to lie on one of its beautiful field of grass!
Thursday, 30th June
Film showing: ‘Brooklyn’
3pm at 45, Parnell Square West
This Wednesday, Central School of English turns into a small cinema club and projects the Irish, recently acclaimed, film ‘Brooklyn’ directed by John Crowley and starring Saoirse Ronan, Emory Cohen and Domhnall Gleeson.
This is the story of an Irish immigrant who lands in 1950s Brooklyn, where she falls into a romance with a local. When her past catches up with her, however, she must choose between two countries and the lives that exist within.
Don’t miss it!
English subtitles and popcorn provided.
Friday, 1st July
Pub night: The River Bar
Price: Free in, buy your own drinks
Location: O’Connell Bridge House, 1 Burgh Quay, Dublin
Meet there at 9pm or at the school reception at 8:50pm.
Ready for a Latin dance or simply for a pint in good company? If your answer is yes, then join us at the River Bar this coming Friday. For those of you who are passionate about salsa dance, the good news is that you can join for free a salsa class from 7:30 to 9:30pm at the River Bar!
Shall we dance?
Saturday 2nd July
Au Pair & Summer Social Club: Chocolate Salami making
1pm to 3pm – At 45, Parnell Square West.
Price: Free and open to all au pairs and students!
This Saturday you are all invited to join Melissa to learn how to make a very particular kind of salami… a chocolate salami! Chocolate salami is a dessert which has its origin in the Italian and Portuguese culinary tradition. Take note that Chocolate salami is not a meat product. The name “salami”, in fact, stems from the physical resemblance between this dessert and the popular meat.
If you are curious about how to make this delicious dessert – and yearning to taste it – don’t miss the ‘Chocolate Salami making’ activity this coming Saturday!
Sunday 3rd July
Day Trip: Greystone to Bray walk
Departure: 11:02 from Tara Street Station. DART to Greystones train station
Meet at 10:30am outside the school at 5, Talbot street.
DART tickets: €10.80 return
Please note: Let us know if you are joining us by telling us at the school reception or by sending us an email! There is no need to pay in advance.
We will meet outside the school at 10:30am. For those of you who want to join directly at the DART STATION we’ll meet you outside at 10:50. We will take the DART in thye direction of ‘Greystones train station’ and we’ll get off in ‘Greystones’. Our long walk will start from there till Bray! The walk will take about an hour or so, so wear comfortable shoes! Once we reach Bray we will spend some time there and, for those who fancy it, we can have a filling lunch together!