This week, the expression “curiosity killed the cat” is nothing more than a myth.
How curious are you? I am not talking about being behind the door to know what your neighbor is doing. Here, curiosity means a good option for your week.
From Thursday to Sunday, Dublin hosts The Festival of Curiosity. The event is one of Europe’s most exciting and innovative festivals of science, arts, culture & curious technology, with over 40,000 attendees each year across 14 venues in Dublin City Centre.
The first Festival took place in 2013, as Dublin’s annual festival of science & arts. Designated as the official legacy project of Dublin City being the European Capital of Science in 2012.
This year, the programme brings activities for kids and adults. By day the city will be transformed into a carnival of curiosities with free activities for the family. By night the city will not sleep with a curated programme of science, art, film, play and performance.
Curious? So, check the website of the Festival to discover the full programme of events.