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Mad Pride Ireland’s Free Family Fun Day In Skibbereen Town Park On Sunday 26th July

It’s that time again! Mad Pride Ireland’s Free Family Fun Day takes place in the Skibbereen Town Park on Sunday 26th July from 1pm to 5pm. We’re delighted to be travelling down to West Cork to host another Mad Pride Family Fun Day in Skibbereen. After a wonderful day last year at the Skibbereen Arts Festival we’re thrilled to be invited back. Once again we’ll be bringing with us a host of musicians, circus performers, puppeteers, arts and crafts facilitators, balloon modellers, face painters and our artisan food producers. So if you want a fun day out why not come down to the park and get involved in all the […]

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Free Family Fun Day On Sunday 24th May From 1pm – 5pm

Mad Pride Ireland’s annual Free Family Fun Day takes place in Cork’s Fitzgerald Park on Sunday 24th May from 1pm to 5pm. The focus of Mad Pride Family Fun Days is to engage the community through fun and laughter and thereby break down stigma and increase awareness and understanding of the normality of madness. Visitors at this fully free event will be entertained by musical acts including John Spillane, Karma Parking and gypsy swing band Pinky Trolley as well as circus, puppet and craft workshops, clowns, stiltwalkers, puppet walkabouts, face painters and delicious food from our artisan food markets. Since the first event in Cork, in 2008 over 80,000 people […]

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Mad Pride Family Fun Day In Skibbereen On Sunday 27th July

Mad Pride Ireland today announced that its Free Family Fun Day will take place in Skibbereen Town Park on Sunday July 27th from 1pm to 5pm. The fully free day will be the second time the event has been held in the West Cork town and the first as part of the popular Arts Festival. As well as the regular performances and workshops Mad Pride Ireland are also delighted to welcome the HSE’s Cúmasu Bus to the event; the project is led by the HSE South’s West Cork Mental Health Services in partnership with the National Learning Network, RehabCare, West Cork Development Partnership and service user groups. The focus of […]

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Free Family Fun Day Is The First Mad Event In The New Fitzgerald’s Park

Mad Pride Ireland today launched its annual Free Family Fun Day which will take place in Cork’s Fitzgerald Park on Sunday June 1st from 1pm to 5pm. The fully free day will be the first major event to be held in the redesigned Park, set to be officially launched on Friday May 16th. As well as the regular performances and workshops Mad Pride Ireland are also delighted to welcome the HSE’s Cúmasu Bus to the event; the project is led by the HSE South’s West Cork Mental Health Services in partnership with the National Learning Network, RehabCare, West Cork Development Partnership and service user groups. This year’s event sees an […]

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Mad Pride Ireland Family Fun Day Is On Sunday 1st June @ Fitzgeralds Park, Cork

Mad Pride Ireland will be hosting their annual Family Fun Day on Sunday 1st June from 1pm -5pm at the newly refurbished Fitzgeralds Park and will be heading down to West Cork later in the Summer. As you all know by now the focus of Mad Pride Family Fun Days is to engage the community through fun and laughter and thereby break down stigma and increase awareness and understanding of the normality of madness. Visitors at these fully free events will be entertained by musical acts, street performers, workshops, clowns and food stalls. Since the first event in Cork, in 2008 over 70,000 people have enjoyed the free Fun Days […]

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