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Children in Hospital Ireland

  • Two Suitcases Project: Free Mid-Term Film Week for Teenagers Living with Chronic Illness

    30th July, 2012

    Helium has been awarded an Arts Council Young Ensembles Scheme grant to hold a film week during the mid-term…

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  • Creative Voices: film, drama and writing workshops for teenagers living with chronic illness

    15th May, 2012

    Are you interested in filmmaking or acting? Would you like to tell stories in a unique and imaginative…

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  • Scales & Tales

    6th September, 2011

    In the paediatric ward of Cork University Hospital, artist Fiona Dowling is telling a story about a greedy pig…

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  • “Theatre Games” with Emma Meehan

    25th June, 2011

    From July 6th Emma Meehan will begin a five-week residency at a children’s hospital in Dublin, providing interactive theatre…

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  • Helium at Children in Hospital Ireland’s Conference

    2nd July, 2010

    Helium was delighted to be involved in Children in Hospital Ireland’s Conference last week. This event showcased…

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