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  • Artist Mentoring Programme in Kildare in partnership with Kildare County Council Arts Services, Barretstown and Helium

    24th January, 2012

    Kildare County Council Arts Service invites applications from artists across artforms with an interest in working with children to…

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  • Kids Funky Seomra and Party Fundraiser for Helium

    22nd October, 2011

    On a mild and sunny autumn Sunday morning, the Helium team arrives at St. Paul’s Parish Centre in Glenageary,…

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  • Images and words from Mark Storor’s Workshop

    23rd December, 2010

    Let’s say you have an opportunity (o, joy!) to work with…

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  • Puppet Portal Stage unveiled at Beaumont Hospital

    21st July, 2010

    Here are some photos from the unveiling of the Puppet Portal Stage in Beaumont Hospital recently. The Puppet Portal…

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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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