A Festive Evening with Sing Ireland

This Christmas, we are delighted to partner with Sing Ireland and its member choirs for a fun-filled festive experience. Across select Sundays in December, come and visit the museum and enjoy pop-up performances from the singers as you take in all that our museum has to offer.

Sing Ireland represents choirs of all genres and backgrounds from all over Ireland. During this Christmas season, we will play host to these singers, showcasing the range of groups and the joy of group singing.


Sunday December 3rd (6pm – 9pm)
Sunday December 10th (6pm – 9pm)

Last entry – 8pm

Tickets (includes self-guided tour of museum)

Adult: €25
Senior: €22
Teenager: €16.50
Child: €13
Infant: Free

Sing Ireland is the national body for the support, development, and promotion of all forms of group singing. In leading, enabling, and connecting communities of singers in Ireland, Sing Ireland is on a mission to enhance lives through singing and build stronger voices throughout Irish communities.

Christmas is synonymous with choirs and group singing and we are delighted to work with Sing Ireland to showcase the range of talent and to share the Christmas spirit throughout the museum.


Sunday December 3rd – Rejoice Gospel Choir

Formed in 2018, the Rejoice Gospel Choir perform in authentic gospel style, drawing on the rich roots of gospel music and its relationship with other genres such as soul, funk, blues and jazz.

They will be performing throughout the museum from 6pm at EPIC on Sunday, December 3rd.


Sunday December 10th – Skerries Sea Sharps Choir

Group choir woman singing to a group in a church in front of a stone wall with red hanging drapes, dressed in black

The Skerries Sea Sharps choir was founded in 2010 by five local women in Skerries, the bustling fishing village located in North County Dublin.

In 2013 the choir had the great honour of singing for Uachtarán na hÉireann, Michael D Higgins at the opening of a special memorial in Skerries for those lost at sea.

They will be performing throughout the museum from 6pm at EPIC on Sunday, December 10th.

This event is supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media’s “Night Time Economy-After Hours at the Museum Scheme”, helping to create a more diverse Night-Time Economy sector for both local communities and visitors alike. Speaking at the launch of the scheme, Catherine Martin T.D. said:

International Museum day is being marked this week and we celebrate how Museums and Galleries throughout the country are the beating heart of culture in our communities. They are the keepers of our history, reflect our cultural identity and provide a space for creativity which future generations can enjoy.