Glitter, yoga, and sofas in the middle of a forest: it can only be Body&Soul.

Last month, the masses descended on Ballinlough Castle in Co Westmeath for a weekend festival celebration of the summer solstice. Along with acts like Jon Hopkins and Bitch Falcon, and Science Gallery Dublin’s very own Jenn Moore as Dreamcycles, this not-just-music festival celebrates wellbeing, food, art, and culture.

CREATE exhibition open at Science Gallery Dublin until 15th July

CREATE: The Art of Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond is a new art exhibition developed by the HRB Mother and Baby Clinical Trial Network, now open to the public in the Deloitte Gallery on the first floor of Science Gallery Dublin.

CREATE spotlights pregnancy and newborn journeys, the people who make them, and the research that impacts them.

Fine dining featuring extinct animals

Sean Talbot, a member of Science Gallery Dublin's Youth Advisory Board, the Young Leos, joined us for last month's De-Extinction Dinner as part of our events series for FAKE — read on to hear about his take on raising (and eating) the dead...