This week’s Wellbeing & Entertainment Listings provide us with a great mix of gigs, talks, poetry readings and interactive workshops for the whole family to enjoy. Traditionally, Bealtaine on 1 May is an ancient festival that marks the start of summer in Ireland. Join Keeper of the Irish Folklife Division, Clodagh Doyle, and Museum educator Brendan McDonnell, to find out more about Irish May traditions over at the National Museum of Ireland on Saturday afternoon. From 1930 to 2016, the Censorship of Publications Board in Ireland banned over 12,000 publications, from pulp fiction to celebrity memoirs. Join the National Archives on Tuesday evening for a truly fascinating talk entitled ‘Habitually, rankly immoral: state censorship in Ireland after 1930’. The lecture will be given by Dr Aoife Bhreatnach. Thursday, is Poetry Day with an array of events taking place to celebrate the day. One of the highlights will be over at the National Library of Ireland where you can Join poet Nessa O’Mahony on Poetry Day who will be exploring the themes from this year’s One Dublin One Book choice, Leonard and Hungry Paul. Finally, don’t forget to tune into the excellent Hot Press Y&E Series each evening to hear some of Ireland’s finest acts.