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The original “high nelly” bicycle used by Michael Collins has been discovered and will along with other high nellys tour Ireland as part of an exhibition.
We are looking to find out which county is the most popular with visitors while on their Ireland vacation. Can you help us? Leave a comment and let us know which county you enjoyed the most. Was it the beauty … Continue reading
An annual celebration of international and local arts and culture, the Kinsale Arts Festival will take this year between the 6th and the 14th July.
2013 marks the 50th anniversary of a very special event in Ireland. From the 26th of June to the 29th in 1963, Ireland was buzzing with excitement thanks to the visit of US President John F Kennedy – just months … Continue reading
The West Cork Chamber Music Festival will take place this year from 28th June – 6th July within the charming waterfront town of Bantry.
Dutch airline Arkefly, a wholly owned subsidiary of travel company TUI Group, which flys to more than 70 destinations worldwide, including favoured holiday sites throughout the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and North and South America, has increased the number … Continue reading
The Cork Midsummer Festival is an annual event that takes place in Cork City and which was last year nominated for an Irish Times Theatre Award for the most original and dynamic spaces in the city.
Taking place in July in Dublin and Cork, the Street Performance World Championship will yet again entice the world’s best street performers to Ireland for the chance to compete for the world champion title!
The Cork International Choral Festival was founded in 1954 and has been held annually over the five days preceding the first Monday in May ever since. It is a celebration of choral music in its many forms as every year … Continue reading
Whilst Clonakilty is best known as the home place of Irish war hero and patriot Michael Collins, another albeit unlikely “war hero” was honored with a special statue while the event that brought him and his crew here was remembered … Continue reading