Tag Archives: Irish arts festivals
The Kilkenny Arts Festival – Ireland’s oldest multidisciplinary arts festivals returns between the 7th and 16th August 2015. Continue reading
Considered one of Ireland’s best music festivals, Oxegen is back this year after a short break with a first class line up of the world’s top music acts including Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Chase & Status, Example, Alesso, Snoop Dogg, … Continue reading
The Spraoi International Arts Festival will be taking place from 2nd – 4th August in Waterford City and yet again the streets of the city will come alive with arts, entertainment, music and performances for the whole family!
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.
Taking place from the 15th – 28th July, is Ireland’s largest international arts festival – the Galway Arts Festival. Showcasing a diverse selection of international artists alongside the best of Irish talent, during the festival guests and visitors on Ireland … 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.
From 13th – 18th November, over 140 authors will take part in this year’s Dublin Book Festival, which will happen in and around Smock Alley Theatre, Temple Bar. A celebration of Irish writing and publishing, the crammed programme of events … Continue reading
This forthcoming bank holiday weekend there is so much to do up and down the country that wherever you may be on your Ireland vacation you are sure to find some festival or Halloween themed entertainment to enjoy.
The Corona Cork Film Festival was first established in 1956 and is one of Ireland’s premier cultural events. Year-on-year the festival has seen continued growth and success, attracting more and more interest from locals and visitors. This festival is well … Continue reading