Art & Culture Festival

Kilkenny Arts Festival

 Kilkenny Co. Kilkenny, Ireland

One of the most well-known Arts Festivals in Ireland, Kilkenny Arts Festival hosts some of the world’s leading artists and performers in a range of art forms. The festival will include classical, jazz and traditional Irish music, theatre, dance, literature, film and much more.

Information here:    www.kilkennyarts.ie

Boyle Arts Festival

 Boyle Co. Roscommon, Ireland

Boyle Arts Festival is highly regarded for its group exhibition of contemporary Irish art, which every year features up to 100 of Ireland’s leading artists and sculptors. Boyle is also renowned for its programme of classical music with concerts by young and established soloists, ensembles and choirs.

Information here:   www.boylearts.com

Dublin Writer Festival

 Dublín Co. Dublín, Ireland

Founded in 1998, Dublin Writers Festival is one of the major events held each year by the Dublin City Council Arts Office. It assembles some of the finest new or well-known writers in the world.

Information here:  https://internationaldublinwritersfestival.com/

Bloomsday

 Dublín Co. Dublín, Ireland

Bloomsday is a festival commemorating and celebrating the life of Irish writer James Joyce during which the events of his novel Ulysses (16 June 1904) are relived. It is a annual event set on 16 June in Dublin and other places of the world such as United States, United Kingdom, Australia and others. Joyce chose the date as it was the date of his first outing with his wife-to-be, Nora Barnacle.

Information here:  www.bloomsdayfestival.ie

Dublin Culture Night

 Dublín Co. Dublín, Ireland

For one night Dublin city’s museums, galleries, churches, historic houses, artists’ studios and cultural centres will be open late into the night to offer you a night of entertainment for free!

Information here:  www.culturenight.ie

The Jameson Dublin Film Festival

 Dublín Co. Dublín, Ireland

The Jameson Dublin International Film Festival celebrates film as an art form and presents over 120 films from all over the world to the Irish audience. The festival takes place in all of the Dublin City Centre Cinemas like The Savoy, Screen, Cineworld,  Irish Film Institute and Light House Cinema in Smithfield. Most of the films shown are Irish premieres, and for some of them, it is the only chance to be screening in Ireland.

Information here:  www.diff.ie/

St. Patricks Day

 Dublín Co. Dublín, Ireland

St. Patrick’s Festival is Ireland’s official celebration for Ireland’s national holiday – St. Patrick’s Day. From March 13th to 17th there will be so much on offer – music, street theater, family carnivals, comedy, street performances, dance, a treasure hunt, night spectacles, culminating on March 17th with the world famous St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Over five days, 4000 performers and 1 million people will be celebrating Ireland. So whether you are Irish or just wish you were, Ireland is the place to be in March to enjoy Ireland’s biggest party.

Information here : www.stpatricksfestival.ie

You can support us by buying us a coffee,
Every little bit will go towards creating new and exciting content for you!

EnglishUkrainian