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This festival celebrating the world renowned Connemara pony is built around the long running Connemara Pony Show which takes place on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th August.
It’s a wonderful opportunity to see these wonderfully versatile, tough and beautiful native Irish ponies in action.Read More
A long established and highly regarded festival encompassing theatre and dance, classical, jazz, folk and other music, street theatre, literature, visual art and craft.
The city is entirely taken up with the festival for 10 days each year, with official and fringe events taking place in every available space, inside and outdoors.Read More
The Mountains to Sea Festival honours the surprisingly large number of highly regarded and successful authors who hail from or live in the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown area of Dublin.
Now in it’s second year, the varied programme of readings, tours, performances and lectures has something of interest for anyone who loves good books, good writing and good company.Read More
The origins of the run at its heart of this festival go back to a pub bet in 1979, when a group of drinkers began to speculate on the fastest way to the top of the nearby mountain.
Now hundreds of people complete the gruelling course annually, while the less active enjoy a range of events around the beach at Strandhill.Read More
Dublin Theatre Festival is one of Europe’s premier theatre events and enjoys a wonderful reputation worldwide.
The invariably huge attendances at the festival events are drawn not only from the city’s citizens but the many international visitors who attend annually.Read More
The term ‘fringe’ may suggest this is a relatively small event. It isn’t, running in the weeks prior to the Dublin Theatre Festival it has become one of the largest cultural events in Ireland.
The progamme encompasses theatre, dance, music, visual art streams and street and outdoor events and spectacles.Read More
Having ‘something for everyone’ is a common claim that isn’t always delivered on, but this eclectic festival in Co Donegal delivers in spades.
Events cover theatre, comedy, music, poetry and the visual arts and take place at venues throughout the county, with a particularly strong programme of family and children’s events.Read More