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Mar 14 2014 - Mar 16 2014
Explore the highlands and islands of beautiful Connemara, led by renowned archaeologist Michael Gibbons who offers a unique insight into the cultural and historic heritage of the area. Suitable for...
Apr 08 2014 - Apr 13 2014
Ireland's premier writer's festival which has hosted writers, poets, playwrights, songwriters, workshops, discussions, debates and lectures in all aspects of the written word.
Apr 17 2014 - Apr 21 2014
A celebration of Galway as a good food destination with an extensive and eclectic programme of food trails, talks, demonstrations, tastings, open air markets and family friendly events.
Apr 19 2014
On Easter Saturday, take part in Cleasathon Inis Oírr's annual 10K adventure, 10K road or 5K road runs over the boulder strewn, rocky tracks and grassy, sandy trails of the spectacular Aran Island -...
May 02 2014 - May 04 2014
A celebration of Killary mussels with mussel cooking demonstrations and competitions, music, fun, children's activities, drama, heritage walks, a country market and lots of craic!
A festival of traditional singing, music and dance commemorating the legendary sean nós singer Joe Heaney, a native of Carna who died in Seattle in 1984.
Set in the stunningly scenic & historic backdrop of Inishbofin, this arts festival is a colourful, eclectic mix of music, visual art, craft, heritage, dance, creative workshops and many fun family...
Walking festival designed to suit all levels of walkers with a choice of at least three walks of different grades each day, and a guided cycle on both Saturday and Sunday.
May 08 2014 - May 11 2014
Presenting an imaginative programme of music and dance, this festival features performances of Greek, Roman, Scandinavian and Irish music from prehistory to the renaissance informed by archaeology &...
May 10 2014
A 31K sprint course with three disciplines: trail/mountain running, kayaking and cycling. Open to racers of all levels with a free after-party!
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