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Experience Dingle Peninsula's world renowned scenery, history and culture on foot with Dingle Walking Festival 2015. Includes a choice of walks to suit varying levels of fitness.
A highlight of Irish cultural calendar, this year's programme includes a superb mix of live concerts, set dancing and instrument workshops, lectures, free music sessions, a full education programme and...
A boutique film festival offering unique screening experiences with a high calibre of talent in attendance, along with seminars and workshops.
Animation Dingle is an annual event that comes together to celebrate the best animation features, series and shorts that the Irish and international animation industry has to offer.
Killarney will play host to Ireland's greatest one day multi-sport adventure race this March. Run, cycle and kayak across Ireland's most rugged and breath-taking landscapes.
A fantastic weekend packed full of fashion, friendliness, art and most importantly lacemaking! There is something for everyone with lacemaking and millinery workshops, competitions, fashion show, social...
Dingle is overtaken every year by this carnival of fun, music, books, art, dance, film and theatre - a distillation of the creative energy of the peninsula.
Listowel's commemorative Military Tattoo includes military re-enactors, vintage military vehicles, staged battles with blank ammunition, commemorative military parade and a hangar dance - all making for...
Walking festival taking place over bogland and farmland in North Kerry and West Limerick, which takes in some fantastic views of the Shannon Estuary from Foynes right out to the mouth of the Shannon.
K-Fest features more than 100 artists in 25 pop-up galleries, over 30 bands in bars and venues, spoken word events throughout the weekend and a fantastic film programme.
Half marathon €46 and full marathon €58
From €145 pps
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