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  1. Ennis Book Club Festival

    Ennis, Clare

    A festival for book lovers to stimulate and affirm their love of reading, offering an opportunity to meet authors, readers and artists themed around novels and poetry, both old and new. Food for the soul! Read more

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  2. St. Patrick's Festival

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Celebrate four days and nights of culture, music and entertainment in Dublin City this March. Read more

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  3. Cork Folk Festival

    Cork City, Cork

    Cork Folk Festival is an annual gathering of some of the finest folk/traditional musicians from Ireland and beyond. The 4 day event now in its 36th year and is regarded as one of the most important in... Read more

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  4. Cloughtoberfest

    Cloughjordan, Tipperary

    Cloughtoberfest is Ireland's annual festival of gypsy jazz and swing, bringing the spirit of Django Reinhardt to the heart of Ireland. This unique, intimate event features top performers from around the... Read more

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  5. The Nualas - Lock Up Your Husbands

    Lisburn, County Antrim

    In their most dangerous show ever, 'The Nualas' break the mould they made previously with a ... Read more

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  6. Doolin Writers' Weekend

    Doolin, Clare

    Writer's weekend, with an eclectic mix of music, food, poetry, theatre and literature. Workshops, song writing, and poetry and literary competitions. Read more

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  7. Le Cheile Arts & Music Festival

    Oldcastle, Meath

    Le Cheile brings the best of national and international music & arts talent to numerous venues and stages over August bank holiday weekend, with music, sculpture, drama, comedy, art exhibitions, children's... Read more

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  8. Causeway Speciality Market

    Coleraine, County Londonderry

  9. Wireless Mystery Theatre Presents.....Dial M for Murder

    Belfast, County Antrim

    Margot Wendice is an innocent woman; she must be, as criminals don't reside in desirable London ... Read more

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