Incredible art history lies in wait at the Rock of Cashel, where 800-year-old frescoes battle the passage of time
Northern Ireland shows off its cultural side with a contemporary art scene that's hitting the headlines
A feast of music and dance in one of Ireland's most famous villages, including an open-air céilí with the fabulous Kilfenora...
The Mill Theatre opened in may 2006 and it is Dublin's newest theatre. It is located opposite the cinema at the Dundrum...
The theatre programmes a range of quality of arts and entertainment.
Impact Theatre Company produces physical productions of new and classical works with a commitment to touring and the...
A 'mighty' weekend of set dancing and live traditional music with workshops and pub sessions plus a ceili with a top...
Situated on Francis Street in the heart of Dublin's southern city centre, the Tivoli Theatre is one of Dublin's premier...
A nine screen multiplex, located in the heart of the very exciting Bridgewater Shopping Centre, North Quay, Arklow,...
Since its inception the centre has developed as a venue for the arts, providing courses in ceramics, painting, woodcarving,...
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