Check out the musical powerhouse that is Belfast City
Check out how we dance in Ireland, traditional style
Across four nights around the Halloween break, Hook Lighthouse will celebrate the festival of Samhain, which traditionally...
The Irish Game and Country Fair and Living History Festival is a national celebration of rural pastimes and culture...
The historic twin towns of Killaloe and Ballina commemorate High King Brian Ború each year with a festival of fun events...
Ireland’s national maritime festival, SeaFest, returns to Galway Harbour in July.
This unique market celebrates food culture from around the world.
Ireland's legacy of myth and legend lives on in its storytelling and arts, culture and heritage, and now, it is being...
For the third year running, Hook Lighthouse will host its Harvest Moon celebrations on Culture Night.
Wexford has a rich maritime heritage and culture which will be celebrated this June 23 - 24th at the Wexford Maritime...
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