21st Jan 2011 (Fri) - 13th Dec 2013 (Fri)
The Cáca Milis Cabaret takes place each last Friday of the month at the Wexford Arts Centre. With the audience cosily ensconced at café tables around the recently refurbished historic theatre, the atmosphere is candle lit, intimate and impromptu. Billing itself as "post-modern vaudeville", its modus operandi emulates the traditional Music Hall format. Helena Mulkerns, Hostess and Coordinator, emcees the evening to the accompaniment of Wexford pianist Cyril Murphy. In between classic cabaret songs, the various performers take to the stage - bringing music, song, poetry, mime, comedy, dance, circus numbers and more to deliver an excellent yet low-budget evening of the arts that blends emerging and established performers. More
14th Aug 2012 (Tue) - 18th Aug 2013 (Sun)
Community run festival celebrating arts, creativity, talent, inspiration and enjoyment. Programme includes visual arts, theatre, dance, music and craft workshops for adults and children. More
1st Jan 2013 (Tue) - 30th Jun 2013 (Sun)
From January till June 2013 Ireland will take over the Presidency in the EU. The Presidency will aim to tackle the economic crises in Europe but also the topic of Multiculturalism and Integration will be high on the agenda. CFCP takes a look at the views of migrant artists, both those who have migrated to and emigrated from Ireland in recent times and asks them how it changed their perspectives and how it has shaped their art. We have selected 12 artists to present their works within the series. Every month from January till June two artist will take over our space for one week and present their works as exhibitions, concerts, performances, screenings, mime show and installations. More
1st Jan 2013 (Tue) - 31st Dec 2013 (Tue)
11th Feb 2013 (Mon) - 1st Dec 2013 (Sun)
St Ann's Church is situate in the heart of Dublin on Dawson Street. It holds free lunchtime recitals following Daily Eucharist. More
10th Mar 2013 (Sun) - 1st Dec 2013 (Sun)
Degani at St Ann's
St Ann's Church is very pleased to welcome the Degani Ensemble to St Ann's. St Ann's Church has developed a reputation as an ideal venue for the performance of chamber as well as vocal music. Ruby Ashley - oboe; Alan Smale - violin; John Lynch - viola; Martin Johnson - cello; Charles Marshall - organ continuo More
28th Apr 2013 (Sun) - 31st Dec 2013 (Tue)
A developmental and innovative project designed to enrich the public's awareness of architecture, culture and heritage through a series of concerts in some of Dublin's finest Georgian town houses in Mountjoy Square. More
5th May 2013 (Sun) - 29th Sep 2013 (Sun)
The 49-bell Carillon of St Colman's Cathedral in Cobh is the only such instrument in the Republic and the largest in Ireland and Britain. It also includes Ireland's largest bell, named St Colman (3.6 tons). The carillon is played from a console within the belfry, consisting of a keyboard and a pedalboard. Recitals take place throughout the year but especially on most Sunday afternoons from 4.30 to 5.30 from May to September and are usually presented by the Cathedral Carillonneur, Adrian Gebruers, with occasional guest recitals by visiting performers from at home and abroad. More
24th May 2013 (Fri) - 11th Aug 2013 (Sun)
WANT TO BE IN THE MOVIES!?
WANT TO STAR IN A SHORT FILM?
WANT TO LEARN HOW IT'S DONE?
WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN THE FILM BUSINESS?
OR JUST DEVELOP YOUR APPRECIATION OF ALL THINGS CINEMATIC?
If so, the Gap Arts Festival Film Making Project is for you.
Information Meeting @ Ballythomas National School Friday May 24th @ 8pm.
A film making project for adults facilitated by local film maker Terence White.
No experience necessary. But places are strictly limited. More
1st Jun 2013 (Sat) - 22nd Jun 2013 (Sat)
Fidget Feet, Donegal County Council & An Grianán Theatre are delighted to present the 4th edition of the Irish Aerial Dance Fest, taking place in Letterkenny, Co. Donegal from Saturday 1st - Saturday 22nd of June, 2013.
The IADF is back with two weeks of workshops, labs, weekend courses, masterclasses and performances for lovers of aerial dance of all skill levels, from beginners right the way through to professionals.
From small beginnings the IADF has grown each year with 2013 being no different. Over the course of the festival's two weeks we will be offering 4 performance nights, 49 daily
classes and 13 weekend classes with a far greater selection of disciplines than ever before. More
11th Jun 2013 (Tue) - 22nd Aug 2013 (Thu)
The Steeple Sessions is a series of candle-lit acoustic concerts held twice weekly during the Summer months at The Unitarian Church on St. Stephen's Green in the heart of Dublin City. The series presents traditional Irish music in its purest form performed by World class Irish musicians in solo, duet, trio and group collaborations in the intimate setting of a beautiful candle-lit church.
A series of Master Classes run on concerts days giving students the opportunity to learn both technical and practical aspects of performance from their musical heros. Classes are also open to interested non-musicians.
Concerts are child friendly and alcohol free and part of box office revenue goes directly to the Organ restoration fund. More
18th Jun 2013 (Tue) - 23rd Jun 2013 (Sun)
The Celtic Fringe Festival being held in Grange, Co. Sligo, is a lively mix of music, drama, heritage, dance, gourmet foods & maritime events.
It features artists from the coastal and celtic regions of Spain, England, Holland & Scotland whose traditions are linked by the voyage of the Spanish Armada.
This year's festival, which takes place between June 18-23 2013, will recount many of the events which took place, as well as celebrate the many diverse cultural links that exist between Spain and Ireland. From lectures to workshops, theatre to musical events galore, and much more besides, we extend a warm welcome to one and all.
www.celticfringefest.com for more details. More
20th Jun 2013 (Thu) - 28th Jun 2013 (Fri)
Solstice Festival 2013 will run from Thursday 20th-Friday 28th June, celebrating the Summer Solstice through a variety of cultural events!
The local community and tourists from near and far will enjoy this special Festival celebrating the longest day of the year. There will be something for everyone over the weekend with family workshops, children's activities and performances!
The Festival will take place in a number of venues throughout Navan including Solstice Arts Centre, The Central, Earl's Kitchen and Tara Church. More
21st Jun 2013 (Fri) - 22nd Jun 2013 (Sat)
The inaugural Taiwanese Film Festival runs for two days, Friday June 21 and Saturday June 22, and includes airing of documentary films, The Other Side (2012) (pictured) on Friday, and Formosa Homicide Chronicle I (2000) and Formosa Homicide Chronicle III (2009) on Saturday. On both days, these films are followed by discussions with internationally known film director Tsung-lung Tsai. Cape 7, a feature film directed by Te-Sheng Wei is shown on both days. All films have English subtitles. More
21st Jun 2013 (Fri) - 30th Jun 2013 (Sun)
Cork Midsummer Festival is one of Ireland's leading international summer arts festivals. For the last sixteen years it has transformed the city of Cork for two weeks every June with a programme of local, national and international arts including theatre dance, music, opera, visual arts and street arts, as well as ambitious participatory projects and an extensive programme of free events. More
21st Jun 2013 (Fri) - 21st Jul 2013 (Sun)
The Earagail Arts Festival 2013 - 21st June to 21st July More
23rd Jun 2013 (Sun) - 23rd Jun 2013 (Sun)
Street Feast is a day of local lunches across Ireland on 23rd June, hosted by you and your neighbours. They can be anywhere really — out on the street, in a local park or in your front garden. More
24th Jun 2013 (Mon) - 5th Jul 2013 (Fri)
Blas International Summer School of Irish Traditional Music and Dance hosted annually by the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance and set on the magnificent campus at the University of Limerick, Ireland.
In its 17th year, Blas 2013 will run from June 24th through July 5th. Apart from tuition and master classes taught by experts in Irish music and dance, a whole range of other activities including lectures on Irish Traditional music topics, field-trips, sessions, lunchtime and evening concerts, & céilís are held throughout the 2 weeks. More
25th Jun 2013 (Tue) - 30th Jun 2013 (Sun)
The 9th annual Carrick-on-Shannon Water Music Festival offers over 18 events in a fantastic mix of classical, jazz, trad and contemporary music along with recitals, dance, drama and family activities.
Marquee events include Dublin City Jazz Orchestra, Vladimir Jablovkov's Classical Twist, and Finbar Furey & Friends.
Supported by RTÉ Lyric fm, The Arts Council, Fáilte Ireland, Waterways Ireland, and Leitrim County Council. More
25th Jun 2013 (Tue) - 30th Jun 2013 (Sun)
Annual 5 day Music & Cultural festival in Ireland's loveliest riverside town incorporating music of all genres - Classical, Jazz, Folk, Indie, Trad, Workshops, Drama, Literature, Children's Activities, Street Fairs & Markets More