New Dublin Music Festival Set to Be A Sensation
Kilkenny Arts Festival’s Killer Programme
Kilkenny Arts Festival returns August 8 – 18, boasting a programme packed with a diverse array of theatre, music, literature, exhibitions, talks, dance, spectacle and surprise.
Irish National War Memorial Gardens
TG4 All-Ireland Finals Day
Dublin ticks all the boxes for a city break. Whether you’re interested in history, art or literature, there are options aplenty at its National Museums, National Gallery, and other attractions. Meanwhile, for those looking to go out and explore the capital’s nightlife, the city is bustling with café’s and world-famous pubs, as well as one of the globe’s most famous tourist attractions – Guinness Storehouse. Whatever you choose to visit, DoDublin Bus Tours offer the ultimate Dubliner’s Guide to Dublin, providing the ideal way to view the city.
Iconic cliffs of Moher tower reopens
Cobh Heritage Centre
Cobh, or Queenstown as it was known at the time, has very close connections with the two great liners of the 20th century, The Titanic and The Lusitania - discover the human stories behind these tragic events.
Get Ready to Rock at Dunmore East Bluegrass Festival
The picturesque Co Waterford fishing village of Dunmore is set to play host to the 25th Dunmore East Bluegrass Festival, returning to its shores from Thursday, August 22 to Sunday, August 25.
Hook Lighthouse to Help ‘Save Our Seas’
Hook Lighthouse in Co Wexford – the oldest working lighthouse in the world – is to open this August a brand-new Eco Education Station under the theme ‘SOS - Save OurSeas’.
The Miami Showband Story
A New Musical About the Iconic Irish Group
Great Irish Writers