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Informal Music Afternoon

March 4 @ 1:00 pm - December 2 @ 2:00 pm

Venue: The Model - Sligo

IMAs are held on the first Sunday of each month at 1pm. They present an eclectic mix of music from different genres, in a relaxed, cabaret style in the Model’s atrium, with the café offering tempting refreshments. IMAs are produced by Sligo Baroque Orchestra in partnership with the Model, they are supported by the Arts Council and Sligo County Council. Admission €5, children go free.

Yeats Society Sligo 2018 Programme of Events

March 13 - November 12

Venue: Sligo - Sligo

Programme of events 2018 at the Yeats Society, Hyde Bridge, Sligo. We are pleased to launch our 2018 schedule of events at the Yeats Building. Many highlights include the July Summer School, Yeats Day, LilyLolly Craftfest, Tread Softly and a new August event to celebrate Jack Yeats. We will also mark the centenary of the end of WWI in Nov. Please also look out for readings, films, creative conversations and schools’ programmes. All events and details may be found on…

Do you care for Tea?

May 4 - June 16

Venue: The Courthouse Gallery - Ennistymon, Co. Clare, Ireland

'DO YOU CARE FOR TEA' The Courthouse Gallery & Studios Parliament Street / Ennistymon / Co. Clare opening the 4th May at 7.30pm and showing from the 5th May 2018 to 16th June 2018 'Do You Care For Tea? "The exhibition is inspired by Alice in Wonderland, a tale of confusion and bewilderment which is told with humorous ease throughout the exhibition do you care for tea? The exhibition was created for and linked with the Mad Hatter Festival &…

Future Perfect

May 5 @ 10:00 am - July 1 @ 5:00 pm

Venue: The Model - Sligo

Future Perfect a major touring international group exhibition which features films, photographs, sculptures, objects, painting, and collages by sixteen artists who look at visions of the future and speculations on the course of history. The title of the exhibition refers to the tense of the verb that expresses the completion of an action in the future – so the exhibition asks if the future can already be perceived as a finished past, how can we develop visions, speculate, or move…

Killaloe Chamber Music Festival 2018

May 24 - May 27

Venue: Killaloe -

The 6th annual Killaloe Chamber Music Festival, featuring a mix of eight concerts over a single weekend, will run from Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th of May in the Heritage town of Killaloe, Co. Clare, and opens with the Irish premiere of children’s chamber opera ‘Brundibár’, starring Limerick Children's Choir ‘Cantette’, accompanied by members of the Irish Chamber Orchestra and directed by Limerick-born Marc Atkinson. The Festival will be opened by Czech-born, award-winning author, and Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental. This…

Galway Early Music Festival

May 25 @ 10:00 am - May 27 @ 8:00 pm

Venue: - Galway City

The Annual Festival of Early Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque Music, Dance and Culture, held in venues around Galway City over the weekend of 25-27 May 2018. For more information on events check out the website www.galwayearlymusic.com

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MojoFest Mobile Content Creation Festival Galway 2018

May 29 - May 31

Venue: NUI Galway - Galway

Galway is set to host a major international conference on mobile journalism again this year. Glen Mulcahy, a former RTE reporter and one of the most respected mojo voices in the industry, is bringing the new event to the City of Tribes this year. MojoFest, which will run over three days from May 29 to 31, will include three days of talks and workshops followed by an international MoJo awards ceremony. WHAT IS MOJOFEST? The next evolution in Mobile Journalism Conference.…

Benbulben Carnival

June 2 - June 3

Venue: Stephen Street Car Park - Sligo

The Benbulben Carnival, Sligo town. What a cracking Line-up and tickets are only €10 per night. Get your tickets here in Wine Street Hospice Offices. The Carnival takes place on Sat 2nd and Sun 3rd June in Stephen Street Car Park, Sligo Town. Benbulben Carnival is being run in support of four local charities one of which is North West Hospice. The Carnival will be a weekend of music and dance. It will feature a parade, pub and street parties,…

Yeats Day 2018

June 13 - June 17

Venue: Sligo - Sligo

The annual celebration of the birthday of Ireland’s national poet WB Yeats. The Festival will run between Wednesday June 13th and Sunday June 17th. Poetry, music, talks and a boat trip will mark the great man’s birthday. Events will take place around Sligo and at the Yeats Building. Further information will be posted soon at www.yeatssociety.com

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Gaelforce West

June 23 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Venue: Killary Adventure Centre - Derrynacleigh, Leenane,

You Will Only Regret The Adventures You Didn't Take Gaelforce West has lead the way for adventure racing in Ireland since 2006. Sign-up now for this iconic event covers 66km of trail running, kayaking, cycling and mountain running taking place in the West on June 23. Starting on the most stunning beach in Connemara you will make your way across the Killary Fjord, up Croagh Patrick and finish in Westport. GIVE EVERYTHING YOU HAVE AND THEN GIVE MORE Ireland's iconic…

SeaFest 2018

June 29 - July 1

Venue: Galway Harbour - Galway

SeaFest is Ireland’s national maritime festival and raises awareness of the value and opportunities provided by the sea and also celebrates our proud maritime heritage. SeaFest includes a series of marine-related business and research events, such as the annual Our Ocean Wealth Summit, as well as free family friendly events running over the weekend. Discover all about our oceans, including the creatures that live beneath, how we explore our seas, the ships that transport us and the fascinating tales from…

Sheep2018: Farm to Fork Event

July 7 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Venue: Mellows College - Galway

Sheep 2018: Farm to Fork’ is the major sheep event in Ireland this year and takes place in Teagasc, Mellows Campus, Athenry, Co. Galway on Saturday, 7th July 2018 starting 10.00am and finishing at 6.00pm. Sheep 2018: Farm to Fork, is proudly supported by Irish Country Meats, and is organised by Teagasc, Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Galway County Council, Sheep Ireland, Bord Bia, UCD, and Irish Farmers Journal. Admission is Free. Food Village This year, to tie…

The Greening of Yeats 19-27th July 2018

July 19 - July 27

Venue: Sligo -

In 2018, the Yeats International Summer School will take place in Sligo between 19th - 27th July. Full programme of events can be reviewed here. Directors Professor Matthew Campbell and Dr Lauren Arrington will present an intriguing programme around the theme of The Greening of Yeats with a range of international speakers. The co-directors will follow in the fine Summer School tradition of offering a unique learning experience through the sharing of ideas and opinions, during both the formal and informal events…

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