February 1st in Ireland marks Lá Fhéile Bríde or St. Brigid’s Day. Saint Brigid is one of Ireland's patron saints. Her feast day, which was originally a pagan festival called Imbolc, marks the beginning of spring. Celebrate the arrival of longer evenings, milder weather (fingers crossed!) and a new season at one of the...
January 6th, the Feast of the Epiphany, celebrates the end of the Christmas festive season. And in Ireland it uniquely is also known as Women’s Christmas, a day dedicated to Irish women everywhere. There are lots of different events taking place all over the country to mark Nollaig na mBan. We have listed a few...
Already famed for its beautiful natural environment, a lovely festival is about to take place to celebrate the built environment of the West of Ireland. Architecture at the Edge 2018 aims to inspire new ways of thinking about architecture. Showcasing some of the West of Ireland's most outstanding architectural features, this weekend-long festival offers an...
It's the most Spooktacular time of the year. Special Halloween events are happening all around the country. Between Zombie walks and pumpkin trains, ghostly jails and bonfire tales, we have information on the best things to do around Ireland this Halloween. The best Halloween Events in Ireland We will update this information and add events...
  There has always been a strong cultural heritage in the west of Ireland. And this year Culture Night is being taken to new heights across Connaught. Here is just a sample of a few of our favourites below to give you a small flavour of what’s on.      Sligo   [caption id="attachment_2319" align="alignnone"...