As part of the Bram Stoker Festival, a unique light and sound show will bring the magic of the Northern Lights to Dublin. The Irish premiere of BOREALIS, an artwork by internationally renowned Swiss artist Dan Acher, which creates a mesmerising illusion of the Northern Lights, has been announced for the Bram Stoker Festival (28 –31 October). The free event will...
Northern Ireland’s ascent as a must-visit tourism destination   A push towards green tourism and an unprecedented wave of international investment is reinvigorating Northern Ireland’s tourism industry. In the last few years, a number of major investments in Northern Ireland’s hotel stock has added more luxury options for visitors to this small region. In a story worthy of a Hollywood movie, Mick Boyle,...
It's a bit of a traditional place, is Galway. Hand-built stone walls border the low lying fields throughout the western county, quality Irish music bellows from the many lively pubs in the city centre and beyond, while the Irish speaking Gaeltacht takes you west towards the bold Atlantic Ocean. So amidst all the tradition, is there a place for a...
Two days of festivities will see out the old year and ring in the new, as Dublin puts on a spectacular New Year’s Festival. Live music from top musicians, street entertainment, electrifying visual displays and an exciting Festival Village are just some of the ingredients that will make up Dublin’s dazzling two-day New Year’s Festival. On New Year’s Eve a host of...
Europe’s biggest Halloween festival is concocting a fabulous programme of folklore, frights, fun and feasting this autumn. The beautiful walled city of Derry~Londonderry will once again unleash the ancient Celtic spirits of Samhain as it celebrates Halloween from 28 – 31 October 2022. Now established as the biggest Halloween festival in Europe and voted the world's best Halloween destination in a...
Dungarvan is Seisiún ready as TuneFest 2024 Festival Beckons Head to Dungarvan from 21st-23rd June for concerts, including headline gigs with Cherish the Ladies, Talisk and Danú, music workshops, dancing, pub sessions, youth buskers, cd launches, and free outdoor gig rig performances. TuneFest Dungarvan, Ireland’s most exciting emerging traditional Irish music festival, will take place in the scenic harbour town of Dungarvan...
Belfast has been ranked eighth in the world in the 2022 Global Destinations Sustainability Index. Belfast’s vision to transition to an inclusive, zero-emissions, climate-resilient economy within a generation has been rewarded with an eighth-place ranking in the annual Global Destinations Sustainability Index. The index assesses destination performance across 73 criteria over four key areas: environmental strategy and infrastructure, social sustainability, industry...
A special photographic exhibition has been launched to mark the 10th birthday of Titanic Belfast. ‘The People Who Built Titanic Belfast’ includes 123 photographs and illustrations telling the story of the iconic building from its inception and design to the structure being fitted and built.On display at the Andrews Gallery at Titanic Belfast, the free exhibition includes pictures of the people...
‘Jurassic Newpark’ will feature an interactive walk-through experience with life-sized (robotic) dinosaurs that move and roar. Breaking!  A real-life Jurassic Park is coming to Kilkenny!  Dinosaurs will once again roam the land as the creative team at the 4-star Newpark Hotel, which is located on 25 acres of parkland and known as one of Ireland’s top family break destinations, is...
The New Year means that a fresh and fabulous new programme of festivals and events gets underway right across the island of Ireland. With something big going on in any month of the year, Ireland is renowned for the good times that can be had at its festivals. So why not jump into the 2023 programme straight away with Out to...

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