Ireland's first comedy festival returns with the best Irish, British and international stand-up comedians.Estabilished in 1995, the Cat Laughs Comedy Festival remains as one of the most favourite comedy events.
The first big Cultural event of Summer 2017, filled with world festival premieres, award-winning shows, immersive visual arts projects and a whole host of family - friendly and free events. More info.. Full programme..
Date: 07.06.2017 - 13.06.2017
Kilkenny Craft Beer Festival
A celebration of Irish Beer. Kilkenny Craft Beer Festival is focused on growing the Irish Craft Beer Industry, developing the relationship between Micro Breweries and Off-Trade retailers.
With engaging and valuable events for the Industry, Fun and Entertaining events for the Public, #KKCBF17 is growing into the must attend festival for everyone involved in the Craft Beer Industry and Beer Lovers alike.
Date: 05.07.2017 - 08.07.2017
Carlow Garden Festival
Not only for garden lovers.. Outstanding and very interesting programme with some great Uk and Irish personalities. Starting from the picturesque village of Leighlinbridge, will bring you through the amazing places such as Arboretum Garden Centre, Altamont Gardens, Delta Sensory Gardens, Huntington Castle, Rathwood, Meadows, Kilgraney House and Herb Gardens and many more.
Since its foundation in 1974, Kilkenny Arts Festival has gathered many of the world’s finest musicians, performers, writers and artists in Ireland’s medieval city each August. For ten days, the city’s historic churches, castle, courtyards, townhouses and gardens offer a magical setting for unique collaborations and intimate encounters between audiences and artists.
This truly unique festival is a day of fun, music and dance with some of the best Country musicians in Ireland. There’s something for everyone with activities for the kids, state of the art facilities ,dancing, onsite bars and restaurants and entertained by some of the best country musicians in Ireland.
The Graiguenamanagh ‘Town of Books’ Festival, now in its 13th year, was ‘born’ in 2003. From its origins as a small weekend event promoted on an experimental basis for one year, it has now grown into a fully fledged festival that features art, music, food and crafts, and a whole host of fringe activities. Books on offer trade from €1 to thousands of euros. It is this mix that makes the ‘Town of Books’ a festival for everyone.
The Iverk show was founded in 1826 and is now Ireland’s oldest and largest one-day Agriculture show, attracting over 20,000 visitors. The show incorporates over 400 trade exhibits, outdoor machinery and commercial stands which create a wonderful atmosphere for both adults and children.