Choral Culture Night Events 2018


    Ennis Gospel Choir Street Sing

    Ennis Gospel Choir sing some of their favourites in an outdoor setting.  From Gospel to chart hits, the choir hopes to lift your spirits and brighten your evening.

    Time: 7pm - 7.45pm

    Address: Merchants Square, linking Parnell St. and The Market


    Voiceworks Studio

    Voiceworks Studio look forward to presenting an evening of performances, presentations and fun interactive singing for all culture nighters! Featured performances from our teen 'Girlband' and adult 'Indie Choir' will be followed by and informative talk on vocal health and tips on how to maintain a healthy voice and finally we look forward to raising the roof with a fun 'big sing' involving all visitor's choirs and staff!

    Time: 7pm - 8.30pm

    Address: No 4 South Terrace

    CSM Open Rehearsal

    The CSM Youth Vocal Ensemble is an award winning choir for 14 - 18 years open to both male and female voices. The choir sings a range of repertoire, including pop arrangements, musical theatre, barbershop and classical pieces. 
    The choir will have open rehearsal where young singers will have the chance to meet like-minded peers, sing great music and have some fun. The rehearsal will take place in room 312 in CIT Cork School of Music on Union Quay from 5:30pm to 6:45pm.

    Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral

    Choral Evensong (6:15 pm) has it's roots in the ancient monaastic offices of Vespers and Compline and is sung in the Cathedral on Fridays at 6:15pm and Sundays at 7:00pm, September to June. The responses are sung by a Cantor and the Cathedral choir (normally adults on Fridays) sing the canticles, Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis, along with an Anthem. Visitors are always welcome to come along an immerse themselves in this historic and peaceful act of worship. The Cathedral welcomes about 30,000 visitors from all over the world each year. Our experienced tour guides will be on hand to unveil the mysteries and wonders of the Cathedral’s unique architecture. From the cannon ball, to the historic Cathedral Organ in a pit, to some of the best stained glass and mosaics in Ireland, to over 1,500 sculptures and carvings, to the intricate chancle ceiling, Saint Fin Barre’s is one of the finest examples of its type in Western Europe.   

    Time: 5.30pm - 10pm

    Address: Bishop Street


    Phone: 021 496 3387

    The Square

    6.30 - 7.00 CrannBeo, An Teanga Bheo - Re-seeding the Irish Language, put your thoughts about the Irish language, seanfhocal or poetry as Gaeilge on the tree.

    7.00 The Art of Yarnbombing (the library).

    7.45 Stories and Heritage of the Square with Tommy Collins.

    8.00 the Community Choir.

    8.15 Handbell Ringing.

    Time: 6.30pm - 9pm

    Address: The Square, Dunmanway, West Cork

    Bealick Mill

    4.30 stained glass demonstration and basket making workshop,

    7.30 tour of the grounds, 8.00 the story of Maire Bui with Joe Creedon,

    8.30 Macroom Community Choir, 8.45 Agallamh Beirte/Lúibini, An interpretation of Caoineadh Airt Uí Laoghaire,

    9.15 Favoutire Irish Songs.

    Time: 4.30pm - 10pm

    Address: Firville, Macroom, Co. Cork

    Bantry Library

    Bantry Library is delighted to host Bantry Community Choir on September 21st for an evening’s music in celebration of Culture Night 2018. Founded in 2013 Bantry Community Choir work in close partnership with West Cork Development Partnership and West Cork Mental Health Services. Members share a belief in the benefits of music and singing to positive mental health and well-being for all. Come along and join in for a night of music from the Beatles to Mozart via traditional music and more - there's something for everyone.

    Time: 8pm - 9pm

    Address: Bridge Street, Bantry, West Cork


    Holy Trinity Church

    Acapellabella Community Choir, founded in 2003, is an all female choir, directed by Caz Jeffreys. Caz is a graduate of University of Limerick, with a first class honours Masters of Arts degree in Community Music. Caz is an inspiring director and is passionate about her role as a community musician. Acapellabella meet every Thursday night in An Sanctóir, Ballydehob from 7.30pm-9.30pm. We sing a wide repertoire of contemporary and world music. New members welcome.

    Time: 7pm - 7.30pm

    Address: Colla Rd., Schull, West Cork


    Phone: 083-1425599

    Cork University Hospital HSE

    Casfaidh Cór an Ospidéil, ‘SCRUBS’ agus cóir Ghaelscoil Riada amhráin Gaeilge cosúil le ‘Mo Ghile Meár’ agus Óró Sé do Bheatha Bhaile’, beidh ceol ón bpianódóir Haley Griffen, amhráin ó Alison Long agus beidh damhsa agus filíocht freisin ar an gclár!

    The Hospital Choir ‘Scrubs’ and pupils from the local Gaelscoil  Riada will sing songs from the Irish repertoire, Haley Griffen will accompany singer Alison Long on piano and there will  be Brush and Set Dancing, trad music and Irish poetry!

    Time: 5pm - 6.30pm

    Address: Cardiac Renal Centre Atrium, Cork University Hospital, Wilton Road


    Walker Plinth, The Walls
    The Astronomic Weather Choir

    Walker’s Plinth, The Walls

    Void presents The Astronomic Weather Choir, a unique musical ensemble by artist Alex Cecchetti in collaboration with the Siege Museum and Walls 400.

    The choir will activate the plinth by singing every variation in a landscape as if they were in front of a music score, where things stop having names but become a melody.   A Walls 400 event.

    Time: 7pm - 7.45pm

    Address: The Derry Walls


    St Eugene’s Cathedral

    The Choir of St Eugene's Cathedral invite you to join them for an evening exploring the theme of mystery. This choral concert will marry music with the visual art in the Cathedral to draw out the meaning of central elements of Christian belief. There will a broad selection of music from ancient Gregorian chant to contemporary music. A commentary will also be provided.

    Time: 8pm - 9:30pm

    Address: St Eugene's Cathedral, Francis St, Derry

    Phone: 0863728443


    Conwal Parish Church

    Church of Pentecost Letterkenny, African Church Choir

    7.00pm - 8.00pm

    After last year’s exhilarating performance at the Raphoe Diocesan Pastoral Centre, we are delighted to welcome again the Church of Pentecost Letterkenny African Church Choir to this year’s Culture Night programme. Accompanied by a lively three piece band, the Choir leads the weekly Sunday Worship sessions at the Church of Pentecost’s meeting place on the Port Road. Special Thanks to Presiding Elder, Kofi Amponsah.

    Conwal Parish Church, of the Church of Ireland Parish of Conwal and Gartan, dates back to the 17th century when it was constructed to replace a crumbling medieval church at Conwal, just outside Letterkenny. In recent years,  the Church tower and spire have undergone an extensive and particularly impressive refurbishment.

    Time: 7pm - 8pm

    Address: Church Lane, Cathedral Square, Letterkenny

    Phone: 074 91 22573 – Rectory

    Letterkenny University Hospital
    Choir Recital

    Performances at 6pm & 6.30pm - Ground Floor, Foyer

    LUH Choir was formed in 2016. Its members represent many services / departments, including current as well as retired staff of the hospital. The choir is growing in strength, performing at Masses held for Hospital Personnel, the annual Hospice Service in October, the Miscarriage Service in April and a special annual Christmas show. 

    Time: 6pm - 7pm

    Address: Kilmacrennan Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal

    Phone: 074 91 25888

    Trinity Presbyterian Church

    6.30pm, 7.30pm, & 8.30pm

    You are invited to come along and visit Trinity Presbyterian this Culture Night. Built just over 100 years ago this building is full of character, there will be a short presentation at on the different aspects of the Presbyterian tradition. There will also be musical pieces performed by the church choir, a brief history of the Presbyterian church in Letterkenny, and a short DVD clip of a church service from earlier this year.

    Time: 6.30pm - 9:30pm

    Address: Upper Main Street, Letterkenny


    St. Eunan’s Cathedral
    The Conwal  Singers and Guests at St.Eunan’s  Cathedral, Letterkenny

    8.30 - 9.30pm

    The Conwal Singers, Letterkenny shall host an evening of reflective choral music with  at St.Eunan’s Cathedral, Letterkenny. Special special guests shall including Derg Valley  Choir, Tir Chonaill  Choir  and The  Donegal Abbey  Singers. Within the splendid acoustic of St.Eunan ‘s Cathedral each choir  shall perform their own repertoire. Singing together, the highlight of the evening shall be a massed choir performance with over 100 voices. Choral favourites will include pieces from Vivaldi, Faure, Stainer, Handle and others.

    The accompanist for the evening is Denise Roper. Conductors include  Dawn Stevenson, Berni Canny, Karen Patton, Conductor Eileen Carr.

    Time: 8.30pm - 9:30pm

    Address: Sentry Hill Road, Letterkenny

    Phone: 074 91 21021


    Lalala Pop-up Choir Classes with Sam Kavanagh

    These free workshops are an opportunity to feel the joy of singing as part of a choir. Open to all, regardless of experience and singing ability. After one hour you will leave having sung successfully as part of a pop-up choir. Led by Sam Kavanagh founder of the LaLaLa Choir. This community square singing is a tradition Sam was immersed when studying in Budapest and he’s delighted to be bringing to Ireland. This event was dreamed up by Sam in response to seeing Crampton Court for the first time. These free events are made possible with the support of Temple Bar Company and Dublin City Council and are organised by Born Optimistic.

    5pm - 6pm All ages/Kid & Family friendly

    6.15pm - 7.15pm Adult class

    No Booking Required

    Time: 4.45pm - 7.15pm

    Address: Crampton Court, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 (laneway beside the Olympia Theatre)


    AIB Choral Society

    The AIB Choral Society, founded in 2002, is a four-part mixed voice choir with over 50 members of current, former, and retired staff and family members. Their repertoire includes classical, traditional, popular and music for the stage and screen. Come and hear a number of their favourite pieces for a thirty-minute programme performed throughout the evening.

    Time: 6.30pm - 9pm

    Address: AIB Bank, Grafton St, Dublin 2

    Website: aibchoralsociety

    Phone: 01 671 3011

    Tallaght University Hospital

    The National Centre for Arts and Health at Tallaght University Hospital (TUH) runs arts events throughout the year in various departments across the hospital. Events include art exhibitions, community art projects, dance projects, musical performances and the provision of a creative arts therapy service for patients. For Culture Night they present an afternoon of Art & Music events taking place in the public atrium of the hospital featuring craft-making by hospital artists and a special performance from the TUH Choir! The event will be open to all members of the public, hospital visitors, patients, staff and anyone passing by the hospital is welcome to attend!

    Time: 4pm - 9pm

    Address: National Centre for Arts and Health, Tallaght University Hospital, Dublin 24


    Phone: 01 414 2000

    Culture Night in Swords Library

    Swords Library celebrates Culture Night with a willow-work workshop, presentation and youth choir. Learn about the traditional crafts of willow wattling, fencing and hurdle-making from 6 pm with a hands-on demonstration and basketry display from Wicklow Willow. At 7 pm there will be a presentation of certificates and prizes to children who took part in Fingal Libraries summer stars reading programme. This will be followed by a performance by the Fingal Youth Choir, one of Ireland's leading youth choirs, at 7.30 pm.

    Time: 5pm - 9pm

    Address: Swords Library, Rathbeale Rd, Co. Dublin


    Phone: 01 890 5894

    Chamber Choir Ireland @ NCH

    Chamber Choir Ireland's 'Composers in the Classroom' programme has operated intermittently for almost 20 years providing coaching by some of the country's leading composers to school students in Ireland and Northern Ireland. This gala concert is a performance of a selection of those works in collaboration with New Music Dublin. The programme has a long history of instilling a deep interest and love of choral music among composition students setting the standard for future generations.

    The National Concert Hall sits proudly on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin’s city centre and is home to the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Choir Ireland, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Music Network and Music Generation. Next door to the picturesque Iveagh Gardens and in the heart of a commercial district known as the National Concert Hall Quarter, it hosts over 1000 events per annum. Its mission, to foster and celebrate the appreciation, knowledge, enjoyment and pure love of music as an integral part of Irish life.

    Time: 5.30pm - 6.30pm

    Address: Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2


    Phone: 01 554 5210

    St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral

    Visit this beautiful historic cathedral at the heart of Dublin City at 5pm for Sung Vespers with the boys of The Palestrina Choir. Often referred to at Evening Prayer, Vespers traditionally takes place as dusk begins to fall. Evening Prayer gives thanks for the day just past and makes an evening sacrifice of praise to God (Psalm 141:1).

    Time: 4pm - 5.30pm

    Address: Marlborough Street, Dublin 1


    Phone: 01 874 5441

    Draíocht Blanchardstown

    Visit Dublin 15's prime arts and entertainment hub for a range of cultural activities. Guests of all ages will be welcome to peruse two exhibitions, check out three wonderful films, and even take in a clown choir performance! There'll also be a youth theatre workshop taking place for younger visitors to try their hands at drama and performance.

    Time: 4pm - 10pm

    Address: The Blanchardstown Centre, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15


    Phone: 01 885 2622

    St Andrew’s Church

    St. Andrew's Church has links to some of the most prominent and notable Irish figures such as Daniel O'Connell, Padraig & Willie Pearse, James Joyce, John Hogan, Dora Sigerson-Shorter, the Gunn brothers, and Brendan Behan to mention but a few. The talks and tours will touch on these figures. On display over the evening are Sodality Banners designed by Tony Inglis. Tony was an Irish Art Director nominated for an Academy Award for his work on - The Man Who Would Be King. The banners are rarely seen and will only be available for viewing on Culture Night. The evening concludes with performances from the current St. Andrew's Church Choir (4 Part) accompanied by organist Alexandr Nisse, a former parish organist. Further information will be available on the parish website.

    Time: 5pm - 9pm

    Address: 44 Westland Row, Dublin 2


    Pop-Up Choir

    No previous experience is required – all you need to bring is your voice! Come and experience the joy of group singing, and to release the voice that is within us all.5.30pm/6.45pm/8.15pm

    Limited availability for all workshops. Tickets available, in person, 30mins before the start of the workshop.

    For adults & children aged 6+.

    Workshops approx. 45mins in duration

    Time: 5pm - 10pm

    Address: Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2


    Phone: 01 417 0000

    RTÉ Cór na nÓg / RTÉ Cór Linn @ NCH

    To continue the tradition set over several years now, the 60 boys and girls of RTÉ Cór na nÓg , conducted by Mary Amond O'Brien, will sing on the steps of the John Field Room and get RTÉ's Culture Night in the NCH off to a great start. They will be followed by RTÉ's new youth choir, RTÉ Cór Linn, 31 singers aged 15+ who will make their debut tonight. The music will be lively and fun, very family friendly and is usually very well attended, so get there early! The performance will finish at 6.45pm.

    The National Concert Hall sits proudly on Earlsfort Terrace in Dublin’s city centre and is home to the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Choir Ireland, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Music Network and Music Generation. Next door to the picturesque Iveagh Gardens and in the heart of a commercial district known as the National Concert Hall Quarter, it hosts over 1000 events per annum. Its mission, to foster and celebrate the appreciation, knowledge, enjoyment and pure love of music as an integral part of Irish life.

    Time: 4pm - 4.15pm

    Address: Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2


    Phone: 01 208 2977

    St Bartholomew’s Church

    Johann Sebastian Bach: A Life in Chorale Preludes. Presenter Tim Thurston and organist Andrew Johnstone survey the career of the great German composer through a 40-minute chronological selection of his 200+ organ preludes on Lutheran chorales.

    Saint Bartholomew’s Church was consecrated in 1867. The church has always been known for its High Anglican liturgical tradition, as well as its fine music. The choirs’ repertoire is fully representative of the major styles of choral music from the sixteenth century up to the present day. The church's three-manual organ was originally built in 1887 and is a central component of Saint Bartholomew's musical tradition.

    Time: 5.30pm - 9pm

    Address: Clyde Rd, Dublin 4


    Phone: 01 668 8522


    Creative Ireland Kerry Youth Choral Open Session

    A COUNTY CHOIR like no other, together for one night only following a week long singing camp. Using pop and Irish, a fusion of language and styles. Everyone welcome.

    Time: 5pm - 6pm

    Address: The Ashe Hotel, Maine Street, Tralee

    Culture Night at Siamsa Tíre

    The premiere of Ceol sa Chroí, a specially commissioned piece by Neil Martin, joining the forces of National Folk Theatre musicians, classical musicians and the NFT choir.  Artist-in-Residence, Conor O’Grady will work with visitors to the gallery on an interactive project as well as showing visitors around his studio.  Casting Light on Ireland's Bronze Age: Artists, Holger Lonze and Karen Hendy will bring the story behind Ireland’s archaeological artefacts alive, casting replicas of small sculptures inspired by the archaeology of Kerry.

    Time: 5.30pm - 9:30pm

    Address: Siamsa Tire, Town Park, Tralee, County Kerry



    Maynooth Gospel Choir at Celbridge Manor Hotel

    Founded in 2007, Maynooth Gospel Choir has been entertaining people ever since.  Trying to place the Choir in one slot is virtually impossible.  They are adaptable and creative, with dynamic melodies and rich harmonies - from the spiritualist hymns of the American South, to the glory days of Motown all the way up to present day hits.  Every performance is infectiously enthusiastic and will touch your soul, lift your spirit and maybe take your breath away!

    - Require booking

    Time: 8pm - 10pm

    Address: Celbridge Manor hotel, Clane Road


    Phone: 085 787 1814

    On Your Doorstep: Celebrating Community Involvement in Culture

    Members of the farming community, local drama groups, local choir and schools will be invited to actively participate in a culture night experience, hosted by Tea Lane Graveyard committee.   The event will include an evening of 'Irish Melodies' by Mary Conroy, a short dramatization of 'First Confession' , a performance by a local choir and an uilleann piper, with a good sprinkling of the Irish Language.

    - Require booking

    - Special project

    Time: 8pm - 10pm

    Address: Maunsell Chapel Tay Lane

    Phone: 087 9630719

    Open Rehearsal with Nas Na Ri Singers

    The rehearsal is open to all ages and they will take a popular piece of choral music and invite audience members to join with the choir in learning and then singing through the piece.  No previous experience is necessary and the evening will culminate with a performance of the newly learnt piece.  There will be opportunities afterwards for interested singers to audition at the end of the rehearsal.


    - Wheelchair accessible (Partial)

    Time: 7.30pm - 9:30pm

    Address: St David’s Church (C.O.I.), Main Street


    An Evening of Culture and Music with Newbridge Community Library

    All welcome to come along to Newbridge Library to listen to the ever popular Newbridge Gospel Choir perform some of their popular songs.  All welcome!

    Time: 7pm - 9pm

    Address: Newbridge Library, Athgarvan Road


    Phone: 045 448353



    Gig On The Parade

    This Culture Night the Parade, Kilkenny will be alive with the sounds and flavours of the street, with poets, choirs, bands and DJ's. Kilkenny Arts Office invites you to treat yourself to gourmet Tacos from the Bula Bus, chocolates from the Truffle Fairy and fresh coffee from Four Wheel Beans,  as you watch the young poets from the Rhyme Rag Ensemble, listen to Kairen Caine and the Unity Singers then shuffle your feet to the beats of the se7en inch collective.

    The se7ven inch collective pack up their record boxes and bring their special blend of vinyl only singles to the street, spinning everything from soul, hip hop, dub, ska, punk and more.....all beats will be catered for... let them culture you in the art of the seven inch.

    The Unity Singers were founded in 1967 by Jimmy Bateman. Since winning first prize in the Cork Choral Festival in 1975 they have gone on to win awards at numerous music festivals, even performing at Carnegie Hall to over 2000 people.

    Rhyme Rag New Word Leaders is a movement of young writers aged 13-18 who meet monthly in Desart Hall. The writers inspire and support each other through sharing their work, working with professional writers and building their community.

    Kairen Caine performs with guitarist Kevin Bruce and singer Mary Russell. Indie-folk and Folk-Country blend at the heart of Kairen Caine's songs. Based in rural Kilkenny surrounded by fields, forest and birdsong she's explored her writing and performing over the years through previous musical projects Muse Motel and Little Black Wren and has now begun a new musical chapter.

    5.00 pm - the se7en inch collective

    6.00 pm - The Unity Singers

    7.00 pm - Rhyme Rag Ensemble poets

    7.30 pm - Kairen Caine

    8.00pm - 10.00pm - the se7en inch collective

    Time: 5pm - 10pm

    Address: The Parade, Kilkenny

    Phone: 0567704547



    St George’s Heritage & Visitor Centre

    The Leitrim Male Choir was formed in 2012 and over the years have raised money for many local charities. They have sung with Eleanor Shanley, Edwina McNulty, Cait Sammon Cullen to name just a few.  Singers in the choir are from all walks of life and are a voluntary group choir that sing for pleasure. They will be conducted by Siobhán Talbot and accompanied by Alla Crosbie & Mick Blake.

    The Visitor Centre will also provide light refreshments and show the film  "Leitrim Enduring and Enchanting".

    Time: 7.30pm - 9:30pm

    Address: Church Lane, Carrick on Shannon


    Phone: 0719621757



    Music and Art in Mount St Alphonsus/Redemptorists

    5pm-9pm (Events on the hours, except at 7pm when there will be Mass at 7.15pm)

    5pm: Peal of Bells, 6pm: A concert with students from the Redemptorist Centre of Music,

    8pm: ‘Angels and Saints’: A guided tour of the Church with Seamus Enright, CSSR,

    9pm: A concert of organ and choral music with Paul Collins and the Redemptorist Church Choir

    Time: 5pm - 9pm

    Address: Mount St Alphonsus, Henry Street


    Phone: 061 315099



    Gaelscoil an Bhradáin Feasa
    Oíche Cheoil agus Ealaíne

    Tabharfar cuireadh duit teacht agus éisteacht le ceolfhoireann na scoile, le grúpaí éagsúla ceoil agus le cór na scoile ag an ócáid thaitneamhach seo. Beidh ealaín Jonathan Dickson agus ealaín na bpáistí ar thaispeáint freisin, agus beidh ceardlann ealaíne ann do pháistí. Cuirfear tae agus caife ar fáil chomh maith, mar sin, bí linn!

    You are invited to  a lovely evening of music and art at the local Gaelscoil, where the school choir and orchestra will perform along with other music groups, and where Joanathan Dickson and the children's art will be on display. There will also be sn art workshop for children, tea/coffee will be served so do join us!

    Time: 5pm - 7pm

    Address: Millstreet, Mornington, Co. Meath

    Phone: 041 985 8667



    Áras an Chontae

    An extravaganza of song to lift the hearts of the county at Offaly’s Áras an Chontae with a showcase of school, workplace and community based choirs established throughout the county, including Banagher Trinity Gospel Choir; Le Chéile Singers (Tullamore); HSE Tullamore Staff Choir; Offaly County Council Choir and Music Generation Offaly Westmeath school choirs. An incredible opportunity that assembles the talent of choirs in Offaly under one roof for one unique performance and choral delights with classical, pop, rock and gospel.

    Offaly Arts Strategy Inspire-Imagine-Involve 2018-2022 will be launched at 4pm. All welcome!

    Time: 4pm - 7pm

    Address: Charleville Rd., Kilcruttin


    Phone: 057 9357400



    Sligo Youth Voices

    A performance from the Childrens Choir with participants aged 9 - 12 years old.

    Time: 5pm - 5.45pm

    Address: Hawk's Well Theatre, Aras Reddan, Temple Street Sligo


    Phone: 0719161518



    Songs and Stories Hosted by Cahir to Sing

    Enjoy an evening of songs, stories and poetry in Cahir Castle hosted by Cahir to Sing Choir. The programme will consist of popular songs, stories and poems performed by the Choir and their guest ensemble and solo musicians.

    There are limited spaces for this event, so booking is advised. Please call Kira on 087 4185082 or email to book.

    Time: 7.30pm - 9:30pm

    Address: Cahir Castle, Castle Street, Cahir, Co. Tipperary

    Phone: 087 4185082

    Different Voices – Live Music in the Library

    Different Voices promises to be an evening of superb music curated by the Tudor Artisan Hub. It will feature a range of performers including, Belle Voci, an all-female choir from Clonmel, pianist Ruth Lavelle playing classical music, Aibreán, a recently formed all girl folk/pop group, Melua, a new acoustic duo and Rubik Grigoryan, a young Armenian boy solo vocalist along with other children from Bridgewater House.

    Booking essential as places are limited please call the library on 051 640591 to book.

    Time: 6.30pm - 8pm

    Address: Fairgreen, Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary


    Phone: 051 640591



    Dún Uladh, Omagh

    Ó 6pm, beidh Ceardlann Ealaíne trí mheáin na Gaeilge do dhaoine óga. Ina dhiaidh sin beidh ceolchoirm le plúr na gceoltóirí ó Chontae Thír Eoghain agus níos faide i gcéin ag tosú ag 7.30pm.

    I measc na gceoltoiri, beidh Grúpa Cheoil Ghaelscoil na gCrann, curadh uile-Éireann sa Sean-Nós Arlene McCarroll, ceoltóirí, damhsóirí agus go leor eile.

    Bígí linn don oíche iontach seo lán d’imeachtaí cultúrtha agus cruthaitheacha!

    Time:           6-10pm

    An evening featuring an arts & crafts workshop for children with Dun Uladh’s Irish Language Officer additional to this there will be a traditional music concert featuring prestigious Tyrone musicians starting at 7.30pm.

    The line-up will include the Gaelscoil na gCrann Choir and Bailéad Ghrúpa, all Ireland sean-nós dance champion Arlene McCarroll, singers, ceili dancers and much more.

    Location:      Dún Uladh, Drumnakilly Road, Omagh, BT79 0JP.

    T:                    028 8224 2777


    *This event funded by Fermanagh & Omagh Distruct Council & An tOireachtas as part of the Fermanagh Omagh Culture Night 2018

    Time: 6pm - 9pm

    Address: Dún Uladh, Drumnakilly Road, Omagh, BT79 0JP.


    Phone: 028 8224 2777



    Voices and Music at Brick Lane

    The historic Brick Lane, in the heart of the Waterford Viking Triangle will host a performance by Waterford Youth Arts at 6.15pm. This will be followed at 7pm by a collaborative performance between City of Waterford Brass and The Mount Sion Choir. A musical treat not to be missed featuring the sounds of one of Waterford City’s oldest brass bands along with the multi-cultural voices of Waterfords newest and hottest choir whose members live and go to school in Waterford.

    Time: 6.15pm - 8.30pm

    Address: Brick Lane, Waterford



    Wexford Male Voice Choir at St. Iberius Church

    The Wexford Male Choir will present a selection of musical pieces taken from the vast repertoire of Wexford Male

    Voice Choirs 77 year history from modern classics to spiritual all performed by the oldest all Male choir in Ireland.

    Time: 7.30pm - 8pm

    Address: St. Iberius Church, Main St. Wexford.

    Quay Notes at the National Opera House

    The Quay Notes community choir is a twenty five strong acappella group made up of both men and women. The choir has been together for eight years and has performed in various festivals and events throughout the county which includes The Kilmore Sea Food Festival and The Festival Of Choirs in Gorey amongst others. The Quay Notes perform song's from all over the world in several different languages and look forward to presenting a selection of these on Culture Night.

    Time: 7.15pm - 7.45pm

    Address: National Opera House, High Street, Ferrybank South, Wexford, Ireland

    Phone: 0539122400


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