Waterford Art Group 2012 Annual Exhibition at Garter Lane

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02 – 24 November 2012 | Venue: Garter Lane Gallery, O’Connell Street, Waterford Waterford Art Group was formed almost fifty years ago and was initially a collection of artists that met occasionally and shared their experience and wisdom with the view to improving their artwork. Many famous Waterford artists have been members of the group. […]

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Sugar – Visual Arts Exhibition | 30 July – 22 September 2012

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Venue: Garter Lane Gallery, O’Connell Street, Waterford Sugar – a calorie free sweet treat that won’t rot the teeth. Sugar is a group show of sweet themed work by Deborah Donnelly, Brendan Jamison & Orla Walsh. This visual indulgence of saccharine delights features sugar cube sculptures and mouth-watering paintings of all things nice from scrumptious […]

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Theatre | Moonshine by Jim Nolan

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26 – 28 July 2012 Venue: Garter Lane, O Connell Street, Waterford Moonshine tells the story of McKeever, an undertaker, attempting to stage A Midsummer Night’s Dream on Easter Sunday. But the gods seem to be conspiring against him as his actors start dropping out. Time is running out. Will he succeed in his quest? […]

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Panoramix – An Exhibition of Photographic Work

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12 July – 14 August 2012 Venue: Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford City An Exhibition of Photographic Work by Terry Murphy, Thursday 12th July to Tuesday 14th August, Admission Free. Encouraged by the interest shown in a large 9ft. wide panoramic photograph of Dunmore East at his 2011 Exhibition, Terry has decided to concentrate on panoramas […]

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Celtic Storm | 06 June – 17 September 2012

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Venue: Treacy’s Hotel, The Quay , Waterford City Treacy’s Hotel Spa & Leisure Centre in association with Gary Power Productions are delighted to present Celtic Storm, every Monday night from May – September doors open 8.30pm as show starts at 9pm. The music is a blend of traditional and new, and promises to be a […]

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