Julie Feeney at Christ Church Cathedral Waterford – 15 May 2013

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Venue: Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford City Julie Feeney is an acclaimed and award winning Irish artist. Her album ‘Clocks’ won the Irish Times ‘Best Album of the Year’ and entered straight to number one in the Irish Album Charts. Julie has been dubbed by The Huffington Post as ‘Ireland’s Lady GAGA’ and her shows sell-out […]

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‘Lón Anama’ – Food For The Soul | 26 April – 31 May 2013

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Venue: 66 O’ Connell Street, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford Irish born, London based artist Pierce Casey paints in a semi-abstract format. Colour, composition, and texture are the main aspects of his pieces. Born in Dungarvan, a place Pierce may have left many years ago but a place that has never really left him. This can be […]

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L’Armoire Exhibition | 5 April – 16 May 2013

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Venue: Gater Lane, Waterford City Admission Free L’Armoire An exhibition of painting, textiles and sculpture by Kathleen Delaney. Armoire A large, often ornate cabinet or wardrobe. (French armoire, from Old French armaire, from Latin armrium, chest, from arma, tools) In the UK the wardrobe filtered down into popular taste through the royal courts, where chests […]

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Waterford City St. Patrick’s Day Festival

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Sunday 17 March 2013 Venue: The Quays & John Roberts Square, Waterford City As the oldest City in Ireland, the first City in Ireland to declare St Patrick’s Day a national holiday and the home of the Irish Tricolour, Waterford City is the place to celebrate our national holiday. The Waterford City St. Patrick’s Day […]

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Joyced! | 15 – 16 March 2013

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Venue: Garter Lane, Waterford City Joyced! by Donal O’Kelly at Garter Lane. Tickets: €15.00 Concession: €12.50 Garter Lane Friends: €12.50 Fri: 15-03-2013 at 20:00 Sat: 16-03-2013 at 20:00. One of the big Irish success stories at Edinburgh 2012, with a nomination for Best Solo Performance Award JOYCED! By Donal O Kelly is a tour-de-force tour […]

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