Once, the musical is here !

The Barrelman’s feast


The musical in Dublin

The Festival of Curiosity

O’Donovan Russia

Sinn Féin launch their 1916 commemoration programme this summer with a historical re enactment of a seminal moment in Irish History; the funeral of the “unrepentant Fenian” Jerimiah O’Donovan Rossa on 1st August.


Peploe’s Wine Bistro is a must visit restaurant in Dublin, informal yet sophisticated, serving great wine and classic dishes at affordable prices. The restaurant offers a wine list with over 164 fine wines including 24 by the glass. At Peploe’s they take their wine very seriously and source directly from suppliers in France and Italy.


Fèile Lúghnasa

County Clare

Whether you’re looking to relax on beautiful beaches and top class golf courses or are on a voyage of discovery taking in some stunning natural wonders, the county of Clare has something for you. Visitors to this beautiful county on the West coast of Ireland can enjoy surfing on the beach at Lahinch or take in a round of golf at some famous courses, including Dromoland Castle, Doonbeg Golf Club and Lahinch Golf Club. If you’re looking to explore some natural wonders, then Clare is also the place to go, with the Burren, Cliffs of Moher and Aillwee Caves all waiting to be explored.


The 27th Galway Film Fleadh takes place from 7th to 12th July. As ever, the Film Fleadh promises to bring an exciting mix of film premieres, public interviews, Q&A’s, extra-sensory screenings and an acting masterclass from John C Reilly, making Galway worthy of its status as a UNESCO City of Film.

Promenade Festival Tramore

Ireland’s premier beach resort, Tramore, comes alive this July with a whole host of free events for the whole family to enjoy at the Promenade Festival, which runs from 3rd to 5th July. Visitors can look forward to a broad range of free family-friendly activities, including street performances, magic shows, live music and Tramore’s first ever air show.

Beleek Pottery

Now in it’s 158th year of business, when you step into the world of Belleek Pottery you enter one of Northern Ireland’s oldest and most fascinating attractions. Holding a very special place in the cultural and commercial heritage of Co Fermanagh, Belleek Pottery is situated in the picturesque village of Belleek on the banks of the Lough Erne. The building is home to the world famous Belleek Fine Parian China and Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre. Original and unique pieces are made using traditional methods passed down from generation to generation, with many of the craftspeople being the third or fourth generation of their family to work at the Pottery.