The Roscommon Lamb festival celebrates everything…. well, lamb!! Roscommon has the highest lamb output in Ireland and this festival celebrates lamb in a diverse range of events over the course of a family fun weekend. The festival has grown from strength to strength and those who are travelling to the west coast of Ireland this … More Lamb Festival: Co. Roscommon
Yes, you read correctly, a national leprechaun hunt!! Leprechauns and are little bearded men, who wear a distinctly coloured coat and hat and partake in mischief. They are solitary creatures who spend their time making and mending shoes and have a hidden pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and have been living … More National Leprechaun Hunt: Carlingford, Co. Louth
The Father Ted festival pays homage to the classic TV comedy series Father Ted. The show starred a predominantly Irish cast which focused on misadventures of three priests and their housekeeper living on Craggy Island — a remote isle off the coast of Ireland. The show was critically acclaimed, receiving multiple BAFTA awards, and remains … More “Tedfest” – The Father Ted Festival: Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare
The winter months have traditionally been quiet for the historic spine of Cork City, with the post-Christmas lull seeing the un-gentrified stretch from Shandon Street to Barrack Street fall silent for traders and residents alike. Quarter Block Party, a multidisciplinary festival of arts and culture based in venues and properties on North and South Main Street, aims to change this.