Posts Tagged ‘2015’

Clancy Brothers Festival 2015

Clancy Brothers Festival 2015.
A great range of workshops will be on offer during the Clancy Brothers Festival of Music and Art 2015. The workshops, many of which will be free, take place on Saturday May 30th and Sunday May 31st in various locations in Carrick-on-Suir. Arts workshops include ‘Paint and Play’ run by Montessori teacher Jane McLoughlin for children [...]

Anti-water charge march draws 2,000

Anti-Water Charge protestors marching over Rice Bridge and onto The Quay on Saturday last. 										| Photo: Mick Wall
An estimated 2,000 people marched from The Glen to The Mall last Saturday afternoon in opposition to upcoming water charges. Representatives of many local communities and groups were involved in the march, with a number of well-known activists addressing the crowd on The Mall. Though the number was significantly down on a previous march late [...]

Hive launches 2015

Taste Hard by Jessie Powers, part of Hive’s first exhibition of 2015.
Next Thursday, February 5th, Hive launches its first exhibition of 2015. The exhibition will feature some of the very best emerging talents from around the country from a diverse array of styles & mediums. The exhibition will be opened at 8pm, with a music and wine reception. Hive Emerging (est. 2008) is a not for profit [...]

Thoughts Turn To Wicklow

Eyes fixed on the League: Selectors Ger Power, Tony Corcoran and manager Tom McGlinchey.
Deise manager Tom McGlinchey, while noting the level of wides Waterford struck in last Saturday’s McGrath Cup Final, was delighted to see his new charges get off to a trophy winning start. “We’re very pleased with the win, 3-12 was good scoring too and it’s great to start the year with a victory like this. [...]

Cup Runneth Over For Happy Deisemen

Shane Aherne produced another big shift in midfield for Waterford, and chipped in with four points.
Despite a first success in 34 years for our senior footballers, last Saturday night’s win at Fraher Field was greeted more with satisfaction than joy. This was truly a case of a job well done for Tom McGlinchey’s men, who may well savour their victory in this competition all the more should they see off [...]

Spring into the Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal
Look out next week for the delivery of the Theatre Royal’s season brochure in through your doors. There really is something for everyone this spring from children’s theatre and cinema to world performance premieres. On Thursday, 12th February, Fishamble returns with Underneath, the eagerly awaited third part of Pat Kinevane’s trilogy, following on from Silent [...]

30 hours for Waterford Youth Arts

Edward Denniston, one of the writers involved with 30 Hours for Waterford Youth Arts.
Waterford Youth Arts is bracing itself for a busy 2015 and plans to hold a major fundraiser in Waterford on 31st January, when Waterford’s theatrical and creative community come coming together to take part in what promises to be a fun, interesting and entertaining event for a fantastic cause. The event will take place in [...]

Healing Sounds

Donna Roche
The Waterford Healing Arts Trust will host soprano Donna Roche in the foyer of University Hospital Waterford on Tuesday, 20th January at 1:30 pm as part of its Healing Sounds programme which is funded by the Arts Council. Donna’s musical journey began locally before embarking onto the professional stages of both home and abroad. She [...]