Words on Windows
Droimín Creatives Cavan have been busy brightening up the windows around Cavan town, a legacy of over 300 years of literature and the renowned contemporary talent of artists and the Cavan landscape has proved a vital source of inspiration to this creativity.
Have you seen them all? Snap a pic and tag the Arts Office in on our Social Media!
Image by Adrian Donohoe L to R : Catriona O'Reilly (Arts Officer), Narissa Cosgrove (Arts Office) Emma Clancy (County Librarian) Cathaoirleach of Cavan County Council Councillor Sarah O'Reilly, Eoin Doyle (Director of Services), Kim Doherty (artist, Droimín Creatives Cavan), Paul Faran (sound and audio technician, Droimín Creatives Cavan), Heather Brett (artist, Droimín Creatives Cavan)
Aisteoirí Muinchille proudly present The Pilgrims of Slieve, written by Aisteoirí Muinchille in collaboration with Declan Gorman
8pm Friday 26 March (online)
Tickets via Eventbrite are €10 per household and show will be available to stream on demand until 2 April.
Ballet Poulet - Fanzini Productions
Two world class Olympian-level idiots bring to you their latest masterpiece. She has prepared a poetic, delicate and tender ballet. He has prepared a bad ass display of mayhem. She loves dancing, he loves chickens. Nut-cracking and Swan Faking their way into your lives, these two will make you really question which came first…her tutu or his toupée?
Directed by Joe Dieffenbacher and performed by Con Horgan and Kim Mc Cafferty.
St Patrick’s Festival TV is on Oireachtas TV, on all Irish TV platforms, plus worldwide online at stpatricksfestival.ie and on rte.ie/culture. March 12-17, daily 9am-11pm (playback on SPF TV Player until March 21)
Small Scale Local Festivals and Summer Schools
During 2021 the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media will operate a fund for Small Scale Local Festivals and Summer Schools to support the high level goal of the department in relation to enhancing access to the arts, culture and film sectors and recognising the social and economic role of these sectors in Ireland.
For further details and links to application forms visit our Website