Rose of Tralee Festival Calling All Buskers!
Jun29

Rose of Tralee Festival Calling All Buskers!

The Rose of Tralee Festival have just announced a call to street buskers to feature in their festival schedule for August. See details below. If you want your performance to bee seen by thousands of punters and worldwide press alike now is your chance:   CALLING ALL BUSKERS! Want to perform at one of Ireland's biggest Festivals? We're designating spaces for busking acts of all styles to create a feast of entertainment...

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Ed Sheeran announces Irish tour
Jun28

Ed Sheeran announces Irish tour

Breaking: Ed Sheeran just announced his 2018 lateral Irish tour: Pairc Ui Chaoimh May 4th and 5th Boucher Road Playing Fields Belfast May 9thNo Pearse Stadium Galway May 12th and 13th And Phoenix Park Dublin May 16th and 18th It’s The biggest Irish Tour EVER!! Tickets on sale July 8th @...

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Blow to local tourism as Edmund Burke Pub refurb is blocked.
Jun26

Blow to local tourism as Edmund Burke Pub refurb is blocked.

With tourism numbers at all time highs in Ireland it’s not always good news on the development front as Galway county council has just blocked a proposal to develop one of Co Galway’s local pub landmarks the Dereen Inn near the monastic village of Abbeyknockmoy. Bought by local entrepreneur Declan Ganley as a “hobby refurbishment”, the pub was to be renamed as the Edmund Burke and was going to compromise of a...

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Why golf in Ireland is a total hole-in-one!
Jun22

Why golf in Ireland is a total hole-in-one!

Tourism Ireland has created a new online film showcasing some of our world-class golf courses, as well as the wonderful things that golfers can get up to off the course. Titled “Golf on the island of Ireland”, the video invites potential visitors to come and discover our beautiful golf courses, challenging links and wonderful off-course activities right around the island of Ireland. From Royal Portrush on the Causeway...

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Walks in Wicklow: Glendalough
Jun21

Walks in Wicklow: Glendalough

“Gleann dá locha”; The Glen of the two lakes, was carved into the Wicklow landscape by glacial activity. Standing in the graveyard in the lands surrounding the lower lake you can easily imagine a time when this was a very important, bustling place with a busy monastic centre including churches, farmhouses, workshops, guesthouses and monastic cells at its height in the 9th Century. Founded in early 600ad by Saint Kevin, visiting here,...

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Justin Bieber Plays Basketball in Bushy Park
Jun20

Justin Bieber Plays Basketball in Bushy Park

Due to play the RDS in Dublin, Bieber was spotted in my local park this evening. I’m no fan of his music but his basketball skills are tip top: Justin coming to visit me💓 @justinbieber A post shared by Ciara (@ciaraforster) on Jun 20, 2017 at 1:12pm...

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First Trams Cross Dublin City Centre In 70 Years
Jun18

First Trams Cross Dublin City Centre In 70 Years

Dublin’s Luas service crossed the city centre today joining up the two north and south rails works after a long and protracted contract that took the best part of 4 years. The old Dublin tram network followed the same paths until it was ripped out in favour of diesel buses in the 1950s. Back to the future as we say. Video and pic via Karl...

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Discovering the island of Ireland by campervan
Jun08

Discovering the island of Ireland by campervan

German journalist and campervan enthusiasts explore the Causeway Coastal Route, the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s Ancient East German journalist Heinz Bück has been exploring the Causeway Coastal Route, the Wild Atlantic Way Ireland’s and Ancient East by campervan. He is accompanied by a small group of fellow campervan enthusiasts, who are here to soak up the spectacular scenery and the wealth of things to see and do around the...

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New Airs with Liam O Maonlai
Jun08

New Airs with Liam O Maonlai

NEW AIRS is a classical crossover and fusion group from Ireland combining classical strings with rock/folk percussion and synthesized electronics. New Airs record live pop up studio arrangements of classic rock and pop songs at various unique venues around Ireland. The production is directed by Irish composer, arranger and producer Glen Austin. The production is centered on our NEW AIRS You Tube Channel where our live videos are...

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