1854, Drogheda: Mr McGrath has fallen to his death working on the building of the Boyne Viaduct, leaving his wife, Catherine, alone to fend for herself.
Whatâ€™s a poor woman to doâ€¦?
â€¦Put on his clothes, of course, and take up his place in the world!
Showtimes: 2pm and 8pm
Cost: â‚¬3 | over 55â€™s free
Our slow sessions are back! For players of any instrument and at any level.Â A selection of easy andÂ well known session tunes will all be played slowly so that people in the early stages of their playing or those coming back to playing music can have an opportunityÂ to play together in a friendly, supportive and informalÂ setting. More experienced players who wish to refine theirÂ techniques at a slower pace are also very welcome. All players, and alsoÂ singersÂ are very welcome.
Follow the romantic antics of sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood as they fall in love, make mistakes and experience heartbreak for the first time. Picnic with family and friends on a summer evening, and follow the sisters as they find their path and lose their hearts, in their quest to find the perfect balance of sense and sensibility.
Recommended arrival time is 5.30pm to allow you to get parked and to find a picnic space. The event will go ahead rain or shine. Please bring your own rugs or low back seating only, and do consider the weather when dressing for the event.
Tours conducted by the staff of Drogheda Museum Millmount will recommence from 3rd MayÂ at 2 pm daily, Mondays to Fridays.
From its location on the banks of the River Boyne, Il Ponte (The Bridge, in Italian) is the link between the dhotel and the cosmopolitan town of Drogheda. With a mission to redefine Italian cusine in the locality, it offers handmade pasta and authentic pizza from a traditional pizza oven, all masterfully created under the watchful eye of our head chef.
The award-winning Irish Maritime festival is back. Taking place this weekend in Drogheda Port, itâ€™s a super-sized maritime celebration and it suitable for all ages. Hosted by Louth County Council and Drogheda Port Company in conjunction with Virgin Media, the event takes over the town for a wonderful weekend of maritime activities.
Parade of Sail: Friday 15th June, 12noon
Let our family look after yours in our beautifully appointed, family owned 17 bedroom hotel only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. Ample free parking, delicious food, beautiful gardens and a traditional Cead Mile Failte which has been extended to guests for almost 50 years. Henry's Restaurant and bar food served daily.
Three evening programmes will feature worldclass
artists, including Rita Manning, Jonathan
Barritt, Deirdre Brenner, Chris Laurence, Martin
France, Frank Ricotti, John Parricelli, Aisling
Manning and Julie-Anne Manning. The musical
offerings will be accompanied by poetry readings
from Irish poet Peter Fallon, childrenâ€™s
workshops and historic tours of Townley Hall and
other sites in the Boyne Valley.Â