Horse racing at Bellewstown Racecourse, on the Hill of Crockafotha in Co. Meath, is beautifully situated with magnificent views of the Mountains of Mourne to the north and the Irish Sea to the east. The tradition of summer racing at Bellewstown dates back centuries and the first record of racing here appears in the August edition of the Dublin Gazette and the Weekly Courier in 1726.
2 stages, 16 international acts, 14 rising stars, 50+ theme park attractions, 100 different species of animals in our zoo, 10 dance workshops, 8 pirate themed entertainment shows, 8 bubble shows, 3 World of Raptors shows and everything in between!Â
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The Hinterland Literature & Arts Festival is back with another stellar line up of guests.Â The heritage town of Kells will play host to 50 events over four days including some of Irelandâs leading authors including John Boyne (My Brotherâs Name is Jessica), Liz Nugent (Skin Deep), Sinead Gleeson (Constellations) & Hugo Hamilton (The Speckled People).
FĂ©ile na GealaĂ 2019
Ceol agus fĂ©ile faoi dhraĂocht na spĂ©ire.
FĂ©ile cheoil agus campĂĄla i nGaeltacht RĂĄth Chairn.
BannaĂ atĂĄ fĂłgraithe go dtĂ seo;Â KNEECAP, DAITHĂ, NITEWORKS, AN CHĂAD GHLĂIN EILE, BRĂAG CLANN MHIC RUAIRĂ agus VIGILANTI.Â Tuilleadh bannaĂ agus nuacht eile le fĂłgairt sa bhliain Ășr.
TĂĄ lĂon teoranta ticĂ©id Sraith 1(luathphraghas) ar dĂol go dtĂ 17 MĂĄrta 2019, seachas sa chĂĄs go ndĂolfar iad uilig roimhe sin.
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Now in its second year, CruinniĂșÂ na nĂgÂ celebrates and encourages participation by children and young people in creative activities in their local neighbourhoods and communities.Â Led by Meath County Councilâs Library and Arts services, with huge support from local artists, arts facilitators, and local venues, activities include everything from a baking competition to a staged combat workshop.
Everyone is welcome to attend Louthâs CruinniĂș na nĂg event from 1pm to 5pm this Saturday June 15th - a FREE family day out celebrating young people and children at Mellifont Abbey, the first Cistercian monastery in Ireland. The abbeyâs ruins will play host to a wide variety of performers and artists, all coming together to celebrate and encourage children and young peopleâs participation in culture and creativity.
Meath County Council Arts Office is delighted to present a new exhibition by the Kells Heritage Art Group entitled: A Sense of Place.
Since ancient times, the time of year that the light turns to dark has been celebrated in Ireland. It is a moment in time when the rules can be broken as a cavalcade of PuÌca take to the streets, transforming the night into a playground.
The Fairy Festival returns to Loughcrew Gardens this August Bank Holiday weekend. After a hugely successful run last year, we are delighted to announce 2 days of theatrical performances, live music, storytelling and much more. A great day out for families.