Hugh Jackman leads this high energy original musical, inspired by the imagination of P.T. Barnum, that celebrates the birth of show business and tells of a visionary who rose from nothing to create a spectacle that became a worldwide sensation. Lyrics will bounce along the bottom of the screen for musical numbers, so warm up your singing voice on the way!

Shows at 2pm and 7:30pm

Cost:: €8 / €5

Julieanne is a 15-year-old student at St. Michael’s Loreto, Navan and currently studies violin with Dr. Fionnuala Hunt at The Royal Irish Academy of Music. Julieanne has won numerous prizes including the coveted St. Cecelia and Rhoda Coghill cups at the 2018 ESB Feis Ceoil, and the inaugural John Pollard Bursary for violin. Julieanne has just returned from Montreal where she worked with the renowned violin teacher Mauricio Fuks.

Samhain, the ancient Celtic Festival that we call Halloween, originated here in the Boyne Valley more than 3,000 years ago. Samhain marks the end of the old Celtic Year and the beginning of the New Year. The Celts believed that this was a time of transition, when the veil between our world and the next came down, and the spirits of all who had died since the last Oíche Shamhna (Night of Samhain) moved on to the next life.

Trim Tourism Network and BRÚ Brewery, Trim’s local world award winning brewery, are delighted to be working on bringing a new festival to Trim during the October bank holiday weekend.

The evening will start with a mulled wine reception at the beautiful setting of the 14th century St. Patrick’s Cathedral.  From classical piano to classically trained sopranos this is an evening packed full of the best musicians & performers that you do not want to miss as you ease your way into the festive season.  Check out 2017’s event by purchasing a copy of the evening recorded on DVD from Trim Tourism Network. 

Tickets from €25.

Éigse Dharach Uí Chatháin is a yearly event celebrating the life of a local Sean-Nós singer Darach Ó Catháin. Sean-Nós singing and dancing workshops for children on Saturday at 2pm.

Music session on Friday and Saturday nights from 9pm.

Free of charge.


Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival is a fantastic annual fun-filled festival with music, drama, dance, heritage events, food & craft markets, country sports and plenty of good old-fashioned games for the children. This award-winning festival has something for everyone from young children to teenagers to adults!

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