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Navan Sculpture Trail

Navan - Sculpture Trail – featuring 15 public art features by artists of international reputation.

The trail can be taken in two stages – as a small walk encompassing the town centre, or for the more adventurous, heading out of town to view works located on the approaches to Navan. This can done in conjunction with the Navan Points of Pride walk, a map for which can be downloaded here

Works include:

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Droichead Arts Centre

Established in 1989, Droichead Arts Centre is a multi-disciplinary centre in the heart of Drogheda Town, providing an extensive curated arts and cultural programme of theatre, music, film, visual arts, opera, dance, comedy, literature, family/children, outreach. The Centre is housed over two buildings: Stockwell Street, which hosts a modern 169-seater theatre and a bright contemporary visual arts gallery, and Barlow House, an 18th century Georgian style townhouse.

041 98 33946
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Stockwell Street,
Drogheda,
Co. Louth.

Barlow House,
Narrow West Street,
Drogheda,
Co. Louth

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Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery

Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery, is one of Ireland's most important visual art spaces.

Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery, which opened in 2006, is one of Ireland's most important visual art spaces. Serving the North East region, it presents a programme of national and international temporary exhibitions, as well as exhibitions drawn from the Drogheda Municipal Art Collection, a fascinating collection dating from the mid-18th century.

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Highlanes Gallery,
Laurence Street,
Drogheda,
Co. Louth

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Slane Castle

​Overlooking the River Boyne, just a few kilometres upstream from Newgrange and the site of the famous Battle of the Boyne, Slane Castle in its existing form was constructed under the direction of William Burton Conyngham, together with his nephew the 1st Marquess Conyngham. The reconstruction dates back to 1785 and is principally the work of James Gandon, James Wyatt and Francis Johnston. Francis Johnston was also the architect responsible for the gothic gates on the Mill Hill, located to the east of the castle.

(041) 9884477
info@slanecastle.ie

Slane Castle,

Slane,

Co. Meath.

C15 XP83

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Solstice Arts Centre

Solstice Arts Centre in Navan, County Meath, hosts a wide range of arts and cultural events throughout the year, symbolising the belief and pride that the people of the county take in nurturing its cultural life.

The facilities at Solstice include a 320-seat theatre, cinema facilities with a state-of-the-art digital 4K Sony Projector & Dolby Surround Sound, three gallery spaces, studio space, foyer and café. 

(046) 909 2300
info@solsticeartscentre.ie

Railway St, Navan, Co. Meath

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The Barbican Centre

The Barbican is a multi-purpose hall which acts as a cultural beat in the heart of the town of Drogheda. It is used by both the public, private and community sectors to host a range of events including shows, classes, photography exhibitions, public meetings, training etc.

041 9807416
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Williams Street, Drogheda, Co. Louth

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The Venue Theatre

The theatre presents dance and music as well as the best of local and national professional and amateur companies. 

Our vibrant programme also includes puppetry, multimedia, clowning and comedy.

See our What's On page to see current events.

01 6895600
info@venuetheatre.ie

Main Street, Ratoath, Co. Meath

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Toradh Gallery

Based at Ashbourne Library & Cultural Centre, the Toradh Gallery hosts approx 8 exhibitions per year, by local, national and
international artists, along with workshops, artist’s talks and demonstrations. Opening Hours: Monday – Friday from 9am -
5pm, Saturday 10am - 5pm. www.meath.ie for full details on opening hours and exhibitions

 

01 8358002

Killegland Street, Ashbourne, Co. Meath

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