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A one-of-a-kind performance from the producers of The Moscow State Circus featuring extreme stunts, classic clown escapades and show-stopping performances that will have you on the edge of your seat, when not falling off it with laughter.
Clonmel Applefest is a four-day feast for the senses celebrating Clonmel's unique sense of place through its food, heritage and nature with vibrant artistic programme featuring heritage, food, farming, nature and crafts.
Dublin VegFest is the country's biggest vegan food event with a large outdoor area, speakers area, a vegan food village, chill zone and lots more.
Every year, Galway City celebrates the Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival with lots of tasty events including seafood trails, World Oyster Opening Championships, A masquerade Mardi Gras Ball, and our free Family Funday on Sunday with a spotlight on the environment and a mouth-watering line up of chef demos.
Concluding on Sunday, the 42nd Clifden Community Arts Festival continues this weekend with events including an Inishbofin Field Trip, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, John Sheahan and Michael Howard, Babcock and Baggins and more.
Glasnevin Cemetery host tours on the last Sunday of every month that focus on the legendary women who played a pivotal role in shaping Irish culture and history to whom Glasnevin is home to, including Maud Gonne Mac Bride, Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington and Delia Larkin.
A free family event takes place on Blessington Street on Sunday afternoon with different activities and events such as live musical entertainment, historical walks, a petting farm, vintage carousel, face painting, market stalls and other entertainment.
Prince Ivan and his brothers set off in search of the fabled Firebird, which has been stealing golden apples from the royal orchard but Ivan’s brothers soon fall by the wayside. A magical telling of the traditional Russian adventure on Sunday afternoon.
This Saturday, a Taste of Monaghan hits the road to the town centre with a celebration of the ever-changing food scene in Monaghan. Visitors can draw inspiration from demonstrations delivered by a host of talented local chefs who will showcase the rich local produce in creative ways.
The 19th annual festival starts this weekend with another packed programme of theatre, music, spectacle, and literary events.
Now in its fourth year, the Dunfanaghy Food Festival continues to grow and this year it will take place over three days this weekend with the event taking place on the Village Green (opposite Arnold’s Hotel) on Saturday from 12-4pm.
Funderland heads to the Titanic Quarter in Belfast this weekend until October 6th with its usual array of fun attractions and thrill rides to suit all the family.
The famous composer and harper Turlough O'Carolan was born in Nobber, Co. Meath 1670 and they hold an annual festival in his honour. This year there will be lots of workshops from some of Ireland's top harpists and performances fromHelen Davies & Poul Høxbro from Copenhagen, the Meath Harp Ensemble and much more.
The Dunshaughlin Harvest Festival is a fantastic, annual fun-filled festival with kiddies disco, food market, bounce and fun zone, planetarium, talent show, dog show and much more.
The Claregalway Castle Shield, a revival of the medieval foot-combat tournament returns to Claregalway Castle this weekend as well as Mounted Archery displays, Magicians, Puppeteers, Historic displays and re-enactments, ‘Have a go’ archery and much more at this family-friendly festival.