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Martin Hayes, Eleanor Shanley, Dave Sheridan, Steve Cooney, and Cormac Begley will be among the musicians playing the Feakle Festival, which runs in the east Clare village from Wednesday August 7 to Monday 12.
MARTIN HAYES, Eleanor Shanley, Dennis Cahill, Steve Cooney, and Cormac Begley will be among the musicians playing the Feakle Festival, which runs in the east Clare village from Wednesday August 7 to Monday 12.
PATRICK MCCORMACK is a poet, philosopher, and farmer. He is also the owner of ‘Fr Ted’s House’ in the Burren, County Clare, and is the subject of a film, which ponders a disappearing way of life, and our connections to the natural world.
If you love live music, song and dance then the Feakle Festival is the place to be from Wednesday August 8 to Monday August 13.
NOW THAT Galway's summer arts festivals are over, Galwegians determined to soak up more music can go across the border of south Galway, and into east Clare, for the Feakle International Traditional Music Festival.
Sherry FitzGerald welcomes to the market Failte Abhaile, Tyrone, Kilcolgan, for sale by private treaty. This is a lovely detached family home in a scenic quiet cul de sac overlooking Galway Bay and the Burren hills. Offering beautiful scenery with countryside living yet being within minutes’ drive of Kilcolgan village with easy access to the M6/M18 motorways and Galway city.
Bunratty Castle Hotel & Luxury Spa is located in the heart of the historic village of Bunratty, across the street from the famous 15th century medieval Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, and Durty Nelly's, the landmark pub.
To celebrate the opening of the new M18 motorway from Galway to Clare, Hotel Woodstock, Ennis, is giving a free €5 fuel voucher for your journey for every night booked with its midweek autumn special offer.
Husband and wife media team, Malin and Reine Hefvelin, freelance writers for Res and TT travel magazines in Sweden, have arrived in Ireland this week via Shannon Airport, on the new SAS flight from Stockholm, to learn more about the Wild Atlantic Way as attempts intensity to highlight the Galway tourism market in Scandinavia