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The Arts in Ireland 2013
Ireland 2013 - a calendar of art events from Wagner to Warhol.
Festivals in Ireland 2013 - More Than Electric Picnic and Oxegen
A run-down of the most promising festivals and events in Ireland 2013. From Bjork to Hair Metal plus Eminem.
Chinese New Year in Dublin
Chinese New Year has become a fixed spot in Dublin’s event calendar – well, as fixed as a moveable feast can be at least. After all, the Chinese community is one of the strongest immigrant communities in Ireland.
"Highbrow" Festivals in Ireland
"Highbrow" usually describes anything remotely classical or intellectually demanding in entertainment - from ballet to modern theatre, from Beckett to Handel. Though Ireland cannot be regarded as the European center of highbrow culture, there are a number of festivals and events of special interest.
The Rose of Tralee Festival - Tralee, County Kerry
This is the event most Irish people claim to be not watching, ever ... and which still manages to have record-breaking audiences each and every year when broadcast on RTÉ. The Rose of Tralee is a guilty pleasure.
Traditional Festivals in Ireland
Ireland has literally hundreds of festivals, but where should a visitor go? Find out more about the best traditional festivals in Ireland.