Monthly Archives: August 2016

Online booking underway for this year’s arts festival

Online booking for workshops and events is now available from http://cashelartsfest.com/buy-tickets/. For workshops and events held at Cashel Library, booking is only available through Cashel Library (tel: 062 63825). For all other workshops and events please book online at http://cashelartsfest.com/buy-tickets/. Please note that all tickets purchased are non-refundable. Information (only operational during the festival): 087-0552179

Programme of Events

Our 2016 Programme of Events will be live on our website from Friday 26th September. Online Bookings for Workshops and Events will start at 9am tomorrow morning. In the meantime please feel free to download the brochure from the website.

Brochure Launch

Our brochure launch will take place on Wednesday 24th August at 6.30pm in the Chapter House (formerly Bolton Library), Church of Ireland Cathedral, John St, Cashel. All are welcome to attend. You will be treated to some lovely entertainment and light refreshments on the evening. There will be a chance to meet some of the […]

Author Nuala O’Connor to visit Cashel

Author Nuala O’Connor will read from her novel Miss Emily during Cashel Arts Festival 2016 In 2015, Penguin USA, Penguin Canada and Sandstone (UK) published Nuala O’Connor’s third novel, Miss Emily, about the poet Emily Dickinson and her Irish maid, Ada Concannon (with Fethard, County Tipperary, connections). Miss Emily was shortlisted for the Bord Gáis […]

Plenty of Free Events at this year’s festival

As a community festival we offer plenty of free events to encourage participation in the arts. Some of these events include; Free choral concert ‘Soaring Voices’ in Dominic’s Abbey. Street entertainment – dance, acrobats (Hakuna Matata), Buí Bolg street shows, live bands and music. Nuala O’Connor author of Miss Emily coming to Cashel Library on […]

Cashel Arts Festival 2016

Cashel Arts Festival 2016 will take place from Thursday, 15th September to Sunday, 18th September. The move from November follows market research undertaken last year and we look forward to having our festival in September this year. The brochure launch will take place on Wednesday, 24th August – brochures and full details of all events […]