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Waterford is awash with talent this Imagine Festival!

From October 16th

The Programme for 13th annual Imagine Arts Festival was be announced in Waterford City recently at St. Patrick’s Gateway Centre.

Waterford native and Editor of The Irish Times Kevin O’Sullivan officially launched the 2014 programme. Ireland’s oldest City will be awash with Irish and International talent for ten days from October 16th to October 26th as 62 different events both free and ticketed will be on offer at a variety of venues across Waterford City centre.

According to the Festival Director, Ollie Breslin, the programme for this year‚’s Imagine festival will celebrate a wide variety of art forms including the spoken word, music, dance, comedy, visual art and drama. “We are delighted to host such a variety of artists at this year's festival, it is a very enticing programme and we expect that tickets will be hot property.

Waterford has always been a great supporter of the Arts.

Imagine Arts Festival is proud to play a role in continuing that tradition."

See http://www.Imagineartsfestival.com

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Waterford is awash with talent this Imagine Festival!

Waterford is awash with talent this Imagine Festival!

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