Wednesday, 11th July 2012
Saturday 21st July from 12 noon /Admission Free
Homemade will celebrate culture in the forms of arts, crafts and music sourced from Waterford and environs and will include work from WIT students; it will be a celebration and display of local talent.
As part of the Art on the Rails series, art will be displayed on the railings surrounding the cathedral. This exhibition, entitled "Mine” will be comprised entirely of 2D pieces. All pieces will be available for purchase and all participating artists will be onsite and available to chat. Inside the Cathedral, a lunchtime coffee concert by: Jordan's Rigout, a collective of Waterford-based musicians brought together by the simple pleasure of playing music. Born in the back snug of Jordan's roughly a year ago, this group of musicians have been warming the cockles of the hearts of those who have made it along to their regular Tuesday night sessions in the American Bar on the Quay.
The group play a heady mix of folk, blues and trad tunes, with some original compositions thrown in for good measure. They look forward to bringing their unique, warm sound to the intimate setting of Christchurch Cathedral.
Saturday 21st July at 12 noon. Tickets €7 / €5 concession. Children U14 free
Letters to the Editor
- Editorialread more »
Google AlertWhen a company which has it's European Headquarters here in Ireland is called 'evil' and 'immoral' by M.P.s in The House of Commons you tend to sit up and take notice. The particular company that was being referred to was Google and the reason it had enraged M.P.s in London was because even though it has a big operation there and conducts a lot of business there it pays no corporate tax. It does this by having all of its financial transactions finished here in Ireland. And the company here is …
We're delighted to announce the launch of the new-look Waterford Today website. Tell us what you think of the new site design?
Total votes: 44 Refresh results