What's On In Waterford
Looking for something to do this week and weekend around Waterford city and county? Here's what's happening over the week and weekend starting May 1st. If you have an event or gig you would like included in our on-air and online guide, contact [email protected] for details.
Poetry Sunday @ Dunmore East takes place this Sunday, May 7th.
A poetry masterclass for all levels with Clodagh Beresford Dunne takes place in St Andrews Church of Ireland and booking is essential.
This will be followed by a free poetry reading and music at 4pm and Poetry Open Mic at the Courtyard at East Pier from 5.45pm.
For more info phone East Pier on 086 813 1437.
KGK Heritage and Historical Society will hold its annual Spring Craft Fair on Saturday and Sunday, May 6th and 7th in Knockanore Hall, with many new exhibitors, showing off a wide range of handmade crafts.
Admission is free.
The Haven Hotel
There’s lots of live music this weekend at The Haven in Dunmore East.
Highland Paddies are live in the bar on Friday night and on Saturday, Catalpa will play an intimate gig.
Coming up at Theatre Royal Waterford - Irish National Opera presents the French classic romantic opera Werther on Tuesday, May 9th.
Calling all fans of the Beatles and Wings! ‘Mc Cartney All The Best' show is back by popular demand on Friday, May 12th.
Tickets for both performances can be purchased at theatre royal.ie or from the box office.
Garter Lane is celebrating Bealtaine – creativity as we age - this month.
With lots of events including Donal Ryan’s Booker Prize nominated From a Low and Quiet Sea and Pat McCabe’s new play Country and Irish.
Waterford Music presents Musici Ireland on May 21st and there are free screenings of A Bunch of Amateurs and Living, starring Bill Nighy.
For full details go to garterlane.ie.