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How These Desperate Men Talk by Enda Walsh – Trailer

We're very excited to share with you the first of several trailers for the much anticipated production of How These Desperate Men Talk by Enda Walsh. A special collaboration between site-specific theatre pioneers Corcadorca Theatre Company and composers Eat My Noise, this unique promenade performance will take you on an unforgettable ...

Programme Announcing 31 July

Welcome to the Kinsale Arts Festival 2014. We'll be launching the programme in full on 31 July, so keep all eyes on here. To be the first to get the news, sign up to our mailing list, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. Exciting things ahead.

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Submissions open for Now Wakes the Sea 2014

Submissions are now open for our annual open submission exhibition and award Now Wakes the Sea. Now in its fifth year, Now Wakes the Sea promotes the work and profile of outstanding emerging visual artists in Ireland and wider Europe to an international audience. Hosted annually as part of Kinsale Arts ...

2014 Festival Dates Announced

We are delighted to announce the festival dates for next year’s Tenth Anniversary Celebrations will be 19-28 September. After much consideration, including discussions with our peers, funders and supporters, we concluded that moving the festival to the autumn would be an excellent way to refresh our programme and map out a ...

We Need Your Help

This weekend, London design practice Something & Son will be talking about their work exploring the creation of a more sustainable world through art and architecture. And we're looking for those who live and work in Kinsale to attend and help them learn about the life and history of the ...