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Starting on July 14 and running every Friday evening until August 25, Garter Lane’s Courtyard Sounds will take place in their covered courtyard from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
See how Garter Lane are doing their bit and helping everyone stay engaged with Waterford arts online during May.
It's 1845 in in Ireland on the eve of the Great Hunger. Arracht tells a powerful story and shows at Garter Lane on Tuesday, March 3rd.
Whatever your taste in movies, WFFA (Waterford Film For All) showcases a wide range of movies to suit all. See what's on this month!
Watch some of the finest Irish & International movies at Garter Lane Arts Theatre as part of the Waterford Film For All 2020 season. Not to be missed.
Written and directed by Liam Meagher and performed by the super talented cast of Waterford Youth Arts in association with Garter Lane Arts Centre, “The Blame…And How To Avoid It” is a hilarious coming of age tale.
Gather the kids for SprÓg 2023 and give them a week they won’t forget! Starting this Monday, July 3 until Saturday, July 8 in Garter Lane, SprÓg is inspired by the young people of Waterford and their love of all things arts and imagination.
Don't miss out on this very special digital concert hosted by Garter Lane this Thursday, May 7th, 7.30pm.
Kick off the weekend early with some Neopolitan Opera from duo Luna Llena on Thursday, March 5th, or save yourself for Jim Nolan's one-man-show at Garter Lane on Friday night which promises to be a howl. It's up to you!
There's so much happening around Waterford this weekend! Burlesque at The Reg, comedy at Garter Lane and plenty of opportunity for getting in touch with your creative side in Tramore and Dunmore East!
Taking Dickens’ Miss Havisham in to the era of social media, Gone Full Havisham is bound to thrill at Garter Lane. Scottish folk singer Eddie Reader comes to town on Saturday, plus Bosco's on tour on Sunday 16th at The Theatre Royal.