Imagine Arts Festival appoints Waterford.FYI as media partner

Waterford.FYI is proud to be associated with the Imagine Arts Festival as a media partner. The festival which is set to take place in October 2022 will see Waterford.FYI involved with the online communications, brand awareness and a hub for all digital activities for the festival. Interactive Maps, in-depth articles, social media content and more […]

Waterford Harvest Festival 2022

This year, the festival is teaming up with some of the best food producers in the county to bring you the very best in local produce. So, whether you’re a foodie, a home-cook or just looking for a great day out, make sure to head to Waterford for the Harvest Festival!

July 22nd – Weekend Gig Guide

WHAT’S ON WHERE WHEN Friday 22nd July Delta Dogs John Roberts Sq 4PM Ronan Morris Courtyard Sounds 5PM Stacey Mitchhart Churchyard Sessions 7PM The Crayon Set & Under Starling Backstage@The Royal 8:30PM Esoteric Electric Avenue 10PM DJ Poul Flynn The Vic Saturday 23rd July Campervan of Sound Applemarket 2PM DLS Scout Band John Roberts Sq […]

Red Iron Streaming LIVE this weekend

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A recording made for archival purposes is now being made available for all us to watch online on Sunday May 10th at 8am on YouTube and Facebook. We at Waterford.FYI are really looking forward to curling up in front of our TVs to watch this acclaimed and much-loved local production.

Cad é an-ainm? What’s my Name? Win an iPad!

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Waterford.FYI is running a competition to help us name our adorable Viking mascots. We have been pulling our hair out, pacing the streets of Waterford trying to think of names for our male and female medieval characters – but it just ain’t happening.

Shackleton – Don’t be left out in the cold…

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Shackleton tells the story of the sinking of the ship Endurance on the Antarctic’s icy Weddell Sea in 1916, and the subsequent escape of the Irish expedition leader Ernest Shackleton and his crew from the Antarctic over a period of eighteen months, finally arriving to safety at the whaling station in Stromness on the South Atlantic Island of South Georgia.