Dare we say it…see what’s on this July

Spread the word - Film clubs, dance classes, art exhibitions and kids dance camps are all on the cards again. Can't wait to check these out.

Guys and girls, having been STARVED of events, art galleries, theatres, and visits to local attractions, July brings with it more cultural cheer than we’ve had in MONTHS… Are you ready to see what’s on? I know we are!

Book a trip to Lismore Castle Gardens

Source: eventbrite.ie

Lismore’s Castle Gardens are pretty awesome and well worth a spin out to. There are just two time slots daily: 11 am – 1.30 pm and 1.30 pm – 4 pm (last entry at 3.30 pm). Don’t just show up; you must book ahead.

Buy tickets here

Garter Lane this July

Four weeks of dance classes for the older (and wiser generation)

This July, Best Foot Forward Dance Members can enjoy a block of 4 weeks of dance classes at Garter Lane, all socially distant and safe in specially arranged dance pods. Spread the word, dancing shoes on!

Art exhibition exploring mental illness

Felt Not Seen by Robert Sheehan FOH exhibition Garter Lane 2020 07 09 14 26 21
Credit: Garter Lane

From July 2nd to July 15th, W.I.T. graduate, Robert Sheehan showcases his work based on the theme Felt Not Seen which explores inner emotions and mental illness. Get a sense of what it’s like”felt not seen” – definitely one collection of images to go see at Garter Lane this July.

Film buffs will love this

Credit: Central Arts Facebook
Feet up on Tuesdays nights at Central Arts
Credit: Central Arts

Tuesday Night Cinema Club is back! Great news for film fans and anyone who misses their trips to the cinema back when COVID-19 wasnt even in the news.. From Tuesday, July 28th, the best of movies will be shown every week at Central Arts. Movies start at 8 pm sharp. Check their Facebook page for listings and don’t forget the popcorn…

For kids


Does your little one love to spin around the room? If they’re aged 5-9 years old, why not book them into this week-long summer camp week from Monday 27 Jul to Friday, 31 July. Runs at The Place of Dance, Trinity Square, Waterford. Costs 60 euro, 10 am to 12 pm daily.

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