High Notes and High Spirits on Day 1 of the Imagine Arts Festival

Day 1 of the Imagine Arts Festival started and finished on a high note. From historical building tours to heritage talks, the day ended with an awesome performance from Waterford man Moncrieff in Christ Church Cathedral.

Moncrieff in Christ Church Cathedral

The first day of the Imagine Arts Festival ended on a high note with an epic performance by Waterford man Moncrieff in Christ Church Cathedral. The sold out event was buzzing on the night…and the rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the lively crowd. Moncrieff had the audience up off their chairs and singing along with him soulfully. What a venue…what a voice…what a night…

Creative Clusters

On Monday, the first event of Waterford’s Imagine Arts Festival started in the Theatre Royal with the Creative Clusters project—the work of 75 students from five Waterford schools who submitted creative writing, photography and art. Here’s Deta Cahill, facilitator, who explains more about this project.

Let's Talk Waterford

Here’s Anna Jordan from Jordan’s bar on the quay talking about the first Let’s Talk Waterford Event taking place this week—the first of many in the series to enjoy during the festival. Anna also tells us what else we can look forward to in Jordan’s this week—all free events so pop in!

Behind Closed Doors - Waterford Distillery with Matt Patridge

Matt Partridge from Waterford City Council was down in the Waterford Distillery on Tuesday for an awesome tour of the old and new distillery. The tour was part of the Behind Closed Doors series happening all this week during the Imagine Arts Festival.

Andrew Doherty - Lets Talk Waterford

Here’s Andrew Doherty who kicked off the festival’s Let’s Talk Waterford series. Andrew is the expert in Waterford’s maritime heritage and history and he enlightened everyone with his knowledge about the SS Great Western steamship in Jordan’s on Tuesday.

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