The best of what’s on Waterford

Some of the best comedy shows, festivals and a little something for everyone comes to Waterford this September.

It’s really great to see so much happening again around Waterford from now until the end of September. It might be the end of Summer, but with so much to look forward to, we happily round up and share some of the best of what’s on over the next few weeks for you and yours to enjoy!

Colour your heritage with Anthony Hayes

Every day this week, local Artis Tony Hayes will be posting lots of Dungarvan archaeology and heritage sketches online as part of Colour Dungarvans Heritage. All you have to do is print the sketches at home, get the kids to colour them in and return them. Waterford County Museum will then show off the kid’s artwork throughout the week. Children can also create and design their own Gallows Hill or other history-inspired pictures. Entries will be included in a Dungarvan Heritage Coloring book in 2021 so get colouring! Check out what else is on during Heritage Week 2020

‘Stolen Time’ play on August 24th

Go see this brand new imaginative play from local playwright, Martina Collender at Wyse Park, August 24th. Waterford Youth Arts will put on a great performance, no doubt. Read the full post here

Stolen Time play

Comedy @Theatre Royal

Who needs a good laugh?? Bring it on! On Friday, August 28th, Colm O’Regan brings his stand-up comedy show to the Theatre Royal and it couldn’t come soon enough. Hailing from Cork, the best-selling author and comedian will have you in stitches for a couple of hours with some crackin’ stories and plenty of jokes.

Comedy central at the Theatre Royal.

His books including Ann Devine, Bolloxology, and the Books of the Irish Mammy. He has performed all over the world and has been a guest on RTÉ’s Late Late Show and Comedy Central.

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Watch Colm O’Regan below

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Plenty of messin’ on September 5th

Central Arts invites you to Neil Delamere’s stellar show – ‘Pick and Mix‘ on Saturday, September 5th at 8 pm. For those. of you that haven’t heard of Neil, he is another award-winning comedian who has a number of platinum-selling DVDs to his name and is described as “a gifted-comic” by The Scotsman.

“No TV camera could accurately measure the lightning speed of Delamere’s wit.”

The Irish Times

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Neil Delamere comes to Central Arts on September 5th.
Credit: milltheatre.ie

Festival’s you’ll LOVE

Harvest Festival 2020

September 11th to 13th, Waterford’s favorite festival of food is happening and we can’t wait! With lots of free and tickets events, you won’t want to miss out.

Credit: www.waterfordharvestfestival.ie

Spraoi 2020

This year’s festival couldn’t take place but instead, they are treating you all to some Spraoi magic this September 4th to 13th around the city.

https://www.facebook.com/SpraoiWaterford/videos/567820177232500/?t=37

Tramore’s new Vitamin Sea Festival kicks off mid-September.

Stay tuned…

Tramore’s new festival of food and all things Tramore.
Source: Facebook

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