What’s on this weekend

Farmer Michael Cover Event
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!

Burlesque, Drag and Cabaret Bonanza at The Reg

The Bazooka Club is back! Bonnie Boux brings a touch of burlesque, drag, and cabaret to The Reg with her show on Friday 28th February. Free cocktail on arrival.

Comedy at Garter Lane

‘A duo to watch out for’  Jason Byrne

The King & Queen of farming satire come to town this Friday night at Garter Lane. Farmer Michael and Kathleen are bound to have you in stitches.

They’ve had great reviews around the country. Here’s a sample of what to expect:

Source: YouTube

Learn to Paint in Dunmore East

Artform, Dunmore East School of Art is hosting a three-day course in acrylic painting at their studios from Friday 28th to March 1st. You can bring along your own landscape photos too.

Our final pick of the weekend

Golden Stitches are hosting their very first round weaving workshop on Saturday, 23rd at The Coastguard Station in Tramore. Well worth checking out if you’re looking for something a bit different.


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