What’s on this weekend

Waterford Film Festival
Some fantastic short films will be shown at this year's Waterford Film Festival opening night, plus plenty of great music around town to be had!

Film Festival Launch

On Friday 22nd, Waterford Film Festival will be kicking off at Central Arts with a drinks reception at 7pm and short film screenings at 8pm. Don’t miss out on a great night. Oh yeah, you can BYOB too. Nice.

Indie Gig at Phil Grimes

Indie-folk songwriter, Rozi Plain is returning to Phil Grimes for Subterranean Sounds on Nov 22nd, as part of her European tour. Check out the video below.

Hitting the high notes at St Patrick’s Gateway

Join Waterford Soprano, Valerie Leahy in concert with Pianist, Marian Ingoldsby this Saturday, November 23rd at St Patrick’s Gateway. This 300-year-old church is definitely a great venue for opera performances. Watch her perform below

Valerie Leahy performing

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