What’s on this weekend

If you're looking for something to do this wonderful November weekend, wrap up and catch some of the best of what's on in Waterford.


Check out Dublin alt-pop band SODA BLONDE who are playing tonight in Central Arts on the quay. The group’s debut EP “Terrible Hands” is out Nov 8th, 2019 also. Promises to be a great gig. Check out some of their songs below.

Perfect for Kids

Just because the mid-term is over doesn’t mean your kids won’t be entertained! On Saturday, November 9th, WIT Science Week will be hosting lots of kid-friendly interactive events at The Theatre Royal. From giant bubble blowing, to a totally gross show about how food journeys through our bodies, the kids can enjoy getting involved in all sorts of things science. Love it.


You’re in for a real treat at Garter Lane this weekend. Red Kettle Theatre presents The Red Iron, a new play written by one of Ireland’s finest playwrights, Jim Nolan. The Red Iron tells the story of now middle-aged members of a teenage gang return to the city’s long-abandoned Red Iron Bridge to remember their recently deceased friend.

See it from Nov 9th right through to Nov 30th. Not to be missed!


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