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Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band

Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band

Time: 8pm With the sound of a roaring Big Top at The Galway Arts Festival and the memory of a wonderful night open air at The Iveagh Gardens, Dublin...more

Ivo Pogorelich, piano

Ivo Pogorelich, piano

Chopin Nocturne No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 55Chopin Piano Sonata No. 3 in B minor, Op. 58Liszt 4 Mephisto WaltzesSibelius Valse TristeRavel Gaspard de...more

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The Arlington Hotel O

The Arlington Hotel O' Connell Bridge

FREE Live Irish Music & Irish Dancing Show 7 nights a week!...more

A Hawk & A Hacksaw

A Hawk & A Hacksaw

Known for their exuberant and cathartic live performances, A Hawk and a Hacksaware an engagingly eccentric, Balkan inspired duo led by Jeremy Barne...more

Theatres

Apres Match 'Possibly So' Tour

Apres Match 'Possibly So' Tour

Apres Match 'Possibly So' Tour at the VISUAL and The George Bernard Shaw Theatre....more

Solstice Arts Centre

Solstice Arts Centre

Solstice Arts Centre opened to the public in April 2006. It is a symbol of the belief and pride that Co. Meath feels about its cultural and artistic ...more

Hotels in Ireland

Ireland offers tourists a wonderful selection of hotels, b and b's, self catering accommodation. Ireland Hotels range from small quaint Irish hotels and often family run b&b premises, to the larger international hotel chains, to the up market historical castle accommodation. Throughout every county in Ireland one will find hotels that are well rated along with hotels in Galway, hotels in Limerick, hotels in Cork, hotels in westport, temple bar hotels and of course hotels in Dublin, our capital city. In Northern Ireland there are a wide selection of accommodation, ranging from luxury hotels in Belfast to quiet rural hotels in northern Irelands countryside. If you visiting Galway why not check out some of our great deals accross Galway City Hotels View Hotels


Restaurants of Ireland

Ireland boasts some of the finest raw materials for cooking to be found anywhere in the world. Meat dishes are the culmination of the efforts of small country farmers who take great pride in producing top quality beef and lamb.

The Irish poultry dishes are the results of free range poultry farmers. Wild fowl is also a specialty of many restaurants in Ireland. As a small Island nation, Ireland's fish dishes are unmatched. Restaurants offer a selection of both freshwater and sea fish dishes. As a tourist country, Ireland also hosts many foreign restaurant owners, boasting the finest in European and Oriental cuisine.View Restaurants