back on the beach in the freezing sand is the third iteration of Paul Hallahan and Lee Welch’s two-person exhibition of recent paintings that look to Utopia and the end of perceived history
Supported by Waterford Cultural Quarter Opening Saturday the 31st The Shape of Lies is a series of sculpture/reliefs that are a meditation on identity and materialism. Using finely calibrated outlines, Gilloway endeavours to occupy a space somewhere between the descriptive short hand of the emoji and the discipline of a Haiku, emitting a tension disquieting… More Info
Crafted from a newly discovered trove of 70mm footage, and more than 11,000 hours of uncatalogued audio recordings, Apollo 11 takes us straight to the heart of NASA’s most celebrated mission—the one that first put men on the moon, and forever made Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin into household names.
Arán & Im celebrates the Irish language in an engaging, accessible bilingual way, through sourdough bread and home-churned butter. Arán & Im is a theatrical performance/installation in which Manchán bakes sourdough bread for 70 minutes while offering insights into the wonders of the Irish language – exploring potent words of landscape, terms of… More Info
David Flynn is the latest member of Waterford’s Flynn clan to make a successful career in music. With amazing special guests Donna Roche & Paul Kavanagh, David delivers songs with passion and heartfelt emotion and will take you on a wonderful musical journey performing some of his huge repertoire of songs David has performed in… More Info
The Imagine Festival is an annual event which celebrates the arts in Waterford. Taking place in late October every year, it is now one of Ireland’s premier arts festivals. The festival takes place October 17th – 27th in 2019! ShareShareShareRead More