Events from Ireland

Mayo Day 2019

When: Saturday, 4 May, 2019

​Mayo County Council, Mayo GAA and Elverys have come together for a very special campaign in celebration of one of the best-loved days of the year. This year’s #MayoDay on Saturday 4th May will be celebrated in Mayo, New York and around the globe. To mark the day in a special way, a strictly limited-edition Mayo Day GAA jersey will be worn by our beloved footballers for their first-round championship game against New York in Gaelic Park on Sunday 5th May.

Castlebar (Mayo) Mayo
Mayo Day 2019

Bodyke Annual Festival

When: Friday, 3 May, 2019

Variety of events to take place between 3 May - 6 May 2019 in and around Bodyke, Tuamgraney and Scariff.

Ireland XO
Family Fund Weekend Bodyke

2019 Irish Film Festival Sydney and Melbourne

When: Wednesday, 1 May, 2019

The Irish Film Festival returns to Sydney and Melbourne this May and is excited to announce their award winning opening night film, which has already gained international acclaim at the Cork Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival.

Ireland XO
The Camino Voyage

Irish Famine Exhibition Dublin

When: Monday, 15 April, 2019

The Irish Potato Famine was the most catastrophic event in Ireland's turbulent history. It is also regarded as being one of the worst Famines in history (deaths as a proportion to population). An exhibition commemorating the Irish Famine will be open from April to October in the centre of Dublin in the Stephen's Green Shopping Centre.

Dublin
Irish Famine Exhibition Dublin

The Seeds That Grew the Tree - Éamon De Valera

When: Thursday, 21 February, 2019

On Thursday next February 21st, at 8.30pm, the Winter Lecture Series, ‘The Seeds That Grew the Tree’, will resume at Screene’s of Guilka, Menlough, Co. Galway, with a talk entitled ‘Éamon De Valera – A Personal Perspective’ to be delivered by his grandson ÉamonÓ’Cuív T.D. Éamon will detail his early memories of his grandfather, his character and personality and his own questioning as a child of his grandmother, Sinéad de Valera (née Flanagan), about the 1916 Easter Rising where he will recall her as a very strong-willed person who was committed to nationalism.

Moylough (Galway) Galway

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