Malin, The Village Green
1-5pm – €5 per show
Featuring brand new shows by last year’s sold out Tumblecircus, Cikadia and Nakupelle’s Circus Bardo, alongside a hugely entertaining live version of Countdown and the interactive Carnival Dress Up Box, the Wild Atlantic Weekend celebrates the finest in contemporary Irish and international streets arts and circus.
3pm – €12/€10
Arán & Im is a theatrical performance in which well-known travel writer and broadcaster Manchán Magan bakes sourdough bread for 70 minutes while offering insights into the wonders of the Irish language – exploring potent words of landscape, terms of intuition and insight, and the many phrases that bring to life the mysterious glory of our natural world. It is a celebration of language, land and local food, with freshly-baked traditional sourdough bread for the audience to slice and spread with butter they churn themselves from Irish cream. Directed by Tom Creed. Designed by Tom de Paor. Produced and presented by Manchán Magan.
8pm – €25
Sunday 28th July is now SOLD OUT, but due to phenomenal demand an EXTRA DATE has been added. Tickets for Monday 29th July are NOW ON SALE.
Last Updated: Tuesday 28th May
A rare opportunity to witness members of a genuinely legendary band of the Celtic Rock era. Founding members of Horslips, Johnny Fean, Barry Devlin and Jim Lockhart are joined by Ray Fean (Johnny’s brother) on drums.
Letterkenny, An Grianán Theatre
8pm – €10
It’s just a year since Ceol le Chéile – The Donegal Choir of Ages made its debut performance with a full house at An Grianán Theatre under their charismatic Choral Director, Veronica McCarron, and Daniel O’Donnell as their special guest. Since then, the choir has performed extensively throughout the county including at Glenveagh Castle, as well as community venues in Ballyshannon, Stranorlar and Glenswilly among others.
Earagail Arts Festival is funded by Arts Council Ireland, Donegal County Council, Wild Atlantic Way and Fáilte Ireland