12:30pm-5:30pm – €20/€16
A play, music, a garden party, a feast, and a ferry crossing (for the Inishowen shows)! An Grianán Theatre and Parrabbola (UK) present Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale as an exciting, large scale, immersive production in both Donegal and Derry, crossing the borders, the traditions and the waters of the north west. Ultimately it explores conflict, reconciliation and borders. Two Kingdoms, Sicilia and Bohemia divided by an ocean; two kings, raised together, but at odds without reason, a wronged queen; a lost princess, prison sentences, tragic deaths, bears and ocean voyages.
Rathmullan, Rathmullan House
3pm – Adult €17 / Child €10 / Family (2 Adults & 2 Children) €52
Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company for this brand new adaption of everyone’s favourite swashbuckling pirate adventure: Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. When he stumbles across a coveted treasure map, young Jim Hawkins finds himself on an epic adventure in the hope of finding Treasure Island.
Letterkenny, An Grianán Theatre
8pm – €25
Jim is a four-time Grammy-nominated comedian, actor, writer, producer, two-time New York Times best-selling author, Emmy-winning touring performer, and multi-platinum-selling recording artist. He is known around the world for his unique brand of humour and will this year release his unprecedented seventh stand-up special, Quality Time, with Amazon making history as their first original comedy special. On the silver screen, 2019 will also be Gaffigan’s biggest year with an astonishing ten films scheduled for release.
Malin, Malin Presbyterian Church, Lagg
8pm – €10
Inishowen Traditional Music Project is delighted to stage its Summer Concert Series for a second year at Malin (Lagg) Presbyterian Church. One of Inishowen’s best known fiddlers Ciaran Tourish will headline the first of the series of concerts with Buncrana songwriter Kevin Doherty on guitar and vocals. The event will take place in this beautiful setting on the banks of Trawbeaga Bay.
An Fál Carach/Falcarragh, An tSean-Bheairic
8pm – FREE
The ever convivial Falcarragh Visitor Centre hosts a special festival programme of some of the finest traditional and contemporary music, spoken word and visual arts from Cloughaneely and further afield served up in an intimate, family-friendly, café setting.
Letterkenny, Café Davitt
8pm – €5
Stephen James Smith is a Dublin poet and playwright central to the rise of the vibrant spoken word scene in Ireland today. His debut collection, Fear Not, published by Arlen House, was launched in September 2018 in Dublin at Poetry Ireland. Currently collection, Fear Not with Laois Arts Office, his poetry is included on the syllabus at Western Connecticut State University and his work has been translated into multiple languages. His poetry videos have amassed over 2.5 million views.
Earagail Arts Festival is funded by Arts Council Ireland, Donegal County Council, Wild Atlantic Way and Fáilte Ireland