By John Carney A MIXTURE of sheep dung and poteen left a German comedian with a bad taste in his mouth at this year’s Lady of the Lake Festival in Irvinestown. Last Wednesday a large crowd turned out at Castle Irvine Estate, Necarne, for the Fair Day where the World Sheep Dung Spitting contest took centre stage. The event had […]
Irvinestown festival has Joe spitting dung with joy!
The Lady of the Lake Festival returns this weekend.
Save the date, Fermanagh Live is back!
Culture fans across Fermanagh in for a real Autumn treat
Derrylin Candlelight Cabaret showcases ‘amazing talent’
“Superheroes worked in rain-soaked conditions but we were ready to showcase the amazing talent that we had lined up.”
Derrylin festival aims to bring ‘drama’ back
The festival will feature lots of local talent.
Music Focus: Stellar line-up at Bundoran festival
NOW IN its eighth year, Bundoran’s ‘Sea Sessions’ returns with a strong line-up in June.
Reliving Oscar Wilde’s days at Portora
AN EVENT that will hold significant interest for local people during the inaugural ‘Wilde Weekend’ festival next month is a talk involving local author, Heather White. The Enniskillen woman has written a book ‘Forgotten Schooldays’ which looks at the former Portoran’s time at the school, and a talk with Jarlath Killeen (TCD) at the school […]
Belleek set to welcome the ‘barges’
THE past six months have been busy for a selection of committed Belleek residents who have been preparing for the inaugural ‘Belleek Water Festival’, which starts next week.
Gerry McCann festival on the way
THE HIGHLIGHT of the 12th annual Gerry Mc Cann traditional Irish music weekend which takes place in Irvinestown on Friday 21, Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 March will be the Michael Coleman fiddle workshop from 2pm-4pm in Mahon’s Hotel on the Sunday.
Fermanagh Live festival launch night
This year, musician Pat McManus returns, as does Vladimir Jablokov. Big names new this year include BBC’s ‘mentalist’ David Meade.