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2017 was a busy year for Wexford jazz drummer Kevin Lawlor with sell out performances in Wexford Library and Wexford Arts Centre during the Opera Fringe festival as well as several themed shows fo
This course is designed to introduce the participant to the various types of dry-laid walls that we have in Ireland. From different types of stone to different types of walls, participants will lea
Who is it for: Adults who wish they could sing (absolute beginners to improvers, all ages welcome)
When: Sunday April 15th 10.30 to 5.30
Participants will learn how to prep and paint furniture as well as furniture techniques including decoupage, glazing, distressing and most importantly how to plan a design for a piece.
Ethical hunter Neil will teach people how to skin, butcher and cook wild rabbit and fish.
€75 per participant.
Making clothing in early Medieval times was very labour intensive and required skills that took many years to perfect.
Join Claire O’Brien as she introduces you to the wonderful art of Stained Glass.
GUIDED TOUR OF WEXFORD WILDFOWL RESERVE WEEKDAYS AT 3
- Guided Tours (3pm Monday to Friday) -
Relax and spend a day in the mindful experience of learning the traditional skills of Bodgers (skilled woodworkers who used green timber) under the guidance of master craftsman Tommy Kelly from Bev
Florence and the Uffizi Gallery
Wednesday 18th April @ 8.30pm
Saturday 21st April @ 3pm
As a traditional musician with expertise in Piedmont and Delta Blues as well as Southern Appalachian fiddle and banjo traditions, Ainslie has specialized in performing and presenting programs on th