Situated in the historic village of Courtown Harbour just a stones throw from the harbour and beaches is the Shipyard Inn. A short distance from the busy Wexford town of Gorey, it´s the perfect place for a quiet pint, a tasty meal or a lively music session or just to rest your feet for a while. You´ll always be sure of a warm, friendly welcome.
The genesis of Breaking Rainbows began as a conversation between artist Orla Barry and Wexford Arts Centre curator Catherine Bowe.
The Songs and Stories of the Dbuliners brings you the SONGS and STORY of Irelands most successful folk band-THE DUBLINERS.
Vladimir & Anton are back to wow audiences with more of their flamboyance, charm, wit and virtuosic skill.
David O'Doherty – the Aldi Bublé, the Ryanair Enya – is delighted to present an evening of his latest jokes and songs.
A man drifting through life, in 1920’s Paris, scraping by in dead end jobs and generally soaking up the rich underbelly of Parisian life, finds himself falling helplessly short and discovering a ve
John Coltrane is one of the most iconic figures jazz has ever produced and had an almost instantly recognizable tone and sound on tenor saxophone.
Billy Roche, award winning writer, playwright and renowned singer/songwriter returns to the Wexford Arts Centre with his red guitar tour with his brand of psychedelic folk.
This Little Piggy is a new interdisciplinary play for children aged 6+, featuring both live action and puppetry.
Kíla … beag! Rónán Ó Snodaigh and members of Kíla present Spirit of Samhain / Meon na Samhna