The Castle-Lake Arts Festival at Johnstown Castle

Johnstown Castle, County Wexford, Ireland

 

For One Night Only!

‘International singing sensation Camille O’Sullivan headlines the event, which also includes the world-premiere of a short-film ‘Sequah’, written by Wexford’s own Billy Roche.’

 

The Castle-Lake Arts Festival takes place Saturday, August 7 on the stunning grounds of the Johnstown Castle, Estate, Museum and Gardens Co. Wexford.  The programme will include a variety of unique outdoor performances and signals the return to major live outdoor performances. International singing sensation Camille O’Sullivan headlines the event, which also includes the world-premiere of a short-film Sequah, written by Wexford’s own Billy Roche, as well as alternative folk band Corner Boy, vintage harmony trio The Ivy Sisters, Sax quartet Saxology plus theatre, dance and pop-up events.

 

The gates will open at 6:00 pm and the public can then meander through the park towards the main performance area whilst encountering a variety of pop-up acts along the way, including an interactive croquet match, masked corps de Ballet and Colclough/Alcock Dual re-enactment.  Full Covid-19 health and safety procedures will be observed leading up to and during the event.  

 

And in true ‘Festival-style’ audiences are invited to bring their own picnics and blankets/portable seating to complete the occasion.  Johnstown Castle will also have catering services available for people to enjoy.

 

Castle-Lake Arts Festival - Johnstown Castle Estate
Picture: Patrick Browne

 

Tickets are €25 and €20 for members of Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum and Gardens and can be purchased online at https://johnstowncastle.rezgo.com/   Tickets are limited.  In keeping with Covid-19 health and safety guidelines, tickets must be purchased in pods of 2, 4 or 6.  Over 18s only.

 

For booking and more details visit www.johnstowncastle.rezgo.com  

For the most up to date information, follow Castle-Lake Arts Festival on social media.

 

Castle-Lake Arts Festival is kindly supported by Wexford County Council.

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