Fringe Events

St Patricks Hall: Saturday 4th Capture 9

Traditional Cookery Demonstration with Richenda

Richenda Talbot is an award winning chef who will demonstrate how to cook and let you share

Flapjacks with Honey, Country Apple Cake & Irish Fruit Scones, Dublin Coddle, Irish Potato Cakes & Brotchan Foltchep         (Leek & Oatmeal broth)

Nickys Market – Saturday 4th

Healing from the Hedgerows.    A workshop hosted by the Medicine Garden, Hollywood.  Increase your knowledge of our local medicinal herbs and how this tradition can be used to enhance your health and  well-being.


All weekend – Till Monday 6th – Upper Green 11am to 7pm – A childrens traditional funfair


Victorian Carnival with Carousel






Mural Main Street: All year round

Work by local artist Michael Kunz, all based around the characters and locations of 1916, The very dedicated Kilcoole Tidy Town’s committee have approached the Kilcoole Heritage Group with their idea of creating a mural in the village to be a permanent feature to commemorate 1916. They have chosen a well known location in  in the centre of the village.

adrienne2Lusine Walled Garden: Outdoor Cinema – ‘I see His Blood’ short film followed by A terrible Beauty.Friday 3rd

9.45pm – 10.00pm         ‘I See His Blood’ – A Dance Film

I See His Blood.  A Dance Film conceived as a meditation on the Irish Nationalist rebellion of 1916 and on the conflict between love and sacrifice. Starring: Roisín Whelan, Kevin Malone, and Robbie Overson.  Directed by: Adrienne Brown and Eoghan O’Reilly

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10.00pm – 11.30pm     Kilcoole Outdoor Volta Cinema Presents ‘A Terrible Beauty’ . A Terrible Beauty is the story of the men and women of the Easter Rising in Dublin in 1916.  Irish and British, caught up in a conflict many did not understand and of the innocent men and boys, executed because of what transpired in The Battle of Mount Street Bridge.                                                                   Wrap up well, bring your own blanket & chair

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Shop Fronts: All Weekend

The shop fronts will go back in time with displays to commemorate the period

Main Street:  Sunday 5th June

Craft and Food Market– Road Closure in place

Music Sessions: All Weekend

Molly’s, Lee’s of Kilcoole & Byrne’s Irish House will host music and dance over the weekend including Bray & Roundwood Comhaltas during the day and late into the night

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