Mountshannon Arts Festival 2015
Nestled on the western banks of Lough Derg, the Mountshannon Arts Festival (formerly the Iniscealtra Festival of Arts) takes place every year in the village of Mountshannon in East Clare. Each May brings a new collection of exhibitions, performances and workshops to inspire and to entertain locals and visitors alike.
Rooted in the visual arts, the ethos of the Festival is to create access to works and exhibitions that would not be easy to find in a rural area while at the same time stimulating the creation of works and performances from within the local community.
Followed by World Music DJs Frank and Paul
Mountshannon Festival of Arts are delighted to welcome Kila, who will have us up and dancing from the moment they appear on stage.
Softly spoken off stage, complete lunatics on it, Kila have torn up the rulebook with their wantonly eclectic mix of styles, Brilliant! - Hot Press
Sunday 31st May €15.00
In their most dangerous show ever The Nualas break the mould they made previously with a deluge of new songs, higher harmonies, different keys and slightly shorter dresses, if that's possible! LOCK UP YOUR HUSBANDS. You have been warned.
Saturday 30th May €15.00
Written and performed by Noni Stapleton
An age old tale of female rivalry with a new twist: the other woman is a cow, a literal one, a purebred Charolais heifer.
A fast-paced, witty, and intensely emotional tale filled with laughter, loss and despair - Irish Times
Friday 29th May €12.00
Trio of violin, cello and guitar, bringing together elements of traditional Irish and Classical music. Their concert programmes feature arrangements of traditional Irish tunes coupled with their own compositions.
Sunday 24th May €12.00