- Kenmare’s inaugural ‘Theatre and Dining Small Roads Festival’ will be taking place October 6-17
- Tickets cost 15 per play
- Sheen Falls Courtyard Houses offering 7 night break from 695, 300 per townhouse for a two night stay.
Kenmare is hosting their first ‘Theatre and Dining Small Roads Festival’ between October 6-17, to celebrate the love of theatre, and the food available in Kenmare’s restaurants and cafes. Four plays will be held: ‘Shirley Valentine’ by Willy Russel, ‘Hay Fever’ by Noel Coward, ‘Over the Tavern’ by Tom Dudzick, and ‘Not the LIfe I Ordered’ by Festival Director Dezy Walls, over the course of the 12 day festival. Various participating restaurants will offer a pre-theatre dinner menu.
Tickets cost 15 per play and an early bird ticket for 50 will give entry into the four plays and ino the Festival Show Night on Monday October 17. Tickets can be purchased from the Carnegie Arts theatre Kenmare (online here, or at 064 6648701).
Dezy Walls, Festival Director said: “People have asked why we have called it the Small Roads Festival. It is because small roads lead to Kenmare and we want to show that you do not have to go to a major city to experience great dining and theatre because it is all here at this festival. Kenmare’s wonderful location at the gateway to the Iveragh and Beara, and just a short drive from the Dingle Peninsula, offers people an opportunity to experience breathtaking natural scenery by day before being entertained and dined at night.”
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