In this, the sixth year of the Strings & Things Festival, the committee has aimed to provide a variety of music, theatre, circus, art exhibitions and lots of other things we hope you will enjoy. The annual festival is always a fantastic opportunity to catch up with neighbours and old school friends for a bit of music and a bit of craic but please act responsibly to ensure the survival of our lovely festival.
Each year the festival costs close to €10,000 to run but the incredible support, through fundraising received from the local community and local businesses has allowed the committee to continue to provide a high quality and varied programme. The Grand Prize Draw will be held on the final night of the festival and we ask that you would support our ticket sellers during the festival. May the Gods be with us for a safe and successful festival.
While we thank sincerely our main sponsors we would like to thank those who took part in all our fundraising efforts and all others who have helped and supported the committee.
Great line up promised again this year in ‘The Old School House’and The River Stage.
Lisa O’Neill coming all the way from Cavan will be joining some of our local talents, Cider Wasps,New Foundland and The Gypsy Fish. Watch our Facebook page for updates
Great event, hopefully an annual event. Winners Mark Cunningham and Josh Fitzgerald
Clare Sands Returns
With a fiddle in one hand and a guitar in the other, Cork based Clare Sands is a 23 year old musician, songwriter and composer. She performs in a variety of genres, her own material being a unique amalgamation of Folk, Trad, Jazz & Blues. Clare released her debut album ‘Join Me At The Table‘ to critical acclaim in late 2016 ‘Beautiful. Really great sounds’ (RTE Radio One) and has been touring extensively with renowned Irish artists Luka Bloom, Mick Flannery, Jack L, and Mary Coughlan all over Ireland and Europe following its release. She plays the Strings & Things festival this coming June with a two other multi-talented musicians. Their eclectic music is not to be missed.