Come and join The Henry Girls for a real experience of County Donegal from 22nd – 26th July 2024.
Photo Credit: Y-Control Photography
UPDATE (Monday 20th December 2023): This event is now fully booked. There will, however, still be bursaries available (more information below). Please sign up to our newsletter HERE to be notified when the application process for these opens.
Based in their home region of the rugged and beautiful Inishowen peninsula, Lorna, Karen and Joleen will be your hosts for 5 days of songwriting, traditional pub sessions and concerts.
Join us in the stunning surroundings of Ireland’s northernmost village of Malin, where The Henry Girls will explore the necessary tools and skills for inspiring and facilitating the craft of song writing, arranging and performing.
All levels of experience welcome, some musical knowledge preferred, suitable for ages 16+ (Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian for the duration of the residency). We advise participants should arrive in the area on Sunday 21st July.
The cost for the residency is €350 which includes:
- 5-day workshop fees
- Lunch each day
- Admission to The Henry Girls concert during Earagail Arts Festival 2024
- Admission to the Inishowen Traditional Music Project concert during Earagail Arts Festival 2024
*Please note: the fee does not include accommodation, evening meals and other optional activities. For further information e-mail email@example.com
If you are planning take trip along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, before or after your week in Donegal, be sure to visit Discover Ireland to plan your journey, accommodation and activities.
Please note that sponsored residency places will again be offered to participants who might otherwise be unable to attend due to a variety of reasons including, but not limited to, financial constraints. An invitation to submit an application for these places will be announced at a later date.
Earagail Arts Festival is committed to supporting the inclusion and skills development of people from different ethnic backgrounds, people with a disability and those from rural communities.
Earagail Arts Festival is kindly supported by Donegal County Council, The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon & Wild Atlantic Way