Thank you / Save the Date for 2024

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Lisa O'Neill performing in An Grianan Theatre as part of the Earagail Arts Festival on Sunday afternoon.

We invite you to save the date for Earagail Arts Festival 2024.

We are pleased to officially announce our dates for the 2024 festival with some highlights of the 2023 programme and hope you can join us on the Wild Atlantic Way again next year from 13 – 28 July 2024.

Footage Contributions: Colm Herron (LUXE – The Seas Above – Buncrana), Bob Gallagher & The Henry Girls (Home with The Henry Girls), ANIAR Film & TV Productions (Lisa O’Neill, Na Casaidigh, Usher’s Island, Flook, Fidil, The Campbells – A Celebration, Aidan O’Rourke) Alan McLaughlin (Arn., Lorenzo Baronchelli, 51 Removals, Anna Mieke, Kanta Dab Dab), Charlie Joe Doherty (RAMP – Rathmullan Music Project), Iain Miller – Unique Ascent (Ashton), Liz Roche Company (Yes and Yes), TG4 (Bród na Gaeltachta), Gearóid Ó Maonaigh (Na Mic Ua gCorra, Courtesy of Eriú), Neil McGrory (ARCHIVE 23, Courtesy of Inishowen Traditional Music Project,, Linda Keating (Cosán Thoraí), John D Ruddy (Fadó Fadó), Peter Martin (LUXE – The Seas Above, Árainn Mhór).

Here is a message from CEO & Artistic Director, Paul Brown, on behalf of the festival board and staff.

It has been a joyous journey as we reached out to more of Donegal than ever before. From the islands of the Gaeltacht to the lowlands of East Donegal and the hills of Inishowen, Donegal has shone brightly with great artwork once again.

A very special thanks goes out to all the artists. Each and every one of you were the stars of the show and to the EAF team who worked to make this year’s festival a wonderful reality, to Edel Corcoran, Seán Feeny, Seamus Coyle, Sharon McMenamin, Marion Paugam, Kevin Murray, Kathleen Bonner, Clodagh Hughes Mc Ivor and all our volunteers….take a bow.

A huge thanks to all our curators and partners, venues, crew and technicians, to our chair Meabh Uí Chonnachain, and company secretary Eunan Kelly and to all our Board of Directors who have given their time so freely in their care of the organisation.

And last but not least to all the audiences, participants and citizen artists without whom Earagail Arts Festival would simply not exist, we look forward to seeing you again in 2024.”

Please also check out some pictorial highlights from this year’s festival in our new Gallery and be sure to sign up to our Newsletter, not to miss any important festival news!

Earagail Arts Festival is proudly supported by Donegal County Council, Arts Council Ireland and Wild Atlantic Way

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