Arklow Culture Crawl on Culture Night Friday 23rd September

Arklow Music and Arts are delighted to curate and manage the Arklow Culture Crawl on Culture Night, which is part of the National Culture Night programme of activities and FREE to the public and is supported by Wicklow Arts Office and funded by the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme provided by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport, and Media.

The night will feature musicians, bands, artists, poets, actors and more, you will be led through the streets of Arklow stopping off at cultural and historic sites along the way to soak up all that’s on offer. Join us for a magical journey around Arklow and sample a taste of the amazing talent that exists locally in Arklow.

Events kick off at 6.50pm where people will meet at St. Saviour’s Church on the Coolgreaney Road and set off at 7pm sharp and finishing at 11pm. Make sure to bring your walking shoes and suitable clothing!

The line-up of artists include:  Devin Reardon, Crinniu conducted by Rosari Kinsella, Suantrai Choir conducted by Sarah Clancy, Tommy Breen  and The Cailini, A Chairde – Geraldine Hamilton, Mary Graham, Kathryn Noone, Tony Byrne Percussionist, Aaron T Bone Jazz Guitarist, Arklow Revival Gospel Choir, Dynamics conducted by Jennifer Lee, Cor na hAbhann conducted by Jennifer Lee, Wicklow Miners CCE Trad Group, Avril O’ Toole, Fionn and Roisin Vigors, The Kinsella’s, Kate O’Sullivan Poetry & Drama Recital, Eleanor O’ Reilly, Haiku Demonstration (Japanese Poetry), Niki Purcell (Artist), Ann Marie Williams  Graphic Designer, Robin James Hunt Scottish Folk Singer, Arklow Pipeband, Christine Dunne Firmo and Richard Dunne, Sean Fox, Bri Elle Finn and Pat Power.

Venues being visited include: St. Saviour’s Church, The Corner House, Tom’s Lane, Arklow Christian Community Church (Old Nun’s Chapel, St. Mary’s Road), Ormonde Cinema, Arklow Library, The Bandstand Arklow Town Centre, Bradshaw’s Lane and Arklow Golf Club.

A FREE bus will be available from 9:30pm outside MC MULLANS  to bring people from the library to The Arklow Golf Club at the end of the walk. Check out details on or


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