Soak up Killorglin’s
Local Arts & Culture Scene
Considering its glorious natural setting, it should come as no surprise that Killorglin has a thriving arts and culture scene.
The local creative scene is laid-back and fun-loving offering great experiences for locals and tourists… From the Killorglin Pantomime Group, Live music performances, Pauline Bewick Seven Ages – Kerry Collection to annual cultural events and festivals.
Killorglin CYMS HallThe Killorglin CYMS Hall provides a multi-functional Community Hall, catering for all sectors of the community, including two meeting rooms, a 340 seat venue for events with theatre-style seating/large screen and used for markets, large meetings, panto, drama, dancing classes, or whatever the community requires. They have a Snooker Room with 2 full-size snooker tables, citizens info office, weekly bingo and much more. Their aims are for an open door centre, catering for all needs of the local community in a safe environment for all ages.
St. Patrick's Parade KillorglinWe celebrate our national day here in Killorglin on March 17th annually. The parade starts from The Fishery at 1 pm, makes it way up the Main Street and then onto Library Place where there's entertainment for all the family.
K-FESTK-FEST, a dynamic arts festival with an emphasis on emerging artists, hosts more than 60 events in addition to a gallery trail, including live music performances by dozens of up-and-coming bands and musicians, as well as spoken word, drama, comedy, short films, street entertainment, and activities for kids and families. The festival normally takes place over the June Bank Holiday weekend but due to the pandemic it's now taking place on the October Bank Holiday weekend - 22nd to 25th 2021 subject to government guidelines.
Killorglin has a wealth of talent...
Our arts sector is rich and diverse. From the exclusive gallery showcasing Pauline Bewick's Kerry Collection to the annual K-FEST. Simply navigate through our highlights using the scroll button!
The Kerry Collection of 250 works is on permanent display at Library Place, Killorglin.
Killorglin CYMS Hall
CYMS Community Hall, Mill Road, Killorglin Co. Kerry
Various locations around Killorglin Town
Killorglin is home Of some oF The regions best arts and cultural events
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Celebrating our heritage, culture, creativity & the arts...
Throughout the year the town also celebrates Heritage Week and Culture Night with a number of events that showcase our heritage, culture, creativity and the arts.
National Heritage Week celebrates all things heritage related. It brings together communities and cultural institutions, academics and enthusiasts, to build awareness about the value of heritage and support its conservation.
Killorglin plays host to some heritage events which take place at the Killorglin Library, Library Place, Killorglin. Read more here.
Culture Night 2021
Wrap up in culture, as venues and public spaces across the island of Ireland open their doors to host a programme of free late-night entertainment, as part of an all-island celebration of arts, heritage and culture. Returning for its 17th year on Friday 17 September 2021. Read more at culturenight.ie/events/kerry.
Creative Ireland Kerry
Creative Ireland Kerry, based at the Arts Office at Kerry County Council is a programme which supports and communicates Kerry’s unique creative sector. It resources and values the central role of creativity across all sectors of society and works to promote a greater cultural, social and economic impact in the county.
The Arts Office of Kerry County Council helps nurture artists creativity. Read more about how they can help your club, group or organisation here.