Booking

This year’s Festival has a very limited in-person audience and tickets are now sold out apart from a few for the Festival concerts on the Friday & Saturday evenings. However, you can still buy tickets for a high-quality live stream for all events which will also give you exclusive access to the event for two weeks after the Festival.

For those attending in-person, parking & refreshments will be available.

Click below to book for in-person tickets for the Friday & Saturday Festival Concerts or scroll down for live stream tickets.


Livestream Tickets

Tickets for the two afternoons of talks & discussions are €20 while the concert is €12. A bundle costing €40 is available at the checkout for bookings of all three livestream events.

Black ’47 Talks & Discussions including Bob Geldof’s Film

Saturday 6th August

2-6pm

Festival Concert: ‘Thus She Shall Go to the Stars’

Saturday 6th August

8.30pm

1922 Talks & Discussions

Sunday 7th August

2-6pm


Full Festival Programme

Friday 5th August – 6.30pm

Festival Concert

by Jessie Kennedy & the Celestial Quartet ‘Thus she shall go to the stars’ inspired by the life of Agnes Clerke

Saturday 6th August – 2-6pm

Black ’47

To mark 175 years since the worst year of the Famine, we will have a specially pre-recorded reading by Bob Geldof and live talks and a panel discussion with historians Professor Breandán Mac Suibhne, Professor Melissa Fegan, Dr Charles Read & artist John Kelly.

Saturday 6th August – 8.30pm

Second performance of Festival Concert

by Jessie Kennedy & the Celestial Quartet ‘Thus she shall go to the stars’ inspired by the life of Agnes Clerke

Sunday 7th August – 2-6pm

West Cork in 1922 – the Bandon Valley killings

Talks and panel discussion with Dr Gemma Clarke, Don Wood, Dr Andy Bielenberg & Professor Brian Walker

Atlantic Sea Kayaking History Tour

Book for our history-themed tour of Castlehaven Bay via the Atlantic Sea Kayking website here, selecting the 11am tour on 5 August.

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