Still can’t make up your mind as to what to take in at Savour Kilkenny this year? Here’s another few events to get you thinking.
As the curtain falls on 2016’s Food On The Edge, early bird tickets for the 2017 event are available until December 31st with a 25% saving on booking two days.
Looking for a few alternatives to your bog standard pasta dishes in the kitchen? Break out the prawns, the spices and loads of garlic and try one of these recipes for World Pasta Day.
For book lovers, beer lovers and food lovers in general, there’s loads on offer at Savour Kilkenny this October bank holiday weekend.
The Tilt Of The Earth, the sixth studio album from Dublin-based Barry McCormack (formerly Jubilee Allstars), was released on Friday 21 October 2016.
The Market Kitchen Cafe are bringing their pop-up restaurant treats to Mullins Mill in Kilkenny for a tasty five-course treat on the October bank holiday weekend.
Lisdoonvarna opens its doors to food lovers for the Burren Food Fayre this coming October bank holiday weekend.
Ireland’s Mark Moriarty handed the baton of Young Chef of the Year over to USA’s Mitch Lienhard at the grand final of the San Pellegrino Young Chef awards for 2016.
The Dublin-based takeaway chain was named as Best Takeaway Indian while the Chicken Tikka Masala (pictured) was declared Ireland’s favourite takeaway dish.
There’s plenty of food events to throw yourself into around Ireland before the year is out – so I’ve gathered up some of the best in a handy list.
Once upon a time I was in love with the idea of running a dedicated food blog called Any Given Food. These days, not so much.
The EatYard, a “new and innovative street food market space” is on the lookout for food vendors for their new location beside The Bernard Shaw.
If you’ve had that niggling urge to get a book written, or have a story worth telling then the Mercier Press Fiction Competition might be for you.
With an Irish tour spanning October and November, Monkeyshine Theatre’s Jim Jobson chats about their latest production ‘Voyage’ before it sets sail around Ireland.
The one where I chat to Cora Fenton to find out about the magic of Fred & Alice and how it’s still going after around 150 shows.
A selection of stills from a promotional shoot for Translations (Brian Friel) staged by Barnstorm Theatre Company in a co-production with Watergate Productions.
Continuing a good run of theatre chats, I catch up with Rebecca Vaughan of Dyad Productions who have been touring works to Ireland for a number of years, Dalloway being their latest.
Orla Murphy’s ‘spellbinding’ Remember To Breathe is concluding its Irish tour with a stint at the Watergate Theatre Kilkenny. Find out about the show here.
If you’ve ever planned on running a marathon, first-timer Alan Butler has some sage words of advice when it comes to the training and preparation involved. Bonus if you’re fundraising.
If you’re in the mood for comedy in Kilkenny, Niamh Moroney’s ‘PULLED’ is brash, brazen, and brimming with it. Runs in Set Theatre 29 September – 1 October.