The line-up for Boyle Arts Festival 2023 is now complete and tickets for a further selection of events will go on sale from Thursday, June 1st at 9am.
Simply visit www.boylearts.com to purchase tickets for the following events.
Children’s Theatre with Jay Ryan – ‘The Musicians of Bremen Town’ in King House – Fri. July 21st
Ollie Grace – Folklore and music ‘The Importance of Being Irish’ in Frybrook – Sat. July 22nd
Film: ‘Ann’ (15A) followed by Q. & A. with the production team in King House – Sat. July 22nd
Film: ‘The Hitman’ (18) followed by Q. & A. in King House – Mon. July 24th
Kathy Donaghy – Reading from ‘Finding My Wild’ in King House – Tues. July 25th
Mick Mulvey – Discussion: ‘How North Connacht 39;s Migrant Builders Contributed to Post-War London’ in King House – Tues. July 25th
Rachel Lavin – Talk and discussion with the journalist in King House – Wed. July 26th
Drama with The Breffni Players and Charles McGuinness in St. Joseph’s Hall – Wed. July 26th
Boyle Singers with Lorraine Murphy in The Crescent Bar – Wed. July 26th
Vona Groarke – Poetry reading in Frybrook – Thurs. July 27th
King House Piano Commission Concert – Classics and Premieres with Peter Regan – Fri. July 28th
Moylurg Writers with Stephen Murphy in Feelystone – Sat. July 29th
There are further details and tickets for other events on www.boylearts.com and please keep an eye out for our information flyers too.
Tickets for the remaining events will go on sale in the coming weeks and will also be available from the BAF Information office, which will open in July.
BAF 2023 will open on Thursday July 20th and continue until Saturday July 29th.
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Boyle Arts Festival is supported by The Arts Council, Local Sponsors, Roscommon Co. Council and Fáilte Ireland. BAF is also supported by the Roscommon Co. Council Creative Ireland Programme