The Arts really has found a good home in Cavan
Music and drama like to take to the streets
Cavan presents three drama festivals annually: Shercock, Cavan and Maudabawn, while the eclectic Cavan Arts Festival takes place every May. Literature and a love of the spoken and written word is evidenced here as Cavan is home to many poets and writers.
Cavan is also host to two theatres – Ramor Theatre in Virginia and Townhall Cavan Arts Space in the historic Townhall building in Cavan town. www.cavanarts.ie
Cavan Arts Office offers a range of cultural arts events throughout County Cavan.
Award-winning museum in a beautiful Georgian building. Playground, Tea room, Events, World War 1 Trench Experience, 1916 Rising Experience, Peace Garden & Shop.
Genuine thatched Irish pub. An 18th century listed building full of old world charm, with live traditional music every Thursday night and Sunday afternoon. Impromptu sessions during the week also.
Free wi-fi, internet access, year round lectures, exhibitions and events for all the family.
Art Galleries and studios, culture centres, sculpture gardens, concerts, sessions, artist residencies and the County’s calendar of exhibitions, lectures and cultural exchanges ensures a vibrant year-round calendar of art and culture.
Here in County Cavan we know that great things happen when we celebrate the arts and encourage more people to participate.