Ranelagh Arts Festival

Various Locations, Thursday 16th September - Sunday 26th September

After a year’s absence due to the covid19 pandemic; Ranelagh Arts Festival is back this September (16th September – 26th September). Ranelagh Arts
Festival has been running for seventeen years and as a charity supports local community and the arts. It has been a horrendous eighteen months for the arts and performing arts and we are delighted to shine a light on local and national talent and provide a platform for people to enjoy the arts once again.

Our incredible lineup includes Suzanne Savage (singer/songwriter), Dublin Ukulele Collective, plays by StageScreen Classes, Howie The Rookie by
Mark O’Rowe, a one man comedy play by waterford actor Darren Malone, two short film screenings in connection with the stella cinema in the Devlin,
Plein Air and several historical walks and book readings with authors Ronan Sheehan and Kealan Ryan.

Ranelagh Arts is a charity organisation completely run by a volunteer board and supported by TUS workers, volunteers, local businesses and the
community. Recently Ranelagh Arts was provided a new venue at no 6 Ranelagh by Dublin City Council who are the main sponsor of Ranelagh Arts.

We are indebted to Dublin City Council, our wonderful TUS workers and volunteers. Without them the show would not go on.

Thursday 16th September - Sunday 26th September
Ranelagh, Dublin, Ireland

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