Waterford Artisan Market (WAM) is a weekly market showcasing local independent crafters, bakers, growers, photographers, artists, florists, and much more. Every Saturday 11am to 4pm at St. Patrick's Gateway Centre. A place to meet share your creative love for handmade and enjoy a complementary cuppa while you browse the amazing work of local traders.
Ad Hoc Chorale are back with more Movies and Musicals! With music from Disney & Bond, Godspell & Jekyll and Hyde, there is something for everyone. Save the date, Saturday 17th November 2018 at 8pm in St Patrick's Gateway Centre, Patrick Street, Waterford. Tickets are available to purchase from Choir Members before the night or on the door, but, hurry - Tickets are selling fast for €15/€10 Concession!Find out more »
Support some of Waterford's great singer songwriters on the 2nd Dec 2018 - only €5 at the door. A lot of good music for all to enjoy, and a night not to be missed! Snacks and tea/coffee provided on the night.
David Keenan is a songwriter like no other in Ireland right now. He’s an observationist with a finely tuned eye and an ear for a well-crafted tune. His songs channel the age-old bards...Find out more »
Is your child fond of magic? Do they like potion making? Are they a witch or wizard in training? Do they want to unveil the secrets of magic? If yes was your answer, then we have something for you! Put together by "Anyone 4 Science", is this February 2019 Mid-Term Break's very own "Harry Potter Science Camp". Here, budding witches and wizards can reveal the science behind the magic of Potions, Blood Recipes, Invisible Ink, Chemistry fun. All this and…
“We’re back!” Jack Cunningham Productions are returning to St. Patrick’s Gateway for another night of classic musical theatre. They have recently just finished a fantastic run of Little Shop of Horrors in Garter Lane that received rave reviews from audience members and critic’s. Our first concert last year, Waterford’s West End, was a huge sell out success and we are back this year once again and it promises to be even better! The Music of the Night features some of…Find out more »
https://youtu.be/uh5q4shT-gI Waterford based group ‘Strange Fruit’ play St Patrick’s Gateway Centre, Waterford on Friday 10th May, starting at 08:00pm. Featuring the stunning vocals of lead singer Bobbie Carey, the band also includes solo recording artist Suzanne Rowe on piano & accordion, Paul Grant, long time guitarist with late Liam Clancy on guitar, bluegrass player Gerry Madden on mandolin and Ritchie McDonald pulling up the bottom end on bass and vocals. Covering a range of music from traditional to folk, jazz…Find out more »
Chart-toppin’ Nashville-based Kristy Cox, Australia’s biggest bluegrass & country music export, is on quite the roll, and she’s rolling right into Waterford. Capturing attention with her powerful singing style, youthful energy-infused bluegrass, and song writing acumen, she continues to enjoy radio & television success in both the US and in her native Australia where she’s a multi award-winning Australian Country Music Awards Golden Guitar recipient – most recently she picked up the 2019 Golden Guitar for Bluegrass Album of the…Find out more »
On this Friday, May 17th at 8pm in St. Patrick's Gateway Centre, Patrick Street, Waterford. Experience the musical talents of High Hopes Choir, Soul Song, Dordán Intonations, Enchant & more. Tickets are €5, sold at the door or the Deise Animal Sanctuary Shop in Waterford. All donations go towards the upkeep of Deise Animal Sanctuary.
Come join us at St. Patrick's Gateway Centre on the 22nd May 2019 at 8pm for Temple College Chorale & Austin College Choir from Texas, U.S.A with special guests, Waterford City Comhaltas. You'll be able to hear popular songs and melodies including traditional folk songs, operetta choruses, sing-alongs and foot-tapping Irish tunes. It's free entry and any donations given on the night will go towards the https://www.touchinghearts.ie/ fundraiser for kids with physical and learning disabilities.Find out more »