The Arts

really has found a good home in Cavan. Music and drama like to take to the streets.

For three years running, Cavan played host to the All Ireland Fleadh Cheoil – the World's largest Irish music festival.

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.

"TOO REAL FOR YOUR iPOD"

Here in County Cavan we know that great things happen when we celebrate the arts and encourage more people to participate.

www.cavanarts.ie

Cavan presents three drama festivals annually: Shercock, Cavan and Maudabawn, indeed many of the world's finest actors found their stage in County Cavan. Literature too and a love of the spoken and written word is evidenced as Cavan is home to award winning publishing houses, magazines and writers.

Cavan is also home to two theatres - Ramor Theatre in Virginia and the new Townhall Cavan Arts Space in the historic Townhall building in Cavan town.

 

Cavan Arts Office

Cavan County Council
Farnham Street, Cavan

Cavan Arts Office offers a range of cultural arts events throughout County Cavan.

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Cavan County Museum

Virginia Road, Ballyjamesduff

Award-winning museum in a beautiful Georgian building. Playground, tea room, events, WW1 Trench, shop and garden.

  • t: +353 49 854 4070
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Dotti was a Deer

Antiduff Rd, Ballyhaise

Dotti Was A Deer is a unique collection of lighthearted illustrative textile and paper prints by Cavan artist Jackie O’Neill.

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Johnston Central Library

Farnham St, Cavan

Free wi-fi, internet access, year round lectures, exhibitions and events for all the family.

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Michelle Boyle Artist

Garryross School, Virginia

Established artist often dealing with identity and the human condition.

  • t: 00353 49 854 2379
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Ramor Theatre

Main St, Virginia

Year round programme of events. Home to Livin’ Dred Theatre Co., and member of NOMAD.

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Richard Daly Crafts

Richard Daly Crafts,Pottahee, Ballinagh, Cavan

Beautiful pens, clocks and other gift ideas handcrafted in our Cavan workshop, using mainly native woods. Order online or instore.

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The Moth Magazine

Ardan Grange, Milltown, Belturbet

This quarterly arts & literature magazine features poetry, short fiction and artwork by established and up-and-coming writers and artists.

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Townhall Cavan Arts Space

Townhall St, Cavan

An exciting new arts venture. A celebration of life through art and a venue where audiences can enjoy events in all art-forms.

  • t: 353 87 149 7257
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