Tea-time concert in Heritage Council HQ

From Kilkenny’s medieval origins, the construction of Kilkenny’s historic buildings, The Duke of Ormonde and Kilkenny Castle, witches, plague and floods, all are invited to enjoy an overview of the history of Kilkenny through music on October 18 at 6pm in the Heritage Council headquarters on the grounds of St Canice’s Cathedral.

From Kilkenny’s medieval origins, the construction of Kilkenny’s historic buildings, The Duke of Ormonde and Kilkenny Castle, witches, plague and floods, all are invited to enjoy an overview of the history of Kilkenny through music on October 18 at 6pm in the Heritage Council headquarters on the grounds of St Canice’s Cathedral.

Featuring a mix of traditional and classical music including many well-known tunes such as The Last Rose of Summer, Greensleeves and O’Carolan’s Concerto, Kilkenny-based musician Laoise O’Brien will be joined by harpist Clare McCague and world bodhrán champion Aimee Farrell-Courtney for this performance.

Tickets are €10/€8 (concessions) and are available from 087 2877831 or at the door. The concert is supported by the Heritage Council of Ireland.