34th Brú Ború Summer Season Commences Tonight


The 34th Brú Ború Summer Season commences tonight.  The much-acclaimed show of Irish traditional entertainment has over the years attracted thousands of admirers from all over Ireland and many tourists from abroad both for the beautiful venue at the foot of the Rock of Cashel and the excellent quality of the performers on stage. Following on from the stage show, performers and visitors mingle in the Teach Ceoil for some more entertainment where visitors can dance a jig, sing a song or play a tune and avail of tea/coffee and scone or the adjacent full bar service.

On Tuesday July 16th the Show will be staged at the Source Arts Centre in Thurles as part of the Munster Fleadh being held in the Cathedral town from July 14th until July 20th.  

Úna Ó Murchú produces the show which will feature accordionist Bobby Gardiner, Harpist Mary Kelly singer Tadhg Maher and the best of local Comhaltas talent performing traditional music and dance.

Brú Ború also incorporates the “Sounds of History” cultural exhibition. The subterranean chambers, seven metres underground at the base of the famous Rock of Cashel, echo the story of Ireland from ancient times to the present day.The Show will be staged until late August on each Wednesday and Thursday night, starting at 8:30pm. There are special rates for groups and pre-show dinner can also be booked in advance. Contact 062 61122 or [email protected] or book tickets online at this link here.