Visiting Saltee Island was a pleasure, but it is the time to return and check out what we have missed while we were away. There are some street scenes and the events that took place in Clonmel and Waterford.
Clonmel Junction festival is the most eventful week in July, filled with live music, street performance, theatre and visual art. Installations of the works A Child for sale by a world renowned artist and Kilsheelan resident Gottfried Helnwein could be seen in various places in the streets of Clonmel.
In my blog post Cry for the Last Child, I wrote about Gottfried and his beautiful castle. His granddaughters Croí and Éala are regular models for his paintings.
Lords of Strut – very talented and very positive comedians from Cork gave a brilliant performance in Clonmel.
‘Over styled and under dressed’, silly but charming characters Strut brothers Sean and Seamus, won the hearts of young and old with their hilarious show, acrobatics, satire and dance.
The streets of Waterford were not always as deserted as you might think after looking at this picture.
Historical reenactment of 1916 Easter Rising gathered quite a crowd and took us a hundred years back.
There is a video of the Reenactment I found on Youtube – I even caught a glimpse of myself in it 🙂
All sorts of transportation in The Quay, side by side. I love this street, and I think that most of my Waterford pictures were taken there.
Irish United Nations Veteran meeting was held in Cathedral Square, just a minute walk from The Quay. Thank you for your service!
Waterford Spraoi festival is one of a kind. Theatre, music, art, dance and much more is happening in the streets of Waterford on the first weekend of August. Here is my Spraoi 2015 post. I will share only a few pictures this time.
Spraoi orchestra string quartet.
Morbid&Sons, a brand new undertaker business. Way to go, guys!
Tango for all! Dance until dark!
The sun is setting down and it looks like we are having a rainy day tomorrow 🙂
Melting gold of the setting sun flows behind the horizon. Darkness comes instead.
It is a perfect time to see the famous Spraoi monsters in the streets of Waterford City…
… and listen to the monster style music 🙂
Don’t be afraid of Spraoi monsters. They are a little bit crazy, but all they want is to have fun. The only really scary and ugly thing in this world is hate.
Thank you for stopping by and for your interest in Ireland. In my next blog post, we will return to the Ocean and take a very unusual walk 🙂
Have a wonderful weekend!