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Narrow Water Arts Festival

Various, Newry, County Down, BT35 3EY
Narrow Water Arts Festival

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We are excited to announce our Midsummer Festival. We have three thrilling days full of concerts and workshops with something for everyone to enjoy! We are grateful to Newry based, The McAllister Group and Arts & Business NI for their generous financial support. Have a look at what is on offer and book early to avoid disappointment.

 

Friday 14 June 2024 | 7.30pm - 9pm

Opening Concert with Ciaran Hinds and NI Opera

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Saturday 15 June 2024 | 11am - 12noon

Baby Maestros!

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Saturday 15 June 2024 | 1pm - 1.45pm & 2pm - 2.45pm 

Djembe Drumming

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Saturday 15 June 2024 | 3.30pm - 5.30pm 

The Fews Ensemble

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