Culture Night / Oíche Chultúir 2022, the one night for all, each autumn, to come out and celebrate the diversity of culture in Ireland together, will take place on Friday, 23rd September.
Gather your family, grab your friends or even head out on your own, and enjoy Culture Night’s rich and diverse programme of FREE events.
Performers from Cork Circus Factory wowing kids from the National Performing Arts School, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, and Director of the Arts Council, Maureen Kennelly, at the Sugar Club, reminding everyone, everywhere to come out, discover and celebrate all that is our culture today when Culture Night returns with 1,700+ events take place in venues across Ireland.
Events are happening late into the night from art to architecture, culture to comedy, music to museums, handcrafting to heritage, sport to science, film to fashion, dance, literature and much more. Culture Night is a truly special occasion and the perfect opportunity to visit a venue, try something new or make your return to the cultural scene in a safe and easy way.
Feature image: Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD with Aurora Lea and on left Director of the Arts Council, Maureen Kennelly with performers Chloe Commins, Circus Factory Cork Pitch’d Festival , Gregorio Richter, Circus Factory Cork Pitch’d Festival and children from left Nova Farrelly, Vega Farrelly, Kyron-Hunter Meegan and Koda-Parker Meegan.
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