Here is is the final SeaFest menu. All local and lovingly prepared. And to top it off, you can feed the kids for a fiver!
Did we tell you? Kids under 12 get into the SeaFest music gigs for FREE! So no need to book babysitters, unless of course you’re looking for a kids free evening.
Not a problem. A shuttle will be running from the Tesco carpark in Letterkenny to Rathmullan. Departure is 7:30pm with return at 12midnight, both Friday 22nd June and Saturday 23rd June. The cost is €4 per person each way. To pre-book contact John Kelly on 087 222 0533.
The list of Donegal craft people appearing at SeaFest is an impressive one indeed. Pop into the Battery in Rathmullan on Saturday and Sunday to see stunning work from: Martin Gallagher Furniture, Michael Parkinson Furniture, PJ Patton Metalwork, Karen O’Kane Textiles, Joanne Gamble Jewellery, Brian McGee Ceramics, Rosie Moloney Jewellery, Niomi Fluery Papercraft, Hannah McGuinness Jewellery, Sharon McGinley Textiles, Isobel Sangha Soap. Brian McGee […]
Catch them Friday evening at 9pm with Leila Keaney. Here’s their new video, a brilliant cover of Elvis Costello’s Watching the Detectives.
The by now classic film of Irish big wave surfing, Waverider, is being screened on SeaFest Saturday at 7pm in the Battery in Rathmullan with surf legend and star of the film, Richie Fitzgerald, in attendance. Never seen the film? Here’s the trailer.
That’s right, free, as in gratis. From the vintage fair and beach games to the watersports taster sessions – all of it no spondoolocks required. Unfortunately, we still have to charge for the SeaFest food, but not very much. You can now download the full programme from the website and start planning your SeaFest weekend. […]
So says the lead music critic of the The Scottish Herald, Rob Adams, who caught the band’s Glasgow debut. His full review is below. Sounds like he had a great time. You will too … at SeaFest.
The Swilly Seals Swimming Club will be running an open water swimming competition at SeaFest on Sunday 24 June at 5pm. Courses will be set just off Rathmullan Beach with Under 12s competing over 100 metres, Under 16s over 400 metres, and the Open category over 1500 metres.
The list of Irish food heros participating in SeaFest just keeps growing and growing. We’re absolutely delighted that Birgitta Curtin of the famed Burren Smoked Salmon will be on hand to conduct tastings and talk salmon! Details to follow.