Fermanagh Live Arts Festival

Fermanagh Live Arts Festival

...culturally diverse, artistically deep and magnificently various
… a pocket festival small but perfectly formed

Carlo Gébler
Paul Brady Live!

Paul Brady Live!

I’m looking forward to coming back to Enniskillen again …to the county where my parents and close relations spent many of their younger years. It’s a part of the country that’s dear to my heart. Come on down! See you all on October 5th at Ardhowen Theatre by the Lakes in Enniskillen.

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Jenny Cathcart in Conversation with Carlo Gébler

Jenny Cathcart in Conversation with Carlo Gébler

Jenny Cathcart shares her experience of working on the pioneering series "Rhythms of the World", and producing the 2005 series "Africa's Rock n Roll Years"
Ciaran McMenamin, Jason Johnson, Sheila Llewellyn and Malachi O’Doherty

Ciaran McMenamin, Jason Johnson, Sheila Llewellyn and Malachi O’Doherty

‘Inside A Writer's Head’, a rare opportunity to dive deep into the creative minds of three of the county’s best-known wordsmiths
Green & Blue by Kabosh Theatre Company

Green & Blue by Kabosh Theatre Company

Green & Blue explores the realities faced by the individuals who patrolled the border during the height of the conflict.
Paul Brady at the Ardhowen Theatre

Paul Brady - LIVE!

Presenting the Legendary Paul Brady who will be performing songs from his 40 year Career, LIVE at the Ardhowen

Richard pierce

Richard Pierce on Wyatt

Richard Pierce is back this year to raise awareness of the intricacies of one of the most neglected art forms, architecture.

Inside A Writer’s Head

Inside A Writer’s Head

Dive deep into the creative minds Ciaran McMenamin, Jason Johnson, Sheila Lewellyn and Malachi O’Doherty

Jenny Cathcart

Jenny Cathcart in Conversation

Sharing her experience working on "Rhythms of the World" & producing "Africa's Rock 'n' Roll Years"

Questions of a Man by Dylan

Questions of a Man

By
Dylan Quinn
Dance Theatre
What does it mean to be a man in 2018?

About Fermanagh Live

Straddling the small waterway between Lower and Upper Lough Erne, Enniskillen is Fermanagh’s biggest town with an approximate population of 14,000. The town itself is built along one main street which changes names six times along its length!

As a result, this makes Enniskillen a hub for shopping and socialising and creates an atmospheric buzz among the high street and independent stores, bars and restaurants. With an abundance of locations and facilities, the festivities will be taking place in the following venues:

For more information on Enniskillen and Fermanagh, check out the following links: www.fermanaghlakelands.com www.fermanagh.gov.uk www.enniskillen.com www.thebestof.co.uk/local/enniskillen

Accommodation and Venue Map:

Support from our Cultural Champions, sponsors funders and festival partners

Questions of a Man

19 Jul 2018

By Dylan Quinn Dance Theatre followed by a Q&A   Thur 4 Oct, 9.00pm | Ardhowen Theatre | £7 - £5 Con

The Last Confessions of Alexander Pearce

03 Jan 2018

Wed 3rd Oct 8pm | Fermanagh House | £8 Tickets available online or at the door Followed by Ciaran McMenamin in conversation with Séamas Mac Annaidh

Our Interesting Nancy

30 Jul 2018

Sunday 7 October | 7.30 pm | £30 The Naughty Nancies present ‘Our Interesting Nancy’ with supper @ Franco’s

A Celebration for Children

30 Jul 2018

2-5pm | Buttermarket | FREE Erne Boat Hire’s flotilla of little red boats will carry little and not so little animals.

Experience Something Beautiful in Fermanagh!


Experience and participate in Fermanagh’s finest live entertainment & visual arts this autumn when Fermanagh Live takes place from Wednesday 4th October to Sunday 8th Oct 2017. The festival thrives on showcasing local and international innovative and exceptional talent providing a diverse range of the very best in music, dance, film, literature, comedy, carnival and visual arts.