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Savour Kilkenny Festival of Food

25th – 29th October 2018

One of Ireland’s favourite food festivals is back and very proud to be celebrating its 12th anniversary in 2018.  Savour Kilkenny Food Festival, each year develops a programme of activities, which embraces all sectors of the food community from artisan producers to restaurateurs, food agencies to food farmers. This year we welcome back the ever popular Savour Village – a foodie haven with heaps of delicious tempting food stalls, more celebrity Chef cooking demo’s, talks, workshops, competitions and unique dining events. For further information click HERE


In conjunction with the Savour Food Festival, back by popular demand, this fun event in the Springhill Court Hotel teaches basic cooking skills to children, giving them a chance to get involved with cookie decorating, pumpkin carving and pizza making in an exciting and friendly atmosphere. Each child will leave with a chef hat as a memento, making them feel like a celebrity chef in the making !!
Sunday: 28th October 2018
2 Timings: 12.30 – 2pm & 2.30pm – 4pm
€15 per child ( designed for children aged 7 – 15 years)
Must be pre booked – Tel 056 7721122 or email: events@springhillcourt.com

Subtitle European Film Festival Kilkenny

19th – 25th  November 2018

SUBTITLE Festival  in its 7th year,  is a unique opportunity to catch some of the most popular European films that can’t be found at the multiplex and a chance to meet their makers and stars.  If you’re looking for provocative, funny, accessible and smart European films, then SUBTITLE is for you. For further information please click HERE


8th – 11th November 2018

2018 will mark the 9th edition of Kilkenomics – Europe’s first economics festival – which brings together some of the world’s leading economists, financial analysts and media commentators with some of our funniest, sharpest standup comedians. Kilkenomics has been called “Davos with jokes” and we wouldn’t disagree with that assessment. For further information click HERE