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04 Dec 2021

‘Scope to develop’ Tullamore Arts Festival

Tullamore’s first ever Arts Festival last weekend attracted local, national and international artists, along with community groups, who all combined to create a fresh colourful festival of visual art, street performance, theatre, dance, and children’s events.

Tullamore’s first ever Arts Festival last weekend attracted local, national and international artists, along with community groups, who all combined to create a fresh colourful festival of visual art, street performance, theatre, dance, and children’s events.

The new community event saw pop-up art galleries, photography exhibitions, mini theatre, street market, live music stages, dance workshops, street performers and a host of children’s activities including balloon modeling, facepainting, bouncy castles, kids slides, clay craft making, and other fringe events.

See today’s (Tuesday’s) Offaly Express for full report and extensive photographic coverage.

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