The Éigse na Brídeoige is a long-established cultural festival. We will be holding the 29th Éigse festival in January 2022 in venues throughout the Gaeltacht villages of Uíbh Ráthach Co Kerry – Cathair Dónal, An Dromod, Baile ‘n Sceilg, An Coireán (Waterville) and An Gleann.
IRD Waterville organised and held the inaugural St. Patricks Day Parade in Waterville in 2012 and the event has been going from strength to strength in the years since.
The Amergin Solstice Poetry Gathering will run from the evening of 20th June to 23rd June 2021, when we will finish with a St. John’s Eve bonfire
Celebrate the Waterville Freedom Festival in early July in Waterville
A celebration of all things cultural to all our visitors who have been coming to Waterville for many years
The Waterville Trailrunning Festival is a series of trail races over 3 days, along the Lough Currane/Derrynane loop of the Kerry Way, on the Atlantic tip of the Iveragh Peninsula.
The Hardman Skellig Coast Triathlon is a challenging swim, cycle and run which starts and finishes in the village
The Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival honours the pioneering spirit of a great filmmaker and takes place annually in August.
Join us for a great weekend of guided walks, from easy to expert level & a seashore walk for kids!
The New Years Eve Street Party is an annual event to ring in the New Year with a BANG!
Rosie - Cultural Cinema Tech Amergin
May 30, 2019 –
Rosie Thursday 30th May 8pm
Director: Paddy Breathnach
Cast: Sarah Greene, Moe Dunford, Natalia Kostrzewa
FILM INFO: 86 minutes, Ireland, 2018, 12A
From the pen of Roddy Doyle and directed by Paddy Breathnach (Viva), Rosie is the story of a family without a home. Rosie (Sarah Greene) a mother of four, alongside her partner John Paul, do everything in their power to protect their children and maintain their dignity as the Irish housing crisis threatens their families safety and unity.
With grace and tenderness, Rosie balances the care of her four children alongside the increasingly futile and frustrating search for a new home. Set over an intense 36 hours, Rosie struggles to hold her family close, as she perseveres against a crisis not of her making.
TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) 2018 & London Film Festival 2018