Sunday 10th

Programme of Events, Sunday 10th July 2022

Get Surfing – Bunmahon Surf School

Get flat out on a board and head out with us to catch some waves. Meet at Bunmahon Surf School.
Places are strictly limited and booking is essential. Bring a towel and swimming togs.


Magical Morning Mindfulness, Meditation & Yoga
Crough Wood, Mahon Bridge,  10am-11am

Crough Wood near Mahon Falls is the perfect, serene location for a Magical Morning Mindfulness, Meditation & Yoga experience with Claire O’Sullivan, adult and children’s yoga and mindfulness teacher.  Join Claire for creative, easy and fun practices to bring clarity, calm & connection to one and all.

🌞 All are welcome, novices, beginners and experienced yoga practitioners. Come along and experience the magic in an area close to Claire’s home and in the Wood she describes as “my garden of Eden”.

  • Families €10 / individual
  • €5 and pay on arrival

Coumshingaun Walk (with Mario)
Kilclooney Wood, 9.30am

Grab your hiking boots, warm clothing and rain gear for the Coumshingaun Loop Walk, a moderate 4 hour (7.5 km) walking route around a natural amphitheatre of splendour and silence, the Coumshingaun Corrie Lake and the surrounding mountains.

Coumshingaun is one of the finest examples of a corrie or coum in Europe and the Comeragh mountains’ most famous landmark. Corries were formed by glacier movement during the ice age.  Meet at Kilclooney Wood.

Cinderella (Outdoor Theatre Performance)
Curraghmore House & Gardens, Portlaw, 4pm

Pack a picnic and some outdoor seating and join us on the lawn at breath-taking Curraghmore House for the live theatre performance of the classic fairy tale Cinderella.  This enchanting setting in the ancestral home of Lord Waterford is at the heart of the 2,500 acre estate which includes manicured, formal gardens, woodlands and rolling fields in Ireland’s largest private demesne and one of the finest heritage sites in Ireland.

Full of song, mirth and joy, join us on Cinderella’s journey of a lifetime to a magical ball where nearly anything is possible, especially if it is before midnight.

The Handyman (One man show, with Séamus O’Rourke)
Old School at Clonea Power, 7pm

In this brand new one-man-show, Seamus O’Rourke’s most recent creation, Hugh Spotten pulls asunder his rural Irish life. He was the man who got things done – Caretaker, Tea Maker and Grave-Digger (with his own crow-bar). But now, that’s all about to be taken away. ‘There’s no need for the like of that – when you have the likes of this other’… or so he has been told.

Take a step back in time in this newly renovated 1870 Clonea Power old School building, a perfect setting for the Handyman Seamus O’Rourke, award-winning writer, director and actor from County Leitrim.  Refreshments will be served.  Limited availability.