Sunday 9th

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Programme of Events, Sunday 9th July 2023

Coumshingaun Loop Walk with Muddyboots

Meeting point is Kilclooney woods at 9.30am
Duration is 5 hours and route is graded moderate/strenuous.

What you need for the hike: Boots, waterproofs, packed lunch and fluids, small rucksack.


Historical Walk & Talk

Cleary’s Boreen, Portlaw
Meet at Portlaw Heritage Centre at 2pm

Join Ger Crotty on a stroll and a chat down Cleary’s Boreen.

  • Free event, no booking necessary



Mindfulness, Meditation & Yoga – Crough Wood

10am – 11am
Claire, aka The Mystic Holistic invites you to her enchanting back garden (Crough woods!) for gentle, easygoing & fun practices of Yoga, Mindfulness and Sound Therapy. Families and children welcome 🙂 With over 15 years dedicated to the holistic healing arts, Claire has many offerings including adults and children’s yoga teaching with much experience in schools, festivals, corporate, camps, groups, retreats, private etc.

At the foot of the Comeraghs, Crough woods encapsulates ethereal incomparable natural beauty, surrounded by native trees, soothing waterfalls, gorges and beautiful birdsongs. Nowhere like this epic energy anywhere in the world, pure life force! The perfect place to practice and feel even more blissful benefits. Claire will take you on an Otherworldly journey with her drum, sound therapy with Tibetan bowls and lots more to bring you and yours into a wonderful place of calm and joyfulness. Looking forward to sharing the magic with you all!

  • €5 per individual, €10 per family.
  • Pay on arrival

Brunch & Music

Coach House, Kilmacthomas
12pm – 2pm
Booking via Coach House





Aisling Larkin – Celebration of the Comeraghs Demo

Nell’s House, Rathgormack, 2pm

Crispy Comeragh Lamb with hummus and flatbreads using some wild herbs like sorrel from the mountain in the flatbreads and garnish with a little wild pesto.




Eamo & Ro Summer Soiree

Kilmacacthomas, 5pm
Informal 3-Course Dining Experience with Local Quality Food

As part of the Comeraghs Wild festival Eamo and Ro are opening on the Sunday evening for a ticketed three course fun and casual dinner with a melting pot of dishes including nachos and wings, monkfish tacos, lamb kebabs, grilled corn rolled in spicy mayo and parmesan, summer slaw bowls, and champagne strawberry pots for dessert.

Lamb of course from Willie Drohan of Comeragh Lamb and farm to fork beef from O’Reilly’s next door.

Music with Calum McGavock

Danny’s, Kilmacthomas, 7pm

Screening of “The Dying Days – The Final Journey of General Liam Lynch 1923”

Portlaw Heritage Centre

For the history buffs. A showing of the films, Dying Days and Dioltas will take place in Portlaw Heritage Centre at 7pm on Sunday 9th July. Screening will be followed by Q&A with Michael Desmond and John Foley.

Film Produced by John Foley Images, this 40 minute Docu-Drama tells the story of the final months of the civil war, focusing on the capture of Liam Lynch, the Chief of Staff of the Irish Republican Army in the Knockmealdown mountains on April 10th 1923

Gina & The Champions 50th Anniversary Tour Concert

Town Hall Dungarvan

Gina & The Champions celebrate their 50th Anniversary in 2023. Come along to the newly renovated Dungarvan Town Hall Theatre on Sunday 9th July at 8.30pm and be part of 50 years of Hits and Memories.

The Band will perform all their old hits like ‘The Greatest Lover’, ‘Do you wanna do it’, ‘Real Good Feeling’ and many more old favourites as well as some new ones.  The show will also feature a Tribute to the late Dale Haze.

‘The Town Hall Theatre, Dungarvan has undergone refurbishment in recent months and ongoing investment in the facility makes this venue an attractive addition to Dungarvan and the region’s arts and cultural landscape’.