The highly anticipated Cruthú Arts Festival is back in Longford town now celebrating its landmark tenth edition. This vibrant festival, known for showcasing artistic talent within the community and fostering engagement with diverse art forms, promises an exciting and varied programme of events.
One of the festival highlights includes the screening of five compelling short films crafted by local writers and directors at the Backstage Theatre. This provides a platform for talented filmmakers to captivate audiences with their creative storytelling. Additionally, music enthusiasts can look forward to a mesmerizing night of live performances at the historic St Mel’s Cathedral, adding a touch of grandeur to the festival.
As the Festival Chairperson, Gene Rhatigan, enthusiastically mentions, this year’s event will feature a blend of acts, as well as exciting new additions. Our Chairperson and the entire organising team are eager to welcome attendees to the festival, ensuring that all events will be conducted in a safe and secure manner.
For the most up-to-date information on the festival schedule and events, it is recommended to keep an eye on the official Cruthú Arts Festival website. With its milestone tenth edition, the festival promises to be a memorable celebration of artistry, community engagement, and cultural enrichment.