Culture Night returns to Kilkenny: Events to attract global audience online
Culture Night returns to Kilkenny this month. And, given the times we live in, this year will be an innovative mixture of online and in-person events.
This year’s Culture Night will take place on Friday, September 18. And this year organisers hope not only to attract locals to the events – in accordance with social distancing regulations – but also to attract a global audience online.
Events will be take place at venues such as the recently opened Butler Gallery at Evans’ Home, James Stephens Barracks, the National Design and Craft Gallery, Medieval Mile Museum, Tada Theatre School in Thomastown and Kilkenny Castle.
A spokesperson for Kilkenny County Council’s Arts Office said: “In response to the unprecedented challenges of the moment, Culture Night Kilkenny will share a hybrid programme of digital and physical events, continuing to champion the Culture Night legacy as a night of shared cultural experiences– making culture free and accessible to all.
“Audiences of all ages both here and abroad, can seek out culture online, or in their locality.”
You can view the full programme of events at: https://culturenight.ie/events/kilkenny/