‘AFTER PAUL HENRY’ is a collaborative project by archaeologist and photographer Brian MacDomhnaill and painters Gentian Lulanaj and Paul McKenna.
Paul Henry (1876-1958) is Ireland’s most celebrated landscape painter. His depictions of the west of the country in particular have become synonymous with a romantic view of Ireland: unspoiled and traditional. Apart from the universal appeal of the images there is also a real sense of an artist engaging with a landscape and delighting in its drama, textures and hues.
Congratulations to our Litfest team... all the hard work has been internationally celebrated yet again as the Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food & Wine has been included on Conde Nast Travellers list of 'Best Festivals around the World'.. great praise indeed.
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Ballymaloe Litfest of Food & Wine | 15-17 May 2015
Wildside Catering present an exclusive Ring Dinner at The Big Shed, Ballymaloe Farm on Satuday 5th December at 8pm - €50 set menu.
Ted and Ivan from Wildside catering take centre stage. Watch as they prepare your 7 course set menu feast right before your very eyes, from the centre of a circumference of the Big Shed recycled timber tables, in this spectacularly rustic and increasingly versatile venue on the Ballymaloe Farm.
Their infamous witty and entertaining style promises an evening of high-energy fun and excellent food.
Ballymaloe Grainstore is delighted to announce that Angela Lansbury will make a rare personal appearance at 'Driving Miss Daisy: The Play' on Sunday 3 August. The screening of the pre-recorded play, in which Miss Lansbury stars with James Earle Jones, begins at 8pm. After an interval, Miss Lansbury will greet the audience and answer questions.