A spectacular night of events is promised across the county tonight with the return of Culture Night.
Kerry County Council has co-ordinated an engaging programme comprising arts, crafts, music, drama, dance, poetry and children’s events.
The events are free and open to all this evening.
Culture Night gets underway in the Square, Tralee this afternoon with family fun and a craft makers walking tour.
Creative writing at Tralee Women’s Resource Centre, lectures at the library and art at Siamsa Tíre are among the many events taking place.
In Listowel, a tour of the Kerry Writers’ Museum gets underway at five, while a Ballydonoghue/Lisselton trad session gets underway at eight in the Square.
The Kerry Visual Artists Showcase featuring work by some of the county’s prolific artists, opens at five at the Kerry County Arts Office.
Elsewhere in Killarney, a bus tour to Muckross Abbey, open-mic with Marie Holmes, Frankie Gavin and Dé Dannan in concert are some of the cultural items on offer.
Culture events around the county will be many and varied with sessions in Brosna and Cahersiveen, the Sliabh Luachra Music Trail in Scartaglin and Tureencahill, Rambling House in Kilcummin and set-dancing in Fossa.
A tour of Pauline Bewick’s collection in Killorglin, drama at the Carnegie in Kenmare, storytelling in Ballinskelligs, film in Annascaul and a music collection launch in Waterville are just some of the other events taking place.
Click here for a full programme or events or visit CultureKerry.com.