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Kilkenny Stag Do, Party & Weekend Activities

Kilkenny Stag Do
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Murder Mystery Night. Clubbing.
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Raft Building. Clubbing.
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Laser Combat & Karting. Clubbing.

Kilkenny Stag Weekend


Cill Chainnigh, meaning "church of Cainnech" is a city located in south-east part of Ireland and the county town of the eponymous County Kilkenny. It is...

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uilt on the banks of the River Nore, in the province of Leinster.


Culture:


Kilkenny is a hugely popular destination in Ireland. It is highly regarded for its cultural life, it has always tended to attract culturally aware visitors. Art galleries, historic buildings, craft and design workshops, theatre, comedy, public gardens and museums are some of main reasons Kilkenny has become one of Ireland's most visited towns and a popular base to explore the surrounding countryside. Points of interest within the city include Kilkenny Castle, St. Canice's Cathedral, the round tower, Rothe House, St. Mary's Cathedral, Kells Priory, Kilkenny Town Hall, Black Abbey and Jerpoint Abbey. The recent rise in "hen" and "stag" parties in the city has seen attempts made at local level to discourage such activity, without stopping the lively night life the city is known for.


History:


The history of Kilkenny (from Irish Cill Chainnigh, meaning "Cell or church of Cainnech/Canice") began with an early sixth century ecclesiastical foundation, with a church built in honour of St. Canice, which now known now as St. Canice's Cathedral and was a major monastic centre from at least the 8th century. The 4 masters recorded the 1st reference Cill Chainnigh in 1085.


Travel Info:


The Kilkenny Arts Festival established in the 1970s takes place in late August. During august, Kilkenny hosts some contemporary art with Theatre, Dance, Visual Art, Literature, Film, Paintings, Sculptures and live performances. Musical events including traditional music, Classical music, World music and jazz music take place during the festival. Kilkenny also holds an annual 'Cat Laughs' Comedy festival on a bank holiday week every June. The Kilkenny Rhythm and Roots Festival is held on the 1st weekend in May every year and features the Americana/Bluegrass/Folk/Rockabilly/Alternative Country artists in various venues throughout the city. All venues like the Watergate Theatre play host to a range of home and touring performances in dance, music and theatre throughout the year.


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Gourmet is a wonderful food in the Gourmet Store for lunches but they also have a seated area, always fresh and the coffee is amazing. Blaa Blaa Blaa Sandwiches 'those sandwiches are the best in town. They are always made fresh and are delicious with lots to choose from. If you want quick and delicious meal for lunch, this place is perfect for you. Campagne Professional Masterchef quality food backed up by good service in beautifully laid out restaurant.


Nightlife:


Tynan's Bridge House Bar is the classic Irish bar. The old horse shoe bar counter which has brass gas lanterns, is one the most inviting things in this oldest bar in kilkenny. There is always an amazing atmosphere at weekends as it space is at a premium in this small gem. The Dylan Whisky Bar is a fine, early 1900's styled Victorian bar, adorned with an ornate mahogany bar & fitments. A warming open turf fire provides a special warmth & cosiness while you sink into some comfortable leather seats & private snugs.

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