Family fun high on the agenda for Imagine

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Hanging out: Aerial Artist Diane Burke at the launch of the multidisciplinary programme for the 18th annual Imagine Arts Festival. Photo: Noel Browne
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Family fun is on offer with Spraoi’s Wicked Woods and Waterford Youth Arts present Horrible Histories, unique walking tours of Waterford City led by candlelight with a depth of interesting characters to be met along the way.

A host of theatre and dance productions will be on offer including a Youth Dance celebration featuring everything from classical ballet to bollywood and more, plus ’24 Hours to Dance’ will see four professional dancers shown a venue on Tuesday, October 22nd and the next evening the audience will see the results of their improvisation in a very special and unique venue.

The annual ‘Booze, Blaas and Banter’ event celebrating the City’s Quayside and maritime heritage will also offer lots of interesting chats and craic including a special tribute to Waterford poet and writer Sean Dunne by his friend and fellow poet Thomas McCarthy.

Join in the fun this October in Waterford from the 18th to 27th – by visiting

www.Imagineartsfestival.com

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