We are thrilled to be in St Nicholas Collegiate Church in the year of its 700th anniversary!

Located in the middle of Galway’s medieval centre, St Nicholas Collegiate Church dates back to the 13th century.  It has been in continuous use as a place of worship since its foundation and is currently an Anglican/Episcopal Church.

It also hosts many concerts during the year and is a beautiful and atmospheric venue for the music of the Galway Early Music Festival.

St. Nicholas’ Collegiate Church is located in the centre of Galway, at the junction of Mainguard Street and Lombard Street.

MORE INFO  on the St Nicholas Collegiate Church website


Druid Lane, Galway

The Mick Lally Theatre, in the heart of Galway, is situated in one of the oldest parts of the city. Druid first moved into what was then an abandoned tea storehouse in 1979 and since then the building has been Druid’s home and the birthplace of their work.

Re-designed by DePaor architects in 2009, The Mick Lally Theatre is now a contemporary building in a historic setting. The venue boasts three reception areas that facilitate both private and public events all year round.



The People’s Museum of Limerick is a new project from Limerick Civic Trust, at No. 2 Pery Square, Limerick. Limerick Civic Trust have a long relationship with this building, having first carried out its restoration from 1996 to 1999. The building was opened as ‘The Georgian House and Garden’ by President Mary McAleese in 1999. In 2014, it was purchased by Limerick Council and became ‘Culture House’ during Limerick’s tenure as City of Culture in 2014.