Culture Night Kildare announces lots of events for this year's celebrations
Culture Night will take place on Friday 23rd September 2022 from 4pm till late.
?Culture Night is an annual island-wide public event that shines a light on all aspects of culture, creativity and the arts. On this night, doors are open late and all venues and events are available to the public free of charge. This year’s Culture Night, with the theme ‘One Night for All’ will offer the opportunity for audiences to once again celebrate and fully engage with in-person cultural events and to benefit from the pleasure and rewards they bring to all of us.
Each year thousands of groups and individuals participate in Culture Night the length and breadth of Kildare. Over the last few months, applications have been received from all over the county from those who want to share their talent, culture, creativity and interests, on Friday 23rd September. This year’s programme showcases the diversity of arts and culture in Kildare and offers a programme that fosters openness and encourages participation, valuing equality, inclusion, accessibility and diversity. One Night for All!
Mark Culture Night in your diary and use the opportunity to explore the rich arts and cultural offering on our doorsteps.
FULL PROGRAMME AND SOCIAL MEDIA
?The full programme of events and participating venues for Culture Night Kildare 2022 is available at culturenight.ie/kildare.
Join the conversation on Kildare Arts Service Social Media Channels:
Facebook: Arts in Co Kildare, @kildareartsservice
Twitter: Kildare Arts Service, @ArtsInCoKildare
Instagram: KCC Arts Service, @arts_in_co_kildare
YouTube: Kildare Arts Service
For enquiries, please contact Culture Night Kildare Coordinator, Sheena Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 045 980872; mobile 087 2399212.
Culture Night is brought to you by the Arts Council / An Comhairle Eala�on, in partnership with local authorities and cultural organisations throughout the island of Ireland.
Events organised through the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme are supported by Kildare County Council and funded by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.