[ Date: March 19, 2019 03:03 pm ]
Westport Festival of Chamber Music
When: Friday 13th – Sunday 15th September
Lose yourself at one or all of the wonderful concerts during this festival, stay 2 nights from Friday 13th September for only €310.00 (Rate is based on a 2 bedroom, sleep 3 Courtyard apartment)
The 2019 Westport Festival of Chamber Music will take place from Friday, September 13th – Sunday, September 15th. Its six concerts will be presented in Westport House, Westport Town Hall Theatre and Holy Trinity Church – three wonderful venues, just perfect for the charm and finesse of chamber music.
This year’s line up of musicians includes The Heath Quartet, violinist Giovanni Guzzo, violist Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad, cellist Natalie Clein, tenor Tritschler and pianist Diana Ketler, Irish pianists Hugh Tinney and Michael McHale and flautist William Dowdall. Performances from solos to septet will include composers from Bach to Britten.
For more information go to: www.westportchambermusic.ie
Saturday 14th September
Achill, Co. Mayo
Challenge yourself with this fantastic race that suits the very experienced and the ones who would like to try it out, stay for a 2 night weekend for only €310.00 (Rate is based on a 2 bedroom, sleep 3 Courtyard apartment)
It is a multi-sport event designed to cater for both experienced and lesser experienced sports people and also those with a specialist discipline such as running, biking, swimming or paddling.
The routes are designed to be challenging and inspiring as a real test of endurance for any outdoor enthusiast.
Challenge Route – 18 Km
Sport – 31km
Expert – 63km
Check out their website for more details or to book www.questadventureseries.com
Wild 2 Wild Duathlon
TBC (Usually last weekend in September)
Newport, Co Mayo
Stay for a 2 night weekend at the end of September for only €290.00 (Rate is based on a 2 bedroom, sleep 3 Courtyard apartment)
First of its kind – are you ready to explore the REAL Wild West?
You will be truly rewarded by losing yourself in the perfection of nature and wilderness under the shadows of the breathtaking Nephin Beg Mountains.
Participants must complete a 2.5km run from the historic town of Newport along the Wild Atlantic way, followed by an 11km cycle into the Wild Nephin Wilderness Park. Then it’s a tough hill run on forest trail for 6.5km before cycling back to Newport and finishing off with a 2.5km run into the town.
This course will be the most scenic route that you will come across anywhere in Ireland. The wilderness run will be all on forestry track so as to protect our natural landscape and at the same time bringing you right to the edges of the largest wilderness area. This really is the jewel in Ireland’s crown of adventure locations.
This race is a perfect introduction for those wanting to maintain their fitness on the race calendar between GaelForce and Sea2Summit.
More info @ www.wild2wildduathlon.com