Festival Interceltique de Lorient gathers 4,500 artists from all parts of the Celtic world in events of every kind: traditional, classical, folk, jazz, rock and electronic music, dance, art, literature, film and lectures.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world's greatest platform for freedom of expression and the largest arts festival in the world. It takes place every August for three weeks in Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city.
At the 4th International Documentary Festival of Ierapetra, screens, in a competition, the best new documentaries, from the Greece and whole of the world, in Ierapetra, the southernmost town in Europe, the Crossroads of cultures and continents.
The Gap Arts Festival brings a weekend of theatre, film, music and art to Ballythomas, a townland in the hills of north Wexford, where professional theatre hasn't been seen since the fit-ups came with a tent in the 1950's.
Proud of its 12-year heritage of having brought together best-in-class artists and content across a variety of historic and contemporary settings of the Bodrum peninsula; in its 13th year D-Marin Classical Music Festival pays homage to its hometown and is changing its name to Bodrum Music Festiva
"Cucka jeka" is a music festival based on a natural human need to return to our roots, remind ourselves of our true background, our beginnings and tradition whilst showing that the centre of the world can in fact be the hard-reaching point of Montenegrin rugged range if we just pour some true lov
Sedam dana stvaranja (Seven days of creation) is truly a work space, a platform which, through production and education, provides the infrastructure for collaborative work and the possibility to present the final product in the very same community where it has been created, and beyond.