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“Large open visual arts space, as well as a theatre, so check their listings! The visual arts side is free, theatre charges a fee. Very high standard space, don't miss it! Great cafe downstairs, see "Lennons".”
“Dinn Ri Is ideal for Food,Music and If you fancy a drink.Great atmosphere and they also show The rugby,Football and Gaa games. Lemongrass restaurant is nearby and Teach Dolmain serve lovely Fish and Desserts. Costa coffee is in the Town for coffee Lovers. Carlow museum is very Interesting for anyone that likes their History. Here you will find The smoking pipe of captain Myles Keogh who was killed in The Battle of Little Big Horn in 1896 and The original Gallows Trapdoor that was used to Hang Lucinda sly.She was the last woman to be Hanged in Carlow in the 19th Century. ”
“High standard visual arts space. Well curated, featuring Irish artists and a huge variety of mediums, from sculpture to stories told through different media to drawing, painting, photography, sound, filmography, etc! Installations usually run for about 3 months and take a couple of weeks to change over, so check before you go. Entry is FREE. In the same complex is the George Bernard Shaw Theatre. Enjoy plays, comedy, dance, arthouse films, dance and more. Booking ahead is a good idea but not usually essential. www.visualcarlow.ie”
“Train is a nice way to travel to Kilkenny, Waterford, Dublin... but check schedules first as they don't run very many times per day. Also, you have to get to Carlow - it's the nearest stop! A taxi from Ballin Temple to Carlow would be around €30.”