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ISACS Member - Spraoi St Patrick's Parade 2017 | Photographer Graham Cullen

ISACS artists to brighten up the St. Patrick's Day Parades 2018

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It's that time of the year again and only a few days before our members unveil what they have been designing, building, rehearsing for the past months to grace our wide-open eyes. Magnificent parades and processions will descend upon the streets of Ireland with colourful, breath-taking, gigantic installations and creations, accompanied by flamboyant street performers' characters marching on the sound of the most festive rhythms; all telling a meaningful story celebrating various aspects of the Irish identity.

Without further ado, we present you with a selection of themes and pageants to look forward all across the country!

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The top five spookiest Irish shows in 2017

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Now that the nights are getting darker and the winter cold creeps into our bones, let's look back at five spooky Irish shows that took place in 2017. From spectacular Halloween parades and haunted woods to freaky performances, our members, Macnas, Loosysmokes, Spraoi, Cork Community Art Link, and Curious State, definitely made sure their audiences had frighteningly good times. 

Read on to discover the top five spookiest Irish shows 2017, that is, according to the ISACS team and in no particular order of preference. 

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Irish Street Arts Circus and Spectacle Network

Irish Theatre Institute, 17 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland
00 353 (0)87 0541812 info@isacs.ie
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