The Bleeding Pig Cultural Festival
First off for those who don’t know, the Bleeding Pig is the name given locally to one of the rock formations on the cliffs between Portrane and Donabate. The aim of the Festival is to bring together different cultural groups on the peninsula of Donabate/Portrane under the one grouping. In this way we hope to attract a wider audience and appreciation of the culture groups in our area.
The Tower Singing Circle
The Tower Singing Circle meets in Keeling’s Lounge every second Monday . People are invited to “share a song, any song, any voice, accompanied or unaccompanied, respect for the singer.” The sessions are open to everyone to come and sing or just listen.
Louise Flood School of Irish Dancing
Louise Flood School of Dance – weekly dancing classes for boys and girls from 3 years of age held in DPCC and in Educate Together School.
For more information contact Louise at 086 824 8103.
Donabate/ Portrane Art Group
The Donabate Art Group is a group of amateur artists from the Donabate/ Portrane peninsula. The group was formed 4 years ago and meet one evening a week for our art session where we support, advise and encourage each other.
For further details contact Paula at 087 295 9534.
Céilí dancing classes every Monday in Donabate/Portrane Community Centre starting first Monday in September
8.30pm – 10.00pm €5 per class
Donabate/Portrane Dramatic Society
Entertaining since 1936, we are always looking for new members.
Tel: 086 071 2530
The Lambay Singers
The Lambay Singers with Musical Director George Rice meet every Thursday at 7.30pm. in Donabate/Portrane Educate Together School, Donabate.
The Lambay Singers are a mixed choir and are always seeking to recruit new members.
Tel: 086 260 0316
Website: The Lambay Singers
Donabate/Portrane Historical Society
The Donabate Historical Society meets in the Parochial hall during the Winter/Autumn period.Open to everybody – membership not required. Anybody wishing to attend leave your phone number with.
Peadar, 087 2397608
Eamon, 087 7575753.