Another jam packed month in Sligo. It’s great to see so many different events taking place, there really is something for everyone. Here are just a few suggestions.
November 3rd and 4th Sligo has a brand new festival! Get along to the Sligo Gin and Craft Beer Festival which takes in the BID Barn in Stephen Street Carpark. Admission is €7 which includes one drink.
1-4 November @8pm. Matinee on 4 November @2pm. Sligo Youth Theatre are delighted to present ‘The Hypochondriac’ by Moliere. Tickets 12/6 euros. (+7yrs)
Booking at www.hawkswell.com or 0719161518
November 8th until December 6th 0am. Beat Buddy Babies at the Hawk’s Well. For babies from 6 months to 3 years, a fun way for the young ones to explore music.
12th – 19th sees the welcome return of the Sligo Science Festival. This sounds bigger and better than ever this year. Find out more here.
November 14th 11am – weekly until the 19th of December. Sligo Salsa Dance, get fit and have fun as you learn new dance moves or improve your existing ones. €5 a class The Model.
November 17th – 19th Sligo Choral Festival. Sligo comes alive with the sound of music in this weekend festival.
17th November to the 14th January. Get your skates on at Sligo on Ice! In a brand new location in the centre of town the ice is back and it’s bigger and better than ever. To book click here.
November 18th 11am – 12 noon. Sligo County Library present The Art of Collecting and Recording Stories in the Community. An interesting discussion at Rathcormac Food and Craft Market, to book contact 0719111675
November 18th 3pm Sligo Global Kitchen host an afternoon of Irish and Polish food in The Model. The menu consists of Polski Bigos, Polski Wedliny, Colcanon, Champ, Minced Beef stew, Bacon and cabbage, Traditional Fish Pie, Seasonal vegetables and Madeira Cake. All welcome – donation based.
November 18th and 28th Sing for the Hell of It with the Hawk’s Well Theatre. You don’t need to be able to sing just join in and have fun.
November 19th 2pm Sligo Acts at the Hawk’s Well – a free event and an introductory day. If you’ve ever fancied acting now is your chance!
The Sligo Markets:
Every Saturday you can visit Beltra Country Market, The Farmer’s Market at the IT Sligo, Rathcormac Country Market and Drummartin Country Market. Cliffoney Country Market takes place on the first and third Sunday of the month.
Strandhill People’s Market takes place every Sunday at Sligo airport from 11am – 4pm.
So these are just a few suggestions for you. This post is just a guide and not a recommendation of things to do and is not sponsored or affiliated with any of the events mentioned or by any other company.
I will be updating this list as the month goes on.