Wexford Zorrofest 2015
This year Wexford Zorrofest celebrates William Lamport’s 400th Birthday Anniversary. If he was around today William would be dancing his socks off into the small hours on Charlotte Street, glorying in the oohs and aahs of the ladies, and ever-ready to draw on the first buck to get between him and the prettiest of them. […]
Programme for Zorrofest 2013 There’s loads happening at Wexford’s ZorroFest this May bank holiday weekend. Fri, May 3 19:30 First Friday Poetry @ Café Fusion, North Main St, Wexford. Readers, writers and listeners are invited are to an evening of poetry about Wexford, its history and its people. And, of course, for the weekend that’s in […]
Wexford will be sizzling hot this May bank holiday weekend as the town gives itself over to Mariachi and mojitos! “Que”, you ask, “what gives?” It’s FIESTA time, ZorroFest 2013. Zorrofest is a celebration of the life of 17th-century Wexfordian William Lamport, the “Irish Zorro”, and the many links between Ireland and Mexico. It includes […]
There’s loads happening in Wexford this May bank holiday weekend. Fri, May 3 20:00 Eleanor McEvoy, Wexford Opera House, High St, Wexford. Eleanor’s GIRL IN A BLACK CAR tour rolls into town for the launch of her new album. Tickets €20. Tel 053 9122144. 21:00 The Cáca Milis “Viva Zorro!” Cabaret, Wexford Arts Centre, Cornmarket, […]
Weather Warning – ALTERNATIVE VENUE IN CASE OF RAIN @WexfordArts Centre for: Flamenco Guitar Mariachi Band Folkloric Dancers All other events as advertised Saturday May 2nd 10:45am: Saturday Art Club for Children at Wexford Arts Centre €8 William: the Pirate Poet. William: the Irish Fox. 11:00am: FREE – Walking History Tour […]
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Farewell to El Zorro!
Well amigos the one they call “el Zorro” has disappeared as silently and mysteriously as he arrived. Word has it that we should expect not to see him again until the same weekend next year. He enjoyed all the attention directed his way with more than one pretty lady seen to swoon in his arms. […]