The wait is almost over – St. Patrick’s Day is getting closer by the minute!
The 2019 event will take place at Tinglado 2 in the Port area of Valencia. It will start at 1130 on March 17th and will continue until 1430. Tinglado 2 is an iconic landmark of the city and will provide a spectacular setting for Valencia’s biggest ever St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival.
On Saturday March 2nd 2019 the Valencia Irish Cultural Association hosted a matinee of Irish Short Films at Cinemas Las Vegas Valencia. Many members of the Irish and ex-pat communities and Valencian residents were treated to a screening of 4 short films by Irish directors. The award-winning films screened were Rúbaí, The Sound of People, The Crush and Yu Ming is ainm dom. Read more
The 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival will take place at Tinglado 2 in the Port area of Valencia. With support from the Ajuntament de Valencia, the Embassy of Ireland and Tourism Ireland, the 2019 event will build on the success of our first St. Patrick’s Day celebration in 2018. Read more
Valencia Irish Cultural Association’s first cultural event of 2019 will be a matinee of Short Irish Films. It will take place at Cinemas Las Vegas Valencia, Plaça de Fra Lluís Colomer 4, 46021 Valencia on Saturday, March 2nd from 1545 to 1800.
The afternoon will consist of 4 short award-winning Irish films – Rubaí (12 minutes), The Sound of People (7 minutes), The Crush (15 minutes) and Yu Ming is ainm dom (13 minutes). Each film will be followed by a short, open discussion. Read more
San Vicent GAA club in Valencia is hoping to introduce Gaelic Football to schools in Valencia in 2018-2019.
On Saturday, September 15th the club had a great training/presentation session of Gaelic Football with the town hall. Almost 20 PE teachers, both primary and secondary, attended. The teachers enjoyed the session and seemed keen on introducing the game to their students. Read more
On May 16th 2018 Síle Maguire, the Ambassador of Ireland to Spain, came to visit us in Valencia. The Ambassador was coming to Valencia for a few days on a trade visit so she decided to come down a little early so that she could catch up with members of the Irish community in Valencia. Read more