26th September: Enniskillen Castle Museum

Dr Denise Farren, President of The Royal Ulster Academy, esteemed artist and native of Fermanagh, “Delighted to return home and support Fermanagh Live Arts Festival and the launch of my good friend and prolific artist, Mavis Thomson’s Exhibition, Postcards from Japan.”

The political thriller genre gets a very timely infusion of life with Thomas Kruithof’s debut “Scribe,” a lean, edgy drama about an outwardly bland middle-aged factotum hired to transcribe taped conversations that may or may not have been recorded by the French secret service. 

Dawn to Dusk, celebrating National Poetry Day – starting HERE IN ENNISKILLEN at the Lovely Leitrim Barge Various Sites around towm from  8am-8pm It all starts with a scrumptious Breakfast on request Lovely Leitrim Barge 8am-10am which is moored between the bus station and The Erne SHOPPING CENTRE

"Nothing Happens Until Something Moves"   Albert Einstein

In celebration of movement, Hambly & Hambly invite you to join them at Dunbar House for a dreamy Autumn evening of music, art and dining.

FLive in partnership with Row The Erne - Floating Film on the Curragh

Words From Our Sponsors

Evelyn Hassard of Crannog Antiques says, ‘I am delighted to give my support to music events at the Fermanagh Live Arts Festival because I love Classical music and want to help bring as much as possible to as many people as possible’.


CavanaghKelly are delighted to sponsor Fermanagh Live Arts Festival. The Festival of Live Entertainment and Visuals Arts is a great opportunity for the local community to get a taste of our home-grown artists through this programme of innovative, vibrant and contemporary events.”


Fuels & Lubricants are happy to be associated with the Fermanagh Live Arts Festival in sponsoring Melisma in this year’s festival. It is a positive way of encouraging the promotion of local talent and enabling local audiences to see arts that they might not get the opportunity to see otherwise.