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drogheda in video

Anthony Murphy interviews local artist Ciarán Dunleavy for the DRAWDA Urban Art Trail
DRAWDA Urban Art Project: a curated multidisciplinary public arts programme in Drogheda Co. Louth led by Droichead Arts Centre in partnership with lead artists/curators Dee Walsh and Brian Hegarty, Love Drogheda B.I.D.S (Business Improvement District Scheme), and Louth County Council Arts Office
Showcasing our variety of businesses and business people throughout Drogheda. Love Drogheda BIDS is a voice for all in the business community. Local Business funding local improvements
This is what we mean when we say "I'm from Drogheda." Video shot and edited by Bang Bang Visual.
Promo video for Boyne Valley Trails. Shot and edited by Bang Bang Visual.
Shot and Edited by Bang Bang Visual. DRAWDA, is a multi-disciplinary public art programme (a collaborative project between Droichead Arts Centre and Love Drogheda B.I.D.S (Business Improvement District). DRAWDA will be delivered across a number of strands which will draw on Drogheda’s significant rich heritage, mythology and architecture and will explore the stories of some of the leading local mythological figures. Funded by The Arts Council of Ireland and supported by Murtagh's of Drogheda, The D Hotel, Colour Trend Paints, #intheopenfaoinspeir Curated by Dee Walsh and Brian Hegarty
A special seasonal video celebrating the gorgeous Drogheda at Christmas. Video shot and edited by Bang Bang Visual.
Drogheda businesses are getting ready to welcome you back into town and re-open to the public. Video shot and edited by Bang Bang visual.
Drogheda businesses are open once again and ready to welcome you back! Shot and edited by Bang Bang Visual. Thank you to our business community for their involvement.
A special Mural for the DRAWDA project in Drogheda, Ireland, based on the Irish Mythology Story of Etain. Video shot and edited by Nina Valkhoff. Nina's Mural of Etain can be seen on Meatmarket Lane in Drogheda Co Louth, close to the Love Drogheda BIDS office.
Our #DineInDrogheda series kick-off with this video where we sat down to chat to Stuart, Head chef at D'Vine Restaurant at Distillery House, Dyer Street. In this series we will showcase some hand-picked local restaurants to promote the vibrant culinary scene here in Drogheda.
We visited the ever-hospitable Chef Adel in the popular Aisha's Cafe & Bistro as part of our #DineInDrogheda series. Chef Adel talks about bringing his culture to the people of Drogheda through the food and atmosphere at the restaurant.
For this final video in our #DineInDrogheda series we visited the stunning location of Scholar's Townhouse. Chef David shared with us his current favourite dish and spoke about the atmosphere in this iconic Drogheda location.
Promo video for the Lú Festival of Light Drogheda, an urban animation light festival that celebrated stories from our mythological past and projected them onto three landmark buildings in Drogheda. The festival brought light, music, colour and fire together to showcase these amazing stories. The Lú Festival of Light was funded by Failte Ireland and brought to you by Louth County Council and Love Drogheda BIDs (Business Improvement District Scheme). Video by Bang Bang Productions LTD.
Drogheda's Christmas Lights Switch-On event which took place on West Street on 18th November 2022. A crowd of thousands watched local schools, choirs, ballet groups and characters sing and dance until the lights were switched-on by none other than Santa himself along with three very lucky winners of our colouring competition. Video shot and edited by Bang Bang Visual.

what to do?

Lú Festival of Light Drogheda

Cottages Ireland

TLT-Tommy Leddy Theatre

Boyne Boats

Irish Military Museum and Park

Discover Boyne Valley

Laurence's Gate

County Louth Golf Course-Baltray

Brú na Bóinne-Newgrange and Knowth visitor centre

Drogheda Tourism Office

Boyne Valley Trails

The Arc Cinema

Tayto Park Theme Park and Zoo

Battle of the Boyne Visitor Centre

Millmount Museum

Highlanes Gallery

Droichead Arts Centre

Funtastia Theme Park

Ireland's Ancient East

Sea Louth

how to get here

By train from Dublin or Belfast to Drogheda (MacBride) Train Station

By Bus from Dublin/Navan/Blachardstown/Newry to Drogheda Bus Station.

By Car- M1 Motorway Exit J9 for South Drogheda or J10 for North Drogheda