Culture Night

22 September 2023

WSBPA students will perform excerpts from their recent & highly successful performance in Disneyland Paris. WSBPA has now been running for 60 years, training students in Ballet, Modern & Contemporary Dance. Based in Wexford in their new purpose built studios - Studio 12, Westpoint. WSBPA also has centres in Enniscorthy & New Ross. Enniscorthy & New Ross centres are currently registering for new students & all info can be found on the Wexford School of Ballet website -

7 - 7.25PM Bridge Singers 
Bridge Singers are a locally based group singing a wide variety of musical numbers, specially selected for Culture Night audiences.

7.30 - 7.55PM Wexford Drama 
Wexford Drama Group, one of the busiest theatre groups in Ireland, will present a selection of scenes from upcoming projects. For Culture Night, a number of well known local performers will bring audiences on a hilarious and emotional journey.

8- 8.30PM  Anam Choir
Join us to hear one of Wexford's newest choirs perform a diverse set of popular songs from the 1960s up to today. Anam Choir (a play on Anam Chara) is a mixed voice choir based in Wexford. Connecting through singing, members have found and strengthened friendships and they have developed a kind, fun and welcoming community group since their formation in February 2022. Their performances are emotional and energetic and audience participation is always encouraged.

8.30 - 8.45PM Camross ICA Mummers
Camross ICA Mummers formed in 2023 to help carry on the tradition of mumming in the Camross area. Coached by Sean Sinnott, who is the last surviving member of the local Dungeer Mummers that won the world folk dance in Wales in 1966, the dancers will be accompanied by local musicians on the night.

9.00PM Wexford Light Opera Society
Wexford Light Opera Society are one of Irelands Leading Musical Societies. They will feature a few numbers from their upcoming “Hits from the Musicals” show at clayton Whites Hotel during the Wexford Festival Opera – more news at