Arts & Culture
DRAMA AND COMEDY (AND THE REST)
The Keadeen is the ideal base from which to discover Ireland's Ancient East.
The Riverbank Arts Theatre hosts a number of plays, music, stand-up comedy, workshops, and much more in Newbridge.
The Moat Theatre in Nass also hosts a nmber of artistic and culural events year-round.
Castletown House has much to offer the visitor such as a Museum, Historic House, parkland walks and Courtyard Café.
St Brigid’s Cathedral in Kildare Town was built by the Norman Bishop Ralph of Bristol in 1223. The entire site is steeped in important religious history; it’s believed to be the location at which Saint Brigid, one of Ireland’s patron saints, founded a nunnery in the 5th century and is located just 5km from The Keadeen.
Sir Alfred and Lady Beit bought Russborough in County Wicklow in 1952 to house their impressive art collection. They left this historic Palladian mansion, its collections and their fascinating life story to the Irish public in 1978.
The gardens are made up of several areas, including large herbaceous borders, shrubberies, a rock garden, a yew walk divided by a pergola, a sundial garden, an old orchard, a walled organic vegetable garden and a large woodland garden.
The Curragh Camp has its own museum, that you can visit and take in the marvels of this magnificent geographical and historical site.
The ODEON Cinema in The Whitewater Shopping Centre, Newbridge, has all the latest Hollywood releases. 2km from the hotel.