SPF TV, our virtual TV station here on our website will once again broadcast during the Festival, offering daily, on-demand, free and globally accessible programmes and live streamed events to those who cannot be with us in person.
In 2022, we continue to ensure that St. Patrick’s Festival remains accessible to audiences in Ireland and across the world. More than 50 pre-recorded programmes will be available to view on SPF TV here on our website. All programmes will be accessible globally, many with sign language and all with closed captions, free of charge and on demand.
A selection of events from Festival Quarter Days and Nights at the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks will also be streamed live on SPF TV and through the Festival’s social media channels, connecting our global family through music, theatre, art, performance, poetry, storytelling, virtual tours, food and culture.
Explore the Programme below.
In turning to an online Festival presentation in 2021, through SPF TV, our virtual TV station here on our website, the Festival has built a significant global audience. Almost 1 million people from 143 countries watched SPF TV last year, showcasing Irish arts, culture, heritage and contemporary Irish life to the world.