16 August 2016
The “House of Puglu” will present a fabulous evening of Irish music and songs, performed by Denis McLaughlin and Pia Nygaard. Denis and Pia play a very broad spectrum of Irish folk music. The love, the hunger, the oppression, the hope and joy of Irish history is conveyed through the music.
13 June 2016
On the occasion of the Baltic Pride 2016, which will take place in Vilnius on June 18th, 2016, we express our support for efforts to raise public awareness of the issues affecting the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) communities in the three Baltic States.
13 October 2015
Ambassador Noonan welcomed the Mayor of Vilnius, Remigius Semasius, to the Embassy today (13 October) to address a meeting of the European Business Network. The Mayor gave a presentation on the future of Vilnius, outlining the strategic direction of the city in the years to come.
19 June 2015
The Embassy of Ireland, in cooperation with Culture Ireland and Kulturos Naktis, is pleased to announce that the Irish theatre group ‘Macnas’ will take to the streets of Vilnius this Friday, 19 June, as part of the Culture Night celebrations. Macnas, an award-winning international performance and spectacle company takes its name from the Irish word for “joyful abandonment”.
5 May 2015
As part of the Year of Irish Design, the Embassy of Ireland is pleased to cooperate with Lithuania Design Week, and Irish Design 2015 to showcase the work of some of Ireland’s leading designers. Joining other exhibitors at the ‘Energetikos ir Technikos Muziejus’ (Lithuania’s Energy and Technical Museum) in central Vilnius, the focus of Design Week’s events, the Irish exhibition consists of a series of photographs on the theme of ‘Designers at work’.
14 March 2015
On Saturday, 14 March, the river Vilnele in Vilnius was once again ‘greened’ as part of the celebrations of St. Patrick’s Day. Approximately one thousand people turned out to see the spectacle, lining the banks of the river in central Vilnius.
17 March 2015
The Embassy hosted a concert and reception in the National Philharmonic on Tuesday, 17 March, to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Approximately 200 guests attended the event, at which the Irish traditional music group ‘Patrick’s Holm’ played.