The Tented Village-Road to The Rising
Have a glimpse into 1915 professions | LIVE demonstrations
Master Cooper, Ger Buckley of Midleton Distillery demonstrates the tools and techniques handed down over centuries of barrel making.
Renowned milliner John Shevlin discusses the art of millinery and fashion.
Hairdresser Jenni Crawford of Kazumi's hair salon demonstrates the popular women’s hairstyles at the time including the bouffant, pompadour and marcel wave.
Louis Copeland and Sons demonstrate Edwardian
Conor McAlister of Grafton Barbers’ demonstrate popular 1915 male hair fashions and for the men brave enough, try a hot towel shave using the traditional switchblade razor of the Edwardian barber.
Don’t miss the Charlie Chaplin tent filled with vintage posters and iconic items from the Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival.
Thank you to:
Master cooper Ger Buckley, Midleton Distillery
Milliner John Shevlin
Tailor Louis Copeland and Sons
Jenny Crawford of Kazumi Hair Salon
Conor McAlister, Grafton Barbers’,
Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival Waterville Kerry