Taisce Lú | Basement Gallery, An Táin Arts Centre | 2nd Jan – 15th Feb 2020

Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED

Ár rogha - 13th -20th Jan

Bow Brothers | Oriel Centre Dundalk Gaol | 17th Jan

Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED

Ár rogha - 13th -20th Jan

Music Network presents Anxo Lorenzo, Dónal O’Connor, Jack Talty & Jim Murray | Droichead Arts Centre | 18th Jan

Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED

Ár rogha - 13th -20th Jan

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Documentary Season Spring 2020

    Tuesday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    New for 2020. Taking place from 14th- 28th January.  Real lives, inspirational, sad, funny and moving. Experience it all with our new season of acclaimed international documentaries. Ticket Bundle: 3 Documentaries for €18.  THE PONDS – TUE 14 JAN | 8PM | €8 AGAINST THE TIDE – TUE 21 JAN | 8PM | €8  GAZA –
  • TRAD BY MARK DOHERTY | LIVIN’ DRED

    Thursday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    An hilarious, absurd and poignant tale of a 100-year-old Irishman… and his father! Together they set out to discover the son they never knew he had. “There’s a child belonging to me wandering around out there for seventy years and I never met him. I’ve a trip left in me… Get me leg!” Featuring live
  • God Has No Country

    Friday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Donal Courtney  God has No Country follows Kerryman Monsignor Hugh O’ Flaherty in Rome during the Second World War and his torment as he has to decide to act in defence of those suffering under the tyranny of the Fascists. The play also reflects on the Monsignor’s upbringing and education in Killarney. Since the first performance in 2013, the play has been staged over 100 times,
  • DCM | Tara Erraught and Dearbhla Collins – Showcase Recital

    Saturday, 19:30 Location: St Peter’s Church of Ireland

    As part of A Celebration of the Voice, guest Artistic Director, Tara Erraught will give an evening recital showcasing the wonderful world of song. Accompanied by her musical partner, Dearbhla Collins, this concert will also feature local singers Amie Dyer, Hannah O’Brien and James McCreanor, who will have taken part in masterclasses with Tara and Dearbhla. “a beautifully formed mezzo-soprano voice” The New York
  • Kevin Burke

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    One of the greatest fiddlers of this or any generation, Kevin Burke is a legend in traditional Irish music. His bow has driven the Bothy Band, Patrick Street, Open House and Celtic Fiddle Festival.  His solo performances of flawless unaccompanied fiddle, delivered with humorous stories of the tunes and their makers, are an absolute delight. In whatever context,
  • DCM | Opera Gala with Irish National Opera Orchestra

    Sunday, 19:30 Location: St Peter’s Church of Ireland

    Opera fans and music fans alike are in for a treat when international mezzo soprano Tara Erraught brings her weekend as guest director of A Celebration of the Voice to a climatic end with a concert featuring some of the most loved and best-known arias from the glorious world of opera. With Irish National Opera
  • Patrick Feeney

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Hailing from Gurteen in County Sligo, Patrick Feeney is highly regarded as one of Ireland’s finest vocal talents and performers and his forthcoming ‘Country and Gospel’ tour will feature many of his most popular songs like ‘I Believe’, ‘Someone to Love Me’ and his recent smash hit recording ‘Jerusalem’, which received nightly standing ovations on the
  • Ines Khai

    Friday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Ines Khai is a Guadeloupean singer based in Dundalk. Her new album, Pitit a Lanmè (Child of the Sea), mixes Guadeloupean traditional music and soul-blues influences. Her melodies and creole words sing of the salt and the water, the mystery of the sea and the memory of loved ancestors. Featuring the premiere of her new music video, Ines is sure to seduce
  • Sive

    Wednesday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Dates: 26th – 29th February. Castle Players The Castle Players will transport their audience back to 1959, in the West of Ireland, during the times of infamous match making. Sive, a young, illegitimate school girl, beloved by her grandmother and sweetheart Liam Scuab, has been ‘matched up’ by the local matchmaker Thomasheen Sean Rua, against her will by her scheming aunt
  • Music of Irish Drawing Rooms

    Sunday, 15:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Karin Leitner and Teresa O’Donnell Flautist, Karin Leitner and harpist, Teresa O’Donnell will take you on a delightful journey of music through the centuries. Their exquisite programme will include works by Albinoni, Bax, Moore and Rutter. Karin has played in the Vienna State Opera, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Irish Chamber Orchestra. Teresa has performed with several ensembles, including the Irish Chamber Orchestra. Karin
  • Beyond the Horizon: The Pink Floyd Show

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Combining great musicianship, amazing singers and a own custom light and laser show, this is a top class Irish Pink Floyd Experience. Everyone in the band is a life-long Pink Floyd fan, and it comes across in the set-lists and stage show. The Pink Floyd Show. Played by Pink Floyd fans for Pink Floyd fans! More
  • Sundays in Spring 2020

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    This is the fifth annual Sundays in Spring series, organised by Carlingford Lough Heritage Trust with the support of our Artistic Directors, Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre. The concerts provide a welcome alternative, much appreciated and enjoyable hour out from the hustle and bustle for local people and visitors alike, in the uniquely intimate
  • Sundays in Spring 2020

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    This is the fifth annual Sundays in Spring series, organised by Carlingford Lough Heritage Trust with the support of our Artistic Directors, Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre. The concerts provide a welcome alternative, much appreciated and enjoyable hour out from the hustle and bustle for local people and visitors alike, in the uniquely intimate
  • Sundays in Spring 2020

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    This is the fifth annual Sundays in Spring series, organised by Carlingford Lough Heritage Trust with the support of our Artistic Directors, Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre. The concerts provide a welcome alternative, much appreciated and enjoyable hour out from the hustle and bustle for local people and visitors alike, in the uniquely intimate
  • Sundays in Spring 2020

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    This is the fifth annual Sundays in Spring series, organised by Carlingford Lough Heritage Trust with the support of our Artistic Directors, Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre. The concerts provide a welcome alternative, much appreciated and enjoyable hour out from the hustle and bustle for local people and visitors alike, in the uniquely intimate
  • Sundays in Spring 2020

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    This is the fifth annual Sundays in Spring series, organised by Carlingford Lough Heritage Trust with the support of our Artistic Directors, Zoë Conway and John Mc Intyre. The concerts provide a welcome alternative, much appreciated and enjoyable hour out from the hustle and bustle for local people and visitors alike, in the uniquely intimate

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