Following directives issued by the Government and Health Authorities, An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk, Droichead Arts Centre Stockwell St. and Barlow House, Drogheda will close to the public from 6pm today until Mon 30th Mar. All events due to take place in this period including tonight’s performance have been postponed.

Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED - CANCELLED

EVENTS CANCELLED UNTIL 30th MARCH

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Starling Blue

    Friday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Starling Blue are Hannah O’Brien, Liebe Kelly, Louise Steele & Patrice Doherty. Their unique acapella vocal sound received much attention over the last number of years following the release of their arrangement of Every Breaking Wave and their Workhouse live recording sessions. Listeners are treated to stunning solos, rich and ingenious harmonies and melodies throughout,
  • 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
  • Jekyll & Hyde

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

      EVENT DATE 15th – 18th April  Stage One Musical Group SONG are delighted to bring the Broadway smash hit musical “Jekyll & Hyde” back to An Táin Arts Centre, Dundalk after 10 years. Featuring some of the most beautiful songs written in recent times, this musical adaptation of Dr. Jekyll’s well-known endeavour to play
  • 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
  • Traditional Singing Programme with Niamh Parsons

    Monday, 19:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Intermediate traditional song workshop with traditional singer and balladeer Niamh Parsons. Improve the art of traditional singing, gain confidence, source songs, improve repertoire and learn songs. Niamh Parsons is one of the most distinctive voices in Irish music, and one of the best balladeers and vocalists of her time. The great Scottish balladeer Archie Fisher said ofher, “A songstress like her comes along once or
  • Maura Laverty – This Was Your Life

    Thursday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    BY YVONNE QUINN AND BAIRBRE NÍ CHAOIMH This sparkling new play will spirit Maura Laverty, Ireland’s famous broadcaster, agony aunt, playwright, writer of banned novels and iconic cookery books, back from the dead to face a contemporary audience as a guest on the ‘This Was Your Life’ show. Maura lived life passionately and her rollercoaster
  • Alison Spittle | Mother of God

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    The star of RTÉ‘s Nowhere Fast, returns to Droichead with her hilarious new show Mother of God. Its 2001, the world’s changed irreparably and somewhere in the middle of Ireland, a girl fights for the meaty role of Mary of Nazareth in the school nativity. This is a show about righting a wrong and looking like you
  • The Star of Chester’s Lane

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Quintessence Theatre | Spring 2020 National Tour in association with An Táin Arts Centre This is a man’s world: always has been. Or has it…? 1854: Mr McGrath has fallen to his death working on the building of the Boyne Viaduct in Drogheda, leaving his wife, Catherine, alone to fend for herself. What’s a poor woman to do…? …Put on his
  • 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
  • The Man in the Woman’s Shoes

    Wednesday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    A one man show written and performed by Mikel Murfi Set in October 1978 – Pope John Paul the First is not long dead, autumn is closing in and Pat Farnon has ‘some business’ to do in town. The Man In The Woman’s Shoes follows Pat Farnon as he walks to town and back again.
  • I Hear You and Rejoice

    Thursday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    We catch up with Pat once more as he embarks on a journey he had not quite planned and finds that every twist in the road can bring its own surprises. Late in his life, Pat Farnon, a cobbler and all-round contented man, marries the redoubtable Kitsy Rainey. It’s a match made in heaven, in
  • Bing and Ruth

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Bing & Ruth, the project steered by composer David Moore, have announced new tour dates for their European/US tour in  May and June and Drogheda Arts Festival and Droichead are the first venue on the tour! The only Irish date on the tour and exclusive to DAF.  Bing & Ruth are a Brooklyn-based minimalist ensemble led by
  • 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
  • Strolling Through Uylsses!

    Friday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Written and performed by Robert Gogan, Strolling Through Ulysses! guides you through the curious events and quirky characters of Ulysses, in a humorous, entertaining and informative manner, with extracts from the novel which best illustrate the various aspects of Joyce’s writing – the comical, the descriptive and the complex – without compromising the integrity of the great book.
  • Dirtbirds #NoFilters

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Dirtbirds Productions In a world where women are expected to have the patience of Mother Teresa, the arse of Jennifer Lopez, the social media profile of Kim Kardashian, and the BMI of Elle McPherson, the pressure is relentless. Dirtbirds, the comedy duo and internet sensation, present their hilarious new show ‘No Filters’ which takes a
  • LCMS: The Music of Leo Brouwer

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Louth Contemporary Music Society presents Cuban Landscapes: The Music of Leo Brouwer. Louth Contemporary Music Society’s ‘The Gathering’ Festival opens with a wonderful concert featuring the music of Cuba’s foremost composer Leo Brouwer. This concert in An Táin Arts Centre marks Brouwer’s first visit to Ireland. The name Leo Brouwer is familiar to nearly every

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