The Royal Moscow ballet presents Swan Lake | TLT Drogheda | 22nd February


Ár rogha - 18th - 25th Feb

The Pale | Spirit Store | 22nd February


Ár rogha - 18th - 25th Feb

Eddi Reader | The Crescent Concert Hall | 23rd Feb


Ár rogha - 18th - 25th Feb



  • Rapids | Theatre

    Thursday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    BY SHAUN DUNNE Exploring instances of disclosure and the presence of stigma in the lives of men and women who are HIV+ in Ireland today, Talking Shop Ensemble and Shaun Dunne make their Droichead Arts Centre debut with Rapids; their smash hit show that looks to playfully and respectfully make the private public. In making this
  • Opera: La Fille Du Régiment | Donizetti

    Saturday, 17:55 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    La Fille Du Régiment | Donizetti Tenor Javier Camarena and soprano Pretty Yende team up for a feast of bel canto vocal fireworks—including the show-stopping tenor aria “Ah! Mes amis,” with its nine high Cs. Alessandro Corbelli and Maurizio Muraro trade off as the comic Sergeant Sulpice, with mezzosoprano Stephanie Blythe as the outlandish Marquise of Berkenfield. Enrique
  • In the Making | St. Ita’s School, Drogheda

    Wednesday, 10:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Dates: Wednesday 6 March – Saturday 9 March 2019 An exhibition of 36 self-portrait assemblages by students of St. Ita’s School, Drogheda, that feature works created, treasured and found that combine to form unique and striking self-portraits. The emphasis of the programme is to create a series of artworks that are strongly individual. Artists Yvonne Dowd
  • Remember to Breathe | Theatre

    Thursday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    BY ORLA MURPHY A swimming pool in post-earthquake Christchurch, New Zealand. Recent Irish emigrant Maeve is learning to swim. ‘Swimaholic’ coach Doreen eggs her on. Maeve must battle the water and an unresolved dilemma with Johnny, her much-loved father, back home. Mixing serious themes with warm humor Remember to Breathe is a deeply moving play about moving
  • Blood Red Lines

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Playhouse Theatre and Peacebuilding Academy Stories shared in the pub, heard by a new generation worried about the future… The growing anxiety in border communities about the effect Brexit will have on peace… The fight for justice, for the truth… BAFTA winning film and theatre maker Robert Rae gives a new voice to the tragedies that occurred
  • Sweet About Me | Theatre

    Thursday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

      By Jacinta Sheerin Bernie Fagan has anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder. Sure, why have one when you can have them all?  Sweet About Me is a one woman show about addiction. Set in a treatment centre over the course of a month, we get to meet all the clients, hear their stories and witness
  • Conal McIntyre and Mark Corcoran

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Conal McIntyre and Mark Corcoran celebrate the launch of their split cassette-only record with this special gig. Each cassette is a package to treasure and lovingly produced by the art organisation thirty three-45. Tickets and more information here
  • Return of Spring | Ceol Connected

    Wednesday, 17:55 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Every year in Whistleberry Forest, the creatures of the forest look forward to the end of the frosty Winter, and to the beginning of Spring.  This year was a little different however, as Springtime had arrived much earlier than usual.  All the hibernating animals, except for Huggy the hedgehog, were still curled up fast asleep. 
  • Charlie’s a Clepto | Theatre

    Thursday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    By CLARE MONNELLY Droichead Arts Centre are delighted to welcome back the return of this highly successful show, presented by Axis Ballymun, and directed by Aaron Monaghan. Charlie is a kleptomaniac – the doctor told her. Reckons it stems from childhood trauma. But she has the robbin’ completely under control these days. For real. She has
  • Ireland’s Call

    Friday, 11:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Times: 11am & 8pm Follow the lives and family histories of three young men as they grow up in Coolock on Dublin’s northside. What shapes them and entices them to a life of crime? Examining issues of class, religion and identity, this new play is an unflinching exploration of the Irish psyche, bringing our collective guilts, secrets and flaws to the surface. Developed as part of Show
  • Droichead Arts Centre Gala Fundraiser hosted by Gerry O’Connor

    Friday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Special Gala Concert  – Music and Songs from Louth and Beyond hosted by GERRY O’ CONNOR Expect an extraordinary evening of Traditional Irish Music and Song, hosted by Louth’s acclaimed fiddler Gerry O’Connor, featuring a wealth of national and international talent,  including special guests The Irish Rovers. The gala concert’s exceptional line up continues with Máire Ní Choilm, Kern, SJ McArdle,
  • Freakshow

    Saturday, 20:00 Location: An Táin Arts Centre

    Big Telly Theatre Company Roll up if you dare, for a rare roadshow of revenge. In the 250th year of circus itself, the side show lunatics have taken over the asylum – and the madness makes total sense. Inspired by the true story of the 17th Century Portrush Giantess, Mary Murphy, Freak Show is an
  • The Frank & Walters – Acoustic

    Saturday, 20:30 Location: Dundalk Gaol, Oriel Centre

    The Frank and Walters are out on the road for a series of intimate acoustic gigs and have just announced that they are performing in the Oriel Centre, Dundalk Gaol on Saturday 30th March 2019. The Frank and Walters originally became world famous on the ‘90s indie scene and have produced seven studio albums. Recently
  • Sundays in Spring Concert Series

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    Dates: 7th April until 12th May excluding Easter Sunday Sundays in Spring Carlingford Heritage Centre is proud to announce the launch of the fourth annual Sundays in Spring afternoon concert series. Our Artistic Directors, Zoe Conway and John McIntyre, have succeeded once again in attracting a superb line-up of musicians, singers, songwriters and performers to
  • An Chúirt Chruitireachta, International Festival for Irish Harp

    Sunday, 13:00 Location: Termonfeckin

    Sunday 30th June 2019 sees harpers from Ireland and all corners of the world gather at An Chúirt Chruitireachta, Cairde na Cruite’s international Festival for Irish Harp in An Grianán, Termonfeckin, Co Louth. For more than thirty years, this TG4 award-winning harp festival, funded by The Arts Council and supported by Create Louth, the Louth

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