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Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED

Ár rogha - 15th - 22nd April

Traditional Music- Slow Sessions | Droichead Arts Centre | 20th April

Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED

Ár rogha - 15th - 22nd April

Japanese Film Festival 2019 | An Táin Arts Centre | 20th April

Thar Barr - NOT TO BE MISSED

Ár rogha - 15th - 22nd April

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Sundays in Spring Concert Series

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    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 match the Centre’s ever growing reputation for bringing high quality acts that have
  • Borrowed Ground

    Tuesday, 19:30 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Date: TUE 30 APR – SUN 14 JULY Artists: Vivienne Byrne, Nuala Early, Jillian Gott, Laura Gramzow, Brian Hegarty, Breda Marron, Kieran McNulty, Caoimhe Reynolds, Violet Shirran, Rodney Thornton, Dee Walsh. 11 Artists. 8 Studios. 11 Residencies. 11 weeks. An exciting, experimental pop-up artist studio, residency and exhibition, where eleven artists will work in eight purpose
  • Nurse with Wound

    Friday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Nurse With Wound has been Steven Stapleton’s main musical outlet for close on 40 years. Stapleton’s eclectic tastes in art, film and music is often reflected in the broad and often unpredictable music of NWW, an output of which draws directly on nearly every musical genre imaginable yet consistently retains a distinctively and recognizable Nurse
  • Sundays in Spring Concert Series

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    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 match the Centre’s ever growing reputation for bringing high quality acts that have
  • Ten Plagues

    Sunday, 17:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Tracing one man’s journey through a city in crisis, Ten Plagues charts the great plague of 1665, including its entering the island through the port of Drogheda. Part torch song, part Schubert, this ground-breaking piece of music-theatre written by composer Conor Mitchell and playwright Mark Ravenhill includes a striking visual experience created specifically for the
  • Met Opera in HD: Dialogues Des Carmélites | Poulenc

    Saturday, 17:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the classic John Dexter production of Poulenc’s devastating story of faith and martyrdom. Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard sings the touching role of Blanche and soprano Karita Mattila, a legend in her own time, returns to the Met as the Prioress. The Metropolitan Opera in New York is celebrating its 12th season of the
  • Tom Baxtere

    Saturday, 20:30 Location: Oriel Centre Dundalk Gaol

    One of the most distinguished songwriters of the 21st century, Tom Baxter is set to make a very eagerly awaited appearance in the Oriel Centre, Dundalk Gaol on Saturday 18th May 2019. Tom Baxter made his name with such heart-stopping originals such as ‘This Boy’ ‘Almost There’ and ‘Day in Verona’ all the while being
  • Sundays in Spring Concert Series

    Sunday, 16:00 Location: Carlingford Heritage Centre

    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 match the Centre’s ever growing reputation for bringing high quality acts that have
  • Women and Traditional Singing | with Niamh Parsons

    Monday, 19:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Dates: Monday 13 May | 20 May | 10 Jun | 17 Jun | 24 Jun. An introduction to traditional singing with traditional singer and balladeer Niamh Parsons. This six week programme will explore the history of traditional singing, song provenance, being comfortable in your own voice, and some simple breathing exercises. Each week, you will
  • The Experience of Being | Bealtaine

    Tuesday, 14:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Presented by An Grianán Theatre. Written & performed by Carol Moore.   On her 60th birthday, Cathy should be celebrating but it rapidly goes downhill. “In the shop they didn’t see me. They saw a warm cardigan and sensible shoes woman. An insignificant woman.” A funny, absorbing and moving one-woman play, The Experience of Being
  • Smallone | Bealtaine

    Tuesday, 15:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Presented by Bottom Dog Theatre Company. Written by John Murphy. Performed by Michelle O Flanagan. Mingey loves her cats, Peru and Club Milks. She hates Sunday mass-ones, blackmange mutts and papery sausages. She is feisty and mischievous but has a heart full of love. She guards her privacy like a treasure. She refuses to be
  • Theatre | The Matchmaker

    Friday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Based on the novella “Letters of a County Matchmaker”, CTD’s production of John B. Keane’s beloved hit comedy will play at Droichead Arts Centre for one night only this June, part of our summer theatre season.  Starring TV favourites Mary McEvoy (Glenroe) and Jon Kenny(d’Unbelievables), The Matchmaker follows the efforts of Dicky Mick Dicky O’Connor to make matches for the lonely and lovelorn. Together,
  • Louth’s Cruinniú na nÓg

    Saturday, 13:00 Location: Mellifont Abbey

    Louth’s Cruinniú na nÓg, a free family day out celebrating young people and children. Combining music, storytelling, visual arts, craft and heritage, as well as a few surprises. The day will showcase some of the best of Louth’s cultural gems in the beautiful setting of Mellifont Abbey, the first Cistercian monastery in Ireland. Atmospheric in their own
  • A Midsummer Night’s Song

    Friday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Eoin Hynes & Helene Hutchinson-Murray Celebrate the summer solstice with a magical night filled with captivating performances of popular operatic arias and favourites from musical theatre with tenor Eoin Hynes and soprano Helene Hutchinson-Murray. Eoin Hynes is a classically trained, multi award-winning tenor, hailing from Co. Galway. Eoin has performed on stages across the world
  • Theatre | Brothers of the Brush

    Friday, 20:00 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    25 years after the original production won Best New Play at Dublin Theatre Festival, Brothers of the Brush by Jimmy Murphy returns in an entertaining and thought-provoking new production from Verdant. Starring Luke Griffin (The Clinic, Pure Mule), Stephen Cromwell (Red Rock), Stephen Jones (Love/Hate, Red Rock) and Gerard Byrne (Fair City), Murphy’s play tells the story of three house painters, making a meagre living, overseen by an arrogant
  • Pride and Prejudice | Outdoor at Oldbridge

    Saturday, 18:30 Location: Droichead Arts Centre

    Come and experience all the joy of live theatre in the open-air!    Take a step back in time with Chapterhouse Theatre Company to meet Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Austen’s notorious heroine. When Elizabeth meets the terse and abrupt Mr. Darcy, she loathes him at first sight. But is there more to him than meets the
  • 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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