Albert Lee, the living guitar legend, the reliable Sideman, now amazing bandleader.
The Hired Man follows the life of John Tallentire and his family through the trials of early 20th century rural and industrial working life to the war-torn trenches of WW1.
Fishamble’s Maz and Bricks tells the story of two young people who meet over the course of a day in Dublin. Maz is attending a ‘Repeal the 8th’ demonstration, while Bricks is going to meet the mother of his young daughter.
John Duhan will perform songs from his internationally acclaimed recently released album on the ARC Music label - The Irishman’s Finest Collection
After sell-out shows at the Cork Jazz Festival and standing ovations across the country, Ladies in the Blues takes you on a women’s journey through the blues.
What is your heart made of? Céard a chothaíonn do chroí? This year’s Galway Theatre Festival asks us to think about what it is that nourishes our heart.
Mary Black and her legendary band are back on tour in Ireland in Spring 2018 to promote her new album ‘Mary Black Sings Jimmy Mac’
An eclectic soundscape features Rebel Swedish jazz band Je Suis!, NASA recordings of the solar system and iconic opera music.
One of Ireland’s most enigmatic and entertaining performers, Jerry Fish has evolved into a showman extraordinaire.
The True Story of a Belfast boy growing up with no father to guide him through, and a giant ball to weigh him down.
On the morning of her wedding day, a young Bride is visited by a headstrong former lover, reigniting a family blood feud that has been simmering for years.
A rich musical experience tracing the often turbulent journey of Traditional Irish Music, Song and Dance across two centuries.
The Irish folk legend, who has left his mark on the music of Ireland for more than four decades as the lead singer and uilleann pipes player for the Fureys, has always been at the forefront of musical change.
Margaret Mc Kenna Mullan is back with her brand new play, a humorous and touching play about the relationship between mother and daughter as roles are reversed when the daughter becomes carer and protector of her ageing mother.
Bosco is Bosco, not a boy, not a girl, just a Bosco: a cheeky, lovely, funny, slightly-cracked, irrepressible, eternal five-year-old who lives in a box and who loves nothing more than to just be Bosco and meet all the boys and girls.
Using satire, imagery, historical insight and song, Paddy reveals the 10 strangest things (and Darkest Secrets) that happened before, during and after the insurrection that (briefly) united Protestant, Catholic and Dissenter.
Ignite your passion for adventure, action and travel through an exhilarating collection of the latest films from the most talented adventure film makers of today.
The songs we sang as children; the songs we danced to with the showbands; the songs we hummed after we saw those great musical films.
A young Irish woman agrees to visit the local Big House for a rest and gets a lot more than she bargained for.
Be prepared to stand in your seats as Rebecca delivers her flawless rendition of Tina Turner’s greatest hits.
The Gospel Rising Music Festival presents their main festival concert as part of their gospel choir music festival weekend in Galway.
King Kong Company have “21st century swagger” (Irish Times) are “festival legends in the making” (Irish Examiner) and are the best live act in Ireland today (Pure M Awards).
A celebration of the creative and seductive world of cabaret and burlesque, featuring top performers from across the globe.
Bright Club is the ‘variety night for lateral minds’, where brave researchers take to the stage and discuss their work through stand-up comedy.
This masterpiece is one of the greatest and most loved Irish plays. Blue Teapot presents a deeply authentic version by casting an actor with an intellectual disability as Rose.
A programme of music by composers Telemann, Purcell, Marini, Biber, Handel and Leclair inspired by fantastical literary works from the 17th and 18th centuries alongside traditional Irish music.
The Piper and the Faerie Queen, Beasts & Gods, Tristan y Yseut, A Walk in the Dark Woods, and In Darkness let me Dwell
The tragic legend of Tristan and Yseut tells a tale of love, loyalty and jealousy.
A musical collection of mythological figures in late 14th century Italy
Genevieve Ryan Dance Academy's end of year showcase promises to strike all the poses with polished performances from all our classes.
Featuring princesses, fairies, evil sorcerers and smelly trolls, this musical adventure combines storytelling and music in a charming performance for the young and young at heart.
Exploring the theme of darkness in its many guises, the programme features some of the most profound and beautiful works of the period
Mise Eire The Show takes the audience on a journey through Ireland's rich past. Visiting fascinating characters such as Grace O'Malley, The Pirate Queen of Connacht and Cu Chulainn the Irish Warrior
In 1898, one hundred and fifty thousand men and women set off for the Yukon territories in search of freedom and gold.
Noel is struggling with an alcohol addiction, when he gets a call from Stella, a girlfriend with whom he shared a drunken weekend.
Inspired by a true story, Mary And Me is a compellingly original imagining of a young woman’s search for understanding and meaning when at a milestone in her life.