From Donal O’Kelly to the Chamber Philharmonic Europe – there is something for everyone!
For the theatre lover…
Bat the Rabbit, Father the Son – 8pm, Thursday the 7th March
A sobering, funny touching and frightening marvel .. O’Kelly’s manic performance is extraordinary – Sunday Independent
Celebrate International Women’s Day…
Ailie Blunnie & Victoria Geelan – 8pm, Friday the 8th March
This album extends beyond innovative musical arrangements, even beyond the skill of poetic, expressive lyrics. Blunnie’s songs are transcendent and transporting – Colleen Taylor | NY Irish Echo
Victoria crafts a show she gives her soul to – Linley Hamilton, jazz musician and broadcaster, BBC Radio Ulster
For parents & teenagers…
#BraveNewWorld2019 – 8pm, Friday the 15th of March
A free rehearsed reading about trolling, cyber-bullying and revenge porn by The Rabbit’s Riot Theatre Company.
To start off your St. Paddy’s weekend…
BackWest – 8pm, Saturday the 16th of March
BackWest have set new standards with their unique signature style. Deeply rooted in the tradition, they are ‘an innovative, thrilling ensemble of high calibre and vastly experienced musicians -Irish Music Magazine
For the classical music lover…
Chamber Philharmonic Europe! – 8pm, Tuesday the 19th of March
Chamber Philharmonic Europe with award-winning soloists Cyrill Gussaroff (Trumpet) and Michel Gerchwin (violin). Enjoy an evening of versatile sounds and complex emotions with the selected works of Corelli, Ponchielli, Suk , J. S. Bach, Rachmaninoff and Holst.
Pota Óir – 8pm, Friday the 22nd of March
A film screening with a Q & A with band members!
One of the most beautifully euphoric live experiences – BBC World Review
The Bridge – 8pm, Thursday the 28th of March
Following a successful UK Tour in 2018, Grammy nominee Eduardo Martin, one of the most prominent contemporary guitar composers and his former student Ahmed Dickinson- Cardenas visit Ireland for the first time. With their uninhibited Cuban exuberance they have created a fresh approach to african, jazz and classical music. Bridging the gap between two generations, these guitar virtuosos transport you to Cuba with their irresistible duets.
8pm, Saturday the 30th of March
Based on stories gathered from members of active age groups, historical societies and railway enthusiasts, this original drama written by Carlo Gébler, is a highly entertaining A-Z celebrating the loves, losses and landscape of the Sligo, Leitrim and Northern Counties Railway.