The Vanbrugh and their guests present two much-loved works from the extended chamber music repertoire. Beethoven’s String Quintet Op.104  and Dvořák’s String Quintet Op.77 
Handel’s delightful pastoral opera Acis and Galatea has been popular for 300 years. With a witty text in English, it has nymphs and shepherds, love and jealousy, and wonderful music and song.
After some time sitting on the couch we are back to real life. In this show Gearóid takes a look at the litany of things in our lives that just don’t measure up. Everything from his generic-looking cat to Shania Twain.
Kieran Quinn returns to the Hawk’s Well this autumn for a 32nd Theme Night celebrating ‘The Power of Love’. These shows always entertain and delight audiences and this one promises to be no different.
Formed by Charlie McGettigan in 1973, Jargon, the highly talented multi-instrumentalist acoustic quartet, has returned, revisiting their interpretations and original songs in Ragtime, Blues, Folk and Bluegrass styles.
To celebrate the launch of two new titles Lepus Print welcomes everyone to our third Indie Afternoon with the Hawk’s Well Theatre.
Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine take everyone’s favourite storybook characters and bring them together for a timeless yet relevant piece and a rare modern classic. The Tony Award-winning book and score are both enchanting and touching.
Using four enthralling monologues to interweave the stories of three intriguing characters, Friel takes us on an extraordinary journey of shifting perspectives and uncertain memories.
The Unthanks have been described as “a take on tradition that flips so effortlessly between jazz, classical, ambient and post-rock, it makes any attempt to put a label on them a waste of time”.
Historical Entertainer Paddy Cullivan brings you the incredible story of the mysterious death of Theobald Wolfe Tone, the founding father of Irish Republicanism.