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Irish singer songwriter Karan Casey celebrates the release of her new album Nine Apples of Gold.
The album is an ode to the natural world featuring the songbirds of Portglenone, the moon, conversations from the grave and returning to the wild.
‘For the Atoll’ is a beautiful and thought-provoking cycle of poetry, music and song – with texts written by Jane Robinson set to music by Malachy Robinson.
The Rose Maker is a French comedy film, starring Catherine Frot as Eve Vernet, a formerly successful rose grower on the verge of bankruptcy, who hires three workers with no horticultural skills, that she must train to save her business.
Join our curators to explore a new spring exhibition, Pastel Revealed (25 February – 5 June 2023), highlighting the richness of the Gallery’s pastel collection, with works spanning four centuries. Via Zoom Webinar.
Peter Gowen takes the lead in Patrick McCabe’s Beckett-esque one-man show.
Directed by Conor Hanratty, McCabe’s triumphant theatrical display has been picking up rave reviews and great enthusiastic audience response.
Inspired by Lizzy Goodman’s bestselling book, Meet Me In The Bathroom is an immersive archival journey through the explosive New York music scene of the early 2000s.
Florence Pugh plays Allison, a young woman whose world falls apart when she survives an unimaginable tragedy, whilst in recovery for an opioid addiction and unresolved grief. She forms an unlikely friendship with her would-be father-in-law.
One of Bach’s most magnificent creations, the St. Matthew Passion will come to life by dynamic Irish conductor Peter Whelan directing the Irish Baroque Orchestra and vocal ensemble Sestina, with tenor James Way singing the Evangelist role.
Felice Lasco (Pierfrancesco Favino) suffers an identity crisis when returning to his home town after a prolonged absence in our atmospheric drama Nostalgia. As he tries to reconnect with his language and culture, he soon finds himself unintentionally
Town of Strangers, executive produced by Joshua Oppenheimer (The Act of Killing), directed by award-winning Irish filmmaker Treasa O’Brien is a ‘hybrid’ feature film using auditions, observational documentary and magical realism.