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27 Jan 2020
Exhibition

Exhibition by Susan Cairns at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

09 Feb 2020
Exhibition

Launch of Exhibition by Margo Banks

Growing up in Clontarf with sweeping views of Dublin Bay, Margo Banks was an artistically precocious child and began oil painting classes at 13 years of age. Margo is a Fellow of the Ballinglen Arts Foundation and has exhibited widely around Ireland including the Royal Hibernian Academy and Royal Ulster Academy. Her works sits in private collections across Ireland, the US, UK and Holland as well as the Office of Public Works, Enterprise Ireland and Cill Rialaig Arts Centre.

16 Feb 2020
Music

Slow Session at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Our Slow Sessions are aimed towards adult musicians who are learning an instrument and are at a stage where they wish to take part in a relaxed informal traditional music session. These sessions aim to encourage the participants to learn a repertoire of new tunes while playing with other musicians at slow to moderate tempos.

16 Feb 2020
Film

Patrick Feeney - Country and Gospel

Hailing from Gurteen in County Sligo, Patrick Feeney is highly regarded as one of Ireland’s finest vocal talents and performers and his forthcoming ‘Country and Gospel’ tour will feature many of his most popular songs like ‘I Believe’, ‘Someone to love me’ and his recent smash hit recording ‘Jerusalem’, which received nightly standing ovations on the hugely successful 3 Amigos Tour along with his great friends Jimmy Buckley and Robert Mizzell.

20 Feb 2020
dance

Lords of Strut - Absolute Legends

All their lives, Sean and Seamus have wanted to be famous. To get there they need to make the perfect dance routine; they need your help. In this dance fantasy adventure, the brothers rock out banging moves, run into trouble, have a few tantrums, cause a bit of mayhem and find out if fame is really what they’re looking for after all.

20 Feb 2020
comedy

Des Bishop - Mia Mamma

I am often asked “where do you get your material from?” The truth is really that I try to see the funny in everything. My mother died in March 2019 and of course it was sad and grief can be tough sometimes but I saw a lot of funny in that too. Since death comes to us all and grief is something most of us will experience I thought there must be plenty of people who would like that funny to be shared. Also I did a show about my Dad being sick back in 2010 and I couldn’t face my mother in the afterlife because I know her first question would be “your Father got a show, how come I didn’t get one?”

21 Feb 2020
language

Mother Tongues Festival

Draíocht is delighted to be working with Mother Tongues Festival for the first time in 2020 to present a range of workshops and performances in different languages for children, young people, families and adults.

21 Feb 2020
Music

The Celtic Tenors 20th Anniversary Tour

With a polished international reputation and just over a million album sales under their belts, The Celtic Tenors offer something truly unique. The skill, range and ability of world-class tenors combined with the personality and fun of genuine performers. 

22 Feb 2020
comedy

A Holy Show

A new comedy based on the 1981 hijacking of an Aer Lingus plane, by an ex-Trappist monk, with a bottle of water as his weapon, the Pope as his nemesis, and a burning desire to know The Third Secret of Fatima.

22 Feb 2020
Music

Aoife Scott at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Following her highly celebrated debut album 'Carry The Day' which was triumphantly launched at Temple Bar Tradfest in 2016 to rapturous acclaim, Aoife Scott releases her much anticipated second album ‘Homebird' in January 2020.