Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Culture Catch (every Tuesday)

Cork happenings
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Philip Gray’s exhibition opens tonight - BuckleyFineArt Buckley Fine Art -Look out for Mark & Ken if you want to ask about Philips work #bornfree http://bit.ly/eH5wIO 

Neil Flynn debuts in CAT with THE HOTHOUSE All the details at http://corkandabout.blogspot.com/

For those who missed the Late Late Show on Friday. Julian will be performing at the Everyman Palace Theate for one... http://fb.me/BAPXdZZV

brianclayton Brian Clayton
nice! Gemma Hayes is playing at the Glucksman in UCC Friday 14th for lunchtime concert.

CometoCork Steve Cox RT @bosca: Cork Spring Literary Festival: If you find yourself in the People's Republic this February then... http://bit.ly/fBDEbS

The next *An Audience with ….* will be with Katie McGroarty on Saturday 22nd January in the Great Island Community Centre. Katie will be playing with a new line-up for this concert with Alan Carney on Piano, Gillian Horgan on Violin and Peter Wilson on Double Bass…plus Special Guests.

Cork Independent
SetList: Brian Hayes Curtin on why 2011 looks good for the Cork arts scene

Sirius Arts Centre We're back! Gallery Hours Wed - Fri 11 - 5/Sat & Sun 2 - 5 and Mon & Tues Closed. Exhibition of People of the Sea on show until the 23 Jan - reception taking place in West Cork at West Cork Arts Centre on Saturday 8 January at 3pm.... More to come! 

CelticRossHotel Celtic Ross Hotel - Come to "Phantom and The Musicals" Sunday, May 1 from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm. Phantom and The Musicals will be...http://fb.me/zEJSEqxN

bitedesign bitedesign  by johnfoley #FF @imagine_ireland — Culture Ireland’s year of Irish arts in USA.http://www.imagineireland.ie http://cultureireland.gov.ie

OPERA HOUSE  COMEDY Fri 14 & Sat 15 Jan, 8pm Katherine Lynch: The Hack-Of-Ya Tour The Leitrim funny lady is back and bolder than ever.  Packed with cheeky comedy, song and dance. Tickets: €28 (Booking fee may apply)

Listowel Writers' Week www.writersweek.ie welcome you to our first newsletter! 
We are delighted and excited to be celebrating our 40th Festival in 2011 and so make sure that you put the 1st to 5th June in your new 2011 diaries! In addition, we have great pleasure in announcing our wonderful array of Literary Workshops and Competitions for 2011 - check out our website www.writersweek.ie for full details.

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