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  • Double Bill : Soweto Kinch and friends & Virgil Donati’s Fusion Jam

    Double Bill : Soweto Kinch and friends & Virgil Donati’s Fusion Jam

    SLIGO JAZZ FESTIVAL

    Sat 29 July, 8pm

    Sligo Jazz Artist in Residence 2017, Soweto Kinch has amassed an unprecedented array of accolades including a nomination for the much coveted Mercury Award and two MOBO awards. Virgil Donati’s astonishing drum performances have prompted collaborations with a huge range of world renowned artists and he continues to push the limits of the instrument.

  • TYPE

    TYPE

    Tue 29 Aug, 8pm
    Workshops from 11 Aug

    Theatre maker Kellie Hughes, will be developing a new theatre show; TYPE, at the Hawk’s Well this August, in collaboration with Italian movement specialists Oscar Valsecchi and Valentina Temussi,
    German composer/musician David Stalling and Irish visual artist/scenographer Michael Cummins. Join us and become part of the theatrical experience as we present a first sharing of this new work-in-development this August.

  • Cherish the Ladies

    Cherish the Ladies

    Sun 27 Aug, 8pm

    Cherish the Ladies are a much-loved, Grammy-nominated, Irish-American super group formed in New York City in 1985 to celebrate the rise of women in what had been a male-dominated Irish music scene. They have since toured the world, played the White House and the Olympics, and recorded fifteen outstanding albums. With a spectacular blend of virtuoso instrumental talents, beautiful vocals, captivating arrangements and stunning step dancing, the group takes the best of Irish traditional culture and puts on an immensely entertaining show.

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‘Fascinating synergy of WB’s words and the Christine Tobin’s wonderful vocals’

Said Aidan Crowley about 'Sailing to Byzantium- Christine Tobin'