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  • Host


    Artist: John Conway

    Sat 15 Nov - Sat 20 Dec

    This exhibition plays host to our imagination and is inspired by the WB Yeats poem “The Hosting Of The Sidhe" (1893)

  • The Far Off Hills
  • Hey Mr. Bass Man

    Hey Mr. Bass Man

    Sat 22 Nov, 8pm

    The Hawk's Well celebrates one of the musical stalwarts of Sligo, bassist Eddie Lee who willl be joined by many of his musical friends to celebrate his enormous contribution to music in Sligo.

  • Swan Lake

    Swan Lake


    Wed 26 Nov, 8pm

    Ballet Ireland is delighted to present Swan Lake, one of the greatest love stories of classical ballet. This most famous of ballets combines romantic themes, classical technique and ethereal imagery together with Tchaikovsky's majestic score, to ensure this masterpiece’s immortality. SOLD OUT!

    ‘exuberant and beautiful production’ Irish Mail on Sunday
  • Jimmy MacCarthy

    Jimmy MacCarthy

    Thurs 27 Nov, 8pm

    Ireland's foremost songwriters Jimmy MacCarthy returns to performing with his ‘Prophecy / Conspiracy ?’ tour.

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Premiere of The Far Off Hills directed by Mikel Murfi at Sligo’s Hawk’s Well Theatre

A hilarious tale of scheming siblings, love and general jiggery-pokery, Lennox Robinson’s “The Far Off Hills” is set to embark on a national tour and opens at the Hawk’s Well Theatre on Thursday 20th of November at 8pm where it runs for two nights.  Directed by Mikel Murfi, the production stars Steve Blount (Moone Boy, HBO’s Game of Thrones), Caoimhe O’Malley (Reign), Julie Sharkey (Fair City) and Sligo woman Niamh McGrath (Calvary).

‘The Second Coming’ - Hawk’s Well Co-Production set for Glasgow’s Celtic Connections Festival

In May of this year the premiere of The Second Coming took place at the Hawk’s Well Theatre in Sligo where over two nights, audiences were spellbound by a spectacular show which beautifully fused traditional Irish music, song and dance with aerial circus, theatre, narrative and film. This co-production from Fidget Feet Aerial Dance Theatre and Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo has since gone on to perform to sell-out audiences in Limerick as part of the Limerick City of Culture Programme and has now been selected for four performances in January 2015 at Glasgow’s renowned Celtic Connections Festival (the largest annual winter music festival of its kind and the UK's premier celebration of Celtic music).


. #TheFarOffHills Thanks @HawksWellSligo for a great night. #SuspensionInversionEmmersionOfDisbeliefe if that's not too long a hash tag

posted 21 Nov

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