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  • The Elves &The Shoemaker

    The Elves &The Shoemaker

    Fri 1 May, 9.30am, 12pm, 6pm
    Sat 2 May, 12pm, 3pm

    Fidget Feet’s, The Elves & The Shoemaker, is immersive storytelling with music and aerial circus for children aged between 4-8yrs and their families.

    “You are left utterly stunned. Excellent.” The Irish Times (on Fidget Feet)
  • Mick Flannery

    Mick Flannery

    Supported by Niall Connolly

    Sat 16 May, 8pm

    Beneath and beyond the beautifully understated, uncomplicated and uncluttered production on “By the Rule”, Flannery’s songs usher us into a world which is by times emotional, romantic, dark, insightful and hopeful.

  • Druid Shakespeare

    Druid Shakespeare

    Richard II, Henry IV (Pts.1 & 2) and Henry V

    Tues 9 June, part 1, 7.30pm
    Wed 10 June, part 2, 7.30pm
    Friday 12 June, Cycle, 5pm
    Sat 13 June, Cycle, 2pm

    An epic story of war, family and the making of nations. DruidShakespeare is the story of three men who would be king. It spans decades, chronicles rebellion, breeds armies and witnesses the rise and fall of great men and those who dare oppose them.

  • Dhafer Youssef: Birds Requiem

    Dhafer Youssef: Birds Requiem

    Tues 21 July, 8pm

    Tunisian-born Dhafer Youssef is a highly-praised virtuoso of the oud, the Arabic lute, as well as a singer and composer. Dhafer will be joined by pianist Kristjan Randalu, double bass player, Phil Donkin and Ferenc Nemeth on drums for what promises to be one of the highlights of the festival.

  • BELL X1 Acoustic Tour

    BELL X1 Acoustic Tour

    Sat 31 Oct, 8pm

    We are delighted to announce that Bell X1 are embarking on an Acoustic tour in Autumn and will play the Hawk's Well on Saturday 31st of October at 8pm.

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