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  • A Doll’s House

    A Doll’s House

    based on HENRIK IBSEN'S classic tale

    Wed 30 May 2018, 8pm

    This artful adaptation focuses on the impossible idolisation of one 'perfect' woman, by a man who walks with weights around his ankles. Incorporating visually-stunning choreography and emotive, real-life verbatim interviews, our contemporary version will rocket Ibsen's famous tale into a hugely relevant re-telling for modern audiences.

  • Keepy Uppy

    Keepy Uppy

    Thurs 7 June 2018, 10am & 4.30pm

    Keeping Uppy is a play for the 2018 World Cup year, for football fans, non-football fans, children and families. Join us and celebrate the joy of the beautiful game with popping rhymes, fab footie moves, flicks and sidesteps underscored by toe tapping live music. This is a visual treat that will ignite children’s imagination from kick-off to the final whistle!

  • On The Road - Christy Moore - Solo

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New Scholarship Award for Yeats International Summer School

Hawk’s Well Theatre is delighted to announce a new scholarship for the 59th Yeats International Summer School. In keeping with the ethos of arts for all, everybody is welcome to apply for Hawk’s Well Theatre Sligo scholarship. There is no age limit or academic requirement.The award will enable the successful recipient to attend 12 wonderful lecturers and cultural events. Guest speakers this year include journalist Fintan O’Toole and author Mike McCormick... 

Join the Sligo Community Adult Orchestra

Did you learn to play an instrument years ago but haven’t taken it out of its case for a very long time? Or have you taken up playing an instrument in adult life just for fun? We might just have the perfect opportunity for you!


Enjoyed popping into @itsligo creative showcase today. It runs until 30th May. Well worth a visit.

posted 25 May

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‘Terrific two hander, outstanding performances ‘

Said Nick Rose about 'The Good Father'