for ages 3-6yrs and their families
Sat 17 Nov 2018, 3pm
Join us for an interactive afternoon of music for young children and families who love to sing along and move and groove to some fun music. This high octane event will also feature a new suite of “silly songs” for smallies written by Róisín Egan. Guaranteed musical fun for the young and young at heart!
Tue 20 Nov 2018, 8pm
Stephen James Smith is a Dublin poet and playwright central to the rise of the Irish spoken word scene. Eithne Hand lives as much as she can in Ballinafad, Co. Sligo. A writer, producer and curator, her work has been shortlisted for the Patrick Kavanagh Award, the Gregory O’Donoghue Prize and for the Fish Award (2018).
Sat 24 Nov 2018, 8pm
In our ongoing mission to get the whole of Sligo singing, we bring back one of our most popular programmes, Sligo Sings! Featuring brand new choirs alongside some of our existing Sligo Sings choirs, this now annual event is a major celebration of our choirs achievements and is as uplifting as it is entertaining. Proceeds are in aid of the Hawk's Well Theatre Renovation Fund.
Highlights this Season
Hawk’s Well In Tune for Sligo Sings
In an ongoing mission to get the whole of Sligo singing, Hawk’s Well Theatre is once again hosting one of its most popular programmes; Sligo Sings on Saturday 24th November.
Applications invited for C.E. Administrative Assistant
We invite applications for Community Employment Scheme position of Administrative Assistant CES 2091305. The role involves...
Fun For Your Mad Hatters At The Children’s Festival This Mid-Term.
Returning to the Hawk’s Well Theatre, the Mad Hatter Children’s Festival bursts into life this half term. Offering something for the junior members of the family, the ever-popular event caters for all ages.
Memorable Performances at Sligo Docklands
Hawk’s Well Theatre recently staged a most memorable event, ‘The Deepwater Rambler’. Celebrating Sligo’s rich maritime heritage; audiences were treated to a new play written by actor, writer and director, Bob Kelly and historical talks in the unique setting of Sligo docklands. The project was made possible by funding from the Heritage Council...