RCC News

Trad At The Folk & Roots

The 4th annual Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend in Letterkenny from July 12th to 15th as part of the Earagail Arts Festival, has a brilliant programme of concerts that combine internationally renowned roots music and mouth watering traditional music from Ireland and beyond. International highlights include Songhoy Blues from…...

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Super group KGB brings the best in Irish trad to Letterkenny

The Regional Cultural Centre welcomes Irish trad super group KGB this July! Three of Ireland’s finest instrumentalists – Paddy Keenan, Frankie Gavin and Dermot Byrne – joined forces in 2017 to form what can only be described as an Irish trad super group. The three renowned musicians merged their considerable…...

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‘Vote For Change’- 100 Years On

Free Seminar On Thursday 17th May 2018, to celebrate the Representation of the People Act, 1918, Donegal County Museum invites you to come and be inspired by the women of the past and to join in a collective conversation spanning 100 years of women’s experiences Join us for the morning…...

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Coming to a Barber shop near you!

An Grianán Theatre in cooperation with Mockingbird Theatre and supported by The Regional Cultural Centre starts its tour of The Barber of Moville tonight (May 8th) in Harkin’s Barber Shop Main Street, Letterkenny with Performances at 7 PM and 9 PM. This unique tour which we are presenting as part of…...

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Reframing the Border – RCC Events (Photography Talks, Workshops and Tours)

Reframing the Border – Remote Photo Festival 2018 Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny Events Programme Friday 11th May 4pm – 5.30pm Suzanne Lacy – Across and In-Between, co-commissioned by Belfast International Arts Festival and 14-18 Now. Workshop led by Suzanne Lacy will discuss creative responses to the border. The session will begin…...

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Cork trio Crevice look forward to ‘furthest gig’ away to-date

Distorted Perspectives hosts yet another exciting act in the Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny next week. Donegal’s alternative music and art festival presents Cork trio Crevice who will performing in the RCC Gallery on Friday, May 4. Crevice is a collaboration between three well-established musicians. Irene Buckley is one half of…...

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Bealtaine Festival Launch 2018

Bealtaine is an annual festival which celebrates and promotes creativity in older age during the month of May and is one of the highlights of the Cultural Services calendar.  The theme of this year’s festival is Be Our Guest! Bealtaine 2018 in County Donegal is part of a country wide…...

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Trad and folk stars from both sides of the Irish Sea

Artists from both sides of the Irish Sea join forces in the intimate setting of the RCC Gallery. On Friday, May 18 Music Network Presents Heidi Talbot, Breanndán Ó Beaglaoich, John McCusker and Paul Meehan in concert together for the very first time. Rejoice in the energetic polkas and slides…...

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Acclaimed indie-rock songwriter Jeffrey Lewis for Letterkenny

Distorted Perpectives Presents: Jeffrey Lewis in the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny next month. Acclaimed indie-rock songwriter Jeffrey Lewis began recording homemade cassettes at home in New York City in 1998, before coming to the attention of Rough Trade Records (label of the Smiths, the Strokes, Belle & Sebastian, etc) and…...

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An Alternative Good Friday with The Altered Hours, Aul Boy and The Barbiturates

Cork based psychedelia-tinged rock band The Altered Hours return to Donegal to headline an evening of alternative music at the Regional Cultural Centre on Friday 30th March. The Altered Hours previously headlined the Earagail Arts Festival stage the brilliant Swell Festival on Arranmore Island and featured at the first Distorted Perspectives…...

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