RCC News

Three Peace projects launched in Donegal

THREE new and exciting projects which will see people from across Donegal and Northern Ireland coming together for a diverse range of activities were officially launched this week. Cllr. Paul Canning, Chair of the Donegal Peace Partnership, launched the new projects in the Regional Culture Centre, Letterkenny on Tuesday, 12th…...

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Two local album launches this month

THE Regional Cultural Centre is proud to be hosting no less than two local album launches this month. Tomorrow night (Thursday), 7th November, well-known Letterkenny native Terry Monaghan takes to the RCC stage with some of the finest musicians the northwest has to offer to launch his latest album, Mercy.…...

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Terry Monaghan to launch new album at RCC

A Gortahork-based musician launches his latest collection of songs in the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny next week. On Thursday night, 7th November, well-known Letterkenny native Terry Monaghan takes to the RCC stage with some of the finest musicians the northwest has to offer to launch his latest album, Mercy. A…...

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Fiona Higgins makes welcome return with art classes

Well-known Letterkenny artist Fiona Higgins makes a welcome return with her art classes next week. Fiona is once again offering day-time classes at the RCC commencing on Friday, 4th October and artists of all abilities are most welcome. A batik artist who works at home in her Letterkenny studio in…...

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Three top gypsy jazz artists on one stage

THE Regional Cultural Centre’s busy autumn schedule continues tonight (Thursday), 26 September, as we welcome three top class gypsy jazz artists. Presented in association with the annual Django Sur Lennon Gypsy Jazz Festival, the RCC will host three outstanding artists – Bina Coquet, Florian Cristea and Samuel Farthing. Brazilian guitarist…...

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Letterkenny Culture Night Picture Special

Letterkenny was a hive of activity on Friday night as people from across Donegal came along to experience an explosion of creativity. The Cathedral town came alive for Culture Night, Ireland’s annual nocturnal cultural extravaganza, with a wide range of events taking place throughout Letterkenny. People from all walks of…...

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National Football Exhibition opens at the RCC

The National Football Exhibition has arrived in Letterkenny and is now open to the public. The Regional Cultural Centre provides the location for the fifth of seven regional stops as the build-up continues to four UEFA EURO 2020 games in Dublin next June. Speaking to invited guests at the opening…...

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Culture Night 2019 at the RCC

It’s another incredibly busy and versatile weekend here at our multidisciplinary centre. While we have two exhibitions opening on Culture Night (Friday, 20th September) we also have another ongoing exhibition, a screening to complement one of the new exhibitions, and some free entertainment for children. FAI – National Football Exhibition…...

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Wrap Up in Culture Night

Letterkenny plays host to over 50 diverse events in 27 venues as part of the annual Culture Night this Friday, 20th September. This is the eleventh year that the Cathedral town is participating in the annual event and the Regional Cultural Centre is proud be presenting a number of highlights…...

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Irish trad legends for Letterkenny

THE Regional Cultural Centre presents a rare opportunity to see three of the UK & Ireland’s finest traditional folk musicians on stage together this weekend. On Sunday night the RCC is delighted to present Gino Lupari, Gerry ‘Banjo’ O’Connor and Tim Edey at the Letterkenny multidisciplinary centre. This exhilarating Irish…...

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