RCC News

Exhibition addresses stigma about suicide and depression

A POWERFUL exhibition by a Donegal artist which addresses stigma about suicide and depression opens at the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny this Friday, October 5. The Lived Lost Lives exhibition features stories and items collected through the Lived Lives art and research project. Initiated in 2006 by artist and researcher…...

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Lived Lives: Conversations about Suicide in the Northwest

Regional Cultural Centre, the Cathaoirleach and Donegal County Council warmly invite you to the Official Opening of Lived Lives: Conversations about Suicide in the Northwest Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny Friday 5th October at 7pm The Lived Lives art and research project was initiated by Donegal born artist and researcher Dr.…...

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Culture Night at the RCC

EXHIBITION: Willie Doherty 6pm -10pm REMAINS (2013) is a video installation filmed in a number of locations in Derry, Northern Ireland, used since the early 1970’s to carry out kneecappings, a form of punishment shooting used to control drug use and other forms of so-called ‘anti-social behaviour’. REMAINS builds on…...

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Music, exhibitions and more at RCC

FOLLOWING a busy summer the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny will play host to a series of concerts and new exhibitions over the next months. Kicking off the autumn season is a powerhouse trio of Irish traditional music – Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill, Máirtín O’Connor and Séamie O’Dowd on Friday 14th…...

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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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