RCC News

Sons of Kemet

MOBO award-winners Sons of Kemet are described as a rambunctious double-drumming quartet led by saxophonist/clarinettist Shabaka Hutchings, creating a revolutionary mix of jazz, rock, dub and Caribbean folk. Hutchings draws on a motley collection of influences, bringing links to early Caribbean and Rastafarian music, Afrobeat rhythms and funky New Orleans brass into…...

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RCC March Music

Following the success of Letterkenny Trad Week in January the Regional Cultural Centre is presenting four great concerts in a wide range of musical styles in March. It kicks off with a return visit to Donegal by the legendary singer and guitarist Martin Carthy and his multi award-winning daughter Eliza, on…...

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Marketing Manager (contract services part-time)

Earagail Arts Festival and Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny are seeking proposals for the provision of contract services of a Marketing Manager for the period 26th February 2018 – 26th February 2019. Introduction Earagail Arts Festival Earagail Arts Festival is Donegal’s premier celebration of local, national and international culture and one…...

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Music Network presents extraordinary Russian pianist Anna Tsybuleva at Regional Cultural Centre on 11th March 2018



“Superb pianism and intelligent musicianship” – Gramophone “Absorbing” – The Times Brace yourself for an edge-of-the-seat performance from the extraordinary Russian pianist Anna Tsybuleva, performing at the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny on Sunday 11th March at 8pm as part of a Music Network tour. Winner of the prestigious Leeds International…...

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Trad supergroup on stage on Sunday

String Sister Mairead is in fiddle’s fast lane! Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh has been one of the biggest names in Irish trad for most of her life – and is showing no signs of slowing down. She’s in An Grianán Theatre in Letterkenny on Sunday with the fabulous String Sisters, who…...

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Letterkenny Trad Week at Kinnegar Brewery

  The 4th annual Letterkenny Trad Week starts this Saturday January 20th and runs until Saturday 27th. The festival brings some of the world’s finest traditional musicians from Ireland, Scotland, Scandinavia and the United States to Donegal to perform in four brilliant concerts, two at An Grianán Theatre and two…...

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String Sisters’ Launch New Album in Letterkenny

Letterkenny Trad Week is delighted to present the only Irish performance and the Irish launch of the eagerly awaited new album ‘Between Wind and Water’, by the internationally renowned String Sisters at An Grianán Theatre, on Sunday, January 21st.  The performance is one of only three Irish and UK concerts…...

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Free Family Shows for All Ages

Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny is delighted to present two free family performances of ‘Tullyglen’ by Letterkenny Legend Little John Nee and the Caledonia Highly Strung Orchestra as part of Wainfest this Saturday October 14th at 11am and 3pm. ‘Tullyglen’ is a very funny and highly entertaining musical performance for children…...

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Eliza Carthy and Tim Eriksen

The Regional Cultural Centre Letterkenny is delighted to welcome Eliza Carthy and Tim Eriksen, two of the world’s most respected voices in traditional folksong, for what promises to be a great concert on Friday October 6th. These two phenomenal voices from either side of the Atlantic will sing songs from…...

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Two Wonderful Free Children’s Shows as Part Of Wainfest 2018

The Locksmith’s Song S​et in the dusty world of an old locksmith’s shop this tale soon bursts into action and adventure. The audience are brought on a challenging and rewarding journey, in which our hero, Tom Losluv, struggles to deal with his mother’s illness. A boy tricks death and locks it…...

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