Upcoming Events

Quite Similar, but actually Very Different – Kevin Callaghan (Gallery 2 Exhibition)

November 1st – December 7th RCC Gallery 2 Quite similar but actually very different, a solo exhibition by Glasgow based artist, Kevin Callaghan, is a responsive multimedia installation comprising new works in clay and wood that advances the artist’s ongoing inquiry into the interplay between form and consciousness, and the…...

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*POSTPONED* Martin Harley

THE REGIONAL CULTURAL CENTRE, LETTERKENNY WILL CLOSE ITS TO DOORS  TO THE PUBLIC FROM 6PM THIS EVENING (THURSDAY), 12TH MARCH FOLLOWING GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES TO PREVENT THE FURTHER SPREADING OF COVID-19. An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD announced this morning, ’n relation to cultural institutions, that indoor gatherings of more than 100…...

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The Yalta Game: Myrid Carten, Susan MacWilliam, and archive photographs by James Glass

November 21 – January 25 This exhibition brings together works that engage with fragments of memory, truth and biography by filmmaker, artist and photographer: Myrid Carten’s WEB III (2019) reassembles her film Wishbone (2019) as a multi-screen installation for its first gallery showing, traces an encounter with obsession, authenticity and…...

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Terry Monaghan & Friends

Terry Monaghan is a singer /songwriter /psychologist living in Gortahork in the heart of the Donegal Gaeltacht and has been composing and recording music for the last 35 years. He is inspired by the trials and tribulations of everyday life. His old band mate, New York based guitarist, the acclaimed…...

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Chris Jones & The Night Drivers

Chris Jones is a quadruple threat as a singer, a songwriter, a guitarist, and, thanks to his role hosting SiriusXM’s Bluegrass Junction, as one of the most widely heard broadcasting voices in bluegrass music. His immediately recognizable voice, warm sense of humor and abundance of talent have combined to make…...

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Great White Lies (Album Launch)

Friday 15th November, 8pm Admission €12 / €10 Sonically speaking Regina Spektor has dinner with Portishead; Great White Lies sound resides in the alley on the way back. Jazz and dark funky soul, permeate through their inventive sound. From the release of their critically acclaimed debut ep, winning VAI Song of…...

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When I Was a Child – Foyer Exhibition

Following on from the highly successful “I am Donegal” exhibition, Peadar Mc Daid invites 50 artists, photographers and writers to present work on small wooden 8”x10” panels that reflects something from their childhood – a memory, a place, a toy, a pet or a self portrait....

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Culture Night at The RCC

The team at the RCC once again offer something special for all ages and interests this Culture Night with visual art, film and family workshops. Upstairs in Gallery 1, the National Football Exhibition is made up of six zones, each designed to give you an overview of the various different…...

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Donegal’s Atlantic Way Photography Exhibition

RCC Gallery 2 & Foyer Donegal’s Atlantic Way by Dr. Michael Sugrue  A photography and video exhibition showcasing a selection of work from Michael’s new book, “Donegal’s Atlantic Way’. Exhibition runs from 17th September – 12th October.      ...

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Bina Coquet, Florian Cristea, Samuel Farthing & Friends

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 and composer Coquet has stood out with his mix of Gypsy Jazz and the roots of Brazilian music, while Romanian violinist…...

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