Upcoming Events

Ó Ghlúin go Glúin (Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend)

Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend (11th to 14th July), presented by Earagail Arts Festival & The Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny The Donegal fiddle tradition is renowned all over the world as one of the dominant styles of the Irish fiddle tradition. Within this Donegal style there is a rich…...

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Citadels of The Sun (Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend)

Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend (11th to 14th July), presented by Earagail Arts Festival & The Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny Earagail Arts Festival and Jodhpur Rajasthan International Folk Festival present Citadels of The Sun Ireland and India share many obvious, and not so obvious, folkloric and historical links, from…...

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Ceolchoirm le Ceol na Coille (Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend)

Donegal International Folk & Roots Weekend (11th to 14th July), presented by Earagail Arts Festival & The Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny A feast of traditional Irish music featuring tutors from this year’s Ceol na Coille Traditional Music Summer School, including Jarlath Henderson (uilleann pipes/vocals), Hamish Napier (piano/flute/whistle), Innes Watson (guitar)…...

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Elma Orkestra and Ryan Vail present “Borders”

Saturday 6th July, 8pm Tickets €15 / €12   Uniting two of the Ireland’s most forward-thinking musical propositions — Eoin O’Callaghan AKA Elma Orkestra and Ryan Vail — Borders is a singular collaborative project. Spanning symphonic ambience to widescreen electronica, it’s a genre-warping meeting of the minds from two of…...

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Artist in the Community (AIC) Scheme – Information Session

Twice yearly, the Arts Council offers Artist in the Community Scheme grants to enable artists and communities of place/or interest to work together on projects. The scheme is managed by Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts. The scheme is open to artists from any of the following artform disciplines: architecture,…...

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Drop-In, Hands-On, Art-Room

The RCC will once again create a large-scale, hands-on, art-room curated by local artists Laura Buchanan and Laura Ferguson where visitors can find out more about the exhibitions on display and make their own artworks. People of all ages will have the opportunity to experiment with a range of ideas…...

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Ealaín ón gCladach – Art from the Shore

Solo Exhibition by Cathal McGinley This exhibition is the culmination of a 3 year residency facilitated by the Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny where the artist split his time between residing on Inis Bó Finne and the mainland. Cathal McGinley is a significant player in the county’s art scene but what…...

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Atlantic (Group Exhibition)

Atlantic has been selected to compliment Cathal McGinley’s Inis Bó Finne exhibition in Gallery 1. The work is drawn primarily from three Irish public collections – The Arts Council, Glebe Gallery and Donegal County Council. It features a wide range of works from leading Irish artists including Paul Henry, Louis…...

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Sheerbuzz + Atticus & Happy Out

In conjunction with Earagail Arts Festival, why. gigs are proud to present the (post-Leaving Cert) return of young rock band Sheerbuzz for an all ages gig in the RCC.The group, all aged between 15-18, have seen rising success after gaining a strong cult following having performed to sold out crowds…...

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Unquiet Graves (Documentary Film Screening)

Documentary Screening with director Séan Murray 7pm Friday 26th April 2019 The story of the Glenanne Gang details how members of the RUC and UDR, were centrally involved in the murder of over 120 innocent civilians. Now known as the Glenanne Gang, the group of killers rampaged through Counties Tyrone…...

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