Regional Cultural Centre

Cruinniú na nÓg – A Day of Youthful Creativity

The Regional Cultural Centre is delighted to be hosting a number of events as part of the second annual Cruinniú na nÓg. Taking place all day tomorrow (Saturday), June 15, Cruinniú na nÓg is a flagship initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme’s Creative Youth plan to enable the creative potential…...

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In Their Thousands announce homecoming gig

A DONEGAL band has just announced its first home gig since the release of their debut album to rave reviews last month. Following two dates in Dublin and Belfast, In Their Thousands now return to Donegal to play the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny on Friday, June 28. Downings brothers…...

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Top classical talent for Letterkenny and more

THE Regional Cultural Centre hosts a superb classical duo from Germany for a truly inspiring evening this weekend. Currently on a seven-date Irish tour with Music Network, cellist Raphaela Gromes and pianist Julian Riem, both from Munich, play the Letterkenny centre on Saturday, April 6. Raphaela Gromes is an exceptional…...

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Donegal Creatives Breakfast, Artist Talks and New Exhibitions

In its continued commitment to supporting Visual Arts throughout the North-West and beyond, the Regional Cultural Centre has an exciting few days ahead. The RCC is delighted host the first ever Donegal Creatives Breakfast tomorrow, Thursday, 28 March, from 10 to 11.30am. Artists from all mediums and practices are invited…...

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Grandaddy’s Jason Lytle and other upcoming highlights

If U.S. artist Jason Lytle learned anything, from nearly 15 years at the helm of celebrated Californian quintet Grandaddy, is that he’s just not cut out to be a 21st century pop star. There were triumphs, no doubt but Lytle was a poor fit for life in a breakthrough indie…...

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Tickets selling fast for remaining Trad Week shows

Letterkenny Trad Week got off to a fantastic start with our first two shows selling out and tickets selling fast for the remaining shows! If you didn’t get a chance to see the young talented group that is Coirm from Ceol na Coille School of Irish Traditional Music on Tuesday…...

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First Trad Week show sells out

The Music Network concerts on Saturday, January 19, featuring (pictured above) Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Siobhan Miller, Damien Mullane & Anna Massie is one of our hot tips for this year’s Letterkenny Trad Week. THIS year’s fourth Letterkenny Trad Week (January 19-27), brought to you in association with the Donegal News,…...

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Award-winning Dublin folk singer for Trad Week

TWO-TIME BBC Folk Award winner Daoirí Farrell promised to be one of the highlights of Letterkenny Trad Week 2019. Excitement has already been building since it was announced that the rising Dublin folk singer will be performing during the week-long festival which takes place at the Regional Cultural Centre and…...

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Music Network presents Yury Revich (violin) and Benedict Kloeckner (cello) at RCC

Music Network presents performances of great passion and intimacy as two-highly gifted young soloists, Russian violinist Yury Revich and German cellist Benedict Kloeckner, share a stage for the first time in Ireland. Don’t miss these two exceptional musicians at the Regional Cultural Centre in Letterkenny this Friday, November 9 in…...

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Get to know Letterkenny’s new twin town

RCC welcomes East London folk and ‘Hot Jazz’ THE autumn/winter programme at Letterkenny’s Regional Cultural Centre continues with a host of events from photography exhibitions to ‘Hot Jazz’. As a number of exhibitions come to a close, the RCC is delighted to welcome some fantastic musical acts and new exhibitions…...

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