Irish Traditional Music like we’ve never heard it before, just astonishing'~BBC Radio Foyle
Brian Finnegan with The Hunger of the Skin Band
Thursday 8th December, 8.00pm
Look! Film Club Presents
Brian And Charles
Thursday 1st December 7.30pm
Trad Week 2023
Letterkenny’s annual celebration of Irish traditional, folk and world music, presented by the Regional Cultural Centre and An Grianán Theatre.
The RCC is committed to developing and presenting Visual Arts experiences through three mediums; in-person, online, and in the community. The RCC has one of the finest art white cube galleries in Ireland. The exhibition policy is deliberately broad and audience centred.
Our Auditorium is a flexible intimate black-box space with excellent acoustics, which seats 140 and accommodates 240 standing. The centre presents a year-round select programme of national and international classical, jazz, traditional, world and alternative music concerts.
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The RCC has a 140-seat cinema space and presents a year-round programme of film screenings in association with access>Cinema and Donegal Film Society. Screenings feature the best new world-cinema releases, movie classics and live soundtracks.
The RCC works with a range of writers, poets and spoken word artists in the production of both live events and printed material.
The Pig’s Back (named after Donegal’s Muckish mountain and the phrase ar mhuin na muice, to be in luck) is the RCC’s literary prose journal which aims to bring the rest of Ireland – and in turn, the world – to the north-west.
Learn & Engage
The RCC’s primary aim is to provide arts experiences for local audiences and engagement, learning and accessibility is at the core of our activity.