Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Daoibh
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
THE Regional Cultural Centre closes its doors on Saturday, 18th December, at 5pm and will reopen to the public again on Tuesday, 4th January 2020 at 9.30am.
On behalf of everyone at the RCC, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our patrons Nollaig Shona agus Athbhliain faoi Mhaise Daoibh, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
The RCC has some fantastic events kicking off the New Year, so we will look forward to welcoming you to our multidisciplinary centre in 2022!
Trad Week 2022
Trad Week is our annual festival presented in association with An Grianán Theatre and will take place from 20th to 30th January in 2022.
One of the highlights of the festival line-up will be the world premiere performance of the new Irish-based group Pontún at the RCC on Thursday, 27th January.
The new quartet, which embraces folk traditions from Ireland and Africa, features a stellar line-up including Éamonn Galldubh on whistle and uilleann pipes, Robbie Harris on percussion, Niwel Tsumbu on Guitar and vocals and legendary Steve Cooney on bass.
The RCC is also excited to host a number of events presented by Music Network in February which have already gone on sale.
A compelling new collaboration featuring the unique and beautiful sound of violas in traditional music. Curiosity, virtuosity and a deep understanding of the Irish tradition are just some of the things that unite the trio of fine musicians that are Séamus McGuire, Niamh Varian-Barry & Gerry O’Beirne who will be performing together at the RCC on Thursday, 17th February, 8pm.
The Ark and Music Network present a new music show for Ages 6+ composed by Brian Irvine and directed by Wouter Van Looy – Wires, Strings & Other Things – on Friday, 25th February, 6pm.
The Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny is proudly funded by Donegal County Council and Arts Council Ireland.