Events

Alessandra Azeviche Presents – Ancestral Circularity – An Afro-Brazilian Dance Masterclass 

Step into the world of Ancestral Circularity at our Afro-Brazilian Dance Masterclass! Join Alessandra as she guides you through a transformative journey of movement rooted in ancient wisdom. Discover how to connect with your heritage and ancestors through the art of dance. This class is perfect for anyone looking to relax, have a good time …

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Matthew Sharpe – VR Workshop

Earagail Arts Festival is delighted to welcome Matthew Sharpe to Donegal as the second year artist in residence in partnership with Dublin Fringe Festival. Matthew is an actor and writer who has garnered recognition through programmes like Dublin Fringe WEFT, INVEST, and The Baptiste Programme.  In this workshop through games and VR worlds, Matthew will …

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Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin & Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh Trio (Concert)

Winner at the RTÉ Radio Folk Awards 2024 in the Best Folk Singer category, Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin is a Dublin-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist with his musical roots in sean-nós singing. He has recorded and performed with various bands including Skipper’s Alley, Aon Teanga:Un Chengey and Jiggy and collaborates with Clare fiddler and viola player …

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Boubacar Traoré (Concert)

Hailed as the last great blues singer of Mali’s older generation, Boubacar Traoré has been celebrated as one of Africa’s greatest guitarists. Touring internationally since the 1960’s has led to collaborations with Cedric Watson, Corey Harris and Leyla McCalla and a deep connection to the current roots and politically committed songwriter scene in America. This …

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The Kid with Live Musical Accompaniment from Gemma Doherty (Saint Sister)

Following last year’s triumphant screening of Buster Keaton’s Sherlock Jr with live score, we asked the BBC’s Stephen McCauley to pick another silent movie gem and curate the live soundtrack – and he went with one of the all-time classics. In Charlie Chaplin’s first feature-length feature film, Chaplin’s Little Tramp rescues an orphan from the streets …

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