Friday December 6, 2019

Go see . . .

15th August, 2015
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Photographer Noel Bowler’s IMAN exhibition is at Uncovering A Collection in Dún Laoghaire

Lughnasa International Friel Festival

The inaugural Lughnasa International Friel Festival (August 20 to 31) celebrates the life and work of playwright Brian Friel. His most famous play, Dancing At Lughnasa, is 25 years old this year and has been chosen as the signature production of the festival.

Director Sean Doran is staging the festival in Donegal and Belfast, with venues centred on the landscape including a pier, a peace wall, an island, a mountain-top and Iron...

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