Opera, literature, theatre, dance, music and visual art are the key offerings as Cork Midsummer Festival kicks off this week. Local talent is the focus of a multidisciplinary programme running from June 16 to 25, with highlights including the anti-war play Far Away at Spike Island and Lynda Radley’s acclaimed Futureproof at the Everyman. For Irish dancing with a contemporary twist, look to Cork Opera House production ProdJIG: The Revolution (pictured), led by world champion...
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