Nobuko Imai (vi­ola), RTÉ Van­brugh String Quar­tet. See Sun, Cork. 8pm 068-22566

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St Patrick’s Col­lege, Drum­con­dra Stu­dent Concert. 1.15pm Adm free 01-8842064 Christ Church Cathe­dral David Brem­ner (or­gan). Galen McCabe: Vor­spiel; Anna Mur­ray: 3 Win­ter Haiku; Ryan Mol­loy: For a Lone Piper; Ben McHugh: Eto; Peter Leavy: No­mad; Conal Ryan: Il­lu­mine; Marc Bal­birnie: Com­plicit. 8pm NCH Kevin Barry Room Ni­cholas Go­luses (gui­tar). 8.30pm 01-4170000 St John’s Arts & Her­itage Cen­tre, Lis­towel Yen (first per­for­mance); Br­effni O’Byrne: Rhap­sody; Ray­mond Deane; Marthiya; Jonathan Nan­gle: where dis­tant city lights flicker on half-frozen ponds. 6pm Adm free 01-4170000 NCH Philippe Cassard (pi­ano). Chopin: Noc­turne in C sharp mi­nor Op 27 No 1; Berceuse; Bar­carolle; Grieg: Noc­turne Op 54 No 4; Bell Ring­ing Op 54 No 6; To Spring Op 43 No 6; De­bussy: Bal­lade; Valse ro­man­tique; Clair de Lune; L’Isle joyeuse; Liszt: Au bord d’une source; Sospiro; Dante Sonata. 8pm 01-4170000 Si­amsa Tíre, Tralee Mozart: Così fan tutte. See Satur­day, Dublin. 7.30pm 066-7123055 psy­che and the Ul­ster id­iom. Lyric The­atre Ends Nov 24 7.45pm (Sat mat 2.30pm £10-£24.50 lyricthe­ Ride On Five mem­bers of the Drumkar­ren Honda Club con­vene be­fore a mo­tor­bike-ride in Sea­mus O’Rourke’s new com­edy for Livin’ Dred. Padráic McIn­tyre di­rects. An Gri­anán The­atre, Let­terkenny Nov 27-28 8pm an­gri­ Also Louth 8 X 10 Con­all Mor­ris­son di­rects re­hearsed read­ings of eight new plays, each last­ing 10 min­utes, among them new work from Ivy Ban­nis­ter, Ger­ard Dal­ton, Rose Hen­der­son and Kevin Gildea. Pavilion The­atre, Dún Laoghaire Nov 24 2pm Adm free 01-2312929 pavil­ionthe­ An­glo: The Mu­si­cal A satire about the Ir­ish fi­nan­cial col­lapse us­ing fuzzy pup­pets and ref­er­ences to real peo­ple and events, Paul Howard’s new mu­si­cal won­ders what would hap­pen if Mup­pets ruled the coun­try. Bord Gáis En­ergy The­atre Ends Nov 25 7.30pm bor­dgaisen­ergy the­ A Bucket Full of Fire Dar­ren Donoghue’s new play for Sheer Tantrum fea­tures six peo­ple gath­ered around a well and a bed, amus­ing, tor­ment­ing and con­fronting each other, but only one of them can sur­vive the night. Boys School, Smock Alley The­atre Ends Nov 24 8pm

smock­ Café Bleu Sweet and Dry presents two short one-acts, writ­ten & di­rected by Jim Mar­tini, on the com­plex­ity of re­la­tion­ships and the ef­fect on a chance en­counter on two marriages. T@36 The­atre, Teach­ers Club, Par­nell Sq Ends Nov 24 8pm 01-8216803 A Christ­mas Carol Clive Fran­cis per­forms his one-man ver­sion of the sea­sonal clas­sic. Mill The­atre, Dun­drum Nov 27 8pm

millthe­ The Dead Woman’s Son Michael McCabe di­rects a new play by Rua O’Don­nachu for Maylin Pro­duc­tions. Boys School, Smock Alley The­atre Nov 27

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