FAM­ILY

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT - Coun­try: Penum­bra: YU: The Lost Con­cen­trate on Your Breath­ing: Céil­iúradh Into the West: The Butcher Brigit, Bai­le­gan­gaire,

11). TV Mu­seum, The Mini-Se­ries: Four-part lec­ture and screen­ing pro­gramme by Maeve Connolly. Project Arts Cen­tre, 39 East Es­sex St Oct 15-22 Adm free but tick­eted, 01-8819613

New work by Kevin Cos­grove. Mother’s Tanksta­tion, 41-43 Watling St, Ush­ers Is­land Un­til Nov 1 moth­er­stank sta­tion.com

Works cen­tred on land­scape (Gal­leries I, II and Atrium). Paul Mur­naghan video in­stal­la­tion (Gallery III).

Dra­gana Jurisic (Ash­ford Gallery). All un­til Oct 26. RHA, Gal­lagher Gallery, 15 Ely Place roy­al­hiber­ni­anacademy.ie

New drama­tised film work by Nathaniel Mel­lors. Tem­ple Bar Gallery, 5-9 Tem­ple Bar Un­til Nov 1 tem­ple­bar­gallery.com Na­ture in works by Ciaran Burke, Remco de Fouw, Rachel Joynt, Kil­lian Schur­mann and Liat Schur­mann. Mount Venus Nurs­ery, Mut­ton Lane Sep 2728 mountvenus­nurs­ery.com

Jen­nifer Trou­ton’s paint­ings. Molesworth Gallery, 16 Molesworth St Un­til Oct 11 molesworth­gallery.com

Work by Pa­trick Scott, Hughie O Donoghue, Wil­liam Scott , Chuck Web­ster and more. Oliver Sears Gallery, Molesworth St Un­til Oct 4 oli­v­ersears­gallery.com

Sculp­tures and pho­tos by Dorothy Cross. Ker­lin Gallery, Anne’s Lane, Sth Anne St Un­til Oct 18 ker­lin.ie

280-plus works by over 100 artists. Con­course Art Gallery, Dún Laoghaire County Hall Sep 29-Oct 5 wa­ter­colour so­ci­ety­ofire­land.ie

Paint­ings by Bernie Master­son (Ground Floor Gallery).

Print­works by Mary-Claire Ke­hoe (First Floor Gallery) Draíocht, Blan­chard­stown Un­til Nov 22 draiocht.ie

New paint­ings by Paddy McCann. Hills­boro Fine Art, 49 Par­nell Sq West Un­til Oct 18 hils­bo­rofin­eart.com

GAL­WAY

Mod­ern art from the col­lec­tion of Pat and An­toinette Murphy (Old Su­per Valu Build­ing). Plus other shows and events. clif­denartsweek.ie Un­til Sep 28

KIL­DARE

Birds and ru­ral land­scapes by Sarah Cor­ner. Kil­cock Art Gallery Un­til Oct 6 kil­cockart­gallery.ie

KILKENNY

Med­i­ta­tive ab­stract paint­ings & draw­ings by Mar­i­lyn Lerner. But­ler Gallery, The Cas­tle Un­til Oct 5 but­ler­gallery.com

Sonic glass works Sylvia Thomp­son sthomp­son@ir­ish­times.com El Pa­tio The­atro from Spain per­form this beau­ti­fully sim­ple yet highly in­ven­tive non-ver­bal show (aged 6+), The Ark, Eus­tace St, Tem­ple Bar Sat/Sun noon, 3pm & 5pm 01-6707788 ark.ie Brana Teatar do Phaisti from Ire­land and Teater Re­flek­sion from Den­mark com­bine pup­petry, orig­i­nal mu­sic and lots of tal­ent in this world premiere show about a young ad­ven­turer (aged 3-8), The Ark, Eus­tace St, Tem­ple Bar Tues 6pm, Wed/Thurs 10.15am & 12.15pm 01-6707788 Ma­gi­cian Ruairi O’Con­nor will share in­sights and tech­niques about card tricks and il­lu­sions, Ch­ester Beatty Li­brary, Dublin Cas­tle Sat 10.30am-12.30pm adm free 01-4070750 Find out what the Vik­ings raided when they reached Ir­ish shores and make a Vik­ing Sep 29-Oct 11 7.30pm the­newthe­atre.com

Sylvia Beat­ley per­forms in her play, which she also di­rects, about a man whose life is gov­erned by the car­nage around him. axis, Bal­ly­mun. Oct 1-2 8pm

ax­is­bal­ly­mun.ie Biddy Jenkinson’s one-act tragic-comic play, per­formed in Ir­ish. The New The­atre. Ends Sep 27 7.30pm the­newthe­atre.com Shay Line­han’s com­edy-drama about an or­di­nary woman’s po­lit­i­cal awak­en­ing in post-boom Ire­land. Bew­ley’s Café The­atre. Ends Oct 11 1pm

(light lunch be­w­leyscafethe­atre.com The­atre events at this year’s Ranelagh Arts Fes­ti­val in­clude a se­ries of 10-minute plays by es­tab­lished and new Ir­ish writ­ers, An­gels in the Park. Ranelagh Gar­dens Ends Sep 27 1pm Ad­mis­sion free

GAL­WAY

Deca­dent The­atre Company stage Stu­art Carolan’s first play, set on an Ar­magh farm in the 1980s. Town Hall The­atre. Oct 2-11 tht.ie

KIL­DARE

Bot­tom Dog The­atre Company stage Tom Mac­In­tyre’s play about a strong­willed woman burned to death in 1895. River­bank, Kil­dare. Sep 26 8pm river­bank.ie

LEITRIM

Fab­u­lous Beast re­turn with this dance per­for­mance in­spired by Seán Ó Ri­ada and pair­ing mu­si­cian Liam Ó Maon­laí with a company of trad mu­si­cians and dancers un­der Michael Kee­gan Dolan’s di­rec­tion and chore­og­ra­phy. Also Long­ford and Sligo The Dock, Car­rick on Shan­non. Sep28 6pm the­dock.ie

LONG­FORD

See Leitrim. Back­stage The­atre. Sep 26 8pm back­stage.ie trea­sure box, Na­tional Musuem, Kil­dare St Sun 3pm-4pm (aged 7+) adm free but max­i­mum of 20 mu­seum.ie

KERRY

Lyngo The­atre Company present their ada­p­a­tion of this clas­sic tale (aged 5+), Si­amsa Tire, Na­tional Folk The­atre, Town­Park, Tralee Thur 10.30am & noon 066- 7123055

WEX­FORD

Themes of work­shops range from mak­ing jewelly boxes, masks and pup­pets to rhythm and mu­sic, Bran­don House Ho­tel and The Quay, New Ross, Sat 10am-5pm (per child for all ac­tiv­i­ties) 051-421703

LOUTH

An Grianan The­atre stages Pat McCabe’s the­atri­cal adap­ta­tion of his novel Boy. Also Sligo. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Drogheda. Sep 26 8.30pm droic­head.com

MAYO

Mary McEvoy and Jon Kenny bring John B Keane’s drama back to the stage in Michael Scott’s pro­duc­tion. Bal­lina Arts Cen­tre. Sep 27 8pm bal­li­naartscetnre.com

SLIGO

See Leitrim. Hawk’s Well The­atre Oct 2 8pm hawk­swell.com See Leitrim. Hawk’s Well The­atre Sep 27 8pm hawk­swell.com

DUBLIN THE­ATRE FES­TI­VAL

dublinthe­atre­fes­ti­val.com French per­former Jonathan Capde­vielle spent his teenage years lean­ing to im­i­tate pop icons and now per­forms a self-por­trait of his ado­les­cent iden­tity, us­ing songs to wan­der be­tween real life and fan­tasy, match­ing mu­sic with con­ver­sa­tion. Project Arts Cen­tre. Oct 1 7.30pm Oct 2-4 9.30pm Don Wycherley per­forms Michael Hil­liard Mulc­ahy’s one-man play. Axis, Bal­ly­mun. Sep 26-27 8pm; Civic The­atre, Tal­laght. Sep 29 - Oct 4 8.15pm Druid stages Tom Murphy’s new play writ­ten as a pre­quel to his ex­tra­or­di­nary 1985 play and stages both plays in ro­ta­tion. Garry Hynes di­rects. Olympia The­atre. Brigit: Oct 1 6pm, Oct 2 8pm, Oct 4 6pm, Oct 5 4pm; Bai­le­gan­gaire: Oct 1 8pm, Oct 3 8pm, Oct 4 8pm, Oct 5 6pm Sin­gle show Both shows

See Seven Days, p14-15. Project Arts

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