SUN­DAY 19.10.14

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Whe­lan’s, Dublin 8pm ¤23 whe­ Yes, you’ve guessed it – he’s the son of Leonard, but Adam is very much his own man and his own singer-song­writer, some­thing fully proved by his 2013 al­bum, Like a Man, and his new record, We Go Home. He’s build­ing his own tower of song; why don’t you help him out on the cho­rus? TCL

ART The Talk­ing Earth

But­ler Gallery, The Cas­tle, Kilkenny Un­til Dec 14 but­ler­ The vast night skies above New South Wales and the mines be­neath the sur­face in­spired the video and pho­to­graphic works in Dubliner Amy Walsh’s show. To look at the stars is to look into the past, she notes, and in­spires an aware­ness of the turn­ing earth, day by day. The min­ers used lo­cally felled tress to support their tun­nels. When they be­gan to creak – the earth talk­ing – they got out of there, fast.

THE­ATRE The Way Back Home

Black Box The­atre, Gal­way 11am & 3pm A col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Ire­land’s Bra­nar Téatar do Pháistí and Den­mark’s Teater Re­flek­sion, The Way Back Home has been scoop­ing up plau­dits from the young (it’s pitched at ages 3-8) and old for its com­bi­na­tion of non-ver­bal per­for­mance, pup­pets and mu­sic. Fin­ish­ing to­day at Gal­way’s Baboró fes­ti­val, it then tours to Dublin, pur­su­ing a new ver­sion of the Oliver Jef­fers story about a boy who flies into outer space and makes an emer­gency land­ing on the moon. PC

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