THEATRE

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Gar­rett Phelan’s new work on how an­cient mon­u­ments and arte­facts in­flu­ence the con­tem­po­rary psy­che. Project Arts Cen­tre, 39 East Es­sex St Un­til Apr 9 pro­jec­tarts­cen­tre.ie

Big, idio­syn­cratic, un­pre­dictable paint­ings (Gallery 1) In­dian Matchbox La­bels (Gallery 2) Dou­glas Hyde Gallery, Trinity Col­lege Un­til May 13 dou­glashy­de­gallery.com

GAL­WAY

Us­ing video, photography and found ob­jects, Vukasin Nedeljkovic ex­plores the Di­rect Pro­vi­sion sys­tem in Ire­land. Gal­way Arts Cen­tre, 47 Do­minick St Un­til Mar 20 gal­wa­yarts­cen­tre.ie

KERRY

Sue Mor­ris in­verts no­tions of do­mes­tic ne­ces­sity and luxury in the con­text of the public rhetoric of aus­ter­ity in Ire­land. Siamsa Tíre Gallery, Town Park, Tralee Un­til Mar 27

KILKENNY

Re­cent paint­ings. But­ler Gallery, The Cas­tle, Kilkenny Un­til Apr 19 but­ler­gallery.com

LEITRIM

Acous­tic glass sculp­tures by Róisín de Buitléar. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre, Rail­way St, Na­van Un­til Apr 17 sol­sticearts­cen­tre.ie

SLIGO

“Cre­ative ag­i­ta­tor” Mark Clare ad­dresses con­tem­po­rary is­sues. Shared Vi­sions: The Model Col­lects, Works from the Ni­land Col­lec­tion. The Model, The Mall Un­til Mar 22 the­model.ie Conor Gal­lagher, Brian McDon­agh and John O’Con­nor in the first of a se­ries mark­ing Yeats’ 150th birth­day. Hamil­ton Gallery, 4 Cas­tle St Un­til Mar 28 hamil­ton­gallery.ie

WATER­FORD

The­matic show on na­ture and ‘supranat­u­ral’ ma­te­rial and con­cepts. St Carthage Hall, Lis­more Un­til Apr 12 lis­more­castlearts.ie

WICK­LOW

An in­stal­la­tion by Eva Kot’átková and Do­minik Lang. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main St, Bray Un­til Mar 21 mer­maid­arts­cen­tre.ie Sara Keat­ing skeat­ing@irish­times.com

BELFAST

Three Frank O’Con­nor short sto­ries – My Oedi­pus Com­plex, The Ge­nius and First Con­fes­sion – are brought to­gether to form a sin­gle full-length play. Also Kerry. Lyric Theatre. Mar 11-21 7.45pm (Sat mat 2.30pm) £22/£18 lyricthe­atre.co.uk

CORK

Deca­dent Theatre bring this di­vi­sive com­edy about pae­dophe­lia and child mur­der by Martin McDon­agh on na­tional tour. Fea­tur­ing the di­vi­sive David McSav­age, along­side Michael Ford-Fitzger­ald, Gary Ly­don and Peter Cam­pion. Every­man Theatre Mar 16-21 8pm

(Stu­dents ev­ery­man­cork.com

Carmel Win­ters adapts her screen­play Snap for the stage, in which a mother and a son’s re­la­tion­ship un­rav­els in ab­duc­tion and abuse. Win­ters di­rects Kate Stan­ley Bren­nan as both char­ac­ters, 29-year-old

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