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He­len Blake New paint­ings. Fen­deresky Gallery, 31 North St Un­til May 16 fend­eresky­ From the land of Múscraí Show­case for artists of the Múscraí Gaeltacht. Gerald Dil­lon Gallery, Cultúr­lann McA­dam Ó Fiaich, 216 The Falls Road Life in our Land­scapes Kathryn Cal­laghan’s work in­spired by land­scape and gar­den an­i­mals. Cameron Land­scapes & Gar­den Cen­tre, 148 Bal­ly­les­son Road Un­til May 28 kathryn­


The Float­ing World Multi-screen film by Clare Lan­gan (Ends May 3) Cos­mic Dust: Art, science and the spir­i­tual ex­plored in a group show cu­rated by Emma-Lucy O’ Brien (Un­til May 17) VIS­UAL Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary Art, Old Dublin Road, Car­low vi­su­al­car­


Away Work by Pa­trick Gra­ham ded­i­cated to the mem­ory of Der­mot Healy (Triskel Christchurch Ends May 2) Aes­thetic Logic: A project by Marie Fo­ley, cu­rated by Jobst Graeve. Link Gallery, Triskel Arts Cen­tre Un­til Nov 2015 triske­larts­cen­

A Chance En­counter Har­ald De­Bary and John Philip Mur­ray, two artists based in ru­ral Co Cork. LHQ Gallery, Cork Co Li­brary HQ, Car­ri­gro­hane Road Un­til May 15 cork­ Notes on the Lusi­ta­nia Sheila Man­nix, Danny McCarthy and oth­ers in works in­spired by some of those lost with the Lusi­ta­nia in 1915. Sir­ius Arts Cen­tre, Cobh May 2-24 sir­iusarts­cen­ Kathy Pren­der­gast: Or New work on ‘Map­ping, power and per­cep­tion’, cu­rated by In­grid Swen­son (Gibson Gal­leries un­til June 13) Dis­placed: The Alice Sch­wab col­lec­tion of 20th cen­tury art (Un­til Jun 6) Re­con­fig­u­ra­tions: 20th cen­tury prints (Un­til June 6) Craw­ford Art Gallery, Em­met Place craw­for­dart­

Pro­cesses of Change In­stal­la­tion project by To­masz Mada­jczak. TAC­TIC, 3rd Floor Sam­ple-Stu­dios, Sul­li­vans Quay Un­til May 7

Rem­i­nis­cence Leanne McDon­agh. Cork Vi­sion Cen­tre @ St Peter;s, North Main St Un­til May 28 corkvi­sion­cen­

Stitch in Time: The Fab­ric of

Con­tem­po­rary Life Anni Al­bers, Grayson Perry, Sarah Browne and many more. Lewis Glucks­man Gallery, UCC Un­til July 5 glucks­


BOM Works based on Bea McMa­hon’s search for wolves in a moun­tain­ous French area. Cen­tre for Con­tem­po­rary Art, 10-12 Ar­tillery St Un­til May 16 cca-derry-lon­don­


Against the Wind Screen­prints by Jo­hannes Eidt. SO Fine Art Edi­tions, South Anne St Un­til May 23 sofin­earte­di­

Ái­tiúil Five RHAs with links to Dún Laoghaire-Rath­down County: Carey Clarke, John Coyle, Me­lanie le Broc­quy, Ge­orge Pot­ter & Imo­gen Stu­art. Mu­nic­i­pal Gallery, dlr Lex­I­con, Queen’s Rd, Dun Laoghaire Un­til May 9 dl­r­

Anna Livia Kurt Jack­son paints the path of the young Lif­fey. Ori­gin Gallery, 37 Up­per Fitzwilliam St Un­til May 23

Bent Knees are a Give New work by Is­abel Nolan cen­tring on John Donne’s fu­ner­ary sculp­ture. Ker­lin Gallery, Anne’s Lane, South Anne St Un­til May 16 ker­

A Breathcrys­tal Group show. Project Arts Cen­tre, 39 East Es­sex St Unitl May 30 pro­jec­tarts­cen­

Con­tours Re­al­ist paint­ings of 12 clas­sic cars . Tay­lor Gal­leries, 16 Kil­dare St Un­til May 9 tay­lor­gal­

Flow­ing Forms Etch­ings, sculp­ture and paint­ing by Cliona Doyle, Ana Dun­can and Des Fox in re­sponse to the Botanic Gar­dens. Na­tional Botanic Gar­dens, Glas­nevin Un­til May 24 botan­ic­gar­

Flux Play­ful meta­mor­pho­sis in sculp­tures by Orla de Brí. So­momon Fine Art, Balfe St Un­til May 16 solomon­fin­

Gerda Frömel : A Ret­ro­spec

tive Wel­come sur­vey of a highly re­garded modernist sculp­tor (Un­til July 5) Karla Black: Seven new works by a renowned, ver­sa­tile sculp­tor (Un­tilJuly 26) Ir­ish Mu­seum of Mod­ern Art, The Royal Hos­pi­tal, Kil­main­ham

Here. While the bees are

sleep­ing Sur­real en­coun­ters with nat­u­ral phe­nom­ena in a hy­per-lu­mi­nous world’ in paint­ings by So­nia Shiel. Kevin Ka­vanagh Gallery, Chancery Lane Un­til May 30 kevinka­vanagh­

Hid­den He­roes: The Ge­nius

of Ev­ery­day Things 35 es­sen­tial ev­ery­day de­signed items, oven over­looked, from Vi­tra De­sign Mu­seum. ID2015

De­signUn­til June Hub 14 @ hid­den-he-Dublin Cas­tle Home/Sick:bliss of home. The Science chang­ing Post-do­mes­ticGallery, mean­ings Trinity sci­ence­gallery.comCol­lege, Pearse St

In­tel­li­gent­pat­tern recog­ni­tion, Ma­chin­ery com­plexAI, net­worksby Sofie Loscher,and cod­ing Jonathanin works May­hew Farm­leigh and Gallery, Ni­amh Cas­tle- O’Do­herty. knock­til May 31 farm

Lino linocuts& Egg and Ex­hi­bi­tionegg tem­peraof new paint­ingsS­pace Gallery,by Paula26 North Pohli. GreatDarc Ge­orge’sOpens May7th, Street, un­til Dublin May 1. 29th . darc­

KhôraEilís O’Con­nell. mRe­cent Hills­boro sculp­ture Fineby Art, May 49 30 Par­nell hills­bo­rofin­eart.comSq West Un­til Sir Dublin’s Hugh Le­ga­cyLane (1875-1915):and Loss Trib­ute fo­cus­ing on Lane as a pa­tron of living artists. The Hugh Lane, Charlemont House, Par­nell Sq North hugh­ Pas­sion & Per­sua­sion: Images of Baroque Saints De­pic­tions of Counter-Ref­or­ma­tion saints from the Gallery’s col­lec­tion (Un­til May 31) Plus works from the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion. Na­tional Gallery of Ire­land na­tion­al­

Rose Wylie Big, idio­syn­cratic, un­pre­dictable paint­ings (Gallery 1) In­dian Matchbox La­bels (Gallery 2) Dou­glas Hyde Gallery, Trinity Col­lege Un­til May 13 dou­glashy­de­


A Per­sonal Per­spec­tive Closely ob­served do­mes­tic in­te­ri­ors in Ire­land and France, by Josephine Grant. Kil­cock Art Gallery, School St, Kil­cock Un­til May 16 kil­cockart­


Gypsy Ray See Seven Days. Pho­to­graphs, 1983-2014, with a lyri­cal, hu­man­ist spirit. But­ler Gallery, The Cas­tle May 2-Jun 21 but­ler­


Se­lected Ev­ery­thing Fin­lay Mack­in­tosh paints daily life and set­tings in Glas­gow from his own pho­to­graphs. Site, Sounds & Syl­la­bles: Re­cent per­for­mances by James King. The Dock, Car­rick-on-Shan­non Un­til Jun 6


in-site 2nd year LASD stu­dent re­spond to the Hunt Col­lec­tion. Hunt Mu­seum, Rut­land St Un­til May 10 hunt­mu­

LOUTH Drogheda Arts Fes­ti­val

Ex­hi­bi­tions What is and What Might Be: Colin Martin cu­rates a show fea­tur­ing ten con­tem­po­rary pain­ters (High­lanes Gallery, Lau­rence St, Un­til Jun 17) Pi­lot Light: Ruth E Lyons ex­plores our fas­ci­na­tion with light (Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Stick­well St Ends May 4) Ailbhe Ní Bhri­ain: Au­dio-video in­stal­la­tion with Nexus Arts (For­mer Methodist Church,

Lau­rence St, Ends May 4)

MAYO The Cilliní of Achill and Cur­rane René Böll’s work seeks out the chil­dren’s grave­yards. Achill Sound Hall, Achill Is­land May 1-3

Tablet Paint­ings and col­lages by Fiona Burke. De­bussy in the Rain: Paint­ings by Mau­rice Qui­il­li­nan ex­plor­ing the ‘Golden Sec­tion’. Cus­tom House Stu­dios Gallery, The Quay, West­port Un­til May 10 cus­tom­hous­es­tu­

ROSCOM­MON Tech­nolo­gies for In­ter­nal Ex­plo­rations Siob­han McGib­bon ex­plores the pa­tient’s in­ter­ac­tions with the hos­pi­tal en­vi­ron­ment. Roscom­mon Arts Cen­tre, Cir­cu­lar Road Un­til Jun 13 roscom­monarts­cen­


The Lung Chri­tine Mackey’s work stems from a project with stu­dents of St Nathy’s Col­lege and lo­cal peo­ple in Bal­laghader­reen. Con­texts:01: Se­lected works from the Boyle Civic Art Col­lec­tion (Linda Shevlin cu­rated, with Naomi Draper) King House, Boyle Un­til Jun 13 king­ Mak­ing News: Things Left Un­said Pho­to­graphic project by Paul Seawright (Un­til May 31) Shared Vi­sions, The Model Col­lects: Works from the Ni­land Col­lec­tion. The Model, The Mall the­ New Works 2015: Dreams of Land­scape Paint­ings by Mary Lohan. Hamil­ton Gallery, 4 Cas­tle St May 7-Jun 6 hamil­ton­


Saibhreas The­matic group show in which Mid­lands artists ex­plore the no­tion of rich­ness. Damer House Gallery, Ro­screa Un­til May 10

WATER­FORD Trinity’s Col­lege Gallery: The Swing of the Six­ties Works from the Trinity Col­lege Mod­ern Art Col­lec­tion. Lis­more Cas­tle Art Gallery Un­til Jun 7 lis­more­

WEX­FORD Living Arts Project Ex­hi­bi­tion Work from the vis­ual arts ed­u­ca­tional scheme. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre, Corn­mar­ket Un­til May 9wex­for­darts­cen­


Im­líne New paint­ings by Sinead Ní Mhaon­aigh. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main St, Bray Un­til May 23 mer­maid­arts­cen­

THEATRE Sara Keat­ing skeat­ing@irish­


The Games Peo­ple Play See Cork. The Mar­ket Place, Ar­magh May 6 8pm mar­ket­placear­

BELFAST Cathe­dral Quar­ter Arts

Fes­ti­val Belfast’s his­toric cen­tre hosts its 16th an­nual fes­ti­val with a se­lec­tion of

stal­wart tour­ing shows and lo­cal pro­duc­tions. Var­i­ous. Un­til May 10

The Shadow of a Gun­man The least-fre­quently pro­duced play of Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Tril­ogy in a co-pro­duc­tion with the Abbey Theatre. Lyric Theatre. Pre­views May 3-6. Ends June 6 £15/24.50 lyricthe­


The Games Peo­ple Play State of the na­tion play for a new gen­er­a­tion as the youths of Tir na nOg find their dreams go­ing bust. Every­man Palace. Ends May 2 8pm. 120/118/19 ev­ery­man­ Also Ar­magh/Long­ford Tom Crean - Antarc­tic

Ex­plorer An in­trepid one-man show about ex­plorer Tom Crean that has scaled the heights of suc­cess since it pre­miered in 2003. Bal­ly­maloe Grain­store. May 7, 8pm 125 ( 160 with din­ner)

DUBLIN Be­fore Mon­sters Were

Made A new play from the pro­lific Ross Dun­gan, set in 1960s ru­ral Ire­land, fo­cuses on a man strug­gling to hold his mar­riage to­gether just as a lo­cal girl meets an un­timely death and ru­mours and sus­pi­cions test the trust be­tween peo­ple. Ben Kidd di­rects. Project Arts Cen­tre. Ends May 16 8pm (Sat mat 2.30pm) 118/116 pro­jec­tarts­cen­

Bar­num A show about the great­est of showmen, PT Bar­num. The 19th cen­tury cir­cus was a ver­i­ta­ble freak­show and this mu­si­cal biopic adds ex­tra cu­rios­ity to real-life char­ac­ters like Gen­eral Tom Thumb. Bord Gais En­ergy Theatre. Ends May 2 7.30 160-118 bor­dgaisen­er­gythe­

Be­ing Nor­we­gian Gemma Doorley and Karl Shiels star in David Greig’s mas­terly one-act about fum­bling fore­play and a one-night stand. Bew­leys Cafe Theatre, at Pow­er­scourt Townhouse. Pre­views May 5 Ends May 30 1pm. 18-112 (light lunch 14) be­w­leyscafethe­

Charo­lais Noni Sta­ple­ton per­forms her new solo show, a sur­real com­edy of love, long­ing and one woman’s ri­valry with a Charo­lais heifer. Bew­leys Cafe Theatre, at Pow­er­scourt Townhouse. Ends May 1 1pm.

18-112 (light lunch 14) be­w­leyscafethe­

Dead Man’s Cell Phone Dalkey Play­ers stage Sarah Ruhl’s award-win­ning darkly comic play about the unit­ing and iso­lat­ing pow­ers of life in the dig­i­tal age, where a woman an­swers the an­noy­ing phone of a re­cently de­ceased café cus­tomer. Town Hall, Dalkey. Ends May 1 8pm 112 087-9919261

The Field Fifty years since it was first staged, John B. Keane’s ru­ral tragedy, about the Bull McCabe, the land he worked, and a stranger who gets in the way of his plans, re­turns for a ma­jor pro­duc­tion. Padraic McIn­tyre di­rects au­thor, play­wright, colum­nist and oc­ca­sional ac­tor Michael

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