THEATRE

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The Ir­ish So­ci­ety of Botan­i­cal Artists. The Hunt Mu­seum, Rut­land St Un­til June 28 hunt­mu­seum.com

Ra­mon Kas­sam. Shadow Light: Gavin Hogg. Draw­ings II: Se­lected work from the Na­tional Col­lec­tion of Con­tem­po­rary Drawing. Lim­er­ick City Gallery of Art, Carnegie Build­ing, Pery Sq Un­til July 10 gallery.lim­er­ick.ie

LOUTH

Re­al­ity and illusion in works by Mi­randa Blen­ner­has­sett, Neil Car­roll, Su­san Con­nolly, Kevin Cos­grove, Mairead O’hEocha, Mark O’Kelly, Kevin Mooney, Kathy Ty­nan and An­drew Vick­ery. High­lanes Gallery, Lau­rence St, Drogheda Un­til Jun 17 high­lanes.ie

MAYO

Paint­ings by Imelda Kil­bane. Sculp­ture: Peter Burns, Vanessa Donoso Lopez, John McHugh, Tim Mor­ris and Janet Mullar­ney. Clare­mor­ris Gallery, Mount St, Clare­mor­ris Un­til June 19 clare­mor­ris­gallery.com

Paint­ings by Pa­tri­cia Do­herty. Lit­tle Piece: Miya Ando, Abigail Den­nis­ton, Donna FitSy­mons and Steven May­bury. Cus­tom House Stu­dios Gallery, The Quay, West­port Un­til June 7 cus­tom­hous­es­tu­dios.ie

MON­AGHAN

Ni­amh O’Con­nor. The Mar­ket House, Mon­aghan Town 047-38162

ROSCOM­MON

Siob­han McGib­bon ex­plores the pa­tient’s in­ter­ac­tions with the hos­pi­tal en­vi­ron­ment. Roscom­mon Arts Cen­tre, Cir­cu­lar Road Un­til Jun 13 roscom­monarts­cen­tre.ie

SLIGO

Christine 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 king­house.ie

Pho­to­graphic project by Paul Seawright ex­plor­ing the tele­vi­sion news stu­dios in Europe and the US (Ends May 31) Shared Vi­sions, The Model Col­lects: Works from the Ni­land Col­lec­tion. The Model, The Mall the­model.ie

Paint­ings by Mary Lohan. Hamil­ton Gallery, 4

30 works from the Trinity Col­lege Mod­ern Art Col­lec­tion. Lis­more Cas­tle Art Gallery Un­til June 7 lis­more­castlearts.ie

WEST­MEATH

This Land is Ours: Daniel Ch­ester. Con­ver­sa­tions in a Crooked Cir­cle: Gary Robin­son. Re:Col­lect: Paul Roy. Luan Gallery, Athlone Un­til June 28 lu­an­gallery.ie

WEX­FORD

IT Car­low’s Wex­ford Cam­pus School of Art and De­sign Grad­u­a­tion Ex­hi­bi­tion. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre, Corn­mar­ket Un­til June 6 Paint­ings from IMMA’s col­lec­tion in­clud­ing work by Basil Black­shaw, Oliver Comer­ford, Bar­rie Cooke, Diana Cop­per­white, Wil­liam Crozier, El­iz­a­beth Mag­ill, Michael Mulc­ahy and Hughie O’Donoghue. County Hall, Wex­ford County Coun­cil Un­til July 31

BELFAST

The least-fre­quently pro­duced play of Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Tril­ogy in a co-pro­duc­tion with the Abbey Theatre. Di­rected by Wayne Jor­dan, who has a rep­u­ta­tion of turn­ing worn clas­sics into gold. Lyric Theatre. Ends June 6 £15/24.50 lyricthe­atre.co.uk

CAR­LOW

Gavin Ko­stick’s re­work­ing of the myth of Tír na nÓg for Rise Pro­duc­tions, win­ner of The Ir­ish Times Theatre Award for Best Play in 2014, re­turns with Lorna Quinn and Aonghus Og McNally as Ni­amh and Oisín, living in neg­a­tive eq­uity, and play­ing a se­ries of games in their un­rav­el­ling par­adise. Tour concludes. Deighton Hall. Jun 1 8pm car­lowarts­fes­ti­val.com

CA­VAN

Ea­monn Mor­ris­sey’s au­to­bi­o­graph­i­cal trib­ute to writer Maeve Bren­nan. Per­formed as part of Beal­taine Fes­ti­val. Ramor Theatre. May 30 8pm ramorthe­atre.com

CORK

On it’s 20th an­niver­sary, Donal O’Kelly per­forms his cel­e­brated 1995 solo show, bring­ing a frus­trated screen­writer’s at­tempts to tell the story of a whal­ing ship covertly en­listed to re­cue Ir­ish Fe­nian pris­on­ers in 1875 back to the na­tion’s stages. O’Kelly per­forms with live mu­sic from Trevor Knight. Every­man Theatre. Jun 3-4 8pm ev­ery­man­cork.com

DUBLIN

Mar­i­lyn Pro­duc­tions bring an­other in­stal­ment of life in con­tem­po­rary Dublin, as writ­ten by emerg­ing play­wrights. New Theatre. Ends

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