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Works 2004-2014 (Un­til July 10). Lim­er­ick City Gallery of Art, Pery Sq gallery.lim­er­

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.lim­er­

Grad­u­ate show 2015. Lim­er­ick School of Art & De­sign, Clare St Cam­pus Ends June 14 lsad­grad­u­


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 high­


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 clare­mor­ris­ Work by stu­dents. Cus­tom House Gallery, The Quay, West­port Un­til July 5 cus­tom­hous­es­tu­


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


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 Ends Jun 13 king­

Shared Vi­sions, The Model Col­lects: Works from the Ni­land Col­lec­tion. The Model, The Mall the­


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


Land­scape paint­ings. New­town­barry House, Bun­clody Un­til June 28 new­town­bar­ry­ 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


See Seven Days. Joanna Kid­ney presents her own cabi­net of cu­riosi­ties, with draw­ings, en­caus­tic paint­ings and a stitched, sculp­tural drawing. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main St, Bray Un­til July 18 mer­maid­arts­cen­ Peter Craw­ley pcraw­ley@irish­


Des Keogh per­forms his solo piece about Ge­orge Bernard Shaw and the women in his life. Also Meath. Lyric Theatre. Jun 15-20 7.45pm £16 lyricthe­


Ed Malone’s multi-char­ac­ter play charts the rise and fall of two work­ing class sis­ters in Cork through love, sex, death, popular cul­ture, tragedy and the River Lee. As part of Cork Mid­sum­mer Fes­ti­val. Gra­nary Theatre. Jun 12-14 8pm (Sat mat 2pm)

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See Seven Days. Con­flicted Theatre stage a piece in­spired by the works of US play­wright Charles Mee which takes place as a din­ner con­ver­sa­tion - over tast­ing ex­pe­ri­ences pro­vided by Bar­den - where the guests be­come in­creas­ingly an­gry, vul­ner­a­ble, provoca­tive and po­etic. As part of Cork Mid­sum­mer Fes­ti­val. Bar­den Pri­vate Dining Club. Jun 12-14, Jun 19-21 6pm & 9pm cork­mid­sum­

Regina Crow­ley per­forms Beck­ett’s mono­logue, re­stricted to a dis­tressed and fran­tic mouth in the dark­ness, per­form­ing the short piece over a new soundscape de­signed by Mick O’Shea. Ger Fitzgib­bon di­rects. As part of Cork Mid­sum­mer Fes­ti­val. Craw­ford Art Gallery. Jun 12-13 12pm 3pm cork­mid­sum­

The step dance jug­ger­naut puts in an ap­pear­ance at the Mar­quee with its com­bi­na­tion of Ir­ish and in­ter­na­tional dance styles and rous­ing mu­sic. The Mar­quee. End Jun 14 8pm tick­et­mas­


Michael Hil­liard Mulc­ahy per­forms his own one-man play tak­ing on the role of the fish­er­man, Bobeen, still haunted by what he dis­cov­ered in the har­bour 30 years ago, and drawn back to the tides. Har­bour Play­house, Por­to­bello. Jun 17-20 8pm



Gerry Far­rell per­forms his one-man stage adap­ta­tion of Ulysses invit­ing the au­di­ence to ac­com­pany Leopold Bloom on his odyssey through Dublin. Bew­ley’s Café Theatre at Pow­er­scourt. Jun 15-20 1pm

(lunch be­w­leyscafethe­

Theatre Up­stairs’ com­pany-in-res­i­dence Bit­ter Like a Lemon

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