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Mil­iano. Oliver Sears Gallery, 29 Molesworth St Un­til Mar 10 oli­v­ersears­gallery.com

GAL­WAY

Paint­ings by Richard Hearns. An­ton’s Cafe, 12 Father Grif­fith Road Un­til Feb 27 an­ton­scafe.com

Vic­to­ria J Dean, Ni­amh O’ Do­herty and Laura Smith ex­plore the bound­aries, bor­ders and re­stric­tions peo­ple im­pose on them­selves and each other. Gal­way Arts Cen­tre, 47 Do­minick St Un­til Feb 26 gal­wa­yarts­cen­tre.ie

KERRY

Mixed me­dia works. St John Theatre, The Square, Lis­towel Un­til Feb 29 stjohn­sthe­atrelis­towel.com

LEITRIM

Anita Groener, Phil Fo­ley, Julie Mer­ri­man, Cliodhna Ti­money & Chanelle Wal­she of­fer their dis­tinct ver­sion of an artis­tic lan­guage. The Dock, St Ge­orge’s Ter­race, Car­rick-on-Shan­non Un­til March 12 the­dock.ie

LIM­ER­ICK

Re­cruit­ment posters from the Great War. The Hunt Mu­seum, Rut­land St Un­til March 11 hunt­mu­seum.com

Sean Lynch’s work rep­re­sent­ing Ire­land at the Venice Bi­en­nale, plus other projects. Just Left of Coper­ni­cus (A Prologue): Large-scale sculp­tural in­stal­la­tion by Ni­amh McCann Lim­er­ick City Art Gallery, Pery Sq Un­til March 24 gallery.lim­er­ick.ie

LOUTH

Martin Boyle projects an ab­surd sense of or­der onto the vis­ual chaos of ev­ery­day life. Droic­head Arts Cen­tre, Stock­well St, Drogheda Un­til Feb 27 droic­head.com

MAYO

Ex­hi­bi­tion mark­ing 30 years of lo­cal au­thor­ity fund­ing for the arts. :ime-up in­cludes Tony O’Mal­ley, Alice Ma­her, Robert Bal­lagh, John Kind­ness, No­rah McGui­ness, Sean McSweeney, John Shin­nors, Julie Mer­ri­man and many oth­ers. Bal­l­lina Arts Cen­tre, Bar­rett St, Bal­lina Un­til Feb 26 bal­li­naarts­cen­tre.com

MEATH

The role of Ash­bourne in the Ris­ing. Toradh Gallery, Ash­bourne Li­brary & Cul­tural Cen­tre, Ash­bourne Un­til March 7 meath.ie/County Coun­cil/Arts

Eleanor Duf­fin, Caoimhe Kil­feather and Bar­bara Kneze­vic ex­plore the bor­der be­tween the ma­te­rial and im­ma­te­rial in sculp­ture, pho­tog­ra­phy, draw­ing and text. Sol­stice Arts Cen­tre, Rail­way St, Na­van Un­til Mar 11 sol­sticearts­cen­tre.com

SLIGO

Bart Lodewi­jks’ chalk draw­ings with com­men­tary, plus records of sim­i­lar projects else­hwere. The Model, The Mall Un­til March 27 the­model.ie

Print works by Daniel Lip­stein and Niall Naessens. Hamil­ton Gallery, Cas­tle St Un­til Feb 27 hamil­ton­gallery.ie

WEST­MEATH

Works by John Kinger­lee, 1962-2016, in­clud­ing ten new prints, to cel­e­brate his 80th birth­day. Luan Gallery, Grace Road, Athlone Un­til Feb 27

WEX­FORD

Pho­tog­ra­phy and video work by Dra­gana Jurišic. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre, Corn­mar­ket Un­til March 12 wex­for­darts­cen­tre.i

WICK­LOW

Coast­line land­scapes by Cather­ine Ryan. Court­house Arts Cen­tre, Ti­na­hely Un­til March 4 court­house­arts.ie Adrian Dun­can, Sabina Mac Ma­hon, Ea­mon O’Kane and Kathy Ty­nan cu­rated by Emma Dwyer. Mer­maid Arts Cen­tre, Main St, Bray Un­til March 19 mer­maid­arts­cen­tre.ie Peter Craw­ley pcraw­ley@irishrtimes.com

BELFAST

The Lyric’s new pro­duc­tion of Willy Rus­sell’s com­edy about education, class and the sexes trans­poses the orig­i­nal from Liverpool to Belfast. Here, Kerri Quinn plays Rita, the hair­dresser tired of a con­fined ex­is­tence who en­rols in an Open Univer­sity course in English lit­er­a­ture taught by a dis­so­lute lec­turer, played by Stephen Kennedy. Emma Jor­dan di­rects. Lyric Theatre. Ends Feb 28 7.45pm (Sat & Sun mat 2.30pm) £15-£24.50 lyricthe­atre.co.uk

CA­VAN

Noni Sta­ple­ton per­forms her lauded solo show, a sur­real com­edy of love, long­ing and one woman’s ri­valry with a Charo­lais heifer. Townhall. Feb 20 8pm 049-4361312

CORK

Ger Fitzgib­bon di­rects Sean O’Casey’s not-too-sel­dom re­vived clas­sic (see below), but - in a move that will ei­ther be con­sid­ered dar­ing or sac­ri­lege - this ver­sion is set not in Dublin, but Cork. The for­tunes of the chaot­i­cally dys­func­tional Boyle fam­ily rise and fall, what­ever their ac­cent. Ev­ery­man Theatre. Ends Feb 20 8pm (Schools per­for­mance Feb 12 11am) (Stu­dents Mon-Thurs) ev­ery­man­cork.com

DUBLIN

Pan Pan re­vives its re­mark­able and evoca­tive in­stal­la­tion, here plac­ing the au­di­ence on the Abbey Theatre’s stage, unit­ing a dis­arm­ingly de­signed space with a care­fully de­tailed recorded per­for­mance of Beck­ett’s ra­dio play. The jour­ney of seventy-some­thing

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