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Sig­nal Arts So­ci­ety show. Sig­nal Arts Cen­tre, 1 Al­bert Av­enue, Bray Un­til June 5 sig­nalarts­cen­tre.ie

Mu­si­cian and pho­tog­ra­pher Dave Hingerty’s pho­to­graphs of well-known mu­si­cians on tour (a per­cent­age of prof­its on sales go to the Alzheimer’s So­ce­ity of Ire­land). Court­house Arts Cen­tre, Ti­na­hely Un­til June 25 court­house­arts.ie

Cor­masc Boy­dell at Uillinn, Sk­ib­bereen, West Cork and Thomas Brez­ing at The Easter Snow Gallery, Séa­mus En­nis Arts Cen­tre, Naul

DUBLIN

Clos­ing events at this year’s fes­ti­val in­clude a cel­e­bra­tion of writ­ings by Ir­ish­born, New York-based Maeve Bren­nan, Fri 8pm, Smock Al­ley The­atre, A con­fer­ence on Get­ting Pub­lished, Sat 10am-5pm, O’Cal­laghan Alexan­der Ho­tel, The Big De­bate: The Dy­ing of the Light with au­thors Mar­ion Coutts, Su­sana Mor­eira Mar­ques and Sea­mus O’Ma­hony, Sun 12.30pm, Smock Al­ley The­atre, il­f­dublin.com

Held in the court­yard of the Red Sta­bles, this fea­tures ar­ti­san and or­ganic goods from Ir­ish pro­duc­ers, Sat 10am-5pm, St Anne’s Park, Clon­tarf, dublincity.ie

A great place buy and eat out­doors af­ter a brac­ing walk by the sea, Sat 10am-4pm/Sun 11am-4pm Mar­lay Park, Rath­farn­ham, and Sun 11am-4pm, Peo­ple’s Park, Dún Laoghaire, dl­r­coco.ie

A study morn­ing vi­su­al­is­ing the Ir­ish City in the Mod­ernist Age, Sat 10am-12.30pm, Na­tional Gallery, Clare St, adm free but book­ing re­quired on walk­erto@tcd.ie Ioan­nis Mandafou­nis & Aoife McA­tam­ney per­form in this in­ter­ac­tive show, Fri 5pm-7.15pm, Gallery Space, Pavil­ion The­atre, adm free, dublin­dance­fes­ti­val.ie

GAL­WAY

High­lights in­clude Po­etry in the Park (Con­nemara Na­tional Park), with Ger­man poet Jan Wag­ner, Gal­way poet Eva Bourke and Clare box player Conor Keane, 2pm Sat, Let­ter­frack; also bog walks, fun runs, art and mu­sic, ceecc.org

KERRY

Lis­towel be­comes the cen­tre of cre­ative writ­ing at this time ev­ery year with in­ter­na­tional and na­tional au­thors read­ing from their work, writ­ing work­shops and in­for­mal gather­ings. Guests in­clude Pulitzer prize-win­ning po­ets, Paul Mul­doon and Gro­gory Pardlo, Wed-Sun, writ­er­sweek.ie

KILKENNY

The com­edy fes­ti­val gala open­ing show fea­tures Adam Hills, Barry Murphy, Tiff Steven­son, Al Porter (above), Water­ford Whis­pers News and lots more ,Thurs 8pm, Cillin Hil, Kilkenny th­e­cat­laughs.com

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