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The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | GOING OUT -

Siob­hán Long slong@irish­times.com

FRIDAY 5 CLARE

Feakle Festival Bou­tique festival hosts a per­for­mance by Ré, fea­tur­ing Liam Ó Maon­laí, Cor­mac Be­g­ley on con­certina, singer, Eithne Ní Chatháin, piper, Maitiú Ó Ca­saide and gui­tarist, Peter O’Toole. St Mary’s Church, Feakle 7.30pm 130 feak­le­fes­ti­val.ie

CORK

The Casey Sis­ters Trio of sis­ters con­tinue their short tour, fea­tur­ing Nol­laig Casey and Mairéad Ní Chatha­saigh on vo­cals & fid­dle, Máire Ní Chatha­saigh on harp. Cop­per Mine Mu­seum, Al­li­hies 8.30pm

115 027-73218 Also Thurs, Kilkenny

DUBLIN

Tunes In The Church First of three con­certs this week fea­tur­ing Shane Mulchrone on banjo (tonight), Fi­achna Ó Mongáin and Jes­sica Zei­gler (to­mor­row) and Ul­tan O’Brien and Aki (Sunday). Uni­tar­ian Church, St Stephen’s Green 8pm 115 tunesinthechurch.com

GAL­WAY

Tunes In The Church Gary Hast­ings, flute player, fea­tures tonight, as part of what is now a nightly con­cert in this beau­ti­ful venue. St Ni­cholas’ Col­le­giate Church, Gal­way 8pm 115 tunesinthechurch.com

SATUR­DAY 6 CLARE

Feakle Festival Full pro­gramme in­cludes gala con­cert fea­tur­ing Out The Gap, Sean Garvey and Danny O’Ma­hony with Bríd Harper. Com­mu­nity Hall, Feakle 7.30pm 120 feak­le­fes­ti­val.ie

DUBLIN

Amala Paul de Grae and Rei­dun Sch­lesinger on gui­tar and harp step into the wide blue with their imag­i­na­tive in­ter­pre­ta­tion of tunes, both tra­di­tional and con­tem­po­rary. Ranelagh Arts Cen­tre 7pm Adm free ranelagharts.org

LAOIS

Project West Ac­cor­dion­ist Damian Mullane and band fea­ture pow­er­house dance tunes. Du­na­maise Arts Cen­tre, Port­laoise 8pm 120/118 du­na­maise.ie Also Sun, Of­faly

SUNDAY 7 CLARE

Feakle Festival The Tulla Céilí Band bring the pro­ceed­ings of this festival to a grand height. Mar­quee, Feakle 10pm 110 feak­le­fes­ti­val.ie

OF­FALY

Project West See Sat, Laois. Birr Theatre and Arts Cen­tre 8pm 120 bir­rthe­atre.com

MON­DAY 8 CLARE

Feakle Festival The Riches of Clare lunch time con­cert fea­tur­ing John Weir, Seán Mhaoir, Áine Mhaoir and Eithne Ní Dhonaile. Com­mu­nity Cen­tre 1pm Adm free feak­le­fes­ti­val.ie

KILKENNY

Cleek Schrey Vir­ginian mas­ter of the Har­dan­ger d’amore fid­dle makes a solo visit to Kilkenny Arts Festival. Rothe House, Kilkenny 10.30pm

116/114 kilken­n­yarts.ie

TUES­DAY 9 DONE­GAL

Theresa Ka­vanagh, Martin Crossin and Ian Smith Fid­dle, pipes, songs and gui­tar fea­ture in tonight’s Tion­sc­namh Lugh con­cert. Ionad Cois Locha, Dun­lewey 8pm 18 086-6050110

KILKENNY

Martin Hayes Quar­tet Keep­ing it fresh, Hayes joins Ken­tucky fid­dler Liz Knowles, clar­inet­tist Doug Wiesel­man and his reg­u­lar com­padre, gui­tarist Den­nis Cahill. St Can­ice’s Cathe­dral 7.30pm

133/130/127 kilken­n­yarts.ie

WEDNESDAY 10 DUBLIN

Líosa Mur­phy Ty­rone singer and whis­tle player, and vet­eran of Gaelforce, Dance of De­sire and Celtic Feet, em­barks on a solo tour. The Grand So­cial, Lif­fey Street 8pm 115 the­grand­so­cial.ie Also Thurs, Wex­ford

THURS­DAY 11 KILKENNY

Uil­leann Goes Elec­tric Piper David Power plugs in to the volt­age, as he col­lab­o­rates with com­poser, Linda Buck­ley. The Pa­rade Tower, Kilkenny 6pm 114/112 kilken­n­yarts.ie Songs of Love, Loss and Re­bel­lion Mar­ble City Ses­sions fea­tures Martin Hayes, Den­nis Cahill, Maighread and Tríona Ní Dhomh­naill and piper, David Power. Set Theatre 9pm

127/124 kilken­n­yarts.ie The Casey Sis­ters See Fri, Cork. Guests of Kilkenny Fringe Festival. Cleere’s Theatre 9pm 115 056-7762573

WEX­FORD

Líosa Mur­phy See Wed, Dublin. Wex­ford Arts Cen­tre 8.30pm

118/116 wex­for­darts­cen­tre.ie

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