gifted to the gallery by artist and writer Brian Lalor in 2014, a collection that effectively charts the development of printmaking from the 16th century onwards. Other works acquired by gift or purchase include pieces by Fernand Lèger, Walter Osborne, Berthe Morisot and Michael Farrell. RETURN Grandaddy It takes gumption for a once very successful band to attempt a comeback following a six-year absence, but from 2012 this California act (below) – best known for their indie psychedelic rock albums Under the Western Freeway (1997) and The Sophtware Slump (2000) – has grasped the nettle with little care for the accompanying stings. Loyal and hardcore fans swill come out in force for this one. ART So Near & So Far: Roscommon in the 1980s – Photographs by Martin Parr. known for his sharply observant eye and ability to pin down social fashions and conventions, lived in Boyle from 1981-1983. The photographs in this show date from the period. They offer an insight into Ireland as was, recording the growing impact of relative prosperity – and Americanisation. They formed the substance of his third book, A Fair Day. sublime melodic, moody house for the past decade or so. He’s also done wonders for others too, with his Lost & Found label showcasing the work of people like Kevin Yost, Funk D’Void, Eelke Kleijn, Sahar Z and Brian Cid. He’s also found a lot of fans for his own productions, especially with The Trees, The Sea & The Sun album for Bedrock. Support from Mulljoy and Stephen Flynn, with Moodybeats at large in the Garden.