With plans being drawn up for a dedicated cello festival in 2024, organisers are presenting ‘A Taste of Cellisimo’ event with world-renowned siblings Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Isata Kanneh-Mason, tomorrow Friday, November 18.
By Maxim Kelly Mozart loved numbers. Indeed as a child in the mid 1700s, the classical composer doodled sums and cryptic codes everywhere, and for his entire life the Austrian used a secret cipher in letters to his family.
Abstract artist Joan Finnegan is exhibiting a new collection of landscape paintings at this week’s Clifden Arts Festival.
Particularly inspired by the contours and colours of Connemara, the paintings of AS I SEE IT are characterised by bold shapes and vibrant colours, transporting viewers to an imaginative realm of abstraction.
An Púcán recently unveiled their new big screen, taking centre stage in their Heineken Beer Garden, which is sure to make the match-watching experience at the city-centre bar all the more absorbing. Described as one of the largest TV screens in the country, it has already drawn plenty of crowds for some amazing big games since it was installed.
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