Mayo artists show at The Linenhall
Awash with art of every shape, size and colour, the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar presents the ever-popular biennial celebration of the visual arts in Mayo. The selected show, comprising 276 pieces in total, presents a cornucopia of work in all manner of media and offers a fascinating snapshot of the breadth of arts practice in the county. The exhibition runs until Saturday January 21.
Christmas opening at The Linenhall
The Linenhall arts centre and coffee shop closes for Christmas on Friday December 23 at 5.00pm.
The Linenhall Coffee Shop is open on Wednesday December 28 - Friday December 30 inclusive from 10.00am-5.00pm daily.
The Linenhall reopens for business as usual on Wednesday January 3 at 10.00am.
The Linenhall Arts Centre’s January/February 2012 programme is out now, with a host of tasty goodies on offer to tempt and entice you. We’re kicking off with an evening of up-and-coming contemporary music on Thursday January 12 in the shape of Katie Kim, The Lost Brothers and Puzzle Muteson, care of the Certain Three tour in association with Finbar Hoban Presents. Swiftly following on, Truman Town Theatre and Ballinrobe playwright Mick Donellan present their latest theatrical success, the small town sell-out drama Shortcut to Hallelujah, for two special performances on Wednesday 18th and Thursday January 19. Then there’s a traditional gig made in heaven when the sublime Martin Hayes, Kevin Crawford and John Doyle perform in their new guise as The Teetotallers on Tuesday 24th January. And the mellifluous Emilie Conway Jazz Quartet proposes that You Must Believe in Spring on Tuesday January 31.
Check out www.thelinenhall.com for full details, Tel: 094 9023733