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A new exhibition entitled Damnatio Memoriae - examining Bio-culture, Violence and Marginality in Contemporary Irish Culture - opens Friday September 6 at Ballina Arts Centre.
Other Voices, the internationally renowned music festival and TV series that has been going strong in Dingle for 17 years, took up residence in Ballina for one glorious weekend last September.
The Ballina One Act Drama Festival is returning for its fourth season next month.
The award winning Ballina based Heroes for Hospice group is back under the spotlight following a long break on the back of their successful sell-out musical Beyond The Barricade.
The third annual One Act Drama Festival will take place in Ballina this weekend. From today, Friday, November 3, to Sunday, November 5, a number of drama groups will converge on the Ballina Arts Centre for a series of one act plays.
The award-winning Ballina-based Heroes for Hospice group is back in the spotlight after a long break following the success of its sell-out Beyond the Barricade musical production. The group, led by Lavinia Gilmartin, announced this week that it will stage another sensational musical production in aid of Mayo Roscommon Hospice Foundation next month.
Ballina Arts Centre’s ongoing literary series The Moy Sessions continues this evening, Friday, with a reading by two Mayo-based writers, poet Geraldine Mitchell and novelist Elizabeth Reape at 8pm.
Leslie Dowdall is the voice and songwriter behind the sound that was In Tua Nua, Mike Hanrahan is the voice and songwriter that is Stockton’s Wing, and they will be taking to the stage together in the Ballina Arts Centre on Thursday, June 15. Following her stint fronting legendary Irish band In Tua Nua, Leslie Dowdall’s solo career began in earnest with the release of No Guilt, No Guile in 1997. The album won high praise for its creativity and featured hit single ‘Wonderful Thing’.
Gatehouse are a newly-formed band with a line up of experienced and up and coming artists, who recently launched debut album Tús Nua. Gatehouse are John McEvoy (fiddle/viola/piano), Jacinta McEvoy (guitar/concertina/backing vocals), Rachel Garvey (vocals), and John Wynne (flutes/whistles). They will be taking to the stage in Ballina Arts Centre on Friday, March 24, at 8pm.
Throughout March and April, Ballina Arts Centre will present Girlhood, an exhibition by Mayo artist Orla Sloyan. Girlhood is the collaborative result of a photographic project between the photographer and the Maughan family that documents the family’s special and intimate occasions from 2007 to 2016.