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A new exhibition on the Shroud of Turin, a relic that has fascinated theologians and academics for centuries, is to open in Knock Museum on April 1.
Time to peer into that crystal ball again. No, not the one in the Treasure Chest window. Here’s a taste of what we can expect in the year ahead.
Ballintubber Passion Play is now in its 25th year of production. It is enacted in the grounds of Ballintubber Abbey, which were landscaped in 1986 with just such an event in mind. It involves a cast of 70 people, all drawn from the local community, and lasts one hour. A stand has been erected to accommodate the hundreds that come to experience it each year from all over Ireland. This year it takes place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week, March 25, 26 and 27.
This could be the last Holy Week that confessions are heard in Galway City, following the revelation last evening that automated confession kiosks are set to be installed in several city churches next month.
THE LAMENTATIONS Of Jeremiah, recording the destruction of Jerusalem, form some of the most emotional passages in the Bible, and inspired one of classical music’s great sacred works.
Flamenco is a Spanish art form with deep roots in Andalusia - Spain's southern region. There are different theories as to how this folk music evolved, but the details are lost in history.
A concert for Kilkenny’s senior citizens will take place in the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny next month.
THE TRIBAL Chamber Choir, under director Mark Keane, will host A Musical Journey Through Holy Week, in Christ The King church, Salthill on Sunday at 8pm.
A race night will be held in the Punchbowl, Ballyheane, on Saturday March 28 at 9pm. Proceeds are in aid of the Ballyheane Buttercups community crèche.