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Seán Keane makes a welcome return to Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday, July 12, with his live performance commencing at 8pm.
The Irish Chamber Orchestra (ICO) will perform 'Testimony' at Roscommon Arts Centre on Friday, June 28, at 8pm. 'Testimony' is an astounding self-portrait of composer, Dmitri Shostakovich. It is controversial, revealing a profoundly ambivalent Shostakovich, his unseen life at once triumphant but tragic.
Since the release of their critically acclaimed solo album ‘Tus Nua’ in 2016, Roscommon based traditional band Gatehouse has gone from strength to strength.
Bealtaine Festival (celebrating arts and creativity as we age) presents What Good is Looking Well When You’re Rotten on the Inside? by Emma O’Grady at Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday May 22 at 8pm.
The debut theatre tour from Rory O'Connor aka Rory's Stories makes a stop at the Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday, May 15.
Irene Kelleher’s self-penned one-woman 'Mary and Me' comes to Roscommon Arts Centre this Saturday, April 27, at 8pm.
On Saturday, April 13, Roscommon Arts Centre welcome back Ceol Connected, the team that brought TRADOODLE ROSCOMMON to town last October. This time Ceol Connected, which comprises of Thomas Johnston and Niamh Lawlor, bring the captivating RETURN OF SPRING to the arts centre stage.
Roscommon Arts Centre are delighted to welcome the Oliver award winning theatre team that is Pat Kinevane and Fishamble: The New Play Company to their stage with their production 'Before' on Thursday, April 11, at 8pm. This is the team that created theatrical masterpieces such as 'Forgotten', 'Underneath' and the Oliver award-winning 'Silent'.
Best new play and best actress nominated ‘Charlie’s a Clepto’ (Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards) takes to the stage at Roscommon Arts Centre on Wednesday, March 27, at 8pm, written and performed by multi-award nominated actor Clare Monnelly and directed by Irish Times Theatre Awards winning actor and director Aaron Monaghan.
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