Take a look at the archive of CCI events since 2002

This archive of our past events will give you a feel for the creativity of contemporary Ireland and its practitioners. You can insert specific names or titles into the Search box (inverted commas around titles of more than one word).

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Cancelled: Where Angels Listen

Concerts / Music

Cancelled: Where Angels Listen

A celebration of Francis Ledwidge’s life and poetry with original music, readings and performances.

1 Mar 2018 , €13 (€10 for students and unemployed)

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Jack O’Rourke

Concerts / Music

Jack O’Rourke

Two acts recognized for their commanding presence and powerful voices, with influences from blues to soul, folk to pop.

15 Feb 2018 , €13 (€10 for students and unemployed)

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Rencontre avec Siobhán Cleary

Concerts / Music

Rencontre avec Siobhán Cleary

Composer-in-residence Siobhán Cleary presents ‘Book Smugglers’, a documentary on linguistic resistance, for which she composed the original music.

30 Jan 2018 , Admission free

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Martin Hayes

Concerts / Music

Martin Hayes

Fiddler Martin Hayes’ soulful interpretations of traditional Irish music are recognized the world over for their exquisite musicality and irresistible rhythm.

5 - 6 Dec 2017 , €18 (€15 for students and unemployed)

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Sue Rynhart

Concerts / Music

Sue Rynhart

Soulful songs drawing on both classical and jazz traditions performed with precision and delicacy.

25 Nov 2017 , €10 (€7 for students and unemployed)

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Bronagh Gallagher

Concerts / Music

Bronagh Gallagher

Bronagh Gallagher will pay homage to the sound and essence of the music of the 60s and early 70s.

18 Nov 2017 , €13 (€10 for students and unemployed)

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Double Bill: Inni-K & Cry Monster Cry

Concerts / Music

Double Bill: Inni-K & Cry Monster Cry

Two indie-folk concerts featuring Inni-K, who delights with her fresh style and mesmerising voice, and Cry Monster Cry who are described as thoughtful and poetic…totally addictive.

24 Oct 2017 , €13 (€10 for students and unemployed)

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