For this, our birthday year, CCI presents an even longer Saint Patrick's festival than ever! From 10 to 20 March, green is in the air as well as lots of trad music with no less than four fabulous concerts and two Sundays of festivities full of fun for all ages.
Don't miss our first evening of important 'state of the nation' style addresses on Saturday 12 March by Panti, Queen of Ireland, as well as Richard Kearney, Sean Binder and Catriona Crowe - all four share their take on and aspirations for centennial Ireland.
Make sure to book your places now!
Thursday 10 March, 8pm: Arracht (screening at Les 3 Luxembourg cinema)
Friday 11 March, 7pm: Kíla (concert for families)
Friday 11 March, 9pm: Kíla (concert - unseated)
Saturday 12 March, 7.30pm: Soirée 2022 Congress for Ireland (Four key speakers share their views on centennial Ireland)
Sunday 13 March, doors open at 1pm: Céilí Mor and No Crows concert
Wednesday 16 March, 7pm: Master Class with Inni-K (sean-nós singing)
Thursday 17 March, 7.30pm: Chapel Session with Inni-K
Friday 18 March, 7.30pm: Gaulín with Inni-K
Saturday 19 March 7.30pm: Chapel Session with Altan
Sunday 20 March 1pm to 4.30pm: St Patrick’s Family Day (street performance Ballet Poulet, music by Navá), no booking needed
Sunday 20 March, 7.30pm: Navá (concert)
Take the opportunity to see our two current exhibitions celebrating two important Irish centenaries, every day from 2pm to 6pm and until 8pm on 16 March: A Nation Under the Influence: Ireland at 100 and, in the courtyard, Following Ulysses.