Sunday 25 August 2019

If you do one thing this week: Love Lorna

Lorna Byrne
Lorna Byrne

Lorna Byrne's books, such as Angels in my Hair and Stairways to Heaven, have been translated into 30 languages. She will be in conversation with author Cathy Kelly on Sunday, November 22, at the National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, 7.30pm.

All proceeds go to the Lorna Byrne Children's Foundation.


Light Moves festival of screendance, Ireland's only international festival dedicated to dance on film, will take place in Limerick, across different venues, from November 19 to 22. Siobhan Davies, renowned UK contemporary dance artist, will give a public interview as part of the programme.


Improv Fest Ireland kicks off today and runs until November 21, and will feature 28 top national and international improvisation acts performing unscripted theatre and comedy at the Teacher's Club Theatre, Parnell Square. It was founded by Neil Curran, and the assistant director is Orla Mc Govern.


For the fifth consecutive year, the week-long Mexico festival will showcase food, drinks and music from all over the 32 states of Mexico, from November 17 to 22. Expect plenty of restaurants, two colourful fiestas, live music, demos and discussions from world-class experts in their fields.


The Puccini Scandal is a new dramatisation of the life of one of opera's most loved composers, Giacomo Puccini, who gave us La Bohème, Madama Butterfly, Tosca, Gianni Schicchi and La Rondine. Written and directed by Niall Morris, who also plays Puccini, it is at the National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, on Saturday, November 21, 8pm.

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