A collaboration between an ethical hunter and a photojournalist has produced an exhibition at the Irish National Heritage Park in Ferrycarrig called 'First Irish' which examines the lessons that can be learned from the traditions and survival methods of primitive settlers in Ireland.
Guitarist and composer Chris Montague who has carved a name for himself on the London jazz scene, has teamed up with the iconic Irish jazz drummer Kevin Lawlor for a brief tour of the south-east of Ireland that will include the virtuoso double bass player Ashley John Long from Cardiff.
A collection of photographic works showing concrete industrial buildings in a state of emptiness and destruction, including the former Albatros fertiliser building and an old oil plant outside New Ross, forms a solo exhibition by the artist Fergus Doyle of Glynn, which is continuing at the Kamera 8 Gallery in Rowe Street, Wexford.
Written and directed by Adam McKay, whose previous film the Big Short brilliantly dramatised the 2008 global financial crisis, Vice nervously prowls the corridors of power in Washington DC to satirise another true story of malicious meddling and unabashed self-interest.
A multi-media touring exhibition by the Elephant Collective which is raising awareness of issues surrounding maternal deaths in Ireland is continuing in the Print Room at Wexford Arts Centre, with people invited to take part in a free craft morning on Thursday, January 31.
The children of Kilmore National School will be bringing the magic of the Orient to the National Opera House this week when they stage their version of the hit musical, Mulan Junior, in the prestigious venue on Thursday and Friday, January 24 and 25.
The focus of attention was fixed firmly on local talent in Wexford Arts Centre at the launch of this year's Spotlight initiative which will see three emerging acts receive support from the centre through guest slots, mentoring and provision of performance and rehearsal space.
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