What's on


Today and tomorrow


The annual Lough Derg Yacht Club regatta is on all this week in Dromineer, and includes races with yachts and dinghies. Can be viewed from all around Dromineer Bay and it starts at 10am each day. See ldyc.ie


The Queen’s Music Society Theatre group present Footloose The Musical from tonight until Saturday in the Waterfront Hall. Tickets are £14.50/ Saturday matinees £10. See waterfront.co.uk


The annual Merriman Summer School begins tomorrow in Lisdoonvarna. Expect discussions on farming, food, employment, politics and more. Speakers include Simon Coveney, Garry Hynes and others. merriman.ie


A new-music night at Whelan’s on Wexford Street gives you a chance to see some potential stars of the future in one of the most consistent music venues in the country. Doors at 8pm and admission is €5. See whelanslive.com


The Clandeboye classical musical festival, set on the historic Clandeboye Estate, is now in its 10th year and features lunchtime and evening concerts as well as an art exhibition. Runs until Saturday. camerata-ireland.com/clandeboye.html


Over the Pub, a play about a Cork household in the 1960s, returns to the Cork Arts Theatre from tomorrow night until September 1st. Tickets this week only €10. Phone 021 4505624

For inclusion email brianoconnell@ irishtimes.com or through Twitter @oconnellbrian or use #ITguide

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