What's on today and tomorrow




The Achill Seafood festival, which starts today and ends on Sunday, includes cookery demonstrations, seaweed safaris, guided walks, sandcastle competitions and fish markets. It’s a mix of free and ticketed events. feilebianamara.ie


Poet and playwright Vincent Woods is joined by uilleann piper Néillidh Mulligan, for an evening of readings and music in the gallery at the Dock in Carrick-on-Shannon.

€10, 8.30pm. thedock.ie


A new photography exhibition opens at Limerick Printmakers tonight and runs until August 9th featuring the work of Martina Cleary. The work has been made over the past four years and is inspired by stories and accounts given in interviews to the artist. limerickprintmakers.com


Taking Liberties, a photography exhibition by Shane McCarthy, commissioned as part of the Liberties Festival, contains more than 40 images of people and places associated with this historic part of the city. It runs from 10am to 5.30pm from today until Saturday at Gallery Zozimus. Free admission. libertiesfestivaldublin.com


Hoping to catch a glimpse of the young George Best of the future? All this week the Foyle Cup takes places in various locations in Derry and is one of Europe’s biggest international youth football tournaments. foylecup.com


The Joan Clancy Gallery summer show opens today in Ring, Dungarvan, and features many local and national artists. The gallery is open every day of the summer from 11am to 5pm and you could follow a visit by a stroll on the beach nearby. joanclancygallery.com

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