What's on today and tomorrow

Mon, Aug 27, 2012, 01:00

Kerry:The Kerry Museum has an exhibition on Kerry Lives, which is taken from the Kennelly Archive. There’s also a medieval experience and a tribute to Tom Crean. Open seven days a week and admission for children is free in all summer; kerrymuseum.ie

Dublin

Today at 1pm in the National Gallery, as part of a series of talks, Adrian Le Harivel will discuss Francisco de Zurbarán Immaculate Conception. The talk is free and no booking is necessary; nationalgallery.ie

Belfast

Today is the last chance to take a Belfast city bike tour, which takes in more than 20 points of interest in the city. Tours cost £15 per person and can be booked at belfastcitybiketours.com

Sligo

A creative writing course starts today in Markree Castle and is focused on writers who want to rely on life experience for fiction or write memoirs. Workshops also take place regularly at other times of the year; thecreativewritersworkshop.com

Cork

Crawford Art Gallery has a major exhibition of Seán Keating’s work. Other artists shown include Jack B Yeats, Sir John Lavery and Colin Middleton. Free admission and opens Monday to Saturday; crawfordartgallery.com

Waterford

Starting tomorrow, Bertolt Brecht’s Happy End, with music by Kurt Weill, runs at Garter Lane Theatre. Directed by Jimmy Fay, with a live band on stage and strong local cast; garterlane.ie


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

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