What's on today and tomorrow

Tue, Aug 28, 2012, 01:00

GALWAY

A new walking tour called Tribes Alive is on until September in Galway. The tour runs twice a day and brings the history and folklore of the city to life. It departs Galway City Museum at 2.30pm and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. €10

DUBLIN

Tonight, influential Ontario-born singer Bruce Cockburn visits the Button Factory, promoting his latest album, Small Source of Comfort. €25, 8pm. tickets.ie

CARLOW

An exhibition remembering Carlow in times past as well as the local sugar factory, runs in the Visual Arts Centre for Contemporary Art. visualcarlow.ie

DROGHEDA

Today is the last chance to see an exhibition of works by photographer Pat Burns, which runs at the Abbey Gallery on Main Street. Black-and-white images of the Boyne Valley figure prominently. abbeygallerydrogheda.com

LIMERICK

Tonight, at All Saints’ Church in Castleconnell, a concert takes place with works by Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, played by the Carducci String Quartet. €15,

CORK

All summer, a castle tour runs at the Blackrock Castle, which also houses a good science exhibition. The behind-the-scenes tour includes the roof and dungeons and runs daily at 1.30pm and 3.30pm. bco.ie

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