What's on today and tomorrow

 

A round-up of events countrywide

Cork

To celebrate the Crawford’s centenary, an exhibition runs at the Crawford College of Art and Design until September. Features memorabilia from the last century and admission is free. See cit.ie/crawford100

Dublin

Sam Shepard’s classic play True West previews tonight and tomorrow ahead of opening night Wednesday at Smock Alley Theatre. Admission for the preview nights is pay whatever you think it is worth. smockalley.com

Clare

A guided nature tour of the Cliffs of Moher is organised for 4pm today and will explore wildlife, geology and folklore. Tomorrow, a talk on earthquakes. Normal admission rates apply and for booking email bookings@cliffsofmoher.ie

Belfast

The Belsonic Festival continues with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds playing tonight along with The Enemy. Two Door Cinema Club (right) and Noah and the Whale play Thursday, followed by Tom Jones on Friday. belsonic.com

Laois

Stradbally Hall, usually closed to the public, is offering tours of the house all this week between 9am and 1pm. Cost is €10 per person, and it is set on over 500 acres (site for the Electric Picnic festival). To book call 086 8519272

Galway

A comic book exhibit entitled Lost Lidy – A Lovely Girl in a Hard World is at the Westside Library on Seamus Quirke Road until the end of August. It Features the work of artist John Jennings and is open Tuesday to Saturday. galwaylibrary.ie