What’s On: a weekly selection of events around Ireland

Glasnevin Cemetery: Tommy Graham, editor of History Ireland, will moderate a panel discussion about  Glasnevin in 1916 on Sunday at 2pm. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Glasnevin Cemetery: Tommy Graham, editor of History Ireland, will moderate a panel discussion about Glasnevin in 1916 on Sunday at 2pm. Photograph: Dave Meehan



Triskel Christchurch, Tobin Street, Cork City. Iarla Ó Lionáird and Steve Cooney. Saturday 9th, 8pm. 124. 021-4272022, triskelchristchurch@triskelartscentre.ie. triskelartscentre.ie, St Peter’s Church, Bandon. Atsulai Singers, a Basque choir, will sing Basque songs in a concert which will be entertaining and enjoyable. (Sunday 10th, 8pm). Donations accepted. 087-1205022, info@engageartsfestival.com, engageartsfestival.com, bandonunion.ie

UCC Civil Engineering building (near College Road entrance). Seeing a solar eclipse – the psychology of the first time experience, a lecture by Dr Kate Russo at the monthly meeting of Cork Astronomy Club (Monday, 11th, 8 pm, please arrive 10 minutes early). Free. All welcome. 085-7082228, info@corkastronomyclub.com, corkastronomyclub.com


Scoil Bhride, Oakley Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6. Ranelagh Players will stage The Crucible by Arthur Miller (Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th, 8pm) €10/€8. 085-1010827. theranelaghplayers@gmail.com. facebook.com/ranelaghplayers.

St Stephen’s Church ‘The Pepper Canister’, Mount Street Crescent, Dublin 2. Lunchtime recital of music for voice, piano and clarinet with Amy Ní Fhearraigh, Adam McDonagh and Shane Kenrick featuring Schubert’s Shepherd on the Rock and Chopin’s Polonaise Fantaisie (Thursday, 7th, 1.10pm). Free. 087-9061230, skilkelly@gmail.com, peppercanister.ie.

Griffith College, South Circular Road. Supplying the IRA: gun-running from Britain, 1919-23, a Military History Society lecture by Dr Gerard Noonan (Friday 8th, 8pm). Free. 0906-472420

Kilternan, Dublin 18. Kilternan Country Market (opposite Golden Ball) (Saturdays, 10am to noon). Fresh home-made produce always available. 087-1368393, 087 6416286, mickgorse@gmail.com, kilternancountrymarket.com.

Leinster Bowling Club, Observatory Lane, Lower Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin. Open Day, an opportunity for people to learn about the sport of lawn bowls; all ages welcome; free coaching on day and regularly during the summer (Saturday 9th, 2.30pm). Free. 01-4972428, admin@lccsports.net, epfannon@gmail.com, leinsterbowlingclub.ie

Glasnevin Museum. Tommy Graham, editor of History Ireland, moderates a panel discussion on Glasnevin in 1916. Panelists include Conor Dodd, Joe Duffy, John Gibney and Liz Gillis (Sunday 10th, 2 pm). Free, no booking required. 01-2933568, editor@historyireland.com, historyireland.com

RDS Anglesea Road, Ballsbridge. Stamp and coin fair valuation day for collectibles, trade show and displays (Sunday 10th, 11am to 5pm). 15. 086-8714880

St Andrew’s Parish Centre, Church Road, Malahide. Annual spring show. Competition classes in Narcissi, flowers/pot plants, vegetables, cookery, children’s section and flower arranging. Plant sale and refreshments (Sunday 10th, 2pm to 5pm). 12 exhibitors, children free. 01-8453947, 087-2561761, malahidehorticulturalsociety.com

Lantern Centre, Synge Street. The Anima Fount of Creativity and Sensibility, a public lecture by William Garnermann for the Jung society (Tuesday 12th, 8pm). 110. 085-7610354

UCD Conway Institute, University College Dublin. The Patient Voice in Cancer Research: inviting cancer survivors and their families to join researchers and healthcare professionals to discuss placing survivorship at the heart of the cancer research agenda (Wednesday 13th, 9.30am registration, 10am start). Free but online booking required on https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ucd-the-patient-voice-in-cancer-research-tickets-21260801630. 01-7166706, elaine.quinn@ucd.ie, ucd.ie/conway

Central Library, Ilac Centre, Henry Street, Dublin 1. “Step Back in Time with Gilbert and Sullivan,” a live performance of their music by Kathleen Nic Dhiarmada (soprano) and Kevin Corcoran (tenor/pianist) (Wednesday 13th, 1pm). Free, but booking essential. 01-8734333. musiclibrary@dublincity.ie, dublincity.ie

Royal Irish Academy, 19 Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Gravitational lensing: Einstein’s unfinished symphony, a public lecture by Prof Richard Ellis, University College London (Wednesday 13th, 6pm). 15/13 Book online. 01-6090600, info@ria.ie, ria.ie/events

The Rathgar Bookshop, Rathgar, Road, Dublin 6. Politics and poetry of 1916, with Myles Dungan talking about the politics and Dr Nerys Williams speaking about the poets (Wednesday 13th, 7.30pm). €4. Wine served. 01-4928600, rathgarbooks@gmail.com


Galway City Library, Augustine Street. Roger Casement and Galway in 1916, a lecture by Angus Mitchell, Univeristy of Limerick. A Liam and Tom O’Flaherty Society event (Thursday 7th, 6.30pm). Free. 086-2662434, kathleenmcmahon100@gmail.com

Harbour Hotel, Dock Road, Galway. Our Citizen Army: The 1916 Rebellion in Galway Town, a lecture by Dr Conor McNamara for the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society (Monday 11th, 8pm). Free. All welcome. 086-3574294, tafaherty@gmail.com, gahs.info


The Hunt Museum. Lunchtime lecture by Dr Andy McCarthy about the self-taught early 19th-century Irish women artists (Tuesday 12th, 1pm). Free. 061-312960, friends@huntmuseum.com, huntmuseum.com

St Mary’s Cathedral, Bridge Street, Limerick. Lunchtime concert by the Shannon Golf Club Choir including music by Sibelius, Dvorak and Verdi, together with traditional songs (Wednesday 13th, 1.15pm). Free. 061-310293 stmaryscathedralcoi@yahoo.ie, limerick.anglican.org


Solstice Arts Centre, Railway Street, Navan. Underneath by Fishamble: The New Play Company. Written & performed by Pat Kinevane. A blackly comic, rich and vivid tale of a life lived in secret (Thursday 7th, 8pm). 118/116. 046-9092300, mark.mahoney@solsticeartscentre.ie, solsticeartscentre.ie


National Biodiversity Data Centre, Carriganore, Waterford. Mark Carmody will give a workshop (intermediate to advanced) about wWildlife photography: fieldcraft tips and tricks (Saturday 9th, 10am-4pm). 120. 051-306240, collinspress.ie/wildlife-photography-with-mark-carmody.html


The Natural Food Store, Main Street. Group Art Exhibition by more than 30 artists, with commission on all sales going to to Alzheimer’s Wexford (Thursday 7th-Sunday 10th, 9am). Free. 087-137 1756, hmclarts@hotmail.com


Signal Arts Centre, 1 Albert Avenue, Bray. The Bray Crafters group exhibition, showcasing pieces of the work they have created over the past year. Displaying feltmaking, machine and hand embroidery, wirework, silversmithing, fabric art, weaving, crochet and more (Monday 11th-Sunday 24th, 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm). Opening reception April 17th, 3pm. Free. 01-2762039, nancy@nancyfalkow.com, signalartscentre.ie