The Boswell Tea Party with The Henry Girls 
Malin, The Big Top 
8pm – €15/€12

One of two special concerts by the group, hosted in a specially-erected Big Top on the Village Green of their home town of Malin, Donegal – the world’s “coolest destination” in 2017 (National Geographic).

Trad Ard – Arcanadh
Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair – Gweedore Theatre
8.30pm – €15

Arcanadh are Martin Gallen (guitar, bodhran) Colm Breathnach (mandola, banjo) Maria Corbet (harp) Fiona Walsh (fiddle) Sinead Gibson (whistles, guitar) and Mags Gallen (piano, fiddle). The group has performed all over the world and picked up several accolades along the way including Best Newcomers at the Irish Music Awards and Best Band of the Lorient Festival Interceltique.

Manny Man Does the History of Ireland On Stage
Letterkenny, An Grianán Theatre
8pm – €12 / €10 / 4 for €36

Based on his series of books and YouTube videos, John D Ruddy brings Manny Man and the History of Ireland to the stage. Watch Syn and Oppy as they plough through Irish history with illustrated cut-outs and craziness!

Foyle Punt 
Rathmullan Pier
8pm – €15/€12

What value does an old punt carry in the north-west, and what use is a small wooden boat like this today? Featuring Philip McDonald, and Libyan-Irish singer Farah Elle, Foyle Punt explores the unique history, craft and skill that runs through McDonald veins to imagine a new kind of future for small boats in safe harbours.

 

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