Letterkenny, Regional Cultural Centre
7pm – €5
In conjunction with Earagail Arts Festival, why. gigs are proud to present the (post-Leaving Cert) return of young rock band Sheerbuzz for an all ages gig in the RCC. The group, all aged between 15-18, have seen rising success after gaining a strong cult following having performed to sold out crowds in Derry, Letterkenny and Sligo, along with receiving high praise for their self-released debut EP, All Our Time And Money, a release full of energy and passion that can be reminiscent of other popular indie acts like Arctic Monkeys and The Academic to name a few.
Malin, The Village Green
8pm – €15/€12
The culmination of a week-long residency and a celebration of the extended musical family with friends old and new, The Henry Girls showcase work created during their ‘Home’ residency, as well as performing a host of tracks from their own extensive repertoire. A superb finale to a week of music-making, concerts, tours and talks.
Amharclann Gaoth Dobhair
8pm – €10
Auditions for a brand new production with an exciting and modern take on Irish dance are being held in the lead-up to this year’s Earagail Arts Festival. Irish dancers of championship standard, aged between 18 and 25, are invited to apply to participate in workshops being held in Amharclann Gaoth Dobhair on 13th, 14th and 15th June 2019. The workshops will be hosted by Na Mic Ua gCorra, a new youth ensemble created by world famous Irish dancer and choreographer, Breandán de Gallaí’s Ériu Dance Company. The ensemble is being established by the Gaoth Dobhair native with the view to creating a ‘sneak preview’ performance of work in progress on 27th July 2019, leading to a new music and dance production to premiere at Earagail Arts Festival in 2020.
Earagail Arts Festival is funded by Arts Council Ireland, Donegal County Council, Wild Atlantic Way and Fáilte Ireland