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The Lost Brothers & Christine Tobin – Live in Concert

The ICC will host a concert with Christine Tobin & The Lost Brothers, in honour of former manager of The Pogues, Kirsty McColl, The Mighty Steff, The Lost Brothers; production manager for Thin Lizzy, The Clash and Elton John – Frank Murray. A sculpture commissioned in memory – “Scaradh”, by Ireland’s great sculptor, Michael Quane, will be on display. The short film ‘Scaradh – Departure’ directed by Sé Merry Doyle will be available to view (upstairs) every half hour from. 5pm until 7.30pm.


Fri 04 February 2022

8:00pm

Free Screening of ‘Scaradh – Departure’

‘Scaradh’ is a sculpture which has been specially commissioned by Brian Murray in memory of his late brother, the legendary music manager Frank Murray, (The Pogues, Thin Lizzy, Kirsty MacColl, The Frames, The Mighty Stef, The Lost Brothers..), who died suddenly in 2016.


Fri 04 February 2022

5pm, 5.30pm, 6pm, 6.30pm, 7pm, 7.30pm

Troubles Tragedy & Trauma Part 7 – SOLD OUT

Peter Taylor OBE, in conversation with Richard Moore and Charles Inness. Friday 11 February 2022.


Fri 11 February 2022

Doors 7.00pm, Starts 7.30pm

Live Play Reading – ‘Wake & See’ by Frank Grimes

Veronica Quilligan and Frank Grimes perform a rehearsed reading of Frank’s new play, ‘Wake n See’, a comedy set during the first Covid lockdown.


Sat 12 February 2022

7.30pm

Introduction to Creative Writing

Join poet and playwright Nathaniel Joseph McAuley in an introduction to creative writing, designed to help you explore the form that will fit your potential story best. Nathaniel will facilitate your exploration through the pros and cons of poetry, prose, stage and screen through a variety of creative writing exercises, discussions and workshops, in a safe and engaging learning environment. 


Mon 14 February 2022

10am - 12pm

NATURAL GRACE: IRISH MUSIC & MARTIN HAYES

The ICC is delighted to screen this wonderful documentary about our great friend, the magnificent fiddle player Martin Hayes.


Fri 25 February 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

The Yellow Bittern – The Life & Times of Liam Clancy (Director: Alan Gilsenan)

Completed shortly before he died, this film about folk singer Liam Clancy presents a revealing portrait of the man Bob Dylan called “just the best ballad singer I’d ever heard in my whole life! Directed by Alan Gilsenan, this biographical film won ‘Best Documentary’ at the Irish Film & Television Awards, 2000.


Sat 26 February 2022

8:00pm

Andy Martyn, Gino Lupari, John Carty & Matt Griffin

Four of the finest virtuoso performers in Irish traditional music today come together to celebrate the 2022 release of Andy Martyn’s album Will We Give it a Go? Combining his own compositions with other Irish traditional music arrangements, in collaboration with a stellar line-up of musicians.


Sat 05 March 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

Altan + The Wilderness Yet

Come and Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with Altan + The Wilderness Yet!


Fri 18 March 2022

8:00pm

St Patrick’s Family Day

Join us for an exciting afternoon of storytelling and puppet making!


Sun 20 March 2022

2:00pm - 4:00pm

‘I’m a Soldier of the Republic’: The Beatles and Ireland by Dr Richard Mills

As part of our commitment to bringing you the finest in Irish Arts and Culture, we are offering a series of four lectures on Irish literature, authors and culture.


Wed 23 March 2022

7pm

‘Oh Lord, What is a Big House?’: Ulster Women’s Big House Novels and the Irish Revolution – Dr Dawn Sherratt-Bado

As part of our commitment to bringing you the finest in Irish Arts and Culture, we are offering a series of four lectures on Irish literature, authors and culture.


Wed 30 March 2022

7:00pm

‘A Club of their Own’: Literary Coteries and the Irish Women Writers’ Club (1933-1958) – Dr Deirdre Brady

As part of our commitment to bringing you the finest in Irish Arts and Culture, we are offering a series of four lectures on Irish literature, authors and culture.


Wed 06 April 2022

7.00pm

‘Blow Up Your TV!’ Remembering John Prine

Join us for a special concert to celebrate the life and music of legendary American singer-songwriter John Prine – with special guests, Tanya McCole, Paul Mulligan, Ciaran Tourish, Dermot Byrne, Tommy Prine and Ralph McTell.


Thu 07 April 2022

7.30pm

Monthly Classical Music Recital (with Irish Heritage)

Join us for an afternoon of live classical music with Irish Heritage!


Tue 12 April 2022

3.00pm

‘The Letters of John McGahern’ – Professor Frank Shovlin

As part of its commitment to bringing you the finest in Irish Arts and Culture, we at the ICC are enhancing our cultural programme by offering a series of four lectures on Irish literature, authors and culture.


Wed 13 April 2022

7.00pm

Waking Ned (1998, dir Kirk Jones)

A film screening of a classic Irish comedy, featuring a highly recognisable cast and some unforgettable automotive comedy hijinx – with Irish Film London


Tue 19 April 2022

7.00pm

Open Mic Poetry Night

Are you a budding poet ready to bloom? Come and join the ICC’s Open Mic Poetry Night! Open to seasoned poets, beginner scribblers and anyone who enjoys the poetic in all its many forms.


Wed 20 April 2022

7:30pm - 9:00pm

Monica McWilliams in Conversation with Anne Flaherty

Monica McWilliams – one of the most influential women in Northern Irish public life throughout the past 3 decades, will discuss her memoir Stand Up, Speak Out (2021) with journalist Anne Flaherty.


Wed 27 April 2022

7.00pm

Beckett and The Wake: An Illustrated Talk by John Minihan.

The ICC is delighted to present this special illustrated talk by the Internationally acclaimed Irish photographer John Minihan.


Sat 30 April 2022

Talk starts 3.00pm

Daoirí Farrell

Dublin-born traditional singer and bouzouki player Daoirí (pronounced ‘Derry’) Farrell has been described by some of the biggest names in Irish folk music as one of most important singers to come out of Ireland in recent years.


Sun 01 May 2022

Doors 7.00pm, Starts 7.30pm

“Kings” Written & Directed by Tom Collins; Followed by Q&A with Actress Cathy Murphy: Preceded by short film “Yu Ming Is Ainm Dom”

The multi award winning ‘Kings’ is being screened at The ICC as part of “Scannán – A Focus On The Phenomenal Success of Irish Language Films in Global Cinema”


Fri 06 May 2022

8:00pm

ARRACHT Directed by Tomás Ó Súilleabháin: plus Q&A with the Film’s Producer Cúán Mac Conghail – Preceded by the short Irish Language film “Rúbai”

The ICC is delighted to present the multi award winning film ARRACHT as part of its season “Scannán – A Focus On The Phenomenal Success of Irish Language Films in Global Cinema”.


Sat 07 May 2022

7:30pm

Poitín (1978, Directed By Bob Quinn): preceded by the Irish Language Short Film “Oidhche Sheanchais” Directed By Robert J. Flaherty.

The ICC is proud to present a rare chance to see Bob Quinn’s 1978 film, ‘Poitín’, as part of “Scannán – A Focus On The Phenomenal Success of Irish Language Films in Global Cinema”.


Sat 07 May 2022

5:00pm

An Cailín Ciúin / The Quiet Girl – Followed by a Q&A with the Writer, Director Colm Bairéad

As part of our Irish language film season, the ICC is delighted to present a special preview screening of this new, award-winning drama, before it goes on general release.


Sun 08 May 2022

7pm

WRITING YOUR HEART OUT – A Writers Workshop with Damian Gorman

Acclaimed writer Damian Gorman hosts this two hour writers workshop aimed at writers of all levels


Thu 12 May 2022

2pm-4pm

Friday Night Sessions

Join us Friday evenings for some Ceol agus Craic with our resident traditional musicians! Community musicians are invited to join in to learn the etiquette of a live session. This recurring event is free to attend and anyone can join in or just listen.


Fri 13 May 2022

5.30pm - 8.30pm

Spring Exhibition 2022 – A Collection of New Paintings by Irish Artists

To welcome in the brighter days of this Spring season, we invite you to attend a special Mixed Group Exhibition, featuring new paintings by Brian Ballard, Cloe Cloherty, Margaret Egan and Derek Fitzpatrick.


Mon 16 May 2022

ICC Historical Lecture Series: THE ORANGE ORDER IN IRELAND IN 1922 by DEXTER GOVAN

Our lectures this year examine events and developments in Ireland and Britain in the early 1920s which still have a powerful resonance a century later. Join us for the second lecture with Dexter Govan.


Wed 18 May 2022

Starts 7.00pm

Tea Dance

The Tea Dances are a monthly community dance. This months band is Declan Gaynor.


Thu 19 May 2022

1.30pm - 4.30pm

“The Handyman”: A one-man theatre show, performed by Ireland’s great actor Seamus O’Rourke!

The ICC is delighted to bring you the UK Premiere of the Hit Show “The Handyman”, which is currently selling out all over Ireland!


Thu 19 May 2022

Thursday and Friday Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

John Devine – Album Launch – ‘Notions’

An evening to celebrate the launch of ‘Notions’, a new Album From Multi instrumentalist John Devine.


Sat 21 May 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

May Irish Play Study Group – Juno and the Paycock

This monthly gathering offers an opportunity for fans of Irish theatre in our community to read, enjoy and deliberate the beloved work of some of Ireland’s most iconic playwrights.


Mon 23 May 2022

7:30pm - 8:30pm

ICC Historical Lecture Series: HOW AND WHY BRITAIN LOST IRELAND by IVAN GIBBONS

Our lectures this year examine events and developments in Ireland and Britain in the early 1920s which still have a powerful resonance a century later. Join us for the final lecture of the series with Ivan Gibbons.


Wed 25 May 2022

Starts 7.00pm

Music Network Tour Concert

A compelling new Music Network collaboration featuring the unique and beautiful sound of violas in traditional music.


Fri 27 May 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Dónal O’Connor, Gerry O’Beirne

Join Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Dónal O’Connor and Gerry O’Beirne, for an exceptional night of traditional Irish folk music!


Sat 28 May 2022

8:00pm

The Henry Girls with Denise Boyle

The Henry Girls are sisters Karen, Lorna and Joleen McLaughlin from the most Northerly part of Co. Donegal. The trio formed as a professional music group in 2001 and have recorded 6 studio albums, a couple of Eps and a live album of music by The Boswell Sisters of New Orleans (released February 2020)


Fri 10 June 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

Victoria Keating & Declan Sinnott in Concert

Join us for a night of music with 2 of the greats from the Irish music scene!


Fri 24 June 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

Mary Coughlan in concert

Join one of Ireland’s greatest soulful jazz and blues singers – the internationally acclaimed Mary Coughlan – live in concert


Sat 25 June 2022

Doors: 7:30pm; Starts: 8:00pm

The Drew House Band – Remembering Ronnie

Phelim Drew is coming back to perform with his band here at the ICC. This time he is bringing his hit show “Remembering Ronnie” which pays homage to his late, legendary father, Ronnie Drew.


Sat 09 July 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

Pauline Scanlon & Band Live

Her new album, The Unquiet, to be released in April 2022, is a piece of art possessed of an old soul, but thoroughly modern and of its time.


Sat 16 July 2022

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm

Fintan O’Toole in Conversation with Dermot Bolger

Fintan will be in conversation with fellow author Dermot Bolger discussing his most recent publication, We Don’t Know Ourselves.


Mon 18 July 2022

Doors 7.00pm, Starts 7.30pm

The Sharon Shannon Trio

The Sharon Shannon 2023 Tour is coming to the ICC!


Fri 03 February 2023

Doors 7.30pm, Starts 8.00pm