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To view  WHAT'S ON at Solstice by ART-FORM, click Performance to view Theatre, Dance, Music, Local Arts, Ballet, Opera, Comedy.

For all visual arts exhibitions, talks, workshops and tours at Solstice Gallery,  visit our Gallery section.

For film listings click Cinema and for all family and childrens events, visit our Children's section.   

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A Star Is Born (2018)

From: 16 Jan 2019
To: 16 Jan 2019
Bradley Cooper plays seasoned musician Jackson Maine who discovers, and falls in love with, struggling artist Ally (Lady Gaga). She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally’s career takes off, the personal side of their relationship is breaking down, as Jack fights an ongoing battle with his own internal demons.

First Fortnight | Two Days, One Night (2014)

From: 17 Jan 2019
To: 17 Jan 2019
Oscar winner Marion Cotillard gives a rousing performance in this profoundly affecting film. Sandra returns to work after suffering from depression, only to find out that her colleagues have chosen to take a yearly bonus at the expense of her job. She has just one weekend to convince them to change their minds in order to regain her position.

Children’s 6-Week Craft Classes

From: 18 Jan 2019
To: 18 Jan 2019
Our children's craft classes continue with prop maker, crafter and artist Trisha from Creative Genie! Children will learn a broad range of creative skills, producing artwork from seasonal to general crafts over a 6-week period.

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

From: 18 Jan 2019
To: 18 Jan 2019
Bohemian Rhapsody is a foot-stomping celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Freddie defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet.

The FitKid Ireland Show

From: 20 Jan 2019
To: 20 Jan 2019
Get an insight into the amazing and unique combination of dance, acrobatics, strength and flexibility in The FitKid Ireland Show, coming to Navan for the very first time, featuring talented children between 3 - 16 years old. Also on display will be routines from children who arrive from the XVI FitKid European Championship from Italy just two weeks before the show. Come and see how fantastic and gifted children live among us!

An Evening With Aonghus McAnally

From: 25 Jan 2019
To: 25 Jan 2019
Following on from his sold out tours celebrating the music of Christie Hennessy in 2016 and 2017, Aonghus McAnally is back with a brand new show. All the songs in the show have personal stories attached to them from humorous to poignant, each delivered in his unique style. An entertaining evening not to be missed.

FREE SCREENING: Spy Kids (2001)

From: 26 Jan 2019
To: 26 Jan 2019
The children of two of the greatest secret agents the world has ever known must take matters into their own hands and work to save their kidnapped parents from danger. This free screening runs in conjunction with our visual arts exhibition Surveillé·e·s which is on display in our Level 3 Gallery until 1 March.

Solstice Secret Spies Workshop

From: 26 Jan 2019
To: 26 Jan 2019
Join visual artist, educator and physical theatre practitioner Jojo Hynes as we delve into the art of espionage! Create secret communication systems, discover intriguing concealment techniques and assemble your very own retro spy gadget. Children will explore spy scenarios through physical theatre and leave coded communications for our Solstice visitors.

Rosie (2018)

From: 30 Jan 2019
To: 30 Jan 2019
Rosie tells the story of a mother trying to protect her family after their landlord sells their rented home and they become homeless. Over 36 hours, Rosie and her partner John Paul strive to find somewhere to stay while shielding their young family from the reality of the situation around them.

In The Window

From: 31 Jan 2019
To: 31 Jan 2019
Life hasn’t turned out the way Margaret dreamed. Lonely as hell in a house that won’t sell, no hubby, no kids and a deathly boring job... tonight she’s got a playdate with a bottle of Rosé and bowl of pink pills. Nuala McKeever, Belfast’s Queen of Comedy, delivers a poignant, hilarious, disastrous cocktail about the resilience of the human heart in the face of, well, just about everything.

Planning to Paint - Research & Oil Painting Workshop

From: 02 Feb 2019
To: 02 Feb 2019
MUSIC +MAKER exhibiting artist and RHA educator Colin Martin will look at researching and sourcing imagery for painting. Colin will delve into colour theory, colour mixing and building a painting surface from a grisaille drawing to full colour. Participants will size and transfer images to a painting support through drawing grids or Photoshop.

A Viennese Strauss Gala

From: 02 Feb 2019
To: 02 Feb 2019
Recreating the romance of the Viennese Festive season, glamorous soirees and Strauss waltzes, A Viennese Strauss Gala features highlights from some of the great Operettas of the Strauss family, Kalman and Lehar; including Die Fledermaus, The Merry Widow and many more.

Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)

From: 07 Feb 2019
To: 07 Feb 2019
John Hurt stars in the iconic film adaptation of George Orwell's novel of a totalitarian future society in which a man whose daily work is rewriting history tries to rebel by falling in love. This free screening runs in conjunction with our visual arts exhibition Surveillé·e·s which is on display in our Level 3 Gallery until 1 March.

Cyber Savvy Kids

From: 07 Feb 2019
To: 07 Feb 2019
Primary School Workshop (5th & 6th Class)In association with our visual art exhibition Surveillé·e·s, we invite Primary Schools to explore online safety with Solstice and Let’s B Safe, an organisation that assists students and teachers in further understanding the internet and everyday technology, providing children with the tools necessary to stay safe online.

Bat The Father Rabbit The Son

From: 08 Feb 2019
To: 08 Feb 2019
It’s Dublin in the 1980s. Rabbit is a self-made haulage magnate. But something’s wrong. He cuts a deal with his underling Keogh to help him find his lost moorings. The quest is hampered by his dead father Bat, Citizen Army volunteer and pawn shop assistant, bubbling up. The struggle between father and son, past and present, imagination and reality, spans Dublin. An explosive exposition of the generation that led us to Boom and Bust. Written thirty years ago, Bat the Father, Rabbit the Son is more pertinent than ever.

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