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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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Fr. Eugene O'Growney Appreciation Night

From: 17 Oct 2019
To: 17 Oct 2019
A celebration in words, traditional music, song and dance of the spirit of Athboy-native Eoghan O'Gramhnaigh, Professor of Irish at Maynooth and a key national figure in the Gaelic revival. Performers include Ráth Chairn singer Sibéal Ní Chasaide and writer & Gaeilgeoir Manchán Magan and special guests.

Griselda – Irish National Opera

From: 19 Oct 2019
To: 19 Oct 2019
Irish National Opera is thrilled to present a new production of Vivaldi's Griselda, an exciting opera that was premiered in Venice in 1735. Vivaldi is one of the world's best-loved composers, celebrated for having written The Four Seasons. INO's Griselda will be the first ever production of any of his operas in Ireland.

Freaky Fashion – Halloween Costume Workshop

From: 19 Oct 2019
To: 19 Oct 2019
Make a Halloween costume with a difference! Craftswoman and prop maker Trisha of Creative Genie leads a fun workshop on how to design and make your very own unique costume that will definitely stand out from the crowd.

Artist Talk with Bassam Al-Sabah

From: 23 Oct 2019
To: 23 Oct 2019
Join Bassam Al-Sabah and students of IADT, Dun Laoghaire for an in depth exploration into his artwork and solo show Dissolving by the Worm Moon at Solstice. This one-off event provides an insight into the ideas and processes behind Bassam’s work and is an opportunity for audiences to meet the artist and understand the artworks further.

The Dig

From: 24 Oct 2019
To: 24 Oct 2019
All his life Mac has wanted to be an Archaeologist, to be an expert in finding things and working out what they mean. If only he could stick to the facts and not get carried away with his highfalutin’ stories. But in a world where facts and figures mean so much more than fairy tale and fantasy, Mac has to dig deeper to prove what he finds is what he thinks it is.

Dirtbirds’ Self-Help Tour

From: 25 Oct 2019
To: 25 Oct 2019
If making the school lunches, doing the jaysus homework and dodging the guards because your NCT is out by two years is sending you over the edge, you are not alone. Come and join the Dirtbirds as they navigate the stresses and strains of modern life in their brand new show. This rip-roaring two hours of comedy gold is a unique blend of hilarious sketch comedy and stand up.

The Bon Jovi Story

From: 26 Oct 2019
To: 26 Oct 2019
The Bon Jovi Story details the band’s history from their breakthrough album Slippery When Wet up to their present day inclusion into the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame. The story is told through live performances of their most poignant and iconic songs, coupled with a series of video montages, and costume/ set changes which replicate the band’s best loved concerts.

Creepy Crafts Halloween Camp

From: 29 Oct 2019
To: 29 Oct 2019
Join Trisha from Creative Genie to create some spooky crafts to add that scare factor to your Halloween displays. Learn lots of new skills over three days of crafting fun, painting, sculpting, weaving and more


From: 01 Nov 2019
To: 01 Nov 2019
Joanne Ryan's internationally acclaimed, multi-award-winning show is a funny, tender and moving exploration of reproduction in 21st Century Ireland. Looking down the barrel of her final fertile years, one modern Irish woman goes on a comical quest to uncover the ifs, hows and crucially the whys of reproducing her genes.

Declan O'Rourke

From: 02 Nov 2019
To: 02 Nov 2019
Nominated for best singer, and winner of the first ever award for Best Original Song at the inaugural RTE Folk Awards 2018 for his latest work, and fresh from re-releasing his classic debut ‘Since Kyabram’ late last year, O’Rourke is not standing still and continues to forge his unique brand of original songs, drawing on influences both rich and diverse. This artist delivers stories and music with epic performances that keep his audiences coming back year after year for more.

Transit (2019) - Solstice 4K Cinema

From: 06 Nov 2019
To: 06 Nov 2019
As fascism spreads, German refugee Georg flees to Marseille and assumes the identity of the dead writer whose transit papers he is carrying. Living among refugees from around the world, Georg falls for a mysterious woman searching for her husband - the man whose identity he has stolen. Adapted from Anna Segher’s 1942 novel, Transit transposes the original story to the present, blurring periods to create a timeless exploration of the plight of displaced people.

Back To The Future - Dance Force Academy

From: 09 Nov 2019
To: 10 Nov 2019
Take a journey with Dance Force Academy through the years from the 1950s to the present day, enjoying all your favourite songs that bring back wonderful memories of youth, with fabulous young dancers tapping, hip-hopping and jazzing their way through these magical tunes!


From: 09 Nov 2019
To: 10 Jan 2020
Solstice Arts Centre invites artists living in or from County Meath to submit works of all disciplines for inclusion in our eighth SURVEYOR open exhibition. SURVEYOR serves to support, value and encourage Meath artists in the development of their practices and creative careers. The exhibition presents an overview of contemporary visual arts practice throughout the county.

The Bockety World of Henry and Bucket

From: 14 Nov 2019
To: 14 Nov 2019
This delightful play looks at friendship through a day in the life of two friends who live in a bockety world of discarded objects. How do friends reconcile when they’ve had their battles, got on each other’s nerves, and even stooped to telling lies? Through Henry and Bucket’s relationship we can examine what friendship is, what happens if it goes wrong, and how you fix it.


From: 15 Nov 2019
To: 15 Nov 2019
A parent-teacher meeting goes very wrong in CLASS – a new play about learning difficulties: in school, in life, wherever. Brian and Donna’s son is nine years old, and he’s struggling. That’s what his teacher says. Says he should see a psychologist. But Brian and Donna – recently separated – never liked school, never liked teachers. So are they going to trust this one? And should they? CLASS is an explosive triple confrontation in a classroom over learning difficulties, love and entitlement. Funny, heartbreaking and beautifully observed, with rave reviews and a sold-out run at the Abbey Theatre, CLASS is new Irish writing at its finest.

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