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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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From: 12 Dec 2016
To: 01 Jan 0001

Faces in the Clouds: The Michael J. O Connor Collection

From: 16 Jan 2020
To: 31 Jan 2020
This collection belonged to the late Michael J. O Connor of Walterstown, Co. Meath. The paintings were collected during the 1980s and have never been exhibited. The collection comprises a folio of watercolours, oils and gouaches.

Silver Swans Over 55s Ballet

From: 20 Jan 2020
To: 10 Feb 2020
Silver Swans classes have been specifically designed for the over 55s. Whether you’ve never danced before or want to get back into the swing of it, Silver Swans classes have something for everyone. Classes are taught by RAD and Silver Swans licensed teacher Caroline Kennedy.

Des Bishop - Mia Mamma

From: 24 Jan 2020
To: 01 Feb 2020
I am often asked “where do you get your material from?” The truth is really that I try to see the funny in everything. My mother died in March 2019 and of course it was sad and grief can be tough sometimes but I saw a lot of funny in that too.

Jack Lukeman

From: 25 Jan 2020
To: 25 Jan 2020
​The UK based Kildare man and musical legend, Jack Lukeman, returns to Solstice for a very special show. Jack Lukeman is a singer-songwriter, performer, raconteur and a whole lot more besides. He is a platinum-selling, a critically acclaimed artist who continues to win a worldwide fan base with his unique multi-octave voice.

Moon Woke Me Up

From: 28 Jan 2020
To: 29 Jan 2020
Come up and away with us. Come and play with us. Come build a rocket that will BLAST OFF and take us on a magical journey to the moon. All the way, up there, in outer space. Inspired by a Haiku of the same title by Basho Matsuo, Moon Woke Me Up is an interactive theatrical adventure to space for ages 3-5 using a wonderful blend of performance and interactive drama, construction play and sensory explorations.

Sorry We Missed You (2019)

From: 29 Jan 2020
To: 29 Jan 2020
From director Ken Loach and the award-winning team behind I, DANIEL BLAKE, comes Sorry We Missed You – a true and searing look at the ‘gig’ economy. Ricky and his wife Debbie are zero-hours workers - he is a delivery driver and she is a care assistant. They are hard-working, loving parents, but with mounting debts and their teenage son going off the rails, the pressures begin to tear the family apart.

The Trout Tour - The Vanbrugh with Michael McHale and Malachy Robinson

From: 31 Jan 2020
To: 31 Jan 2020
The Vanbrugh welcome regular guests Michael McHale (piano) and Malachy Robinson (double bass) for performances of two of the finest works in the chamber music repertoire. Brahms’ turbulent and dramatic Piano Quartet No. 3 in C minor tells the tale of Brahms’ love for Clara Schumann in one of the most powerful expressions of musical romanticism. The second part of the concert brings complete contrast with Schubert’s Trout Quintet, a perennial favourite amongst both musicians and audiences for its elegance, charm and beauty.

Valentine's Crafting Evening with Bubbles & Bites

From: 07 Feb 2020
To: 07 Feb 2020
Join the Creative Genie Trisha for another evening of craft and craic, making a beautiful fabric door swag that will look good not just for Valentine's day, but all year round too! Relax with friends over a glass of bubbles and some sweet treats while you learn and improve on some handcrafts.

You Are Made of Stardust - George Bolster

From: 08 Feb 2020
To: 20 Mar 2020
Solstice is delighted to present George Bolster, You Are Made of Stardust, an exhibition of new and recent work by New York-based Irish artist George Bolster. This exhibition features new works which will be exhibited for the first time as well as recent large scale works that were developed during his residency at the Search for Extra-terrestrial Intelligence Institute (SETI) and subsequent research with the Kepler Mission scientists from NASA Ames in Northern California. Two important works in the exhibition are You Are Made of Stardust (2019) a suspended mobile that echoes a cosmic array appearing above the heads of the viewer, and Our Life Mirrored by Two Suns: Kepler 16b (2018), a panoramic tapestry in the form of a three-metre-high enveloping circle.

Fit Kid Show

From: 09 Feb 2020
To: 09 Feb 2020
Dance, acrobatics, power and flexibility: Marvel at the incredibly talented young dancers and gymnasts who represented Ireland at the last Fit Kid European Championship in Hungary, many of whom earned gold, silver and bronze medals and many excellent achievements.

Little Women (2019)

From: 12 Feb 2020
To: 12 Feb 2020
Writer-director Greta Gerwig presents this new adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel about four sisters growing up at the end of the American Civil War. A stellar cast includes Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh, Eliza Scanlen, Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet and Meryl Streep.

David O'Doherty ULTRASOUND

From: 15 Feb 2020
To: 15 Feb 2020
The hairy Enya is delighted to be coming to Solstice Arts Centre with a brand new show made up of talking and songs played on the plastic keyboard he got for his Confirmation. Once again, he will try to fix everything that is wrong in the world. SPOILER ALERT: once again he will fail.

Kids Rock with Kyle Riley

From: 15 Feb 2020
To: 15 Feb 2020
It’s entertaining, it’s engaging, and it’s guaranteed to get you and your little ones moving! Kids Rock with Kyle Riley is a genre-busting musical concert for kids that is fun for the whole family. It may be perfectly curated for under 7s but the music spans generations and introduces Kyle’s own brand of catchy kid’s tunes. Don’t just listen to the music, be a part of it!

Hansel and Gretel - Irish National Opera

From: 18 Feb 2020
To: 18 Feb 2020
One of the greatest operas about children. Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel is full of music that is sweet and beguiling, and it combines childlike simplicity with heart aching beauty. He wanted a plot that ‘was not made up of murders, brutal deaths, operetta-like nonsense, or sugar-sweet fairy tales’. Do not be fooled. This is a story of greed and starvation, mouth-wateringly sugar-coated.

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