23 days of music, theatre, visual arts, film, literature, circus & carnival on Ireland’s North West Atlantic seaboard.

An Grianán Theatre is proud to be a partner once again in the Earagail Arts Festival which this year takes place between 7th to 29th July.

Visit eaf.ie to find out more.

Earagail Arts Festival events at An Grianán Theatre

Me and My Bee, Wed 11 July at 3pm
This fun show for young and old will leave you wanting to join the Bee Party too!

Forme Uniche, Wed 11 July at 10.30pm
We go vertical with this spectacular nighttime show performed on our exterior from Italian company Il Posto.

Songhoy Blues, Sat 14 July at 8pm
Originally from Mali, Songhoy Blues have been winning fans across the world with their fusion of American Blues and African grooves.

Manny Man Does the History of Ireland, Thur 19 & Fri 20 July at 8pm
Our in-house production for this year’s festival  sees us bring YouTube hit Manny Man to the stage in this fast moving and comic romp through Irish history.

The Rite of Spring, Sat 21 July at 8pm
A must for fans of Irish Dancing! Breandán de Gallaí’s Ériu Dance Company present their thrilling new interpretation of The Rite of Spring.

Lords of Strut, Mon 23 July at 8pm
Street Performance World Champions, unlikely heroes of smash hit RIOT and Britain’s Got Talent favourites, Lords of Strut deliver their most ridiculous and sublime family show to date.

Tea Dance by Little John Nee & The Tea Dance Triode, Tues 24 July at 8pm
A brand new show from Little John Nee! Always a good thing.

The Selkie, Thur 26 July at 3pm
A much loved and native Donegal tale sure to enchant the whole family. This inventive, brand new bi-lingual production has been commissioned by Earagail Arts Festival and is a collaboration between Banyan Theatre Company, the Inishowen Gospel Choir, An Grianán Youth Theatre and Amharclann Ghaoth Dobhair Youth Theatre.

Exhibition: Donegal Now, Mon 7 July to Fri 17 August
New and recent work by ten of Donegal’s leading artists including Christy Keeney, Paul Rooney, Liz Doyle, Adrian Kelly, Peadar McDaid, Selena Mowat, Philip Mackey, Ian Gordon, Sarah Lewtas and Emer Smith.

See www.eaf.ie for what’s happening everywhere else.