What's on: Monday May 27

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What's on: Monday May 27
Hank Wedel & Ray Barron.


Coughlan's, Douglas St. The Americhanics - Acoustic Monday Session 9pm, adm free

Join them at Coughlan's for their weekly Monday night gig with The Americhanics - an intimate harmony driven trio session with members of Crazy Chester, playing all the songs of the greats in Folk, Roots and Americana music. A great way to relax after the weekend!

Charlie's, Union Quay Hank Wedel & Ray Barron 9.30pm, adm free

Hank Wedel and Ray Barron have been playing Monday nights in Charlie's on Union Quay since 1994. An acoustic guitar/vocal and mandolin duo, they host a session that has acquired legendary status in Cork, with musicians and singers from near and far joining them through the years. Hank sings and plays guitar, Ray plays mandolin and the pair play everything from Bob Dylan to Finnish waltzes. A gig not to be missed.

Crane Lane Theatre, Phoenix St. One Horse Pony 11.50pm, adm free

One Horse Pony is a hard driving acoustic blues band based in Cork on the south coast of Ireland, featuring musicians from Ireland, France and the United States. Their unique line-up of guitars, harmonica, cello, bodhran and low whistle inspires their fresh take on the blues, while their original material and energetic live performances have won them fans all over the world. 

Dwyers Of Cork, 28 Washington St. Dwyers Traditional Irish Session 7pm, adm free

Get a taste of real authentic trad music at one of Dwyers Sessions. The best of Irish musicians accompanied from time to time by talented Irish dancers.

The Oliver Plunkett, Oliver Plunkett St. Andy Dunne 9.30pm, adm free

Andy Dunne continues his Monday night residency in The Oliver Plunkett, playing a wide range of covers & of course his own original material.

Triskel Arts Centre, Tobin St. Stephen Dunne: Shackled To Belligerent Ghosts 10 am, adm free 

Triskel Gallery Space: Stephen Dunne’s work operates across the registers of painting, drawing and moving image. He produces his work in a spontaneous manner and attempts to draw upon the unconscious as source material. His new exhibition, Shackled to Belligerent Ghosts, is running in the Gallery Space at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork. Dunne said: “For me, the challenge is in finding the most potent collisions and contradictions within the work. To draw out tensions in the editing process and to build a framework of suggestion that allows the most open space for the viewer. I believe that through this process hybrid ideas can emerge that are greater than something I can come up with on my own. An attempt to escape my limitations and to expand the possibilities inherent in the work.” The process of making, where each thing leads to the next through an experimental and intuitive approach is at the core of this work. A graduate of the M.A in Fine Art painting at the Royal College of Art and of NCAD, Dunne is an Irish artist based in Dublin. For the last three years he has been a studio member at Temple Bar Gallery & Studios where the works in this exhibition were made. Recent exhibitions include “As Above, So Below: Portals, Visions, Spirits & Mystics” & “Wilder Beings Command” both at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Monday - Saturday 10am - 8pm Sunday 12pm - 8pm

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