5 things for the week ahead

5 things for the week ahead

1. DARKLANDS

TV

New Irish crime series from the man who wrote Cardboard Gangsters.

Monday, Virgin One

East Cork Early Music Festival

Classical

Four days of concerts in various locations in Cork city and beyond,featuring Bach arias, Italian orchestral music and 17th-century-style improvisations.

Thurs to Sun, eastcorkearlymusic.ie

3.VILLAINS

Theatre

Cork-born choreographer Luke Murphy returns to Leeside with an innovative show that won heaps of praise at the Dublin Fringe Festival.

Weds-Thurs, Everyman, Cork

4. BANGERS AND CRASH

Music

Alex Petcu brings his percussion ensemble to his hometown for a perfomance of his own music, as well as pieces by Philip Glass and Steve Reich.

Thursday, CIT Cork School of Music

5. CORK PODCAST FESTIVAL

Podcasts

Murder, music and comedy are to the fore for the inaugural podcast fest on Leeside. This paper’s own problem solver, Ask Audrey, pops up among the events.

Fri to Sun, corkpodcastfestival.com

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