Five things for the week ahead

Five things for the week ahead

1|TV| THE OUTSIDER: Finale of the decent adaptation of the Stephen King tale.

Monday, Sky Atlantic, 9pm

2|theatre| WATT: Barry McGovern brings his Beckett adaptation to Cork.

Tuesday, Everyman

3|comedy| Steve Martin and Martin Short: The Hollywood star and his stand-up buddy do a rare performance in Ireland.

Wednesday, 3Arena, Dublin

4|gig| LEO SAYER: Yes, he does still have the curls, and yes he still plays all the hits.

Cork Opera House, Thursday (as part of an Irish tour)

5|art| HOSTILE TERRAIN 94: The Glucksman in UCC hosts this participatory art project is composed of 3,200 handwritten toe tags that represent migrants who have died trying to cross the Sonoran Desert between Mexico and Arizona.

Glucksman, UCC

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