Today at the Midsummer Festival

Continuing today are Siamsa Tire’s What the Folk?, Dylan Tighe’s Record at the Half Moon Theatre and Ronan Leonard’s Adventures of a Music Nerd at the Crane Lane.

Also continuing is Playgroup’s outdoor performance of Berlin Love Tour. Pat Kinevane’s Silent at Cork Arts Theatre continues from Thursday.

Parallel Cities, a series of eight theatrical experiences, continues at various venues in the city — these include Kent Railway Station; the Maldron Hotel and the Boole Library, UCC.

Exhibitions include Burke + Norfolk and Simon Fujiwara’s Museum of Incest at the Crawford Art Gallery; Josef Albers: Sacred Modernist at the Glucksman, UCC; Paul Gregg: Inductive Probability at Triskel Christchurch; The Reading Room at Crawford Art Gallery; and Danny McCarthy’s The Memory Room at The Guesthouse.

Hungry Tea, Birmingham artist Mark Storer’s collaboration with Creative Connections, is open at 22 Watercourse Road, Blackpool noon — midnight until Saturday.

Solstice opens today at the Elysian and runs until Sunday.

David Kitt performs his first album, Small Moments, at Triskel Christchurch this evening, and Theatre Lovett present The Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly at the Everyman until Sunday.


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