5 Things to do this week

Heading out this week? Here are five things you should check.

1|theatre|

POSTSCRIPT

TODAY:

Noelle Brown was born at Bessborough mother-and-baby home in Cork. In this play, she explores the search for her birth mother and the obstacles put in her way by the State and the Church.

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GO:

www.everymancork.com. Until Wed.

2|art|

DAPHNE WRIGHT

TUESDAY:

Uillinn in Skibbereen, Co Cork, has two new exhibitions: one is ‘Antrum’, a collection of sculpture and video work by the Irish artist.

GO:

www.westcorkartscentre.com

3|comedy|

RUBBERBANDITS

WEDNESDAY:

The Limerick duo continue on their path to genius with a new musical, Continental Fistfight.

GO:

www.abbeytheatre.ie, until Saturday

4|film|

BLADE RUNNER: THE FINAL CUT

THURSDAY:

Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece is showing as part of the Newstalk Music Club at Omniplex cinemas in Rathmines, Cork and Limerick.

GO:

omniplex.ie

5|live cinema|

A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE

FRIDAY:

A live broadcast from London’s West End features Mark Strong in Arthur Miller’s classic dissection of the American dream. Venues include Cork Opera House and the Light House Cinema in Dublin.

GO:

ntlive.nationaltheatre.org.uk/venues

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