Here are some of the best things to do this week in Ireland.
Viggo Mortensen has been choosy about his films since Lord of the Rings, and for a Dane who spent some of his childhood in Argentina, this Danish film set in Patagonia must tick a lot of boxes.
The celebrated Irish artist has a major exhibition coming up at the Crawford in Cork in June. You can whet your appetite in the meantime with this other selection of work at the National Gallery in Dublin.
Dominic West (The Wire, etc) leads the cast in this new series about an extramarital affair. It has already won a best drama Emmy in the US.
A new album, Can’t forget: Souvenir of the Grand Tour, from the 80-year-old is due tomorrow, largely recorded during soundchecks and live gigs during his last tour.
With classics such as ‘Don’t Play Your Rock ‘n’ Roll to Me’ and ‘Living Next Door to Alice’, the Bradford band will be rolling back the years at Cork Opera House on Friday.
Grand oul tunnnnnnne for your lunchtime bop.... Turn it up!
Smokie Friday 15 May, 8pm whoop! http://t.co/D1JO5Kokcm— Cork Opera House (@CorkOperaHouse) April 29, 2015
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