Jan 28th

    Neïla is a first year law student of Algerian descent. On her first day at Paris’ renowned Assas University she clashes with Pierre Mazard, a controversial law professor. Their public altercation goes viral when Pierre uses language tainted with racist slurs. He is given one chance to redeem himself – he must mentor Neïla for an upcoming prestigious debating contest.

    First View 2020 : Final Year Visual Art Students from W.I.T.

    Jan 28th

    Official Opening January 28th : Opening remarks by Gemma Tipton @ 6.30pm Final Year Visual Art Students from Waterford Institute of Technology Offer a First View of their Degree Show Work Garter Lane Arts Centre in partnership with Waterford Institute of Technology is delighted to present the annual First View exhibition featuring the works of… More Info

    Blackwater Babble by Ronan FitzGibbon

    Feb 1st

    Blackwater Babble is the story of a man who has spent years trying to work out what makes a good session.

    Simon : Live

    Feb 7th - 7th

    Simon, a band synonymous with the city of Waterford formed in 1972 and went on to be one of the South East’s most popular and successful bands. Famous for their multi vocal harmonies and smooth guitar driven sound of the Seventies Simon packed out music venues the length and breadth of the country to the… More Info

    Gone Full Havisham

    Feb 14th

    Direct from the Edinburgh Festival 2019 & The hit show of the Cork Midsummer Festival 2019

    ‘An enthralling and explosive piece of theatre…a startling performance….Gone Full Havisham is what Edinburgh is all about: passionate storytelling.  Across the Arts