28th October Keiran McAree
4th November Nigel Livingstone
11th November Andy Ferry
18th November Olivia Douglas
25th November White Lightning
2nd December John Molloy
9th December Eamon Jackson
16th December Colm Bourke
23rd December Hotel Closed for Xmas Period
30th December Andy Ferry
6th January Nigel Livingstone
13th January White Lightning
20th January Colin Harney
27th January Kieran McAree
5th February Noel Briody
12th February Steve Reilly
17th February John Molloy
24th February Sean Brennan
3rd March Martin Power
10th March Damian Davis
Great Accommodation Rates available
delighted to announce a co-production with Sligo Live with Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill (SON) performing LIVE at the theatre on Friday 29th October.
Award-winning, double-platinum selling Irish artist, Mick Flannery’s self-titled album debuted at No. 1 in July 2019. He was shortlisted for the RTE Choice Music Prize for Irish Album of the Year 2019, and premiered his musical “Evening Train” (based on his album of the same title) in June 2019 at Everyman Theatre, Cork. While singer-songwriter Mick Flannery is outwardly reserved his songs are fluent in expressing layered aspects of the human condition, with all its flaws, triumphs and general uncertainty.
Telephone Hawk's Well Theatre on 071 9161518 for tickets
Early booking Advised as this break sells out fast
3 Nights dinner, bed and full Irish buffet breakfast with welcome mulled wine reception on arrival, traditional Christmas Dinner, lots of fun, festive nightly enterainments and complimentary use of our Leisure Centre
Rate: €169.00 per person sharing
“The Night Joe Dolan’s Car Broke Down” a new play written and directed by Padraic McIntyre.
Following numerous sell-out regional and an unprecedented 10 year run at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin tours this show at long last arrives in The Hawkswell Theatre, Sligo playing for two nights only Friday 10th & Saturday 11th December 2021.