Social Dancing Thursday Nights
@ 4 Star Sligo Southern Hotel
Dance Classes 8.00pm followed by live band 8.00pm – 11.30pm
Jan 9th John Molloy
Jan 16th John Rafftery
Jan 23rd Andy Ferry
Jan 30th Noel Briody
Feb 6th Keiran McAree
Feb 13th Medicine Bow
Feb 20th Philip English
Feb 27th John Molloy
March 5th Glen Flynn
March 12th Steve Reilly
March 19th Eamon Jackson
March 26th Olivia Douglas
April 2nd Chris Dallat
April 9th John Rafftery
April 16th John Molloy
April 23rd Impulse
April 30th Sean Corrigan
Entry per night just €10.00 per person
Ticket available on the Door - Why not stay over and make a break for it
Sligo Live is delighted to present a special one off event with Foil, Arms & Hog in IT Sligo Knocknarea Arena Saturday 29th February 2020. Tickets €28.50 + s.c.https://sligolive.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173598673
Ireland’s top sketch trio, Foil, Arms & Hog are back on tour with their new show 'Swines'. With over 100 million hits, the group are best known for their online sketches, but it’s the live show where they really shine. The trio achieved critical acclaim this year with the best reviewed show at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, and this spring are hitting the road around the Ireland in an over packed car. Come see an hour of scripted nonsense, twisted characters, music and unintentional improvisation.
Make a night of it and stay with us, we are just a 5 minute drive from the venue
Fri 27 Mar 2020 @ 8:00 pm
Knocknarea Arena, Sligo
Tickets for the event can be purchased at ticketmaster
Why not make a night of it and stay at the 4 Star Sligo Southern Hotel and Leisure Centre, just 5 minute drive from venue
An eight-day cultural adventure set amidst the stunning backdrop of the Wild Atlantic Way – now in its 11th year.
Highlights include Meascan a new cross-cultural collaborative work commissioned especially for the festival; a powerful literary strand, featuring the first ever Irish event with genre-busting Maggie Nelson; and the premiere of the darkly comic Uprooted by Brokentalkers.
Alongside events for young inquisitive minds, we also welcome our first ever Cairde Young Curators programme which presents a series of music, workshop and film carefully selected by our youth panel. At the heart of the programme lies a varied music strand featuring unique collaborations in special locations.