Here at the Linenhall, we have a brilliant programme of theatre, music, cinema, opera, dance, visual arts and workshops for all in our community. The Linenhall is Mayo's oldest Arts Centre.

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Linenhall Staff Brushing up their Gaeilge

The Linenhall Arts Centre is delighted to welcome Galway based Moonfish Theatre to Castlebar on October 1st this year, with their theatre adaptation of Joseph O'Connor's "The Star of the Sea". As part of their national tour Moonfish are working with Foras na Gaeilge to promote the use of the Irish language in the venues on their tour, and the Linenhall has signed up as an "Ionad ag Foghlaim" (Learner Venue).

Call for Expressions of Interest 2016/ 1916 Centenary Exhibition - Kathleen Lynn; Insider on the Outside

Mayo Collaborative will hold a collaborative exhibition in response to the life and achievement of Kathleen Lynn, feminist, socialist, republican, medical doctor and Mayo woman to mark the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, in which she played a prominent part. The exhibition, curated by Catherine Marshall and supported by the Arts Council and Mayo County Council, will be made up of a number of solo and group exhibitions by artists gathered together through invitation and open submission.

Put Bealtaine at the Linenhall Arts Centre in your Diary!

May belongs to the Bealtaine festival, celebrating creativity as we age! Over 120,000 people now take part in Bealtaine nationwide. Bealtaine showcases the talents and creativity of both first-time and professional older artists, as well as giving a chance for the novice to discover a talent until then unseen.

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