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Entertainment in Donegal, Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim, Roscommon, Cavan and Monaghan.

North West Ireland is home to a vibrant nightlife scene. The region has many exciting bars aswell as a few busy nightclubs along with some of the best theatres and comedy clubs in the country. The possibilities for your entertainment are boundless, from a quiet drink with friends with traditional Irish music and storytelling, or dancing late into night.  The North West of Ireland has a young population and its nightlife thrives on weekends with both locals and groups of revellers from all over Ireland and further afield enjoying the best that the region has to offer.

http://www.colemanirishmusic.com/
The Colmans Music Centre is a visitor centre with a difference. It contains a comprehensive exhibition area about the history of traditional Irish music via audio visual presentation and touch screen. The retail outlet is most attractive and the centre has a lovely intimate 120 seat theatre in which a varied programme is presented. A music archive is available and tea/coffee is served onsite.
http://www.colemanirishmusic.com/
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http://cornmilltheatre.com/
The tradition of drama in Carrigallen goes back to the second last century. The present group was founded in 1963 as 'The Community Players' and there has been no break in activity since that time. In 1998 the company won the Esso All-Ireland Drama Finals with Billy Roche's play 'Belfry' directed by Killian McGuinness.
http://cornmilltheatre.com/
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http://thedock.ie/
The Dock is housed in the beautiful 19th Century former Courthouse building, overlooking the majestic river Shannon, which has been wonderfully restored into Leitrim’s first integrated centre for the arts. The Dock houses a 100+ seat performance space, three art galleries, artists studios, The Jury Room Cafe Bar, an arts education room and it is home to The Leitrim Design House. The Centre offers something for everyone, from performances and exhibitions, to classes and workshops. It is a place where art is made, where people can come to reflect or meet others, where bands might rehearse, a place for new and challenging projects to happen and a place of entertainment where people have fun!
http://thedock.ie/
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http://www.theglenscentre.com/
The Glens Centre is a wonderfully unique and intimate venue housed in a converted church. The venue has a performance space with seating for 140 people. It has excellent natural acoustics and superb technical facilities. The Glens also houses recording facilities and self catering accommodation for visiting performers. The centre hosts a wide ranging programme including the best of contemporary, world, trad, folk and jazz music as well as a feast of theatre, readings, children’s events and world cinema.
http://www.theglenscentre.com/
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