Just Like Soho

The artists of Bridge Street Studios declare their eclectic relationships with their space, place and each other with a dynamic and diverse exhibition of work in ceramics, textiles, painting, jewellery and mixed media. Artists include Orla Barry, Rachel Tinniswood, Mary Cowan, Sarah McKenna, Fiona Quigley, Orlaith Cullinane, Bróna Carty, and Caoilfionn Murphy O’Hanlon.

The exhibition will be opened by Daire O’Connell on Thursday 7th June at 7pm.

the exhibition will continue 10am – 4pm Tuesday to Saturday until 21st July 2018

Workshops and Artists talks in An Tain and Bridge Street Studios through the exhibition.

WORKSHOPS & EVENTS – All workshops are free – but spaces are limited, please book in advance!


– Adult’s Felting workshop with Rachel Tinniswood | Saturday 9th June at 1pm | Book Rachel Tinniswood Felt Workshop

– Adult’s Felting workshop with Caoilfionn Murphy O’Hanlon | Saturday 16th June at 1pm | Book Caoilfionn Murphy O’Hanlon Felt Workshop

– Children’s Printmaking workshop with Mary Cowan | Saturday 30th June at 1pm | Book Mary Cowan Kids Print Workshop


Bridge Street Studios 20/20 Artist Talk

Thurs 21st June | 7pm

Bridge Street Studio Artists will give 20/20 presentations on their work and inspirations. Each artist will show twenty slides and talk for twenty seconds in relation to each image. This should be an insightful evening with no doubt some humour included. The Gallery and studios will be open for people to look around.

Tickets are free but places are limited – booking required

Book Tickets for 20:20 here

Bridge Street Studios Artists Tour & Talks

Bridge Street Studio Artists will give a tour of the studios, which is situated in a two hundred year old granary store. The studio comprises of a gallery/shop and artists spaces situated over three floors. There will be demonstrations and artists will talk about their own practice in relationship to the current exhibition, “Just Like Soho”

Tickets are free but places are limited – booking required

Book Tickets for Bridge Street Studios Artist Talks


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