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Hambly & Hambly are delighted to play host to a wide variety of artistic, musical and cultural events throughout the year. Our beautiful gallery space and newly refurbished courtyard area is also available to host your event, Contact us for more information about on any of our events or, indeed to enquire about hosting your next event at Hambly & Hambly.

Exhibition – L’ART POUR L’ART

A summer solstice celebration of the joy of art and creativity. Hambly & Hambly are excited to introduce a diverse and eclectic selection of exciting new works by highly acclaimed artists. Exhibition opening JUNE 23rd 2-5pm with a special reading from Carlo Gebler's new book AESOP'S FABLES. THE CRUELTY OF THE GODS magically illustrated by Gavin Weston. Featuring international award-win...
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Sile Molloy

Hambly & Hambly were delighted to play host to the recent performance of SILE MOLLOY: a powerful new work by the immensely talented Donegal playwright, producer and performer Maura Logue. Logue continues her focus on forgotten women, interweaving music and narrative to tell the story of Sile Molloy, a servant girl and musician in 1880s Ireland. The basement of Dunbar House, the original ...
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‘We borrow freedom’

Major Exhibition of Equine Art In New Unique Gallery For North West: ‘WE BORROW FREEDOM’ Exhibition Opening Event: Friday 15th December until 15th January 2018 Contact us for more information ‘We Borrow Freedom’ includes the Irish premiere of the incredible work of Ripley, renowned Irish painter Dermot Seymour, artist in residence at The Curragh Racecourse John Fitzgerald and current commission...
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A Sudden Blow, A Sudden Swift – Photographic Review

A Sudden Blow, A Sudden Swift took place on 17th June 2017 at HAMBLY & HAMBLY at Dunbar House Please feel free to browse our photo gallery from the evening. Curator’s note: The exhibition title, A Sudden Blow, A Sudden Swift is taken from Shan Fadh Bullock’s novel Ring O’ Rushes. Shan Fadh Bullock was a writer born in 1865 on Inisherk Island, County Fermanagh where I have liv...
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