Fáilte go hÁras Inis Gluaire – Erris Bilingual Arts Centre
Ag Ceiliúradh 10 Bliain Celebrating 10 years of Excellence!
Abbey Theatre with 'Me Sara' Show for Schools
ABBEY THEATRE PRESENTS
PRIMING THE CANON
by Dylan Coburn Gray
Directed by Amy Conroy
"'If a cow fell over you'd all go and look at it' he says"
Sara Tansey's father is just back from overseas and is being very annoying! Just because he's bought her oranges doesn't mean he can say nothing happens in their town. He wasn't there when the murderer came. But was he really a murderer? Or a Playboy?Or both? And does the Playboy see just how clever and nice Sara is?
Passionate, lyrical and angry Sara invites us into a world where people are made by the stories they tell and parents need to be told who their children really are. Based on Synge's The Playboy of the Western World this is the the third of our Priming the Canon series. Priming the Canon brings standalone plays based on the classics directly into schools. With pre and post show workshops and online curriculum based materials Me, Sara brings a timeless Irish classic into the heart of the classroom.
Dé Céardaoin 25ú Méan Fómhair Wednesday 25th September
'PATH' SILK ART EXHIBITION
An Exhibition by Patricia Youell, The Rural Training Centre and St. Anthony's Special School Castlebar. A collaborative text and textile arts project, which explores the process of hand-dying silk with natural plants and ingredients, and documents the writings inspired by the work. ON VIEW IN GALLERY
Féile an Fhómhair 2017 Belmullet Traditional Music Festival
A weekend of traditional musi starting with a concert on Friday celebrating the musicians of Kiltane parish, past and present.
Workshop on Saturday in Sean-nós, tinwhistle, flute, accordian, banjo and mandolin. Music sessions in pubs around the town .
Áoine 22ú go Domhnach 24ú Meán Fómhair / Friday 22nd September to Sunday 24th September
'Nobody's Talking To Me' by Tommy Marren
It’s supposed to be a day of special celebration as Mattie and Maggie Conway celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. However, few people know that they haven’t spoken a word to each other in ten years. When the local priest decides to surprise them by calling to their house to renew their marriage vows, all hell breaks loose! It’s rip-roaring comedy as Tommy Marren brings to life the follow-up play to the hilarious It’s The Real McCoy.
Friday 29th Sep and Saturday 30th Sep @ 8pm