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              Fáilte go hÁras Inis Gluaire – Erris Bilingual Arts Centre

        Ag Ceiliúradh 10 Bliain            Celebrating 10 years of Excellence!


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Féile Iorrais Newsletter 1

Féile Iorrais Family Art Events (1)



Féile Iorras (Erris Folk Arts Festival)
Feile Iorras in his 22nd year with a variety of events with music, song, comedy and drama. The Fake McCoys, probably the best Old-timey Ragtime Country Blues band, will be in O'D's on Thurs 13th, comedy in Áras Inis Gluaire on Friday 14th with Further Ted, a show that brings two of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of stand-up and musical comedy, a traditionag Irish night of music, sond and storytelling on Saturday 15th July and drama in the Sean Tyrell Show 'Messge of Peace ' on Sunday 16th July.
Comedy with 'Further Ted'
Further Ted is a show that brings two of the most memorable characters from Father Ted together for a night of stand-up and musical comedy and a chance to compete in a “Lovely Girls” competition. You don’t have to be a girl to enter and the winner gets a romantic candle lit night in for two, a luxury cruise in a boat of your own making and a full set of bespoke rubber gloves. Joe Rooney (Father Damo) and Patrick McDonnell (Eoin McLove) are renowned stand-up comedians who will have you laughing your head off with their unique take on Ireland and improvised audience interaction. Further Ted Two of Father Ted’s most memorable guest stars come together for a night of stand up and musical comedy. Dé hÁoine 14ú Iúil/Friday 14th July tickets €18 on sale now Booking Essential
'BEING HERE' An Exhibition by Keith Wilson
Áras inis Gluaire/Erris Arts Centre is proud to present a solo exhibition of paintings by one of Ireland’s most talented and genuine artists, Keith Wilson RUA, who is based in and inspired by the environs of North Mayo. Entitled BEING HERE, this exhibition describes Keith’s concern with the natural world of his immediate environment, at home or away from Mayo. It highlights notions of stillness, awareness and how it can be important to return and look again. The exhibition will be launched at 7.30pm on Saturday, July 15th by our esteemed guest, Mick O’Dea, President of the Royal Hibernian Academy, Member of Aosdána and the Board of Governors of the National Gallery of Ireland, Chairman of the Stamp Design Advisory Committee of An Post and Honorary Member of the Royal Scottish Academy. The opening will be followed by A Mayo House Party, featuring the wonderful Castlebar singer/songwriter and raconteur, John Hoban. All are welcome. For further information please visit
Cineclub na nÓg showing Surfs The Lost Village
Scannán agus Ceardlann le pháistí 4-12 bhliain d'áois Film and Workshop for children 4-12years Dé hÁoine 28ú Iúil / Friday 28th July 4-6.30pm Isteach €5