ERRIS INDOOR SATURDAY MARKET THIS SATURDAY 22nd OCTTOBER
Erris Indoor Saturday Market with a host of stalls including crafts, jams, baking, jewellery, fashion, photography, art and hollistic alternative products
Also live music on the day. Saturday 22nd October 12-4pm
Cineclub na nÓG
Cineclub Na Nóg
Bilingual film club for children
Scannan & Ceardlann
Film & Workshop
Aois: 5—12 bliain d’aois
Age: 5—12 years old
FRIDAYS: 4th November and 25th November
'ZUGLUFT' Folk Music of the 21st Century with special guests local group 'Wildfire' Bluegrass Band
Zugluft plays twisted folkmusic for the 21st century.
Zugluft`s international folklore is a marriage of klezmer, rock, tango, jazz, minimal music and a great deal of free spirit.
With the accordion, violin and clarinet/bass clarinet, Zugluft kidnaps the willing listener and exposes them to a stunning, inner cinema.
With a great appetite for experimenting, the three musicians continualy develope their surprising, acoustical music. Taking delight in jumping polyphony, delicate improvisations as well as in odd rhythms, driving basses and wild waltzes, Zugluft invents a modern, musical fairytale. Dé Satharn 22ú Deireadh Fómhair / Saturday 22nd October 8.30pm Cead Isteach €5
HOME written by Michael Gibbons and directed by Brian McSuibhne
A touching play based upon the reflections of two pensioners who left Erris as young boys in the 1950’s (like so many others who left and continue to) and always longed to come home. Prepare to be immersed in this world of ordinary life. Set in a pub in Nottingham, England with reminiscences of the home, the farm, the family left behind for a life in a bedsit in a strange country. That hard working life sending money home to Mayo to support the family. Of Love, discovered and lost, of the hardships faced by each of us. With colourful, tragic, funny and sad characters we have all met and associate with and know in life, HOME is certainly going to stir emotions. With original music and all local amateur cast. 17ú/18ú/19ú/20ú Samhain 17th/18th/19th/20th November 8pm