Culture Night "Landscapes of the Gamhanraidh in Erris and Beyond" (Táin Bó Fliodhais – The Cattle Raid of Mayo)
An exhibition of oil paintings that depicts the locations and 2,000 year old remnants of the ring forts of the Iron Age inhabitants as described in the story of the Táin Bó Fliodhais
The exhibition also includes a collage of artwork from pupils of Scoil Náisiúnta Ghleann na Muaidhe Culture Night Friday 21st September 8pm FREE EVENT
Art in the Afternoon
Art in the Afternoon starts back Monday September 24th 11.00am-1.00pm and 1.00pm - 3.00pm Everybody welcome suits all levels Call Arlene on 097 81079 for more details
Under Milk Wood meets Twin Peaks with a live soundtrack; Little John Nee performs this brand new show of musical storytelling with The Tea Dance Triode (Jeremy Howard and Fionn Robinson) Set on a Friday in May 2018; a local woman is opening a Tea Emporium in the remote villageof Tullyglen - where everyone has a story and no one wants to tell it - the sort of place where world weary beatniks, bomb-makers, old hippies, contrarians, suffragettes and fugitives retreat to start afresh.
Little John Nee is a writer and performer based in Co. Galway in the west of Ireland. A prolific creator of work for theatre he was elected to Aosdána in 2016. His style of theatrical storytelling with music has won him international recognition; “Rural Electric” was described by the Guardian as “a masterpiece of storytelling”.
"Amazing new heights of writing, delivery, voice, movement, storytelling, music, all beautifully focused and integrated. Totally live, totally real."
Friday 19th October 8pm Admission €15 & €12
Ranganna / Classes
Classes in Ballet, Irish Dancing & Music for children and teenagers resuming in September New Classes include Youth Theatre & Musical Theatre