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co. kerry

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MARCH 2019




Fri 1st

DON STIFFE IN CONCERT

The renowned Galway folk singer makes his annual visit to Kerry – with Frank Kilkelly.




4th - 31st

LIGHT REFLECTIONS

Ruth Egan – the Dublin based artist presents a series of paintings done on recycled print plates. The series takes the concept of recycled art a step further since tools used to make art are turned into antiques themselves.




Tues 5th

COLD WAR –  Film Club

A new film by Pawel Pawlikowski which follows the passionate romance between musician Wiktor and a beautiful young woman Zula who meet in post-war Poland. In association with Access Cinema.




Thurs 7th

THE DIVINE ORDER

A film by Petra Volpe and a 2018 Oscar contender. Nora wants to work but she needs her husband‘s permission so she decides to fight such an outmoded notion and demand the vote for women which only came about in her native Switzerland in 1971. An International Women’s Day screening in association with Access Cinema.




Wed 13th

THE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE

Centre Stage Theatre Co. Belfast present a new play by Merlin Howard (grandson of Wilde) and John O’ Connor based on transcripts of Wilde’s court appearances.




Thurs 14th & 19th-21st

SEUSSICAL- HORTON HEARS A WHO

Theatrix Stage School end of term performances, directed by Jo Jordan.




Fri 15th

CROSSING

A new play by Russell Kennedy. In the aftermath of a car crash, things are getting on top of Harriet and to make matters worse she has just been referred to a shrink. Presented by Crowd of Two Theatre Co., UK.




Fri 22nd

FRANCES KENNEDY PRESENTS

Back by popular demand, the Scandal of the Parish in song and story and grown up humour. An all new show.




Mon 25th

IN CONVERSATION: WITH OLIVE FOLEY




Wed 27th

CHAMBER PHILHARMONIC EUROPE

Featuring 8 classical musicians from Germany, the orchestra will perform classical favourites by Bach, Faure, Suk, Corelli, Holst and Rachmaninoff. With Soloist, Michel Gershwin - Violin.




Thurs 28th–Tues 2nd April

ANYONE COULD ROB A BANK

A comic drama by Tom Coffey presented by the Lartigue Theatre Co. and directed by Denis O’ Mahony. The cast features Darren McDonnell, Robert Bunyan, Mike Moriarty, Laura Shine, John Looney, Sharon Chute, Simon O‘Flynn and Lucille O’Sullivan.


 

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