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NOVEMBER 2018





Thu 1st
FRANK PIG SAYS HELLO

Co-Motion Media presents the 25thAnniversary tour of the original stage version of Pat McCabe’s The Butcher Boy.  Desperately funny and deeply tragic, the play tells the story of Francie Brady’s boyhood in a small Irish town in the 1960’s.




Fri 2nd &  Sat 3rd

THE HAWTHORN OF THE SEVEN WISHES

An Interactive  Light  Installation - Feile  An  tSolais. 10am to 6 pm.




Sat 3rd  @ 5pm

THE BLUE MARBLE

An exhibition of works by Tadhg O’Donoghue Ross.  The launch will also feature a screening of Paddy O’Shea’s documentary on the artist “Why is There Anything Instead of Nothing.”  In association with Féile An tSolais. 

 



Thu 8th
THE BEST OF TRADITIONAL WITH THE BOW BROTHERS

Featuring Cathal Hayden, fiddle, Stephen Hayden – fiddle and Brian McGrath – keyboard with special guest Donal Murphy.

 



Sat 10th   @11am

LISTOWEL FOOD FAIR 

Health awareness workshop.

  


                      

Thu 15th to Sun 18th

THE HONEY SPIKE

Bryan MacMahon’s superb play is performed by The Tarbert Theatre Players.  This is the story, not to be missed, of a young traveller couple and their families as they make the epic journey from the Giant’s Causeway to the Cork-Kerry border. 

 



Tue 20th
LUCKY – FILM CLUB

Award winning first feature from actor turned director John Carroll Lynch allows Harry Dean Stanton to shine as 90 year old Lucky, an atheist seeking the meaning of life. In association with Access Cinema.

 



Fri 23rd
THE MURIEL O’CONNOR & FRAN CURRY SHOW

The best of Irish folk and country music and song. 

 



Sat 24th
THE CURSE OF THE BUTTON ACCORDION

Laugh out loud play by Sharon Mannion.  Her chance of musical stardom arrives for Sharon in the form of a button accordion, which she nicknames Frank.  But beautiful beginnings soon crack under the pressure of competition.

 



Wed 28th
HUGH TINNEY 60th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION TOUR

Solo piano works by Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Thomas Adès and Ian Wilson.

 



Thu 29th
DAOIRÍ FARRELL IN CONCERT

Twice winner of the BBC Folk Award, Daoirí has been described as one of the most important traditional singers in the last decade. 

 



Fri 30th
TURF

One day, one man, one bog.  Turf is a new play directed by Michael Keegan-Dolan which takes us on an emotional journey deep within the Irish soul when as you cut, spread and foot, the turf takes hold of you.  With music by Rowan Tolley.


 

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