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JANUARY 2019





2nd-31st        STRACFHEACHAINT SIAR


Photography exhibition looking back at events in 2018.




Tues 8th       TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT


A film by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. Featuring Marion Cotillard.                   Sandra has only one weekend to visit her colleagues, and with the help of  her husband,  convince them to sacrifice their bonuses, so she can keep her job.  In association with the First Fortnight Festival.




Fri 11th          BRIGID CLEARY


A play by Eve O’ Mahoney, which tells the story of the last witch burning, which occurred in Tipperary in 1895, and examines the circumstances which led to the death of Michael Cleary’s wife.




Tues 15th        THE GUILTY


A film by Gustav Moller. Demoted to a desk job and awaiting a disciplinary hearing, agent Asger is working the night shift in an emergency call room, when he receives a call from a woman who has been abducted, it becomes a race against time to locate her.  In association with Access Cinema.





Wed 16th         THE FAR FLUNG TRIO


Featuring leader of the Irish Chamber Orchestra, Katherine Hunka on Violin, Dermot Dunne-Accordion, and Malachy Robinson-Double Bass. Featured composers include, Rossini, Sarasate, Gershwim, Guilfoyle, Dvorak, Repnikov, Malachy Robinson and Stravinsky.




Fri 18               SEAN KEANE IN CONCERT


The Galway folk singer is back by popular demand. His 4th visit to St. Johns in the past 2 years.




Wed 23rd          THE PETERSENS FAMILY BLUEGRASS BAND


From Branson, Missouri. The award winning 4 piece group features Banjo, Guitar, Fiddle and Mandolin.




Thurs 24th        THE BEST OF TRADITIONAL


With Muireann, Nic Amhlaoibh -Voice/Flute, Siobhan Miller-Voice, Damien Mullane-Accordion/Melodeon, and Anna Massie-Guitar/Banjo/Mandolin. A Music Network tour.




Fri 25th              MISSES LIFFEY


A play with Music which brings us on a journey through Dublin, introducing us to many of James Joyce’s women characters who live, work, sing and laugh along her Banks. With Darina Gallagher and Sinead Murphy.





Wed 30th        SCOTLAND, THE KINGDOM, THE POWER & THE GLORY


A film tracing the kingship of Scotland from the third century A.D. A famine in Munster at that time caused the O Liatháin family from Ballyheigue to emigrate to Scotland where they established the first Scottish kingship. Filmed by Dillon Boyer and Michael Guerin. A Rattoo Heritage Production by Sean Quinlan.





 

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