Monday, September 24, 2012

Don't miss - days 1 and 2 of Storytelling Southeast

Wednesday 26 September

John Ennis

5 pm - Bridge House - Gallery - €5
Acclaimed poet will read from Suibhne Geilt

Documentary by Nemeton TV

6 pm - Bridge House - Blue Box Basement - €5
A selection of documentary films produced by award winning production company 
Nemeton TV, showcasing the narrative of non-fiction film.

Opening Night with Ryland Teifi & Róisín Clancy, Niall de Búrca, Anna Coogan & Daniele Fiaschi

8 pm - Town Hall Theatre - €16
Festival favourites Ryland & Róisín will bring folk songs and stories followed by the most prolific Irish contemporary storyteller Niall de Búrca.
Closing the opening night event; Anna Coogan - "Coogan's singing style ... that like a log fire on a winter's evening warms the heart of the listener." Maurice Hope - Americana UK - September 2012

Thursday 27 September

Melina Coogan

5 pm - Bridge House - Gallery - €3
"Tales From the Wild" with Melina; blogger - adventurer - storyteller - explorer 

Armand G Ruffo

on Norval Morrisseau 
7 pm - Old Market House - €6
Interactive talk interlaced with poetry on Canada’s most influential visual artist
Norval Morrisseau
"He's a true genius in the art world and left a mark that will forever be remembered."
Paul Robinson - Toronto, Canada

Mark Roper & Eric Sweeney

8 pm - St.Mary’s Church of Ireland - €5
Fascinating artistic collaboration - poetry and church organ

Storytelling by Candle Light

8 pm - The Moorings / An Seanachaí / Bridie Dee's - free
An evening celebrating the traditional folklore and how stories were told.
Experience the age old tradition of the seanachaí in atmospheric pubs.
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