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Arts for All at the Linenhall! At the Linenhall Arts Centre we provide an arts service for all in our community by: programming international, national and local events; providing opportunities for all to explore their own creativity; supporting artists by providing a forum for their work. OďŹ&#x192;ce hours: Monday-Friday - 10.00am-5.00pm Saturday - 11.00am-5.30pm Sunday - CLOSED Pre-booking is advised for all events. Booking: 094 9023733 or online www.thelinenhall.com (no booking charge) Please note: It is the policy of the Linenhall to refuse admission to the auditorium once a performance has commenced, unless a suitable intermission occurs. We strongly advise that age recommendations are adhered to for all events. Website: While all forthcoming events over the coming months are comprehensively listed here, we advise that you check our website for events beyond this period at: www.thelinenhall.com Child Protection: The Linenhall implements a comprehensive Child Safeguarding Policy in line with national best practice. Copies of the Policy are available from the Linenhall, and may also be viewed on our website. Where we are: Linenhall Arts Centre Linenhall Street, Castlebar, Co. Mayo F23 AN24 T: 094 9023733 E: email@example.com W: www.thelinenhall.com Join our Mailing List! For regular updates, why not sign up on our website (www.thelinenhall.com) or give us a buzz (tel: 094 9023733). www.twitter.com/Linenhall www.facebook.com/LinenhallArtsCentre www.instagram.com/linenhall_arts
Dear Friends, Welcome to our brand-new programme complete with a delightful new cover design courtesy of artist Mary Ronayne who will exhibit with us in 2020. This striking image represents many things and has many layers, but at its most basic level it represents family – and as you know family comes in all shapes and sizes. The Linenhall family consists of its staﬀ, the board, our customers, our loyal supporters and friends, and you, the community at large. We feel very lucky here at the Linenhall to be part of a vibrant community of loyal Friends and supporters and we are very grateful for this support. Now we want our family to grow bigger and better than ever before. This is why we are now extending our reach to include Linenhall Members. This new initiative is an extension of our Friends scheme with additional beneﬁts and discounts to thank everyone for their loyal support over the years. Now we want you to play an integral role in supporting the work of the Linenhall and to become part of its journey of transformation into the future. All proceeds will go towards supporting the ongoing endeavours of the Linenhall. You’ll ﬁnd the details you need on page 2 with a breakdown of all the discounts and beneﬁts available. Check it out and let us know what you think – after all if your friends and family can’t be honest with you, who can! This new programme is buzzing with lots of exciting events and activities over the spring so be sure to put the kettle on, relax and check out all that’s on oﬀer. We want to continue to oﬀer you the highest-quality arts experiences that you’ve become accustomed to from the Linenhall - with one or two surprises to keep you on your toes of course! From world-class live performances in music and theatre, to exceptional experiences for school children, (and everything in between!), you won’t be disappointed. Let me take a moment, once again, to thank you for your ongoing support in all its various forms – a friendly review online, a like on social media, a purchase in our coﬀee shop, spreading the word about our services – we would not be here without you and we are reminded every day of the wonderful community we live in. Until next time,
Director P.S. To sign up for membership please check out our website, give us a call or drop in to the oﬃce - we always welcome a friendly face! Check out page 2 for the full breakdown of Linenhall Memberships on oﬀer.
2020 LINENHALL MEMBERSHIP SCHEME Join the Linenhall Arts Centre as a Member and immerse yourself in the very best of arts and culture in the West!
FRIEND - €40* - Programme delivered to your door three times annually - Special Members Only Invite to the Linenhall’s 2020 End of Year Celebration *The fee of €40 is warmly welcomed to assist with our mail-out costs and would be greatly appreciated. If €40 is a little too much, then feel free to give what you can.
LEVEL 2 - €60 - Linenhall Membership Keyring - Programme delivered to your door three times annually - 2 free tickets per year to a show (Director’s choice – list below) - 10% oﬀ at Linenhall Coﬀee Shop during show times (1/2 hour before show time and intervals) - Special Members Only Invite to the Linenhall’s 2020 End of Year Celebration
LEVEL 3 - €80
LEVEL 4 - €150
- Linenhall Membership Keyring
- Linenhall Membership Keyring
- Programme delivered to your door three times annually
- Programme delivered to your door three times annually
- Concession rate on all bookings
- Concession rate on all bookings
- 2 free tickets per year to a show (Director’s choice – list below)
- 2 free tickets per season to a show of your choice
- 2 free tickets to a ﬁlm screening of your choice
- 2 free tickets to a ﬁlm screening of your choice
- 10% oﬀ at Linenhall Coﬀee Shop all year
- Concession rates on all ﬁlm screenings
- Special Members Only Invite to the Linenhall’s 2020 End of Year Celebration
- 10% oﬀ at Linenhall Coﬀee Shop all year - Special Members Only Invite to the Linenhall’s 2020 End of Year Celebration
Director’s choice - Free shows available to Linenhall Level 2 & Level 3 Members: Weekend Warrior (Theatre); Chris Kent (Comedy); Michael Kanan Trio (Music) All For Me Grog (Music); Eduardo Martín & Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas (Music) Please Note: Terms and conditions apply. For full details see www.thelinenhall.com
Booking: 094 9023733
FILM FOR SCHOOLS: JUNIOR CYCLE GERMAN Tuesday 14 January | 10.30am
This Crazy Heart
Germany 2017 Comedy/Drama 104mins German language with English subtitles Age recommendation: 13+ Spoiled 30-something Lenny is living the fast life. His doctor father attempts to ground him by enlisting him as a bigger brother ﬁgure to one of his patients, 15-year-old David, who is living with heart disease and struggling to make friends, and an unlikely bond forms between the two. This huge box oﬃce hit gives German language students a contemporary tale based on a true story. Contains a brief scene of nudity, a brief scene of drug use, and sequences with ﬂashing lights. NB. Secondary Schools Booking Only. Tickets €5 Pre-Booking ESSENTIAL. Tel: 094 9023733 This screening is presented in association with IFI Education.
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 14 January | 8.00pm First Fortnight in partnership with IFI National presents
UK 2018 78mins English language Cert: PG Iain was 3 when his mother Irene died. The family silence around Irene meant that she was alive only in Iain’s imagination. Later in life, the birth of his own child inspires a journey to discover the truth about Irene, piecing together fragments of the past to uncover a long held family secret. Using animation mixed with ﬁlmed footage, Irene’s Ghost explores memory and mental health to movingly rebuild a lost life. There will be a 20-minute post-show discussion for those who wish to participate. Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions) First Fortnight is a charity that challenges mental health prejudice through arts and cultural action. This ﬁlm screening is part of the annual First Fortnight Festival.
WORLD MUSIC Thursday 16 January | 8.00pm Music Network presents
Anxo Lorenzo, Dónal O’Connor, Jack Talty & Jim Murray Over the past ten years Anxo Lorenzo (gaita/ whistles), Jim Murray (guitar), Dónal O’Connor (ﬁddle) and Jack Talty (concertina) have been at the forefront of highly creative Galician and Irish music-making – as players, composers, arrangers, accompanists, producers and record label owners. A quartet of artists who have made a massive contribution to music in both local and international arenas. Thrilling, soulful, sincere and highly communicative, theirs is a music of people and place, of stillness, of conﬂuence and of us.
Photo: Ros Kavanagh
Adm. €17 / €14 (concessions)
LOCAL ARTS: CHORAL Tuesday 21 January | 8.00pm
Cill Aodáin Choral Group
Founded in 1998, Cill Aodáin Choral Society is a community-based choir with over ﬁfty singers from Kiltimagh and its surrounds who meet weekly to share their love of music. Under the musical direction of Finóla Higgins, they have explored a wide variety of musical genres, won awards in several choral competitions around Ireland and performed with many well-known Irish artists in concert and on national television, as well as at prestigious events in Brussels (celebrating Ireland’s Presidency of the EU in 2013), Collins Barracks (as part of 1916 Centenary commemorations), in Croatia, and in St Peter’s in Rome. Adm. €15
Booking: 094 9023733
THEATRE Thursday 23 January | 8.00pm Rise Productions presents
Wayne drinks, does drugs and gets into ﬁghts but it’s grand because he doesn’t get arrested or bring trouble to the door. Once he sorts out what he wants to do with his life, he’ll be ﬁne. Written and performed by Tony Doyle, Weekend Warrior is a one-man show that explores binge-drinking, mental health issues, toxic masculinity and how to deﬁne yourself in the 21st century: ultimately a story about hope and community, with a lot of comedy as well. Written and performed by Tony Doyle, directed by Aonghus Óg McAnally, and produced by Joe Murphy. “Tony Doyle’s writing is brilliant, his performance astonishing.” - Brendan Boland, Theatre Addict
Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions) Duration 60 minutes, no interval. Age Suitability: 15 +
CONTEMPORARY FOLK/TRAD Friday 24 January | 8.00pm
Pilgrim St’s music embraces Bluegrass, Old Time Country and Folk, fused with traditional songs from this side of the Atlantic. Drawing from the likes of Hank Williams, Woody Guthrie, The Pogues and Springsteen’s Seeger Sessions as well as original songs, Pilgrim St has graced the stages of Electric Picnic and Vicar St among many other venues throughout Ireland and in Europe. The band features Peadar Farrelly (guitar/vocals), Eugene Donegan (banjo/vocals), Eoin McDonnell (mandolin/vocals), Francis McGinn (double bass), Mark Lynch (dobro), Brendan Kelly (accordion/ vocals) and and Cathal McQuaid (ﬁddle). Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
FILM FOR SCHOOLS: SENIOR CYCLE GERMAN Tuesday 28 January | 10.30am
A Jar Full of Life (Vielmachglas)
Germany 2018 Comedy/Drama 85mins German language with English subtitles Age recommendation: 15+ A contemporary comedy/drama about Marleen, a young woman in her early 20s, struggling to find her way in the world. At a loss when her older brother dies in a tragic accident, she decides to remember him by completing a voyage to Antarctica that he himself had planned. It’s a long and arduous trip but along the way, she ﬁnds meaning and self understanding, as well as a host of colourful new friends. NB. Secondary Schools Booking Only. Tickets €5 Pre-Booking ESSENTIAL. Tel: 094 9023733 This screening is presented in association with IFI Education.
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 28 January | 8.00pm
France/Belgium 2017 95mins Cert: Club French language with English subtitles Neïla is a ﬁrst year law student of Algerian descent. On her ﬁrst day at Paris’ renowned Assas University she clashes with Pierre Mazard, a controversial law professor. Their public altercation goes viral when Pierre uses language tainted with racist slurs. He is given one chance to redeem himself - he must mentor Neïla for an upcoming prestigious debating contest. Directed by Yvan Attal. “… Camélia Jordana and Daniel Auteuil prove to be a winning pair… oﬀering up several juicy verbal bouts alongside scenes of genuine emotion.’’ - Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions) Presented with the support of the French Embassy and the Institut Français.
Booking: 094 9023733
STAND-UP COMEDY Thursday 30 January | 8.00pm Aiken Promotions presents
Tommy Tiernan: A Work in Progress Tour 2020 Tommy returns with his ‘notions for a new show’ tour. These are the ideas in their rough and ready state. Expect lots of experimentation and mischief as he tries to cram six months’ worth of thinking into a 90-minute stand-up comedy routine. The host of his own highly critically praised improvised TV chat show on RTE 1 and star of the hit TV show Derry Girls brings his Work In Progress Tour to some of his favourite intimate venues across the country. “Brilliant & life-aﬃrming. Tommy Tiernan actually makes you proud to be Irish.” – The Irish Independent Adm. €20
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FILM DOCUMENTARY Tuesday 4 February | 8.00pm
UK/USA 2019 114mins Cert: 12A From the team behind the worldwide success The Beatles: Eight Days a Week comes two-time Academy Award® winning director Ron Howard’s documentary celebrating the life of the beloved opera star Luciano Pavarotti, who sold over 100 million records in his lifetime. Created from a combination of Luciano Pavarotti’s genre-redeﬁning performances and granted access to never-before-seen footage, the ﬁlm will give audiences around the world a stunningly intimate portrait of the most beloved opera singer of all time. “Plenty for fans to enjoy here.” - Tanya Sweeney, Irish independent Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
FREE STREET ART OPERA Wednesday 5 February | 6-9pm
Dumbworld: He Did What?/Two Angels Play I Spy Two octogenarians stage a hit on an errant husband. Two angels play ‘I Spy’ as they watch over the city… These short ten-minute works appear like street art on a town wall, then morph into an animated video, with an orchestral soundtrack broadcast to wireless headphones, and lyrics appearing as dynamic and crafted subtitles. Dumbworld brings together street art, mapped projection and contemporary music in an experience for public spaces, open and accessible to all. Created by John McIllduﬀ and Brian Irvine. NB: Location is Bridge Lane, Castlebar (between Elverys and Bridge St Bar) Adm. FREE Presented in partnership with Bridge Street Bar.
PRE-SCHOOLS SHOW Friday 7 February | 10.00am & 1.30pm
Little Bigtop’s Moon Woke Me Up in association with The Civic
Moon Woke Me up nine times It was still 4am So I built a rocket with my friends And went on a journey that never ends Come up and away with us. Come and play with us. Come build a rocket that will BLAST OFF and take us on a magical journey to the Moon. All the way, up there, in outer space. I wonder if it smells of cheese? I wonder if it will make me sneeze? Let’s ﬁnd out! Inspired by a Haiku of the same title by Basho Matsuo, Moon Woke Me Up is an interactive theatrical adventure to space for ages 3-5, using a wonderful blend of performance and interactive drama, construction play and sensory explorations. Suitable for Pre-schools ONLY. Pre-booking ESSENTIAL. Please call 094 9023733 to book.
Booking: 094 9023733
ART IN CONVERSATION Saturday 8 February | 4.00pm
BENCHMARK In the Making
Award winning writer Mike McCormack will be joined by visual artists from Engage Studios and writers from Mayo who took part in the BENCHMARK project to talk with retired founding Director of the Linenhall, Marie Farrell, about the project. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear about the work and to gain a fascinating insight into the creative processes involved. BENCHMARK is a multifaceted arts and heritage project in which Mike McCormack worked with ten Mayo writers and ten visual artists from Engage Studios to explore aspects of bench marks and surveying in the context of local heritage. The resulting exhibition runs in the Linenhall Gallery from 17 January to 15 February (see page 21). Adm. €8
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 11 February | 8.00pm
UK 2019 89mins Cert: 15A Modern-day Cornish ﬁsherman Martin (Edward Rowe) is struggling to buy a boat while coping with family rivalry and the inﬂux of London money, Airbnb and stag parties to his harbour village. The summer season brings simmering tensions between the locals and newcomers to boiling point, with tragic consequences. Stunningly shot on a vintage 16mm camera using monochrome Kodak stock, director Mark Jenkin’s Bait is a timely and funny, yet poignant new ﬁlm that gets to the heart of a community facing up unwelcome change. “One of the most extraordinary movie experiences of the year.” - The Times “A masterpiece.” - Daily Telegraph Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
STAND-UP COMEDY Thursday 13 February | 8.00pm
Des Bishop: Mia Mamma
Des Bishop: I am often asked “where do you get your material from?” The truth is really that I try to see the funny in everything. My mother died in March 2019 and I couldn’t face her in the afterlife because I know what the ﬁrst question would be: “Your Father got a show, how come I didn’t get one?” My Dad was best supporting actor. My mother was the actress in a leading role. You are never ready when the star of the show dies. It’s a show about motherhood and sacriﬁce, anxiety and grief, the mistakes you make as a mother and a son. Where do I get my material from? Life and death!
Adm. €25 / €23 (concessions)
TRADITIONAL MUSIC Thursday 20 February | 8.00pm
One of the greatest ﬁddlers of this or any generation, Kevin Burke is a legend in Traditional Irish music. His bow has driven the Bothy Band, Patrick Street, Open House and Celtic Fiddle Festival. His solo performances of ﬂawless unaccompanied ﬁddle, delivered with humorous stories of the tunes and their makers, are an absolute delight. Kevin’s easy and welcoming manner leaves the audience feeling like privileged guests, and his ﬁddle playing is a dynamic melodic force, the voice of the master. “A ﬁddle icon.” - Irish Music Magazine “Remarkably powerful... impressively virtuosic.” - The New York Times Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
Booking: 094 9023733
MUSICAL COMEDY/STORYTELLING Friday 21 February | 8.00pm
Aindrias de Staic: The Man From Moogaga
The Man from Moogaga is the story of a young musician and his friends growing up in rural Ireland by celebrated Galway entertainer Aindrias de Staic. A one-man stage show about music, magic, friendship and football, The Man from Moogaga features de Staic in full seanachaí mode, and the performance sees him using his exquisite ﬁddle playing and mastery of a loop pedal to embellish the narrative. The result is a riotous celebration of the rhythms of small town life in rural Ireland. Winner of Best Radio Comedy 2018 at the Celtic Media Awards, UK. “A brilliant blend of classic Irish comedy and unique musical talent.” - The Herald Sun “…talent and humour in abundance.” - The Scotsman Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 25 February | 8.00pm
UK 2019 120mins Cert: 15A English language Julie is a shy ﬁlm student from a privileged background, who wants to use her work to better understand the realities of the world. When she meets the older and mysterious Anthony, Julie ﬁnds herself caught up in her ﬁrst serious love affair. Director Joanna Hogg reimagines some of her own real-life experiences in a ﬁlm that explores many subjects including art and memory, as well as romance and love. Featuring a breakout performance from Honor Swinton Byrne, The Souvenir is refreshingly honest and beautifully devastating. “The Souvenir does many things so exquisitely, it’s hard to know where to begin.” - Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out “… mysterious, seductive, thrillingly controlled…” - Robbie Collin, The Daily Telegraph Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
THEATRE Thursday 27 February | 8.00pm Big Guerilla Productions presents An Ogeous Brose by John McManus A grumpy builder, (Seamus O’Rourke) and his young Shakira-loving labourer (Charlie McGuinness) arrive on Mogue’s Island to dig a grave in the depths of winter. It’s cold and eerie and full of myth. The more they dig, the more they realise that this was not such a good idea – could it be that they are both entangled in an ancient curse? An Ogeous Brose is scary and funny in equal measure, a rib-tickling, spine-chilling adventure... It’s Fierce Dark – It’s Horrid Quiet – It’s an Ogeous Brose! “O’Rourke is absolutely superb.” - Will Govan, The Moth Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
CLASSICAL MUSIC Monday 2 March | 8.00pm Music Network presents
Garth Knox (medieval ﬁddle/viola d’amore/viola) Sylvain Lemêtre (percussion) Agnès Vesterman (cello) A lot can happen in a thousand years. The vastly experienced Saltarello Trio traces a clear musical line from Hildegard Von Bingen to David Fennessy, taking in Dowland, Vivaldi and Purcell along the way. Using the colours and textures of folk music to inform their witty arrangements, the stellar trio’s gorgeous swirling string lines and tasty percussion open a new window on old music, proving that a good tune can speak easily to all of us, no matter what the language, no matter when the time. Adm. €17 / €14 (concessions)
Booking: 094 9023733
FILM DOCUMENTARY Tuesday 3 March | 8.00pm
Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love
USA 2019 102mins English language Cert: G Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love is a beautiful yet tragic love story between Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen. The ﬁlm follows their relationship from the early days on Hydra in the 1960s, a humble time of ‘free love’ and open marriage, to how their love evolved when Leonard became a successful musician. It was on Hydra in 1968 that director Nick Broomﬁeld ﬁrst met Marianne, who introduced him to Cohen’s music and also encouraged Nick to make his ﬁrst ﬁlm. “Just lovely.” - Kevin Maher, The Times Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 10 March | 8.00pm
Colombia/Argentina/Netherlands/Germany/ Sweden/Uruguay 2019 102mins Cert: 15A English/Spanish (with English subtitles) Exiled on a remote mountainside in South America, the Monos are a group of teenage soldiers. Their job: to guard a single hostage. They have their orders but also their rituals, and when the group’s leadership is tested, the dynamics shift and the few ties the Monos had to reality and the outside world dissolve. Monos is a powerful, beautifully surreal ﬁlm from Director Alejandro Landes, that uses a pulsating soundtrack and visual style to provide an immersive and mesmerising experience for the viewer. “Haunting, challenging, aﬀecting, alarming and utterly mesmerising.’’ - Mark Kermode, Observer “Easily one of the best ﬁlms of 2019.’’ - Tara Brady, The Irish Times Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
JAZZ Wednesday 11 March | 8.00pm
Michael Kanan Trio
New Yorker Michael Kanan is one of the top rated pianists on the international scene. There are good reasons why. He has played with Lee Konitz, Tal Farlow, Al Cohn and worked alongside Kurt Rosenwinkel, Nat Su, Mark Turner and Jorge Rossy. Michael hails from Boston, where he ﬁrst began to play the piano at age 7, and by the age of 10 he was listening to jazz. In 1996, he joined the band of legendary singer Jimmy Scott, and in 2001, he became the accompanist and arranger for celebrated vocalist Jane Monheit. Completing the trio with Michael will be Conor Murray (bass) and David Lyttle (drums). This will be Michael’s ﬁrst time touring in Ireland. Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
FOLK TRIBUTE Thursday 12 March | 8.00pm
All For Me Grog - The Songs and Story of The Dubliners
All For Me Grog brings you the song and story of Ireland’s most successful folk band The Dubliners, performed by The Liberties. The songs and music of Luke Kelly, Ronnie Drew, Barney McKenna, Ciaran Burke and John Sheehan are brought to vivid life in a show of uncanny accuracy both in sound and appearance. The Irish Rover, Seven Drunken Nights, McAlpine’s Fusiliers and more will have you clapping your hands and stomping your feet at this uplifting evening of ballads and craic. “From the moment the band struck up Whisky in the Jar you knew it was going to be a good night.” – Munster Express Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
Booking: 094 9023733
LINENHALL FILM SEASON TICKET OFFER As well as the usual ticket rates, there’s a SEASON TICKET OFFER of €40 / €30 (concessions) to see all 8 ﬁlms in the January-April season. (Please note: this does NOT include the 3 ﬁlms in the Film Documentary Season.) The ﬁlms are: Irene’s Ghost on 14 Jan; Le Brio on 28 Jan; Bait on 11 Feb; The Souvenir on 25 Feb; Monos on 10 Mar; Sons of Denmark on 24 Mar; Transit on 7 Apr; Pain & Glory on 21 Apr To avail of this, simply book all 8 ﬁlms online (on www.thelinenhall.com) BEFORE the ﬁrst ﬁlm in the season and the discount will automatically be applied. Or just call and let the Linenhall do it for you. (Tel: 094 9023733)
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CONTEMPORARY FOLK Wednesday 18 March | 8.00pm
Don Stiﬀe is one of the ﬁnest singer songwriters to have emerged on the Irish folk scene in recent years, receiving critical acclaim and awards both at home and abroad. A series of highly regarded albums, most recently Longing for the Day, have ensured Don a busy schedule with regular concert, TV and radio appearances, while his 2016 single You’ll Always be my Mother, about his search for his birth mother, found its way into the hearts of audiences in Ireland and beyond. A resonant and truly authentic voice in contemporary folk - come and hear him in the intimate setting of the Linenhall. “Stiﬀe… in the Premier League.” – Irish Music magazine “Don Stiﬀe has a voice of rare expression and distinctive timbre that deserves to be heard far and wide.” - The Irish Examiner Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
STAND-UP COMEDY Friday 20 March | 8.00pm
What happens when a touring stand-up comedian can no longer stand up? After a near careerending knee injury, O’ Brien is too young for pilates and too unbalanced for yoga. The award-winning performer brings his brandnew hilarious hour of stand-up where self-destruction and self-discovery meet! Reformer was a sell-out show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, and Danny was selected to perform as part of the iconic ‘Best of the Edinburgh Fest’ show touring Australia, has featured on The Comedy Channel and is a regular on Irish TV and Radio. “Uproariously funny” - The Sunday Independent “He opened for me at the 3 Arena and he ****ing murdered it!”- Bill Burr “A perfect mix of brains, banter and brilliance.” - Great Scott Adm. €14 / €12 (concessions)
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 24 March | 8.00pm
Sons of Denmark (Danmarks sønner)
Denmark 2019 123mins Cert: 15 Danish/Arabic with English subtitles One year after a bomb attack in Copenhagen, ethnic tensions are running high. Angered by the rising anti-Islamic climate, 19-year-old Muslim Zakaria is recruited by neighbourhood elder Hassan, and placed under the watchful eye of Ali. Eager but naive, Zakaria becomes entangled in a violent plot against a dangerous far-right leader. Ulaa Salim’s debut is a provocative, politically charged thriller. “ … gels politics, family and police procedural into a ﬁery thriller.” - Kaleem Aftab, Cineuropa “An ambitious, provocative, politically charged thriller.” - Neil Young, Hollywood Reporter Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
THEATRE Saturday 28 March | 8.00pm
Directions Out Theatre Company - Halcyon Days by Deirdre Kinahan Patricia has a zest for life and men when she is thrust together with Sean who is languishing in a nursing home. They form a funny and spiky relationship but is friendship the most important thing? This is a humorous and touching play by Deirdre Kinahan, one of Ireland’s leading playwrights, starring Bryan Murray (Fair City, The Irish RM, Bread) and Una Crawford (Fair City), directed by Joe Devlin. An evening of theatre that will charm you. Not to be missed! “Gives voice and emotion... a ﬁne emotionally-astute and elegant writer.” - Irish Independent “High degree of humour ensures there are many smiles... a gem and one of Kinahan’s ﬁnest works.” - No More Workhorse Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
Booking: 094 9023733
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 7 April | 8.00pm
Germany/France 2018 102mins Cert: 12A German/French language with English subtitles Like many others, German refugee Georg has ﬂed Paris to escape the impending war. He has assumed the identity of a famous but deceased writer, and plans to use the man’s documentation to obtain a transit visa and immigrate to Mexico. But when Georg encounters the dead man’s wife in Marseille, he ﬁnds himself dangerously drawn to her. Although the story is anchored in the past, director Christian Petzold relocates events to a contemporary setting, blurring the lines between past and present. The result is a thrilling and unique piece of work. “...brilliant existential thriller works like a dream...” - Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian “By turns intimate and expansive, a thrilling, at times harrowing labyrinth of a movie.” - Manohla Dargis, The New York Times Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
FILM DOCUMENTARY Tuesday 14 April | 8.00pm
USA 2018 87mins Cert: G In January 1972, Aretha Franklin made her legendary album Amazing Grace with the Southern California Community Choir and Reverend James Cleveland in the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles. Recorded in two days, this live album was to become the most successful gospel record of all time. Brilliantly capturing a remarkable performer near the peak of her prodigious power, Alan Elliott and Sydney Pollack’s Amazing Grace is a thrilling must-watch documentary for Aretha Franklin fans. “This is a ﬁlm that revels in a titanic talent, and the details that an audio recording can never pick up. The close-ups are wonderfully intimate.” - Ed Potton, The Times “Surely the new gold standard of ﬁlmed music concerts?” - Little White Lies Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
CLASSICAL/TRADITIONAL Friday 17 April | 8.00pm
West Ocean String Quartet The internationally acclaimed West Ocean String Quartet (WOSQ) marked its 20th anniversary in 2019 with an innovative recording project celebrating the Traditional music of Ireland’s Atlantic coast, from the swinging barn dances of West Donegal down to the grand song-airs and rousing polkas of Kerry. This music, arranged for Classical quartet by WOSQ founder Neil Martin, is now presented in a concert featuring the Quartet’s highly regarded members, Séamus McGuire (violin), Neil Martin (cello), Niamh Crowley (violin) and Ken Rice (viola). “A gifted and exciting voice in the world of music.” - Barry Douglas (pianist and conductor) “Neil Martin is a musician of genius.” - Stephen Rea Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
STAND-UP COMEDY Saturday 18 April | 8.00pm
Chris Kent: Christy Doesn’t Live Here
Cork comedian Chris Kent is back with another show, with more kids, stories and a keep cup to compensate for his guilt about overpopulation. Chris tries to come to terms with being called “well trained” for carrying out basic tasks. Chris also gets deep and talks about his favourite clothes horse or “garment donkey” if you’re a maniac… “Breathes new life into anecdotal comedy.” -The List “Fresh and original material, extremely endearing performer.”- Broadway Baby “Original, hilarious material… among the best acts I’ve seen.”- The Mirror Adm. €14 / €12 (concessions)
Booking: 094 9023733
WORLD CINEMA Tuesday 21 April | 8.00pm
Pain and Glory (Dolor y gloria)
Spain 2019 113mins Cert: 16 Spanish with English subtitles Veteran director Salvador Mallo currently suffers many health issues, which he blames for the creative rut he ﬁnds himself in. As he tries to recover both creatively and physically, he remembers his mother and reﬂects on his work, family and past loves. Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz reunite with award-winning director Pedro Almodóvar in his most personal ﬁlm to date. “Life meets art in Almodóvar’s wistful extravaganza. The director delivers another sensuous and deeply personal gem as Banderas’ ageing ﬁlm-maker faces up to death.” – Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian “Every element of the ﬁlm is beautifully judged.” – Donald Clarke, The Irish Times Adm. €7 / €5 (concessions)
SCHOOLS SHOWS Friday 24 April | 10.15am & 12.15pm
The Far Field
presented by Ceol Connected
One Spring day, Lonán the farmer discovers a magical whistle hidden in a hare’s nest. Suspecting that it belongs to the fairy folk who live at the edge of the farm, Lonán decides that the whistle should be returned to its rightful owners. Join Lonán on his quest ﬁlled with magical music, puppetry and story telling. “… so gentle and magical my kids and I were spellbound for the entire show.” - Karen Walsh, Artistic Director, St Patricks Festival Duration: 45 minutes Suitable for Junior and Senior Infants NB. Schools Booking ONLY. Pre-booking ESSENTIAL. Please call 094 9023733 to book
GUITAR MUSIC Tuesday 28 April | 8.00pm
Eduardo Martín & Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas The internationally acclaimed Cuban composer and guitarist Eduardo Martín joins the renowned young guitarist Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas in a duo that explores the diverse tendencies and styles of Cuban contemporary music. Eduardo’s music has been performed worldwide within the classical guitar genre over the last 30 years. He is also the ﬁrst Latin American composer to win Radio France International Guitar Competition. Described as “a true pioneer” (Classic FM Magazine), award winning London-based Cuban guitarist Ahmed Dickinson Cardenas is one of the ﬁnest performers of the Cuban classical guitar school. Together, a night of musical magic is on the cards. “I regard Eduardo Martín as the Piazzolla of Cuban Guitar.” - Oscar Ghiglia, World Radio Geneva Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
THEATRE Thursday 30 April | 8.00pm
Crowman by Katie Holly starring Jon Kenny
Crowman is Dan Lonergan’s account of the hilarious characters that inhabit his life on a daily basis and a love story that never was. By turns poignant and comic, Jon Kenny carries the audience on a roller-coaster ride from his childhood to middle-age, from the hurling pitch to the pub and from one uproariously funny character to the other. It is about lost love and the sense of belonging and not belonging to a small community. Most of all it is about the humanity and decency found in every rural village and town in Ireland. “Kenny is brilliant in the role.” - The Irish Examiner “Brilliant” - Arena, RTÉ “A masterclass in characterisation and physical acting.”- Munster Express Adm. €16 / €14 (concessions)
Booking: 094 9023733
A M YO ARTISTS SHOW 2O19
VISUAL ART: GALLERY Friday 6 December Saturday 11 January
Mayo Artists Show 2019 The Mayo Artists Show is back! This year the Mayo Artists Show takes place over two venues, with Ballina Arts Centre joining forces with the Linenhall Arts Centre once again. Open to artists from or living in Mayo over the age of 18, the show presents a cornucopia of work in all manner of media and oďŹ&#x20AC;ers a fascinating snapshot of the breadth of visual arts practice in the county. The show is curated by Patrick T. Murphy, Director of the RHA. Adm. Free
VISUAL ART: GALLERY Friday 17 January Saturday 15 February
An exhibition arising from a multifaceted arts and heritage project in which award-winning writer Mike McCormack worked alongside ten visual artists from Engage Art Studios and ten Mayo writers to explore aspects of bench marks and surveying. A bench mark is a simple and elegant crows-foot-shaped mark which is carved into stone walls in the built environment all around the country. They were originally created during the 1800s to mark the height above sea level at particular locations and were used by ordnance surveyors to map the terrain. This exhibition features the work of visual artists Maeve Curtis, Noelle Gallagher, Nicola Gunwhy, Nuala Hiney, Eimear Jean McCormack, Hilary Morley, Avi Ratnayake, Vicky Smith, Joan Sugrue, Ruby Wallis; and writers Edel Burke, Aisling Keogh, Alice Kinsella, Mike McCormack, Sheila McHugh, Mari Maxwell, Geraldine Mitchell, Elizabeth Reapy, Ger Reidy, Jean Tuomey, and Anne Walsh Donnelly. Funding from Creative Ireland Mayo for this project is gratefully acknowledged. Adm. Free OďŹ&#x192;cial opening: Friday 17 January at 7.30pm. This event will include gallery viewing and readings from the writers involved. All welcome. See also BENCHMARK In the Making event with Mike McCormack on Sat 8 Feb | 4pm (see page 9) and BENCHMARK Paper Sculpture Workshop with Maeve Clancy on Sat 1 Feb | 2pm (see page 27)
VISUAL ART: GALLERY Friday 21 February Saturday 21 March
Together Now: The Engagement Project
Together Now is a exhibition of painting, drawing, installation and sculpture by artists from the Kilkenny Collective for Arts Talent (KCAT), in Callan, Co. Kilkenny and artists from very diﬀerent practice contexts from all over Ireland, who have been working together in residencies and other forms of engagement since 2014. The work on show has been made as a result of their collaborations and conversations, involving performance, installation and a variety of media from ﬁlm and video to very un-traditional interpretations of traditional media such as painting and sculpture. The exhibition is curated by Catherine Marshall. Adm. Free The exhibition runs simultaneously across three Mayo galleries: Linenhall Arts Centre; Ballina Arts Centre; and Ballinglen Arts Foundation, Ballycastle. An opening tour of the exhibition will take place across all three venues on Saturday 22 February. Free bus transport will be provided on a ﬁrst-come, ﬁrst-served basis. Booking ESSENTIAL.
VISUAL ART: GALLERY Friday 27 March Saturday 2 May
Painter Mary Ronayne collects imagery from literary sources, old prints and paintings, photographs, magazines, accruing references from various eras and historical times, cutting and joining divergent histories and narratives - early Irish history and folklore clash with ‘ugly’ mid20th century ceramics, Renaissance imagery positioned alongside reconstructed magazine shots of contemporary domestic interiors hosting families incongruous to the era. Her preferred choice of “gooey” enamel paint creates an illusion of blithe, cartoon-like characters and spaces, a fool’s paradise, seemingly devoid of intended political or social meaning; yet there is a Hogarthian quality to the work, a suggestion that behind the farcical lies satire and allegory. Mary has an MA from NCAD and and lectures in Computer Illustration in Dublin. She has exhibited widely in Ireland (including RHA and RUA annual exhibitions), in N. Ireland and the UK. Adm. Free Oﬃcial opening on Friday 27 March. Details to follow. All welcome.
Booking: 094 9023733
VISUAL ART: FOYER Friday 17 January Saturday 1 February
The Long Road Home Vincent Callaghan, Bea Upton & Zoe Pierce-Wood
Zoe, Bea and Vincent are three visual artists who have made their home in Co. Mayo. They met at Artists@Heart, an open-to-all community arts group based in the O’Dwyer Arts Centre. Together, with their personal experiences of migration and displacement they have begun to explore belonging and our connection to place. Using various media, their work considers what deﬁnes home, homeland and habitat and how such ideas are always shifting, inﬂuenced by where we are now, where we have been and where we are going. Adm. Free An opening tour of the exhibition will take place on Friday 17 January at 2.30pm. All welcome.
VISUAL ART: FOYER Friday 7 February Saturday 6 March
Qualities of Water
A photography exhibition exploring the many qualities of water that surrounds, supports, and connects us. The photos were taken by individuals living in Mayo, Monaghan, and Roscommon, whose work and lives intersect with water in different ways. Together, these photos capture the complex and surprising connections between water, spirituality, geology, pollutants, farming, infrastructure and the wider environment. This participatory photography project was led by Dr. Patrick Bresnihan, Maynooth University, and was funded by the Irish Research Council and the Environmental Protection Agency. Participants include caretakers and managers of Group Water Schemes, farmers, anglers, catchment scientists, representatives from local authorities, and individuals involved in community catchment projects, including the Lough Carra Catchment Association. Adm. Free Oﬃcial opening on Friday 7 February at 2.30pm. All welcome. The oﬃcial opening will be in conjunction with the launch of the publication Lough Carra - A Gem Worth Preserving.
VISUAL ART: FOYER Friday 27 March Saturday 18 April
Colour and Expression Lillian McCormick & Jane Gaﬀney An exhibition of joyful paintings by two artists passionate about colour and painting. Lillian: “I share a passion to express my love of colour through the power of being creative.” Jane: “I have had a love of art and colour from my childhood, and grew to develop my emotions and talent through my love for oil painting. I would like to share this with others.” Adm. Free Oﬃcial opening on Friday 27 March at 2.30pm. All welcome.
VISUAL ART: FOYER Friday 24 April Saturday 23 May
RehabCare Sewing Exhibition
An exhibition by members of RehabCare Sewing Group. “The RehabCare Sewing Group was established about 8 years ago by Emma Gallagher in Breaﬀy Road, and the members have made many beautiful pieces, we have gathered some here for your enjoyment, a few may appear well loved, all are cherished and made with a special person in mind.” The artists in Spencer Street are also exhibiting a collection of painting, craft and sewing, facilitated by both Emma Gallagher and Colette Howley. Adm. Free Oﬃcial opening on Wednesday 29 April at 2.30pm. All welcome.
Booking: 094 9023733
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BODHRÁN WORKSHOPS (ADULTS) From Tuesday 14 January | 5.30pm6.30pm
Bodhrán Workshops for Adult Beginners with John Joe Kelly
A series of 6 Tuesday evening workshops commencing 14 January, continuing on 21 & 28 January; 4, 11 & 18 February; from 5.30pm-6.30pm Best known for his work with the band Flook, John Joe Kelly is constantly expanding the boundaries of what beats and sounds you can get from one single drum. Renowned worldwide for his energetic teaching methods, this is a rare opportunity to enjoy a six week course with the bodhrán master. “To say John Joe Kelly plays the bodhrán, is like saying Mount Everest is a bit of a climb.” - Paul Saunders Cost: €70 (for the full series of 6 workshops) Places are limited and pre-booking is ESSENTIAL.
SINGING WORKSHOPS (ADULTS) From Friday 24 January | 11am-1pm
Sing Your Party Piece in Style
with Anne Marie Gibbons
Eight Friday mornings commencing 24 January, 11.00am-1.00pm (continuing 31 Jan; 14, 21, 28 Feb; 6, 13, 20 March - note no class on 7 Feb) Back by popular demand – an introduction to singing for adults!! Learn techniques and skills required to sing a song from beginning to end with self-assurance and expression. Anne Marie will coach participants in basic vocal techniques (such as breathing) while also helping them to overcome nervousness to put a song across. Plenty of fun along the way is guaranteed!! A willingness to perform in front of the group is required and as such the course is not ideal for those who are painfully shy. Mezzo soprano Anne Marie Gibbons was company principal at the English National Opera for three years. She has a wide-ranging oratorio and concert repertoire, and has extensive experience as a singing teacher. Cost: €100 (for the full series of 8 workshops) Places are limited and pre-booking is ESSENTIAL.
Booking: 094 9023733
VISUAL ART WORKSHOP (ADULTS) Saturday 1st Feb | 2.00pm - 6.00pm
(with a 20 minute break)
BENCHMARK Paper Sculpture Workshop for Adults with Maeve Clancy
Explore the BENCHMARK exhibition and writings in the Linenhall Gallery (see page 21) and using it as inspiration, create a paper sculpture in this intensive workshop. Under the guidance of artist Maeve Clancy participants will visit the gallery and discuss the work on show. They will then visualise their ideas, take part in a cut-paper tutorial, convert their visuals into cut-out designs, before they then cut, fold and assemble their art works. BENCHMARK is a multifaceted arts and heritage project in which Mike McCormack worked with ten Mayo writers and ten visual artists from Engage Studios to explore aspects of bench marks and surveying in the context of local heritage. Maeve Clancy is a hugely skilled visual artist and communicator. She works in installation, animation and comics, theatre set design, story and drawing. She is currently Visual Artist in Residence in Contemporary Drawing at Mary Immaculate College Limerick. Cost: â&#x201A;Ź25 Places are limited and pre-booking is ESSENTIAL.
WORKSHOP (ADULTS) Saturday 1 February 10.30am - 1.30pm (inc. break)
Advanced Fiction Writing for Adults with Elaine Feeney
In this workshop participants will learn how to polish their writing for publication. This workshop will take you through the editing process of an almost ﬁnished product, and advice will be given on where to go when you feel your work is ready for publication. Elaine Feeney is an award winning writer from Galway teaching creative writing at NUIG. Her writing has been shortlisted/Highly Commended by BAFTA, Fish Poetry Prize, Cúirt Prize, Underwire Film Prize and Bucharest Film Prize. Elaine has three collections of poetry published with Salmon Poetry: Where’s Katie?, The Radio was Gospel and RISE. Her debut novel, As You Were, will be published in Spring 2020 by Harvill Secker/Penguin Random House. Cost: €35 Places are limited and pre-booking is ESSENTIAL.
CERAMICS WORKSHOPS (CHILDREN) Thursday 20 February
Clayroots Spring Midterm Ceramics Workshops for 5-7s and 8-12s
with artist Amanda Hickey
One-day workshop: 11.00am-1.00pm for 5-7yrs 2.00pm-4.00pm for 8-12yrs Back by Popular Demand! A fantastic opportunity to work with real potter’s clay in a fun and relaxed environment. Learn basic pottery techniques including coiling, slab work, pinching, modelling and glazing. Each participant will create a unique piece of pottery on a Spring theme which will be taken away ﬁred in a kiln after the workshop. On the day of the workshop participants will be informed of a date for collection. Amanda Hickey studied ceramics at Larkin College and GMIT. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions. She is an experienced workshop facilitator with formal childcare qualiﬁcations. Cost: €15 Places are limited and pre-booking is ESSENTIAL.
Booking: 094 9023733
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