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Input > Output: Exhibition by Pól Murphy

30/07/2015 @ 19:00 - 16/09/2015 @ 19:00
Gerard Dillon Gallery

You are invited to attend the opening of Input>Output an exhibition by Paul Murphy at 7pm on Thursday, 30 July, 2015, in the Gerard Dillon Gallery, Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich. In his work, Pól Murphy (b. 1991) offers a reinterpretation of industry and engineers temporary installations/sculptures using manufactured materials and found objects.  The work is produced through a performance of engineering and problem solving, using raw construction materials along with custom made or found objects. The artist sets himself a straightforward task…

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Back to the landscape: Photographs by Malachi O’Doherty

30/07/2015 @ 19:00 - 16/09/2015 @ 17:00

You are invited to attend the opening of Back to the landscape at 7pm on Thursday, 30 July 2015, in the Ballaí Bána Gallery, Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich. Well known as a provocative columnist and broadcaster, Malachi O’Doherty gives us an altogether different insight into his eye on the world in this exhibition of landscapes from Donegal, views which will be familiar to the many from Belfast who have holidayed in the shadow of Errigal. You are also invited to…

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£8 - £10

“Two Sore Legs” by Brenda Murphy

02/08/2015 @ 20:00 - 22:00
Two Sore Legs Maria Connolly - Hand on Hips (Photo Credit Elaine Hill)

Two Sore Legs By Brenda Murphy Directed by Martin Lynch Original Direction by Noreen Kershaw A one-person show featuring Maria Connolly. Set in Belfast in the 1950’s and 60’s Two Sore Legs is a powerful, autobiographical play.  Brenda Murphy’s mother Bridie, a young Butlin’s Redcoat, had 6 children by a married man who lived around the corner with his other family. The play explores the pain, the joy and the fall-out from this extraordinary family arrangement.  From the rowdy, fractious…

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‘800 Years of Annoying the English’

03/08/2015 @ 20:00 - 21:00

You thought you knew Irish History? Think again! This show, in English, sets out to reveal the shocking truth about our past, from St Patrick to Westlife, in a roller coaster, surreal and musical hour long show. ‘800 Years Of Annoying The English’ sees our disgraced historian Professor Fitznipple present his controversial new book ‘800 Years Of Annoying the English’ to the world. He will take you on a journey that sees St Patrick use his consultancy skills to convert…

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Gaels of Laughter: Comedy night as Gaeilge

04/08/2015 @ 20:00 - 22:00
Siobhán Nic Cionnaith Theatre

A great night of comedy is promised for the first night of Belfast’s first Irish language comedy club – Fuirse Feirste – during Féile an Phobail on 4 August. Headline acts include Paddy McDonnell, Michael Mee and Ger Staunton. There will also be an open mic opportunity!

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Out of the Ashes

06/08/2015 @ 19:00 - 21:00
Amharclann Shiobháín Mhic Cionnaith

A documentary by director Seán Murray, detailing the spirited history of Belfast’s Clonard area. The film takes a look at the short history of the Clonard area from its humble beginnings to the political events leading up to and after the burning of Bombay Street. CHANGE OF DATE: This film will now be shown on Thursday, 6 August, at 7pm, AND NOT on Wednesday 5 August at 7pm as previously advertised. Free admission.

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Book launch and poetry reading: Elaine Gaston: The Lie of the Land

06/08/2015 @ 19:00 - 20:00
An Taisciumar

You are invited to attend a poetry reading from  The Lie of the Land the début poetry collection  by Elaine Gaston   at 7pm on Thursday, 6 August 2015, in Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich.   Elaine Gaston is from the north coast of Ireland and currently holds an ACES Award for Poetry from ACNI. She has won awards and prizes for her poetry including a Commendation in the Patrick Kavanagh Award in 2013 and 2014, a Commendation in the National Poetry Competition…

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CultúrChlub – Cabaret Chultúrtha

06/08/2015 @ 19:30 - 22:00
Siobhán Nic Cionnaith Theatre
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The CultúrChlub is the Cultúrlann’s new cultural cabaret featuring top class music, comedy, food and drink which we hope will attract countless new visitors to our venue in order to get a flavour of the local culture. New trad outfit, Athrú, Mary Ryan and Dick Farrelly with their unique blend of blues and Gaeilge and other top class performers will take the stage in this unique entertainment.  Cabaret goers will be able to dine from our Pintxos Gaelach menu while…

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The Lantern Man – le Jane Coyle.

07/08/2015 @ 13:00 - 08/08/2015 @ 14:00
Amharclann Shiobháín Mhic Cionnaith

Gortaithe agus an saol ag dul ina éadan, fileann Johnny McGrath abhaile ón chogaíocht ar an Fronta Thiar go cathair gur beag a aithníonn sé. Fuair sé na céadta sleamhnán lóchrainn ghloine le hoidhreacht gan choinne agus beartaíonn sé ar iad a chur ar taispeáint agus fíorscéal an chogaidh a insint don ghnáthphobal. Agus seo á ndéanamh aige, tugann sé beirt bhan ó chúlraí éagsúla le chéile, agus iad aontaithe de dheasca eachtra tragóidí a tharla i rith an chogaidh.…

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Gráinne Holland – Album launch

11/09/2015 @ 20:00 - 22:00
Siobhán Nic Cionnaith Theatre
Gráinne Holland

Earlier this Summer Gráinne Holland and her husband Frainc had their first baby, Naoise, and we congratulate them on their happy news.   In little more than a month Gráínne will be celebrating yet another addition to her family – this time her second album – with a launch at the Cultúrlann. Gráinne has lined up an allstar group of musicians to join her on the Cultúrlann stage for the launch of the album, on the Gael Linn label, on…

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