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Dónal Clancy - Folk 'n Blues Revue

Thursday 20th February 2020 / 8:15pm

We are delighted to welcome Dónal Clancy back to the Brewery with his new Touring Show. The Folk ‘n Blues Revue includes bluesy versions of  songs from legends like Bob Dylan, Elizabeth Cotton, Rev Gary Davis, Mississippi John Hurt, Big Bill Broonzy among many others. It also includes brilliant versions of the classics - Mr Bojangles, Dirty Old Town and Candyman, along with some of Dónal’s own compositions.
Dónal tells of the history of the songs and his personal connection to them, and regales audiences with stories of  how he met a few of the legends with his father.....

Tickets €20.00    Phone 086 127 4736 to book

 

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Poetry Plus Night

Friday 28th February 2020 / 8:15pm

Share new writing, old writing, any writing that challenges and/or gives pleasure

 

For more information contact Margaret on margaretwriting@gmail.com

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Tearoom Sessions - TBC

Friday 6th March 2020 / 8:15pm

Artist(s) TBC

For more Information or to Book - contact Paul on 087 404 7803

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Film Club - Le Brio

Tuesday 10th March 2020 / 8:15pm

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.

Presented with the support of the French Embassy and the Institut Français.

Members €4.00 / Non-Members €7.00

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Poetry Plus Night

Friday 20th March 2020 / 8:15pm

Share new writing, old writing, any writing that challenges and/or gives pleasure

 

For more information contact Margaret on margaretwriting@gmail.com

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Spring Production

Sunday 29th March - Sunday 5th April / 8:15pm

Rehearsals are underway for our Spring Production - watch this space for more info.....

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Writer's Weekend 2020

17th - 19th April 2010

'Every story has a beginning, a muddle, and an end.' Philip Larkin
Introducing a mix of theory, writing prompts and group discussion, this weekend course will steer participants through the elements of writing effective fiction. Referencing proven masters, Lisa Harding will focus on  'Voice, Character and Dramatic Action' in fiction, and Alan McMonagle will examine beginnings and endings; voice, tone and point-of-view; characterisation and dialogue; language and setting; and, of course, 'the muddle'. We will also look at what fiction, both long and short, attempts to achieve, and apply prompt-based exercises to topics covered. "

Click here for more info.....

 

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BREWERY LANE THEATRE & ARTS CENTRE. 
 

off Castle Street, Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary E32 HD74

086 127 4736   brewerylanetheatre@gmail.com
 

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