Friday 14th October 2022 – Doors 8pm – Show 8:30pm
Sea Church, Ballycotton, Co. Cork
About Sea Church:
Sea Church is an ambitious events space in Ballycotton, East Cork, It is a multidisciplinary venue housed in a fully refurbished Church of Ireland church. Sea Church maintains its distinctive design attributes.
This project has required attention to detail and the reuse of existing fixtures & features, including the pointed arch stained-glass windows, the slate roof, wrought-iron gates and oak panels.
St John’s Theatre & Arts Centre, Listowel, Co. Kerry
Thursday 1st December 2022 – Show 8pm – Doors 7:30pm
About St. John’s Theatre
Housed in a converted 19th Century Gothic Church in the centre of Listowel’s Georgian Square, St John’s Theatre & Arts Centre & Arts Centre provides a flexible 150 seater space, which receives, develops and commissions professional new artistic work across music, theatre, film, literature and visual art. In 1988 a local voluntary committee began the transformation of the then Church of Ireland building and reopened into what is now St. John’s Theatre & Arts Centre.
Their mission is to support artists and the creation of art; to connect artists and audiences; to provide opportunities for our community to develop their own creativity and create a cultural engagement that enriches the lives of diverse communities in Kerry and beyond.
An Taibhdhearc, Galway City
Friday 29th December 2022 – Show 8pm
About An Taibhdhearc
An Taibhdhearc is situated at 19 Middle Street, within the medieval city of Galway. It is built on the ruins of the city’s original Augustinian friary.
The rear wall incorporates a wall from this friary, including some carved stone window frames. The theatre is used for drama and music productions, and occasionally screens international films. The busiest period for the arts in Galway city each year is the two weeks of the annual Galway International Arts Festival.