Culture Night at Draiocht 2018

July 17, 2018

FRI 21 SEPT 2018      4.30PM-10PM
All Events are Free but Ticketed

Pre-booking tel 01-885 2622 or Register On The Day/Night

FREE SCREENING: Shorts for Wee Ones

4.30PM / Dur 45 mins / Magical Tales for Ages 3+
This collection of short films from around the world will delight anyone over the age of three. There are tales of tigers not eating their vegetables, a bear learning to sing and a very adventurous fish …

FREE SCREENING: Shorts for Middle Ones  
6PM / Dur 55 mins / Exquisite Stories for Ages 8+
With stories of polar bears and shrinking ice caps, mad-cap gold heists and the weird and wonderful worlds of two very different chameleons, these short films offer a broad and brilliant world view - funny, sad, thrilling and emotional.

7PM-8PM   Ages 14-18 Yrs   Draíocht Studio
D15 Youth Theatre members welcome you into their world … bring a friend, introduce them to Draíocht and dip your toe into the waters of a fun Youth Theatre Workshop.

7PM-7.30PM  Draíocht Gallery
Members of the original Clown Choir created by Veronica Coburn as part of a Draíocht residency, just cannot stop singing. They invite you to enjoy a few numbers with them, to sing along, dance if you like, and, of course, smile.

FREE SCREENING: The Piano (1993)
8PM / Dur 121 mins / Cert 16+ / 25th Anniversary Screening
‘The Piano’ is set in New Zealand’s wilderness as Ada McGrath (Holly Hunter), a mute woman, and her daughter Flora (Anna Paquin) arrive from Scotland to start a new life with frontiersman Alistair Stewart (Sam Neill) having been sold to him by her father. Written, directed and produced by Jane Campion and Winner of 3 Academy Awards, 3 BAFTA Awards and Cannes Palme D’Or Winner 1993.

All Events are Free but Ticketed
Pre-booking tel 01-885 2622 or Register On The Day/Night

Draíocht launched its newly installed 4K surround-sound Cinema Equipment on Culture Night 2017 and audiences continue to enjoy our high spec cinema experience. Funded by The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, through their Arts and Culture Capital Scheme 2016-2018.


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