Culture Night at Draiocht 2018

Culture Night at Draiocht 2018

Fri 21 Sep 2018 // FREE

All Events are Free but Ticketed
Pre-booking tel 01-8852622 or Register On The Day/Night

FREE SCREENING: Shorts for Wee Ones   4.30PM / Dur 45 mins / Age 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 / Age 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.

YOUTH THEATRE CULTURE – Book Tickets HERE
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.

HALLELUJAH! A CLOWN CHORUS – Book Tickets HERE
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 / 25th Anniversary Screening / Dur 121 mins / Cert 16+
‘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.

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