St John's Listowel
LYRA VOCAL ENSEMBLE
From St. Petersburg, Russia, the group will present Russian Folk Songs and charts of the Russian Orthodox Church.
AN EVENING WITH MARK TWAIN
Performance Exchange England presents a play based on the author best known for the novels Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.
The folk singer/songwriter’s career spans fifty years, beginning as frontman for Granny’s Intentions in the 1960’s. His song The Voyage has become a modern classic and is featured in his latest album, The Irishman’s Finest Collection.
EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE
An art exhibition by David Morrison who fuses digital technology with real world materials of paper, paint, etc. Opening at 8pm by Jerry Kennelly, founder and CEO of Stockbyte and Tweak. All welcome.
Mon 21st to Tue 22nd
THE MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS
Hilarious comedy by Ian Wild presented by St. John’s Youth Theatre and directed by Chris Fitzgerald.
GUESS WHO’S COMING TO DINNER
A classic film from 1967 with Spencer Tracy, Sidney Poitier and Katherine Hepburn. A May Film Tour in association with Access Cinema.
UNA KEANE – SOLO PIANO
A quiet and reflective piano recital featuring work from Una’s latest album, “As I Wake, Still I Dream”. The performance will also feature old black and white film footage.
THE MIDNIGHT COURT
A Clareman takes a stroll around Lough Greaney and finds himself hauled before a Judge. His crime? Failing to act like a real man. Brian Merriman’s epic is brought to life by Gerry Howard – sharp, witty, coarse, vicious and hilarious. The one they forgot to ban!
1pm TWO OF CLUBS
An epic tale set against the backdrop of the old New York Jazz scene. A sentimental story about sacrifice with superb vocals from Jessica Leen.
2.30pm ART EXHIBITION – PAULINE BEWICK
5.30pm JON MCGREGOR – RESERVOIR 13
An interactive event based on his latest novel which explores the rhythms of the natural world and the repeated human gift for violence.
8.30pm THE GOOD FATHER
Written by Listowel native Christian O’Reilly, starring Liam Heslin and Rachel O’Byrne, directed by Aonghas Og McNally, the play is presented by Rise Productions. Winner of The Stewart Parker Trust Award, a journey of love, loss and redemption.