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Summer 2016 at An Táin Arts Centre

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Classical guitarist Pat Coldrick | Friday 17th June at 8pm

Pat has been described as ‘pushing the boundaries of classical guitar’ with his musical interpretations and compositions and has made classical guitar exciting, interesting and more accessible to music lovers in general. Once Pat begins to play people are immediately captivated by his dedication, passion and skill. His interpretation and delivery of each piece combined with his superb artistry as a performer results in a unique ability to both make his audience laugh and move them to tears.

Tickets: €15 / €12
Booking 042 9332332 / www.antain.ie

FILM CLUB: Papusza | Tuesday 28th June 8:30pm

Based on a real story, Papusza tells the dramatic tale of the popular but controversial Gypsy poet, Bronislawa Wajs who was one of the first Romani to put on the page poems that came out of what was traditionally an oral literary tradition. Her work reached a wide audience in 1950s Poland, but success took a deep personal toll, as she dealt with resentment from her own community and charges of collaboration with the communist government in suppressing her own people. Starring: Jowita Budnik, Zbigniew Walerys, Antoni Pawlicki

Tickets: €7
Booking 042 9332332 / www.antain.ie

Our Story So Far | 29th – 30th June at 8pm

The latest show from Encore Productions promises to take you on a dizzying ride through Irish history – from the glaciation to the Proclamation and beyond! Join the cast as they battle with bears and Vikings, come face to face with Finn McCool and the Hound of Ulster himself. Share the dream of St Brigid and sail with the Pirate Queen before witnessing the tragedy of the famine and emigrations. With the Bogman as your guide, join us on a journey through myth, history and legend – a path that brings us to the Rising of 1916 before asking the audience to think of their own big idea for the Ireland of the present and the future.

Devised by the cast and featuring actors from RehabCare Resource Centre Dundalk and special guests from the MASF Dundalk School of Martial Arts, Carol Leavy School of Irish Dance, DKIT Music department and young musicians from Comhaltas. The show will also feature art and film created together with the Social Care Department of DKIT and Transition Year students from Colaiste Rís School. A feast for the eyes that is sure to make you think.

Tickets: €5
Booking 042 9332332 / www.antain.ie