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Scorch at An Táin Arts Centre

The award winning ‘Scorch’ comes to An Táin Arts Centre on Friday 23rd September at 8:00pm

For those who don’t feel like they’re in the right life, online is a place to be yourself.

“Happiness. Aching, constant, consuming- on there it’s more real than real life. I’m honest on there. I’m being honest.”

Out in the real world though, things can be very different. A story of first love through the eyes of a gender-curious teen Scorch examines how the human story often gets lost amidst the headlines.

Inspired by recent court cases Scorch won Best New Play at the 2015 Irish Times Irish Theatre
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Summer 2016 at An Táin Arts Centre

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

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This May at An Táin Arts Centre

The Matchmaker | Friday 6th May at 8pm

John B Keane Mary McEvoy (Glenroe) and Jon Kenny (d’Unbelievables) star in John B Keane’s comedy drama exploring rural loneliness and the search for love late in life. The play follows the efforts of Dicky Mick Dicky O Connor to make matches for the lonely and lovelorn. Using his inimitable way with words and his one sense of “devilment” and wit, Keane delves into the longings, hungers, fears and foibles of this collection of lonely county people and creates a marvelously colorful world, taking us back to a simpler time, when phones were few and far between
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