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Upcoming Events

Film- I am Not a Witch-(2017) (12A) ( Drama) (UK)

 

Date:Thursday March 1st 8pm
Tickets: €7/€5 (students)
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I am not a Witch

Following a banal incident in her local village, 8-year old girl Shula is accused of witchcraft. After a short trial she is found guilty, taken into state custody and exiled to a witch camp in the middle of a desert. At the camp she takes part in an initiation ceremony where she is shown the rules surrounding her new life as a witch. Like the other residents, Shula is tied to a ribbon which is attached to a coil that perches in a large tree. She is told that should she ever cut the ribbon, she'll be cursed and transformed into a goat.

 

 

Film- 'Lost in Paris'- KFS (2016) French/Belgian (1h46mins)

 

Date: Thursday 15 March 8pm
Tickets: €7 / €5 (students)
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Lost in Paris

Lost in Paris (original title: Paris pieds nus) is a 2016 French-Belgian comedy film written, directed and co-produced by Dominique Abel and Fiona Gordon, starring Gordon as a Canadian librarian who meets a homeless man (played by Abel) in Paris. The film also features Emmanuelle Riva and Pierre Richard. The film had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival on 2 September 2016. It received three nominations at the 8th Magritte Awards, including Best Film.

 

 

Film - 'The Death of Stalin' -KFS (2017)- Biography/Comedy/Drama

 

Date: Thursday 29 March  8pm
Tickets: €7 /€5 (students)
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The Death of Stalin

 

Follows the Soviet dictator's last days and depicts the chaos of the regime after his death. Known and loved for lacerating political satires The Thick of It, In the Loop and Veep, Armando Iannucci has a gift for skewering incompetent authority figures – locating the humour in their bumbling errors – as well as for truly creative, foul-mouthed insults. Iannucci and Soviet Russia: on paper, it’s a match made in heaven – both an opportunity to capitalise on anti-Russia sentiment and a chance to jab one of history’s most notorious autocrats in the ribs at a time when dictatorial, power-drunk figures are actually in power. A shame, then, that it doesn’t jab hard enough.

 

 

Visual Arts- February Exhibition- Laura Morgan

 

Runs throughout February
Free event - All welcome

Through My Eyes - Photographic Exhibition by Laura Morgan to raise funds for the Carnegie Arts Centre.

I am delighted to be associated with the Carnegie Arts Centre in exhibiting some of my favourite photographs during the month of February and invite everyone to call there to view the collection. All proceeds from the sale of any prints will be donated to the Carnegie in support of its endeavours. 

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Semi-Private by Mary Halpin-The Carnegie Players- 1st Night

March 2nd - Gala opening night - 7.30pm - Curtain up 8pm
Tickets: €15/€12 (students) -Further performances 3rd, 4th & 5th March

 The Carnegie Players return with 'Semi - Private' by Mary Halpin

 Semi-Private was Mary Halpin's first play and it won the 1982 Irish Times/Dublin Theatre Festival award for a play by a woman writer. Her other work for television includes 'Fair City' and “Harbour Hotel” for Radio.

Semi-Private is set in a gynaecological ward of a Dublin hospital. The four patients, a nun, a hard-nosed feminist, a nouveau riche housewife and an outspoken working-class shop girl, all have medical problems that are somewhat a reflection of their individual lifestyles, and may hide deeper psychological problems. In such close proximity to each other, the four women are forced to deal with each other's differences.

 

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Music - Tim Edey in Concert

 

Date: Friday April 6th 2018
Tickets: €18

Tim Edey Live at The Carnegie

Tim Edey (BBC Radio Two's Musician of the year 2012 (BBC R2 FOLK AWARDS) multi- instrumentalist and singer, has toured the world and recorded with most of the major names in Celtic/Contemporary roots music including; The Chieftains, Christy Moore, Sharon Shannon, Natalie MacMaster, Altan, Caper caillie, Brendan Power, Michael McGoldrick, Seamus Begley, Dougie Maclean, The Barra
> MacNeills, JP Cormier, Shaun Davey, Session A9, Lunasa, Vinnie Kilduff , Mary Black, Session A9, Julie Fowlis, Frankie Gavin to name but a few...

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Drama - 'The Pillowman' by Martin McDonagh- 1st Night

 

Friday April 13th - 8pm -  Opening night
Tickets:€12/ €9 (conc)- suitable for age 16+ 

Rolling Clouds Theatre Company presents:

 A writer living in a totalitarian state is interrogated over the content of his stories which bear a striking resemblence to a series of child killings that are terrorising the town.

An Olivier-Award winning dark comedy by Martin McDonagh, the writer behind "In Bruges", "Seven Psychopaths" and most recently, "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." Starring Kyle Moss, Mike Brosnan, Barra de Bhál and Niall O'Sullivan. Directed by Tommy Daly.

 

 

Semi-Private by Mary Halpin-The Carnegie Players- 2nd Night

 

Saturday March 3rd - 8pm
Tickets: Price €15/€12 (Students)

The Carnegie Players return with 'Semi - Private' by Mary Halpin

Semi-Private is set in a gynaecological ward of a Dublin hospital. The four patients, a nun, a hard-nosed feminist, a nouveau riche housewife and an outspoken working-class shop girl, all have medical problems that are somewhat a reflection of their individual lifestyles, and may hide deeper psychological problems. In such close proximity to each other, the four women are forced to deal with each other's differences.

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Semi-Private by Mary Halpin-The Carnegie Players- 3rd Night

 

Sunday March 4th  8pm
Tickets - €15/€12(students)

The Carnegie Players return with 'Semi - Private' by Mary Halpin

 

Semi-Private was Mary Halpin's first play and it won the 1982 Irish Times/Dublin Theatre Festival award for a play by a woman writer. Her other work for television includes 'Fair City' and “Harbour Hotel” for Radio.

Semi-Private is set in a gynaecological ward of a Dublin hospital. The four patients, a nun, a hard-nosed feminist, a nouveau riche housewife and an outspoken working-class shop girl, all have medical problems that are somewhat a reflection of their individual lifestyles, and may hide deeper psychological problems. In such close proximity to each other, the four women are forced to deal with each other's differences.

 

 

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Film/Documentary- 'Fair Day 1983' (Patsy O'Sullivan) & 'Men of Straw' by Matt Sullivan

Saturday April 7th - Two Screenings -  6pm and 8pm

Tickets: €8/€5 ( students)
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Film/Documentary- 'Fair Day 1983' (Patsy O'Sullivan) & 'Men of Straw' by Matt Sullivan- 6pm Screening

 

“The 15th of August Fair 1983” is a documentary by Patsy O’ Sullivan that chronicles 
this social gathering 35 years ago. We get a great insight into the social history of 
Kenmare and the surrounding areas while also meeting some of the characters that 
brought it to life.

“Men Of Straw” is a short documentary by Matt Sullivan, it follows the O’Sullivan family from South Kerry as they strive to keep an ancient tradition alive. They wonder if their personal commitment is enough to make it last in modern times.

 

 

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