NEXT Tuesday September 11 sees funnyman Ger Carey come to the Dunamaise.
Ger Carey’s Psycho Spaghetti is a brilliant comedy written specifically for transition year students and young people of a similar age.
This hilarious one-man show attempts to answer the age-old question: Just what is going on inside the teenage brain?
The show aims to get teenagers to laugh at themselves and view themselves as part of a bigger picture. Book now to guarantee your students a fantastic theatrical experience. The show is also suitable for LCA, Youth Reach and even grown-ups.
On Friday September 14, the cinema club in the Dunamaise will be showing ‘The Angel’s Share’. The film is set in Kumba, a small town in southwest Cameroon.
Six-year-old Manka has fled her house an cruel aunt. Sonita courageously accuses her neighbor of rape. Amina decides to end her marriage with a brutal man by taking him to court. The film follows two women, the Counselor of State and the Presiding Judge, in their daily work: to bring aid to these women determined to put an end to their harsh lives. Directed by Ken Loach, the film stars Roger Allam, Daniel Portman, John Henshaw and William Ruane.
Later in the month on September 21, Music Generation Laois host a Stampede Drumming Workshop with Eddie O’Neil. Members of the public, of all ages and abilities, are invited to come along.
Learn about the huge variety of rhythms within African drumming and create polyrhythmic beats using djembes, bass drums and congas under Eddie’s guidance. Contact Music Generation Laois on 057 86 74370 or the Dunamaise for more.