When: Wednesday 6th March
Branar, in association with Riverbank Arts Centre, present Woolly’s Quest
This is the epic story of Woolly, the bravest of all sheep. Woolly was the first sheep who dared to be different, she dared to be adventurous, she dared to discover what happens to her wool.
Join Woolly on her audacious quest to reclaim her shorn fleece, marvel at her sheer bravery on a journey fraught with peril to learn what life looms beyond the gate.
A rip-roaring yarn, Woolly’s Quest has it all; Branar weaves together storytelling, music, song and puppetry in a pulsating show that will have audiences of all ages hooked!
Ages: 4+ (Junior Infants - 4th Class)
Duration: 45 minutes approx.
Caith Amach É
When: Tuesday 12th March
Time: 10:30am & 12.30pm
Tickets: €10 (Teachers go free)
High Rock Productions presents Caith Amach É, A smash hit comedy based on the Leaving Cert Irish Oral picture sequences.
Seó grinn den chéad scoth bunaithe ar an sraith pictiúr don Ardteistiméireacht.
Clúdaítear gach sraith don Bhéaltriail 2018 i seó bríomhar, barúil agus spreagúil, lán le stíleanna éagsúla drámaíochta: ceol, puipéid, idirghníomhaíocht agus aisteoireacht fhisiciúil.
It’s a fast-paced, physical, comic sketch show covering each of the 20 sraith pictiúir for the 2017 Leaving Cert Irish Oral Examination. The show uses a unique mix of theatrical devices such as clown, puppetry, music and audience interaction to bring the sraithpictiúir to life. It’s accessible to students of all levels.
"The show was excellent, the production was really funny and full of energy. The students loved it. They didn't want to go back to class. I'd recommend every teacher in the country to try it. In one word 'Brilliant'” Caitríona McElwaine, Cólaiste Cholmchile, Ballyshannon
"The show was excellent. The students really enjoyed it. The production was inspiring and imaginative." Eileen Dineen, Scoil Naomh Mhuire,Corcaigh
“I couldn't recommend this show highly enough. It gave inspiration and self-confidence to students as they prepare for the oral exam." Darren Breathnach, Colaiste Pobail Castelknock
Return of Spring
Wednesday 3rd April
Time: 10:00am & 12pm
Tickets: €7 / €5
Every year in Whistleberry Forest, the creatures of the forest look forward to the end of the frosty Winter and to the beginning of Spring. This year was a little different however, as Springtime had arrived much earlier than usual. All the hibernating animals, except for Huggy the hedgehog, were still curled up fast asleep. Huggy must go on an adventurous musical quest in search of evidence of Spring if he is to convince his friends that it is time to wake up.
Produced by Ceol Connected, this wonderfully interactive performance is led by Thomas Johnston (whistles, song and uilleann pipes) and Púca Puppets’ Niamh Lawlor. Directed by Emelie Fitzgibbon. Set design by Eve Fisher. Suitable for children ages 3-6 years and their adults.