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KARL MCDERMOTT, the Galway born writer whose short story collection, Juggling With Turnips, was published earlier this year, reads at the next Over The Edge in the Galway City Library.
A host of broadcasters from the Celtic regions have joined forces to set up an exciting new media production fund to develop new drama, animation, and factual programmes in the Celtic languages.
A WEEK and a half into the 40th GIAF and the highlight so far for yours truly, and many others, was Kneehigh Theatre Company’s Tristan & Yseult. Emma Rice’s exuberant, funny, romantic and moving take on the story of a medieval love triangle was a joy from start to finish.
The Mirror and the Maze is the title of a new exhibition of original paintings and designs by Celtic artist Mike Terrett. The show includes past work as well as new designs completed over the past two years. Mazes and labyrinths are reflected alongside intricate knots and spirals. Themes from myths and legends also appear. Featured is a stunning new painting called: ‘The Rose Labyrinth’.
EMBROIDERED BANNERS designed by Jack B Yeats are among the items of Celtic Revival art that will be on display in the Clonfert Diocesan Museum in Loughrea.
Castlebar Celtic will have a weekend off before their next outing in the Women’s National League on Sunday week, when they travel to Belfield to take on UCD Waves in round 17 of the Women’s National League.
This weekend sees Castlebar Celtic have a bye in the Continental Tyres Women’s National League. Last Sunday they put their eighth point of the season on the board thanks to a 2-2 draw away to Peamount United. The point sees Celtic remain in fifth place in the table, two points in front of Galway WFC in sixth place, and four ahead of the bottom placed Cork City Women’s FC. While Wexford Youths and UCD Waves are well out in front at the top of the table, Celtic will still be eyeing up the chance to reel in both Raheny United and Peamount United who are currently sitting in the two spots above them in the table over the second half of the season.
The Cloak, a newly commissioned stage show written and directed by Irish artistic director Pádraig J Dunne is an explosion of Celtic song and dance showcasing the remarkable life of St Brigid of Kildare, which can only be described as spellbinding. Mr Dunne, who is known for his unique visionary techniques, will include a stunning audio visual presentation as part of the production shot in beautiful locations around Ireland including Glendalough, The Curragh, and Brittas Bay.
THE CELTS and the Romans were never bosom buddies. The Celts sacked Rome in 390 AD and Caesar conquered Gaul in the Fifties BC.
The next talk in the series of winter lectures will be Unearthing the Ancient Celts. It will be given by Professor John Waddell of NUI Galway, and will be on Tuesday February 21 at 8pm at The Atlantic Coast Hotel.