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In the closing two years of the war most Londoners thought that the worst of the bombing raids were over. Instead, for a brief and intense period, a more sinister chapter of death from the skies opened. Flying bombs, launched from occupied Europe, flew into London. They were pilotless and practically without sound, except for a wail as they descended. They terrorised a war-weary people.* Many, who had braved the previous raids, felt that this was a horror too far. They sought refuge in quieter rural areas.
Following their debut, Shorts 11, Barnstorm’s adult theatre club continued to hone their acting skills and began to tackle the role of ‘the director’. The fruits of their labour can be seen at The Barn in this month, when Bits, Bites and Pieces hits the stage.
Barnstorm Theatre Company’s ATC will make their debut in this year's ‘Shorts 11’. After eight months of workshops, training and rehearsals they are ready to tread the boards.
Loughboy Library ishosting a special exhibition this month by Tom Cranny. Tom has previously exhibited during Kilkenny Arts Week.