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Linenhall Film Club: Shoplifters

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Linenhall Film Club continues its Spring 2019 programme with Hirokazu Kore-eda’s tender, humorous and moving Japanese drama Shoplifters, screening on Tuesday March 26 at 8pm.

The Music of Mayo - A Musical Heritage Residency at the Linenhall Arts Centre

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The traditional music heritage of Mayo is at the centre of an exciting three-month artist residency at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar this winter. Led by traditional musician and composer Emer Mayock, the residency celebrates traditional music in Mayo and in particular the compositions of Mayo musicians and singers from the past, present and future. The residency will result in a unique digital resource of notated songs and tunes, a CD recording, and a concert featuring Mayo’s leading lights in Traditional music on Wednesday, January 31 at the Linenhall.

Dark Secrets of the Irish Revolution at the Linenhall

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In an evening of satire, history and song, Paddy Cullivan (from RTÉ’s Callan’s Kicks) presents the hugely entertaining The Ten Dark Secrets of the Irish Revolution at the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar on Thursday, November 30 at 8pm.

Chris Wood at the Linenhall

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Chris Wood is an uncompromising writer whose music reveals his love for the unofficial history of the English-speaking people. With gentle intelligence he weaves the tradition with his own contemporary parables.

Concertina ensemble at the Linenhall

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The Irish Concertina Ensemble (ICE) presents a unique and fascinating evening of new and traditionally-based music at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Wednesday, March 15, at 8pm. 

Comedy theatre at the Linenhall

Award-winning new Irish theatre comes to the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Thursday March 3, in the form of Charolais, playwright and actor Noni Stapleton’s quirky, charming, and often hilarious one-woman show

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Ger Mayock retrospective at the Linenhall

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Currently on show in the gallery of the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar is Meadowsweet: A Retrospective, an exhibition that brings together the work of artist Ger Mayock who died in May 2006. Mayock grew up in Ross West, near Castlebar, and his childhood experiences of traditional Irish music and culture went on to inform and inspire a body of work including sculpture, writing, film, music composition, and photography. A close bond with wood and stone dominated Mayock’s work during the final years of his life and he produced a very significant body of sculpture, much of which is on view at this retrospective exhibition. In Mayock’s own words, “The carvings that I make are capturing a moment, be it from a dream or a reality, like an image or, more accurately, a state of mind we have all known from a day or from a lifetime, common to us all and unique to each one of us”. The exhibition also includes Ger Mayock's writings, photography, and his short film War. The exhibition runs until Saturday July 3.

Ger Mayock retrospective at the Linenhall

Currently on show in the gallery of the Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar is Meadowsweet: A Retrospective, an exhibition that brings together the work of artist Ger Mayock who died in May 2006. Mayock grew up in Ross West, near Castlebar, and his childhood experiences of traditional Irish music and culture went on to inform and inspire a body of work including sculpture, writing, film, music composition, and photography. A close bond with wood and stone dominated Mayock’s work during the final years of his life and he produced a very significant body of sculpture, much of which is on view at this retrospective exhibition. In Mayock’s own words, “The carvings that I make are capturing a moment, be it from a dream or a reality, like an image or, more accurately, a state of mind we have all known from a day or from a lifetime, common to us all and unique to each one of us”. The exhibition also includes Ger Mayock's writings, photography, and his short film War. The exhibition runs until Saturday July 3.

 

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