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Moonfish stage Mad Sweeney for Galway Early Music Festival

As part of this weekend’s Galway Early Music Festival, Moonfish Theatre Company are presenting a new stage version of the famous old Irish saga, Mad Sweeney/Buile Shuibhne. The story relates how a cleric puts a curse of madness on the Ulster king Sweeney who, there after, spends his days roaming, bird-witted, through the treetops of Ireland, shunning human company and enduring nakedness, hunger and loneliness. At every stop in Sweeney’s flight through Ireland, he pauses to give a poem on the location and his plight, with his descriptions of the countryside and nature, as well as his pathos, being both vivid and moving.

Drama, heritage, and music at Coole

Drama, heritage, and musical events for all ages will take place in Coole this week as part of the Coole Spring Cultural Programme.

Music, heritage, and sean nós at Coole

Coole Park will play host to a special event on the prehistoric, Celtic, and early medieval musical instruments of Ireland this evening (Thursday) as part of the Coole Spring Programme.

 

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