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Summer / Autumn 2018 Arts & Cultural Programme

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Classical Concert Tour 











‘8strings2bow’  Elizabeth Cooney (violin) & Gerald Peregrine (cello)

Friday 13th April 2018 8pm

‘8strings2abow’ is nationwide tour by celebrated Irish musicians, Elizabeth Cooney, violin, and Gerald Peregrine, cello. The 13 date tour will feature masterworks from the classical repertoire, as well as newly commissioned works by leading Irish composers. Enjoy a night of virtuoso playing in the company of these talented artists’.

Tickets €15 / €12. Pre-booking essential on 066 9478956.

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One-woman theatrical show


Sideways on Planet Piano

Written & performed by Ruti Lachs

Saturday 19th May 2018 8pm

.’Sideways on Planet Piano’ is a unique and original one-woman show. It is the moving and
amusing musical story of an ordinary single woman who parties, brings up her son, has
various relationships, and struggles with huge problems – like what to do next. Advice is
given by the adult son and the very Jewish grandma. This intimate 50 minute show, written
and performed by Ruti Lachs, is by turns comedic, moving, and challenging. The melodic
elements draw on klezmer, folk, jazz, and blues styles. Tickets €10. Pre-booking essential on 066 9478956.

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An Evening With Joni Mitchell feat. Liz Scattergood 

Saturday 2nd June 2018 8pm

You may know Liz Scattergood for her healing hands as an aromatherapist in Kerry but little did
you know that in a previous life she was a professional musician back in the UK for over 15 years.
This June 2nd, Liz will be embarking on the first solo gig in 5 years in the fabulous Tech Amergin
Arts Centre. A welcome return to the stage for this accomplished and experienced singer
Centring her gig on the work of Joni Mitchell, the world renowned singer songwriter, Grammy
award winner and artist from Canada, Liz’s passion for this woman’s work has continued for over
3 decades. An expert on her life, music and performances, the evening will include some stories
about the songs, her life and loves too as well as Liz’s own, well crafted songs which have been
likened to the work of Joni herself.
Liz’s soaring contralto voice, her guitar playing and the accompaniment of her husband and fellow
musician Andrew Skatz Scattergood will make for a fabulous evening of exquisite music and
songwriting for all music lovers to enjoy.

Tickets €15/€12.. Pre-booking essential on 066 9478956.




28870849_10213315318212315_1919691572998273852_nJames and ColinGARY FERGUSON, COLIN & JAMES HENRY – SUNDAY 8TH JULY 8pm

Gary Ferguson from Pennsylvania, USA is an award winning singer and songwriter. He wrote his first song in 1969 and since then his songs have been recorded by both himself and many other Bluegrass artists. He has had two #2 songs on the “Bluegrass Unlimited Top 30″. His song “Last Day at Gettysburg” was a big hit for Larry Sparks, and has become a “Bluegrass Classic”.

Colin Henry- From North Antrim, Colin was brought up on the late night sessions in his family hotel. His first performance at the age of 15 was on tenor banjo at a Saturday night dinner dance. He has been playing and performing ever since and is one of Irelands leading dobro players having recorded for, and played with, many artists and bands. Colin will be accompanied wby his son James.

TICKETS €15 / €12 conc. Pre – booking essential on 066 9478956 /


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‘After Sarah Miles’

Written and performed by Michael Hilliard Mulcahy

Saturday 14th July 2018 8pm

Kerry playwright and actor Michael Hilliard Mulcahy in Tech Amergin Arts Centre Waterville this Saturday with his one man play ‘After Sarah Miles’.

After Sarah Miles is a one hour fifteen minute solo performance that chronicles 35 years in the life of ‘Bobeen’, a Dingle fisherman whose first job (as a fourteen year old) is on the set of Ryan’s Daughter, where Robert Mitchum buys him his very first drink and Sarah Miles is the subject of his first serious crush.

Bobeen still longs for the American dream long after the film crew pull outa town, however life becomes a bit of rollercoaster until one faithful evening when a bottlenose dolphin guides his boat into Dingle bay….

Tickets €12. Pre-booking essential on 066 9478956



Ciaran Tourish, Kevin Doherty & Dermot Byrne

Tech Amergin Arts Centre

Thursday 23rd August 8pm


Tickets €15 / €12. Pre-booking essential on 066 9478956. Run in conjunction with the Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival.




AnTara (Tommy Hayes & Matthew Noone)  Saturday 29th September 8pm

Contemporary Irish duo who explore the boundaries of traditional music.  Utilizing a 23 stringed hybrid Indian lute called sarode and a plethora of percussion, this duo has been earning a reputation for their subtle yet intense interpretations of traditional material from both Ireland and India as well innovative original compositions. Tickets €15 / €12. Pre-booking essential – Box Office 066 9478956.

REVIEWS for debut album The Space Between

“a unique collaboration producing a delightful aural journey that knows no borders and defies categorisation” CARL CORCORAN, RTE LYRIC FM

“beautiful unique and profound music” Celtic Road Radio

“unique and interesting…multiple layers of significance” -Sing Out!-

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Produced in association with THEATRE UPSTAIRS presents (@TUpstairs)
A new play by Ken Rogan
Directed by Amilia Stewart, starring Daithí Mac Suibhne (@dotknee)
 Saturday 13th October 8pm

Hero by Ken Rogan is an original work about a man’s struggles with love. Life quickly grows more complicated for
Smithy (Daithí Mac Suibhne) after a chance encounter with Marissa. This is one man’s hilarious, down to earth odyssey through love,
ankle injuries and what happens when you don’t know how to lose…

Tickets €15 / €12. Pre-booking essential – Box Office 066 9478956.











Saturday 17th November 2018 8pm

Ireland’s biggest lama Kevin McAleer continues his series of worldwide apparitions in 2018, with mindfulness, bananarama yoga, avocado dream therapy, vegan dentistry, moon walking with wolves, coffee visualization, and ego massage. McAleer achieved full spiritual enlightenment after meditating for forty years under the legendary Deepjoy Chakra in Palookaville. His Mindless Nationalism Institute™, founded in Belfast in 1972, has gone viral in the 21st century. Guru McAleer will be signing copies of his very latest awareness bestseller, The Idiot’s Guide to Self Love, which has been translated into more than 94,000 languages worldwide and beyond. An evening of divine light entertainment not to be missed.

‘Immaculate mastery of language’ The Scotsman

‘Will leave your head spinning and your cheeks hurting’ British Comedy Guide

Tickets €20. Pre-booking essential – Box Office 066 9478956.