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Féile Scoildrámaíochta Uladh 2024

Dé Máirt 19ú Márta Seisiún 1 10.00 Scoil Taobhóige – Séarlaí agus an Mhonarcha Seacláide 1510.35 Scoil Éadan Fhionn Fraoich – *Airnéal 211.10 Bunscoil Ard Mhacha – Matilda 1511.45 Gaelscoil na bhFál, Béal Feirste – Annie 912.20 Bunscoil Phobal Feirste – Mary Poppins 1512.55 Bunscoil Phádraig, Crois Mhig Lionnáin – *Cochaillín Dearg agus na Sméara […]

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Amadan Ensemble In his forgotten repair shop Geppetto spends his days half-heartedly fixing broken things, living a life empty of happiness and joy. One night a mysterious and magical visitor comes to Geppetto’s shop and completely turns his life upside down; a lamp causes havoc, a radio bursts into song, and a hoover is determined

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How I Learned About Consent

Based off a decade of research into young people’s sexual experiences, How I Learned About Consent brings this research data to life to explore WHAT we want, HOW we want it, IF we want it, and what happens when we DON’T. Tackling positive and negative sexual experiences from across all genders, all relationships and all

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A man wearing a blonde wig with long plaits holds a tiny trophy. Behind him a man wearing a Darth Vader helmet brandishes a toy lightsaber.

Caith Amach É

High Rock Productions and An Grianán present Caith Amach É, a smash hit comedy based on the Leaving Cert Irish Oral picture sequences. It’s a fast-paced, physical, comic sketch show covering each of the 20 sraith pictiúir for the 2024 Leaving Cert Irish Oral Examination. It’s accessible to students of all levels. Since 2011, Caith

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Danser à Lughnasa

In Rogliano, a small village in Corsica perched above the sea, each year Annie, a housekeeper, Osvaldo, a sailor, Laetitia, a postwoman, Sandrine, a bartender and some other villagers become actors… They have created an amateur company called Cap in Scena and for the past 10 years, over the seasons, against all odds, these men

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Polar Bear & Penguin

Polar Bear & Penguin, a charming play for young audiences written and performed by John Currivan & Paul Curley. The tale of an unlikely encounter between a Polar Bear and a Penguin. This is the story of polar opposite characters meeting for the first time, getting to know one another and learning how to survive

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When the Moon Spun Round

What lies behind the moon once it spins round? An aerial performance entwined with Irish folk music that will leave audiences of all ages enthralled. ***** “Joyous… magical… visually spellbinding” Irish Times Come on an imaginative journey where aerial performers dance and toss like the waves of the sea; where a fiddler soars high; where

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Féile Uladh 2023

Moltóir: Niall Mac Eachmharcaigh Dé Máirt 28 Márta Seisiún 1 🎟️: 10.00. Scoil Phádraig, DobharGadaí na Nollag (Colm Feirtéar), Comórtas 14 10.35. Scoil Naomh Dubhthach, Machaire RabhartaighDeirdre agus Naoise (Fearghal Mac Grianna), Comórtas 2 11.10. Gaelscoil Éadain Mhóir, Doire CholmcilleDr. Cé is na Victeoiraigh (Alicia Uí Chathain), Comórtas 9 11.45. Gaelscoil na mBeann, Cill ChaoilPeadar

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StrongWomen Science

Ever wanted to know how you balance a chair on your chin, if you can juggle liquid, or how circus performers eat fire? StrongWomen Aoife and Maria reveal the scientific secrets behind their astounding tricks. In a fun, lively and fast-paced circus performance, find out how jugglers, acrobats and hula hoop artists use science to

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Backstage Theatre presents Lúminaria


Lúminaria is an out of this world show to suit all classes from 6 – 12 year olds. Best of all we’re making it available for free! Backstage Theatre presentsLúminaria By Fionnuala Gygax. Directed by Maisie Lee There is an emergency in the village of Lúminaria and only Lúna can save them. Join Lúna on

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WHALE TALES and Fairy Folk Songs

NB: Available exclusively for DEIS national schools. Suitable for 4th, 5th and 6th class pupils “Whale Tales and Fairy Folk Songs” A Children’s Celebration! Join the Degani Piano Trio of pianist Rachel Quinn, violinist Alan Smale and cellist Annette Cleary along with Donegal artist Kim Sharkey and her magical live drawings of whales and other

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