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A study aid for second level students featuring key scenes from exam texts Philadelphia, Here I Come, Romeo and Juliet, and Macbeth with additional commentary from teacher Michael Kelly and director Iarla McGowan. FREE TO WATCH.

The Morrigan

The Ancient Irish Gods and Goddesses have been roused from their slumber! This clown…ahem…goddess must find a way back to the Otherworld but before she does, she wants to know what on earth has been happening since she last walked it. First presented for Culture Night 2020, The Morrigan is a high energy show with …

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Sister Black

Catherine Black (1878-1949) MBE, was born in Ramelton. She trained as a nurse in England and worked in the slums of Whitechapel, at the Somme in World war 1, and as King George V’s private nurse in the last 7 years of his life. Her memoir ‘King’s nurse Beggar’s nurse’ was published in 1939 and …

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Original monologues written and performed by An Grianán Youth Theatre’s senior class for their autumn 2020 term.

Little Acorns: Online Mass

Mass in the time of Covid – Packie is unimpressed when his wife Kathleen starts to deliver mass at the breakfast table. Charlie Bonner and Cathleen Bradley star in the third of our Little Acorns commissions.

Little Acorns: Taster Session

For some life is a rollercoaster, for others it’s a treadmill of discontent. And for Annette? Well, maybe the gym isn’t for her.

Little Acorns: Joss Paper and Roast Duck

In Joss Paper and Roast Duck a man is startled when his wife presents a shopping list – for her afterlife. Written by Eve Li and directed by Karen Quinn.

Little Acorns: The Hug

Written by Michelle Dennehy, The Hug is a tender story about the flights of fancy a little girl and her grandmother enjoy as they play together.

North West Slainte (skating documentary)

Boardering Lockdown is a short documentary about skate boarding in Letterkenny and Derry. It was created for our Lasta Young Curators Festival by Ailis Cross Gorman.

Revved WIP

A short documentary which takes a look at the making of Revved, a new play by local writer and actor Patrick Quinn.

Cormac McCarthy with Micheál Murray

Cormac McCarthy, our musician in residence in July 2021 as part of the Improvised Music Company’s Navigator Jazz Residency is joined by Donegal musician Micheál Murray on alto sax for this concert which was specially recorded for the Earagail Arts Festival