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August 2018

The Bold Brigit Cleary by Eve O’Mahony – Kilkee Playwrights Festival

August 4 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
€12

A day ticket can be purchased at the price of €35 / €30 concession and will cover all the plays and readings and talks held on Saturday the 4th Aug. To avail of this ticket you must ring the box office on 065 9060769 as its not available to purchase online. 'The Bold Brigit Cleary' This is a one-woman play about the infamous murder of Brigid Cleary, a young dress-maker, by her husband in Tipperary in 1895. Written and performed…

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Charlie O’Neill in conversation with Alan Archbold

August 4 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
€15

Well known local playwright, Charlie O'Neill in conversation with Alan Archbold, actor and senior story writer with Fair City. Featuring readings from Charlie's play Hurl followed by Q & A Seniors and students can attend this event for €12.

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The Alternative by Anne Henning Joceyln – Kilkee Playwrights Festival

August 4 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
€8

Day tickets for Kilkee Playwrights Festival are available for Saturday the 4th Aug at the cost of €35 /€30 concession and they will cover all plays and readings on the day. To avail of these tickets you must ring the box office directly on 065 9060769, they are not available online. This is a staged rehearsed reading. Staged rehearsed reading refers to a 'performance of a script' that has had several rehearsals and direction, actors will have scripts in hand…

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What’s Next? by Brian Comerford – Kilkee Playwrights Festival

August 4 @ 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a rehearsed reading for the Kilkee Playwrights Festival and it will take place in the foyer. Free to attend.  

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Just Guff by James Ward – Kilkee Playwrights Festival

August 4 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
€12

A day ticket can be purchased for the price of €35 / €30 concession for Saturday the 4th Aug and it will cover all plays and readings on the day. To avail of these tickets you must ring the box office directly on 065 9060769, they are not available online. ‘Just Guff’ by James Ward with script development and direction from Jenny Bassett. Set in a small town post office run by Sean T, this humorous one act play is…

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3 Lies in Brooklyn by John Farrell Kilkee Playwrights Festival

August 4 @ 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm
€12

A day ticket can be purchased for the price of €35 / €30 concession for Saturday the 4th Aug and it will cover all plays and readings on the day. To avail of this ticket please ring the box office on  065 9060769 as it is not available to purchase online.

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Jack L

August 5 @ 8:00 pm
€22

International Irish singer songwriter Jack Lukeman is one of Ireland's most respected and best loved performers. Few can match his award-winning powerhouse vocals and inventive live show.

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Kilkee Civic Trust Talk

August 8 @ 8:00 pm

Speaker: Dr. Joe Power Talk Title: Clare and the Great War Talk Description: An exploration of how the Great War impacted upon Ireland; particularly County Clare; together with the consequences politically, economically and socially for the people of that era, and the echo down the years since this complex time. About the Speaker: Dr. Joe Power was born in Clarecastle in 1951. He is a passionate historian specialising in local history. He greatly enjoyed his 43-year career teaching history and…

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Children’s Film – Igor

August 9 @ 6:30 pm
€4

This is  a 2008 Film, PG Cert,  and has a running time of 87 minutes. A family of 4 can attend for the price of €15. Igor is a family animation with a darker tinge, which makes up in hyperactive energy what it lacks in originality. It is inspired by Tim Burton's sepulchral gloom: a taste that I have never entirely acquired, though it is agreeable enough here. John Cusack voices the eponymous hunchbacked, bug-eyed evil scientist's assistant in the…

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The Nelson Eddy Profile

August 10 @ 8:00 pm
€10

Kilkee Civic Trust are delighted to welcome back Martin Bourke with The Nelson Eddy Profile. Nelson Eddy was described as America’s Favourite Baritone and that was against a stable of no mean performers like Robert Merrill, Leonard Warren, Lawrence Tibbett, and Richard Bonelli to name but a few. In fact for a period of years during the 1930’s he was the most successful recording artist in any vocal style until he was overtaken by Frank Sinatra. In the second of…

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