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Upcoming Workshops in The Glens this Autumn & Winter!

From acting for adults and for children to art classes with the brilliant Rachel Web.

‘Between Thought And Expression’
An Acting Class For Adults

5 sessions (Every Tuesday)

16 October to the 13th of November

7.30 to 9.30pm

€80

A five week immersive programme exploring voice, body, imagination. We will explore contact , spontaneity and expression. Using the tools of Michael Chekov Technique we will sample a range of texts working on individual creativity, creating ensemble and contact with audience.

Declan Drohan ( ChekovLab Ireland) M.A H.Dip.Ad.Ed lectures on Performing Arts Hons Degree Programme at IT Sligo. Former Course Leader of Acting Programme at Conservatory of Music and Drama DIT Rathmines, Declan trained with Gaiety School Of Acting and Michael Chekov Europe. Recent acting work includes award winning short films ‘ The Date ‘ and Mr L’s Limbo. He is a member of the popular Dark Leaves Theatre Co vintage radio company. His directing credits include Cathleen Ni Houlihan at Lisadell House and the Hawkswell Sligo, and Frank Pig Says Hello and Beneath the Bone Moon at the Dublin Theatre Festival.

Charleston Dance Classes

Charleston Dance classes start on Wednesday September 12th from 7.30 pm to 9 pm and will run for three weeks.

Bloomin Fabulous’ JoAnne is making sure that you ‘ll know your shake from your shimmies by the time the very glamorous Gatsby Ball takes place on September 28th in The Clayton Hotel Sligo .

Your dance teacher is the very talented Gráinne Langton, and cost €10 per session.

It’s a really fun way to be active, meet people and have a laugh. Come and join us!

Arrive early on week 3 for a very special vintage cocktail reception on the final week for all those who are going to the ball, feel free to come as glamorous as like .

Look forward to seeing you there !

THOSE WHO COME AND THOSE WHO GO

A series of six art workshops for children aged 8-12

Facilitated by artist Rachel Webb

Tuesday evenings 6-8pm
Starting the 16th of October

Salmon are wonderful and mysterious creatures. Born in a river, they make their way to the sea, where they sometimes live for years, before overcoming many obstacles to make their way back up the very same river to lay their eggs.

Irish people often leave Ireland to live elsewhere – seeking jobs, training, travel and adventure. But they often come back again when they get married, have children or when they retire.

In these art workshops we are going to explore these themes. Where do the salmon go? Where do Irish people go? What brings them back? What does home mean to the salmon and to us?

We will make papier mache salmon to create a shoal. We’ll make murals that show salmon travels and Irish travels. We’ll look at why salmon are endangered and how we can help them, and all other sea creatures, survive. We’ll look at what home means to us and make pictures and models to reflect that.

There is room for a maximum of 12 children.

Youth Theatre

Junior Youth Theatre (9 to 13 Years)

Senior Youth Theatre (13 to 18 years)

Open house & registration Saturday September 15th in The Glens Centre from 1 to 3pm

Manorhamilton Youth Theatre has produced some upcoming acting theatrical talent including Sean Fox ( who’ll be in the upcoming RTE show Taken Down) and prolific playwright and co-founder of The Rabbit’s Riot Theatre Company Treasa Nealon.

The Junior Youth Theatre is run by the talented actor, facilitator and playwright Tori Lee and the Senior Youth Theatre by lecturer and director Declan Drohan.

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