News

May at The Glens!

With music, comedy and drama, there is nowhere else like The Glens this may!

Johnny Duhan – The Voyage

€20/17, 8pm, 3rd May

Following the launch of his autobiography The Voyage, Johnny is set to perform a series of solo shows around Ireland, bases on some of his most intimate songs and stories, dealing with the highs and lows of family history and married life. After seventeen years of working on and off on his life story, between writing songs and studying religion and spirituality, Johnny has come to believe that his greatest achievement in his calling, as in his most popular song “The Voyage”, is the treasure that he and his first mate attained at the shores of the heart.

Síle Molloy

€10, 8pm, 10th May

Adapted from the award-winning radio play of the same name, Síle Molloy tells the fictional story of a young Irish musician and servant girl, as she navigates a course from The Workhouse to The Big House, to the hustle and bustle of New York City, to the Bluegrass State of Kentucky, from the late 1800s to the earliest days of the Irish music recording boom in America.

Kevin McAleer – Guru

€18/16, 8pm, 11th May

Following Guru McAleer’s sell-out live apparition in the Glens two years ago, the level of mindfulness in North Leitrim increased by a staggering 17% overnight. He now returns for a glorious Second Coming, having just been voted ‘Ireland’s Most Humble Guru’ by Truth Magazine for the eighteenth year running.

Border Girl

Free, 8pm, 18th May

An evening of music, song, literature, drama, film and community, inspired by the life of Orla Parkinson.

Hello Delia Murphy

€10, 8pm, 24th May

An enthralling performance of songs of Delia Murphy, the most popular female Irish Ballad singer ever. Sung by her niece Carmen Cullen who also tells her story and accompanied by Gerry Anderson.

The Experience of Being

€15/12, 8pm, 25th May

The Experience of Being, is a funny, absorbing and moving one-woman play about dwindling power, how to challenge it and why ageism makes growing older far harder than it needs to be. An empowering story of a woman who decides to take back control.

Keep an eye out for more information about the Across the Lines (IFI) Choral Choir in the Ballroom of Romance on the 17th of May!

Leave a Reply

Your e-mail address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.