The Silent Movie Summer Camp is back!

After last years highly successful Silent Movie Summer Camp (check out a snippet of the amazing work from last year!), Tori Lee with the help of Treasa Nealon are running a camp for 8 to 13 year olds from the 15th to the 19th July from 10am to 2pm. €60 per child. Running in The Glens Centre, New Line, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim. Phone (071) 9855833 for more information.

Tori Lee is a drama facilitator for young people, an actor and playwright.

I’m really looking forward to the Summer Camps. Working with children for years, they have never ceased to delight me with the fabulous ideas they come up with or the performances they give when they are having fun with a group of their peers. I haven’t laughed as much as when they get their comedic heads on and it is all great belly laugh stuff.

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Across the Lines, Song Lines

Preparation for A Border Spectacular!

Primary school children from Leitrim, Cavan and Fermanagh together singing new songs learnt through an inter-schools programme with Cathy Jordan (Dervish) as part of our cross border and cross community Across the Lines IFI programme.  The School groups will be joined by four community sing groups/choirs in A Border Spectacular on Friday the 17th May, Ballroom of Romance, Glenfarne.

Come along and be a part of our Border Spectacular. Free event – all welcome!

Across the Lines, Song Lines

Borderlines Choral Spectacular!

Celebrating our commonality and diversity through song & celebrating land and the cultural crossroads of border places!

Compere : Cathy Jordan (Lead singer of Dervish)

With the Curravagh National School, Florencecourt Primary School,
Masterson National School, Ballagh Choir of Ages, Borderlands Southern Gospel Choir and Sing Together Irvinestown and Sing Together Manorhamilton.

The Borderlines project is a part of Across the Lines (IFI) programme at The Glens Centre which seeks to promotes reconciliation by celebrating diversity and bringing people together. The programme showcases some of the signing traditions across the north Leitrim and Fermanagh area, highlighting the connectivity of our border region.

Free Entry. Starting at 7.30pm on the 17th of May in The Ballroom of Romance in Glenfarne.


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.

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Be inspired to write by the landscapes and borders, mythologies and megaliths of Leitrim and the North West with four one day workshops at The Glens Centre, Manorhamilton, led by Monica Corish

Bealtaine: Sunday May 26 2019, 10:30 – 16:30

Lunasa: Sunday, August 11 2019, 10:00 – 18:00 Inc Field Trip

Samhain: Sunday, November 3 2019, 10:30 – 16:30

Imbolc: Sunday,February 2 2020 10:30 – 16:30

Places are limited and advance booking required by contacting our Box Office at (071) 9855833 or by booking online here.

Cost: €30 per workshop; €100 for 4 workshops

Across the Lines, Youth Project

On this day – cross border collaboration and creativity in action!

The Across the Lines cross border youth project has provided an opportunity for young people to work with their own drama leaders and be a part of a wider drama grouping, to learn under the creative direction of our able team of local drama leaders and Paula McFetridge and Carlo Gébler. Local drama leaders Declan, Sally and Tori have passionately brought to this production a variety of theatrical influences and drama style including physical theatre and creative chorus interpretations which have been cleverly and artistically integrated into one coherent production – about to take to stage.

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Across the Lines, Youth Project

Young people from North Leitrim and Fermanagh bring to to stage a timely and energetic new play written by Fermanagh playwright Carlo Gébler

A timely cross-community and cross-border youth drama production of a new play SL&NCR: an entertainment that goes A-Z but not in that order! written by the Fermanagh-based playwright Carlo Gébler is being performed at The Glens Centre, Manorhamilton and the Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen on March 30thand 31st2019 respectively. The play features a large ensemble cast of thirty-two young people from across the community of Fermanagh and Leitrim and has is the culmination of a ten months creative cross border collaboration process, developed as a part of the Across the Lines, International Fund for Ireland programme running out of The Glens Centre.

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Across the Lines, Capacity Building

Celebrating contributions to the Irish Language

Join us for a Book Launch of An Ghaeilge in Eaglais na hÉireann, the first book to chronicle the role of the Irish language in the history of the Church of Ireland; which is now re-published by Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise for a new generation. This new publication, thirty years on since it was first written by Risteárd Giltrap, is now bi-lingual and beautifully presented, it will be of interest to those seeking an understanding of a strand of Irishness which has long been an influential aspect of Irish identity. The book will be launched by Caroline Nolan, Oifigeach Forbartha Gaeilge  (Irish Language Development Officer). 

“His careful research – not least concerning the at times colourful

history of Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise – deserves as wide an

audience as possible, and if readers are drawn into the narrative as

Béarla they may in due course come to share some of the author’s

passions and concerns as Gaeilge”.

– Bishop Michael Burrows, Diocese of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory

and Patron of Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise.

The book launch will be coupled with a talk by author, lifetime activist and publisher Padraig Ó Snodaigh, who will talk about one of his most well-known books Hidden Ulster: Protestants and the Irish Language.  The book launch and talk, will be followed by a screening of the recently made film Mná na nGlinntí(presented by former President Mary McAleese) and an open discussion, chaired by writer and historian Séamas Mac Annaidh with additional panel member Fiona Crudden (FODC) and participants including visitors from Trillick Arts and Cultural Society.