The award-winning The Rabbit’s Riot Theatre Company are bringing their interactive performance Myths & Legends at the Castle to Manorhamilton Castle this Culture Night. Learn about the Banshee and Púca just two of the mythical creatures you’ll meet!
Hear from Killian Glynn who is currently rehearsing for Splódar Theatre Company’s new production A Dream of Dying by Treasa Nealon. Killian is an actor and director from Mayo.
From acting for adults and for children to art classes with the brilliant Rachel Web.
We’re delighted to present the fantastic free events we have for this years Culture Night! Book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment!
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.
Photos from The Street Sessions as part of Criunniú na nÓg in association with Open Mic Manor. Photos taken by Roisin Loughrey.
Hear from Sonia Norris, co-founder of The Rabbit’s Riot Theatre Company and designer of Peter Pan: Welcome to Neverland.
Faith, trust and a little bit of pixie dust… has always been the best way to get through life. Somewhere, deep down, I have always had this inherent belief that, in some way or other, magic is real. Sure, everyone’s perception of magic is probably different… and I’m sure most adults don’t look for fairies in the woods when they go for a walk but there’s something in the air when the sun drops gold dust across the country or when the mist rolls in across the lake or when the first rays of light creep across the horizon that reminds us that there is magic hidden in the goodness of the world and sometimes, when we are least expecting it, the magic will show itself to us in a most unexpected manner.