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.Continue reading “Young people from North Leitrim and Fermanagh bring to to stage a timely and energetic new play written by Fermanagh playwright Carlo Gébler”
From Donal O’Kelly to the Chamber Philharmonic Europe – there is something for everyone!
For the theatre lover…
Bat the Rabbit, Father the Son – 8pm, Thursday the 7th March
A sobering, funny touching and frightening marvel .. O’Kelly’s manic performance is extraordinary – Sunday IndependentContinue reading “March Madness!”
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.
From the legend that is Donal O’Kelly to the Chamber Philharmonic Europe, Valentines Day has just got so much sweeter!Continue reading “Get your loved one or yourself tickets for some of our incredible March events!”
January may have been a drag (it sure felt like 31 months, not days!) but February is already going by so quick! But don’t worry, we have some fantastic gigs coming up, just for you!Continue reading “Finish off February with Honor Heffernan, Jazz Guitarist Mike Nielsen & a hilarious production of ‘Don’t Tell the Wife’!”
The Glens Centre is one of Ireland’s premier, provincial arts centres, serving North Leitrim and its surrounds. Since its founding in the early 1990’s The Glens has garnered a national reputation for its high quality programming and its resourcing of the large arts practice community in the area. Our 130 seat auditorium is a listed building, being an old Methodist church converted to a theatre space, acclaimed for its outstanding acoustics, wherein we also offer top quality recording facilities.Continue reading “The Glens Centre seeks a Technical Manager”
Learn about the fantastic workshops IFI have coming up this Spring!