Crossroads – an exhibition of paintings by the Elena Kotovenko will run for the month of July.
Magically Overactive Imagination a collection of new work by Gemma Lalor will run for the month of August. All are welcome.
Sunday 2nd July @ 2.30pm
CallBack Theatre return with the charming Dorothy Dolittle’s Magical Adventure
Dorothy DoLittle is a lovely girl but she is always tired and grumpy. But all that is about to change for Dorothy! Dorothy lives beside an old tree but what she doesn’t know is that it is a magic fruit tree…the enchanted gateway to a mysterious land called the Land of the DoLots. With the help of magic DoLot dust Dorothy goes on a magical adventure to the land of the DoLots. There, Dorothy meets Ronnie Run-A-Lot and Clarence Carrot her guardian angels and Miss Aubergine, Queen over all the land who teaches her the all about being fit and healthy. She learns the secrets of the food and exercise pyramids. But the magic dust is stolen!! Will Dorothy get fit and healthy enough to get it back and be able to return home.
Suitable for ages 4 – 9.
Wednesday 12th July @ 8pm
Film – La La Land 2016 128mins Cert:PG
Sebastian (Ryan Gosling) and Mia (Emma Stone) are drawn together by their common desire to do what they love. But as success mounts they are faced with decisions that begin to fray the fragile fabric of their love affair, and the dreams they worked so hard to maintain in each other threaten to rip them apart. Presented in association with Access Cinema.
Saturday 15th July @ 8pm
Bewley’s Café Theatre presents Buridan’s Ass, a comedy by S. R. Plant. Starring Michael James Ford and Ruairi Heading. Directed by Iseult Golden
The outrageous and acclaimed cult comedy Burdan’s Ass, which enjoyed a sell-out run in Bewley’s Café Theatre last year, is going on the road this summer. Mahone, the last in a line of taxidermists of Russian descent, is struggling to save his dying business. The trade in stuffed animals has hit rock bottom and his only commission, the corpse of a much-loved pet badger, has gone disastrously wrong. Moreover he is beset by a series of emotional and philosophical crises and is haunted by the demons of his philandering past. But, spurred on by his irrepressible apprentice Ernest Blades, Mahone sets out to overcome the paralysing effects of Buridan’s Ass Syndrome and to find redemption through physical passion.
..a laugh a minute…THE SCOTSMAN
…wildly and darkly comic… SUNDAY INDEPENDENT
Tickets €12/10 Friends 2 for 1
Saturday 22nd July @ 8pm
The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish
There’s a tendency for the word ‘unique’ to be bandied around a little too freely in music circles, but that’s the only way to describe Jerry Fish’s genre bending style. A highly charismatic performer who refuses to countenance audiences having anything but a good time, Jerry routinely fills the country’s biggest venues with his travelling musical medicine shows, his swaggering vocal, generous and infectious smile and that fantastic vaudeville moustache. Jerry’s swaggering vocal has been described as Tom Waits in a good mood, or Leonard Cohen doing Dean Martin. Smiles come aplenty and witty lyrics are definitely Mr. Fish’s currency of choice, but Jerry’s songs have been so well crafted that they deserve more than a casual, amused listen. ‘The Songs & Tall Tales of Jerry Fish’ is an intimate, stripped-down, theatre style show in which Jerry performs his favourite songs from a career spanning over two decades.
Saturday 12th August @ 8pm
Festival & Event Committee Kilmallock (FECK) present a screening of the film Dirty Dancing. Presented in association with Access Cinema.
Friday 18th August @ 8pm
CallBack theatre presents Fred & Alice, written and directed by John Sheehy. Starring Cora Fenton and Ciaran Birmingham.
A blistering head wreck played at a hilarious pace!
After more than 150 performances, the five star award winning Fred & Alice is back! It’s not easy to get by in this crazy old world is it? But Fred and Alice have discovered that all you really need are 2 tennis rackets, disproportionate reactions to minor accidents, an immature coping strategy and each other. Fred and Alice first met in the home. It wasn’t really a home but Fred always called it a home because that was where he lived, and if you are not living at home then where are you? It was love at first sight for Alice. Fred didn’t talk to her again for years but then eventually Fred got used to her and it was love at first sight for him too. From their days in care, to independent living, Fred and Alice negotiate the perils and pitfalls of life and love. Come see this joyous celebration of individuality. Running Time – 1hr.
“Whirling Comedy” – The Irish Times
Tickets €14/€12 Friends 2 for 1
Wednesday 24th August @ 8pm
Loving 2016 123 mins Cert: 12A
The true story of Mildred (Ruth Negga) and Richard (Joel Edgerton) Loving, an inter-racial couple from Virginia, who married in 1958. Their marriage being illegal in the state, both were arrested but given suspended sentences on condition they leave the state, not to return for 25 years. With understated, sensitive performances by the two leads this is the story of ordinary people forced into an extraordinary situation.
Presented in association with Access Cinema.
Arts & Crafts for Children with Jane Howe
Tuesday 4th – Thursday 6th July
2pm – 5pm (5 – 12 years)
Fee €45 including all materials
County Limerick Youth Theatre present M.A.D Camp – Music, Art and Drama Camp with Betsy Walsh
Monday 24th – Friday 28th July
10am – 2pm (4 – 12 years)
Fee €70 including all materials