What's On

8 weeks starting from Wednesday 10 February, 10.15am - 11.15am, €180 (incl. handout material & CD)

8 Week Mindfulness through Breathing Morning Course

(MBSR - Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction)

Mindfulness can help clarify every situation by focusing on the breath, allowing space and creativity to experience what is already present, bringing gentle kindness to yourself and others around you.

Booking and information contact Josephine Sweeney:
Phone:   087 6926715
Email:    info@serenitywithin.ie
Website: www.serenitywithin.ie

Friday 4th of March, 10am, € 5

My Books Are My Friends

with Sarah Keating

 

In this session Sara Keating , cultural journalist , avid reader and advocate for children’s reading, will talk to librarians and parents / carers about reading and the very young.  Once a  baby can focus on colours and shapes, books become lifelong friends and this session aimed at the grown ups in children’s reading lives, will offer hints and tips for the little beginner, the reluctant and the potential tiny authors among us.  So come along for a session on young children and reading as part of Leamh in association with the Ennis Book Club Festival

 

Friday 4th March, 11am, € 10 per family Group (parent and Baby)

Books For Babies

with Sara Keating

In this session, parents and babies and pre-schoolers are invited to come along to join us for a very special session with Sara Keating in which she joyfully and with fun in mind opens up even the youngest among us and their parents to the fascinating world of books.  We’ll have some books available for looking at and enjoying and remember to bring your own along too

10 euro per family group (parent and baby), includes complementary cup of tea or coffee, served from 10.30am with your pre purchased ticket

Thursday 6th of March, 11am & 12.15pm, € 6 - Teachers FOC

The Birth of a Nation by Gerard McCarthy

1916 Centenary Celebrations @ glór


The Birth of a Nation is a succinct story of Ireland’s journey to independence and contains the oldest footage ever shot in Ireland. A central scene in the film is Padraig Pearse’s famous oration at the graveside of O’Donovan Rossa, when Pearse made a call to arms eight months before the Rising took place. The grainy footage was used at the time as a propaganda tool for Republicans who were struggling to win support in advance of the Easter Rising. Other prominent revolutionary figures who appear include Michael Collins, Roger Casement, James Connolly, Eamonn Ceannt, Thomas Clarke and Erskine Childers.

Monday 18th of April, 11am & 8pm, €18/€16 conc- Matinee €6 Teachers FOC

Madame de Markievicz

The New Theatre presents

Written by Ann Matthews
Directed and produced by Anthony Fox


Madame de Markievicz on Trial is centred on Constance Markievicz, depicting an event in Dublin at Easter, 1916 when a policeman was fatally shot. It is set in a courtroom and a prison cell during the autumn of 1917 and the dialogue is largely based on the extensive speeches made by Markievicz during this time. William May, the prosecutor and sole fictional character in the drama is the Devil’s Advocate. He trawls through all aspects of Madam’s life to challenge the misinformation created by post 1916 propaganda. The testimonies of the witnesses are interwoven and the audience will be the ultimate judge, as they leave the theatre to decide to issue an innocent or guilty verdict.

‘... an imaginative cracker of a play, skilfully structured and acted with the kind of passion the subject needs’ Mail on Sunday