What's On

Wednesday 20 June, 8pm, €15

Éirinn is Alba

presented by An Clár as Gaeilge

Éirinn is Alba is a celebration of the Irish Gaelic and Scots Gaidhlilg tradition, featuring performances from Gaelscoil Mhíchíl Cíosóg, Ennis and Sgoil an Taobh Siar who hail from the Western Isles, off the coast of Scotland.

With special guest Muireann Nic Amhlaoibbh

Thursday 21 June at the Old Ground Hotel, 6.30pm, €40

Gin & Jazz - A Midsummer Night Soirée in the Gardens of The Old Ground Hotel

with music by The Café Orchestra

Enjoy a Dingle Gin Cocktail on arrival on the lawn, followed by a buffet supper with wine in the newly renovated Banquet Hall, and artisan ice cream by Bó & Bainne.

Take part in an Art Auction, which features works generously donated by artists Gráinne Cuffe, Adam Pomeroy, Dympna Bonfield, Helen Lowe, Jackie Maurer and St. Anne’s School.

There will also be a chance to win one of our growing list of fabulous glamorous raffle prizes......which currently includes... a gorgeous lampshade by Laura Vaughan Design Studio & Gift Store ... afternoon tea at Dromoland Castle Hotel & Country Club ... a night at the Kilkenny Arts Festival (with accommodation) ... tickets to Paul Brady's sell out gig at glór with overnight at The Old Ground ... vouchers from Seoidin Eile, The County Boutique and more. Plus plenty of other surprises to make this a midsummer night to remember.

One golden ticket buyer will win a FIERCE FANCY FASHION PACKAGE including hat by internationally renowned milliner Margaret O'Connor, €300 to spend at fashion house MURALA and a session with multi award-winning stylist Bridget Haren Hair & Beauty.

Music on the night from The Café Orchestra, Sean Shannon, Gráínne Cotter & The Forever Young Singers. To drink, choose from a Dingle Gin or refreshing Elderflower Collins and to eat, enjoy chicken and creamed leek pie or Atlantic Seafood pie, acccompanied by Farm Organic Salad Leaves, Salt Baked Beetroot Salad and  French Grated Carrot Salad a with Lemon Dijon Vinaigrette salad.

This is the perfect night out with friends, colleagues and family – ideal for that outing with your book club or other social group with the feel good factor of knowing that you’re supporting glór’s many programming activities, including programmes for our younger audiences and our new artist development initiatives.

Have a great night out whilst supporting glór!

Exhibition: Friday 22 June - Saturday 1 September, 10am - 5pm daily, free of charge
Launch: Friday 29 June,
Guided Tour: Saturday 14 July, 11.30am, free of charge
Dementia Friendly Tour: Thursday 12th July, 11.30am, free of charge

Common Languages

A Craft and Design Exhibition featuring Hanna Van Aelst, Jackie Maurer and Lesley Stothers

This summer, glór will present an exhibition featuring three craftspeople at the top of their game: contemporary willow artist and basket maker Hanna Van Aelst; ceramicist Jackie Maurer and textile artist Lesley Stothers.

Common Languages will celebrate the best in design and innovation and presents the work of three exceptional craftspeople, each of whom are passionate about the idea of making, their sense of place and the sharing of skills. This exhibition will showcase work that is produced using very traditional craft skills and will celebrate the values of crafts practice in the 21st century by bringing together work that expresses imaginative contemporary ideas through an understanding of materials, skills and traditions.

A Guided Tour led by the artists followed by demonstrations will take place on Saturday 14 July at 11.30am. Free of charge and all welcome.

A Dementia Friendly tour will take place on Thursday 12th July at 11.30am. For more information, please click here.

Saturday 23 June, 10.30am & 12pm, Free event but ticketed - please pre-book

The Willow Wood by Julie Tiernan with Anne Blake (SOLD OUT)

presented by Teach na Coille

Suitable for Ages 3-5
Duration: 30 mins

The Willow Wood allows children to step into the magical world of the Willow Wood and travel on an interactive journey of storytelling, musical play, song and exploration. With original music and song in both English and Irish, this show is sure to delight adults and children alike.

Teach Na Coille enterprises are delighted to present this new version supported by glór and Creative Ireland.

A new national day of creativity for children and young people, Cruinniú na nÓg takes place on 23 June 2018. Funded by Creative Ireland, Cruinniú na nÓg aims to celebrate and encourage children and young people’s participation in culture and creativity nationwide through a compelling spread of performances, coding, theatre, art and music workshops, readings and screenings, special events and much more.

Saturday 23 June in the glór foyer, 12pm - 3.30pm, free event

Piano Music Marathon

Sign up on the day and just play! All piano players welcome

A new national day of creativity for children and young people, Cruinniú na nÓg takes place on 23 June 2018. Funded by Creative Ireland, Cruinniú na nÓg aims to celebrate and encourage children and young people’s participation in culture and creativity nationwide through a compelling spread of performances, coding, theatre, art and music workshops, readings and screenings, special events and much more.

Saturday 23 June , 1pm - 2pm in the Studio, Free event but ticketed. Please pre-book

Introduction to African Dance Family Workshop (SOLD OUT)

Suitable for all ages

Claire O’Meara teaches Kizomba and Semba as well as Afrohouse, Kuduro and traditional dance from Angola. Claire will combine all these dances together to create a fun and uplifting workshop suitable for all ages and will be a great opportunity to get creative and have fun with your family.

A new national day of creativity for children and young people, Cruinniú na nÓg takes place on 23 June 2018. Funded by Creative Ireland, Cruinniú na nÓg aims to celebrate and encourage children and young people’s participation in culture and creativity nationwide through a compelling spread of performances, coding, theatre, art and music workshops, readings and screenings, special events and much more.

Saturday 23 June, 3pm - 4pm and 4.15pm - 5.15pm (followed by social dancing), €30

Kizomba Dance Workshops presented by Kizomba Ennis

with Claire O'Meara

Suitable for ages 16+

Kizomba is a dance which originated in Angola back in the late 1970s & early 1980s. It since travelled to Europe and has been growing ever since - Kizomba is taking the world by storm!

Claire O’Meara, a native of Co. Clare, has been dancing for many years and after discovering Kizomba almost 5 years ago, she set up Kizomba Ennis and has been sharing her passion for the dance teaching and choreographing in Ennis for almost 2 years. Claire regularly travels abroad to Lisbon to train with the masters of Kizomba as Portugal is a hub for the dance, She has recently started to teach Kizomba at different festivals in the UK. 

Hour long workshops will run at 3pm and 4.15pm. Make sure to stay after to enjoy some social dancing.

Booking is directly with Claire O'Meara on 085 76 46 098 or claireomeara2000@gmail.com

Saturday 23 June, 2.30pm - 4.30pm in the Red Room, Free event but ticketed. Please pre-book.

An Introduction to Digital Photography For Young People

Getting the Basics Right

In this workshop presented as part of Cruinniú na nÓg, Ruairí Ó Conchúir will lead 12 to 18 year olds through how to get digital photography basics right .

This event has limited capacity, so please pre book.

Supported by Creative Ireland

Saturday 23 June, 3.30pm, Free event but ticketed. Please pre-book

Making the Grade

Dir: Ken Waldrop
Ireland 2017
82 mins
With subtitles

Every year teachers and students throughout Ireland prepare for graded musical exams. This endearing and uplifting documentary explores the bond between piano teachers and their pupils as they struggle through these grades. This is a story of the transformative power of music and the pride and happiness it provides both the students and teachers.

A new national day of creativity for children and young people, Cruinniú na nÓg takes place on 23 June 2018. Funded by Creative Ireland, Cruinniú na nÓg aims to celebrate and encourage children and young people’s participation in culture and creativity nationwide through a compelling spread of performances, coding, theatre, art and music workshops, readings and screenings, special events and much more.

Friday 29 June, 8pm, €25

The Legends of American Country

The Legends of American Country returns for another fantastic night of toe tapping Country classics. The 2018 tour will showcase  highly acclaimed tributes to Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Kenny Rogers and 4 brand new tributes to icons George Jones, Charley Pride, Patsy Cline and Don Williams and countless other well-known  hit songs in this must see extravaganza.

The show features fantastic singers, Joe Moore, Tracey and Rod McAuley and Keltic Storm, who are all backed by the superb Country Storm band and coupled with an authentic stage set that will transport you all the way to Nashville and back. One thing is for sure - if you like Country music this is the only show in town!

Sunday 1 July matinée show, 2.30pm, €12/€10 conc
Sunday 1 July evening show, 7.30pm, €15/€12 conc

‘It’s A Musical!’

presented by Clare Youth Musical Society

Clare Youth Musical Society return with their own musical this year! Eager to perform something different and exciting, this group of talented singers, dancers and actors have created ‘IT’S A MUSICAL!’ Featuring music from well known shows, this is not to be missed!!!

Tuesday 3 July, 10am - 4.30pm, €40

A Maker Approach to Art and Interactivity

workshops for Adults, Artists and Educators

Make Create Innovate offer this hands-on, jargon-free one day workshop that will introduce you to physical computing using conductive materials, and MaKey MaKey hardware.

Wednesday 4 July, 10am - 11.30am or 12.30pm - 2pm, €10

Build an Animal Scribble Bot

with Make Create Innovate

Suitable for ages 8 to 12

In this exciting, creative workshop you will learn all about motors as you design and build your own animal themed Scribble Bot using recycled materials.

Wednesday 4 & Thursday 5 July, €10 per session

Aerial Workshops

with Irish Aerial Creation Centre

11am to 12.30pm for ages 5-9
1.30pm to 3pm for ages 10-13
3.30pm to 5pm for ages 13+

In these workshops participants will have the opportunity to explore and learn aerial and acrobatic circus skills.

Wednesday 4 July, 3pm - 5pm, €10

Build an Interactive Animal

with Make Create Innovate

Suitable for ages 12 to 16 years old

This hands-on workshop explores MaKey MaKey hardware in a fun creative environment where participants are invited to explore the connections between art and technology.

Friday 6 July, 11am , free of charge

The First Friday Series curated by Áine Phillips - Eileen Hutton and Verónica Alvarez

presented by Ennis Street Arts Festival in association with Clare Arts Office, glór and The Artists' Resource Room

The Artists' Resource Room is a visual artist-led community group providing a space for artistic dialogue in Co. Clare in the form of regular meetings, presentations, artist film screenings and debates. Áine Phillips is a visual artist based in Ennis and is Head of Sculpture at Burren College of Art. She has exhibited and performed her work widely in Ireland and internationally.

Join us for tea/coffee in the Spás at glór at 11am followed by our meeting at 11.30am.

The Ennis Street Arts Festival invited Verónica Alvarez, Director of Spanish Environmental Art Centre, Valdelarte, to collaborate with local artists. One of these collaborations will be with Eileen Hutton, artist and lecturer in the Burren College of Art. Both Eileen and Verónica will talk about their practices, their projects and their future partnership in art. A short documentary film, Rebirthing the Hawthorn, by Ana Colomer, Lena Hughes and Veronica Alvarez, exploring the hawthorn, its lore and history as a common link between The Burren and Valdelarte will be also screened on the day.

This short film has been funded by Creative Ireland Clare and Clare Arts Office.

Friday 6 July, 2pm - 4pm, Free event at the entrance to glór
Saturday 7 July, 12pm - 4pm, Free event at the entrance to glór

Be(e)tween: A Participatory Intervention

by Eileen Hutton

Be(e)tween: A Participatory Intervention by Eileen Hutton, is a sensory experience of bees and beekeeping in order to highlight the importance of honeybees as essential to our surrounding environment.

The installation consists of an observation hive on site; drawings illustrating patterns of bee behaviour, and a participatory event involving wearable, solar-powered, vibrating bee sculpture.

Friday 6 July, 2pm - 5pm, Free event

Game Over (v2)

by Ana Colomer and Coder Dojo

Suitable for Older Children

Game Over (v2) is an interactive art installation by Ana Colomer and Coder Dojo Ennis. It is a video game that uses Microsoft Kinect technology to insert the player into the game to survive a journey with multiple obstacles.

Content may not be suitable for younger children

Saturday 7 July, 2pm & 4pm, €10/€35 Family 4

Me and My Bee

presented by This Egg Theatre Company (UK)

Duration: 60 mins
Age suitability: 3+


Me and My Bee is a family show that tells the tale of a lone bee who falls in love with a flower. It’s a symbiotic relationship, she gives him nectar, and he spreads her seed to help her species’ survival. But a chain of events starts to impede his journey to her, until eventually he arrives to find her replaced by a tower block.

Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 July at CBS Squash Club, 7.30pm, €15/€12 Conc. Limited capacity - book early.

Spliced

produced by Chalk it Down Productions/Timmy Creed

Co-presented by glór and Ennis Street Festival and supported by The Arts Council

Suitable for ages 16+
Duration: 60 mins

'Too long a sacrifice can make a stone of the heart’ – WB Yeats

Timmy is contemplating his 21 years playing GAA. Spliced is a raw, visceral account of his struggle to become an individual outside the institution that raised him. He is celebrating and questioning it. Can we talk about mental health, self-expression and masculinity in a GAA context? Let’s have these conversations out in the air. 

A new site specific multi-disciplinary show written and performed by Timmy Creed with visual artist David Mathúna, composer Chris Somers,directed by Gina Moxley.

Off-site Venue at Ennis CBS Squash Club, New Road, Ennis (52.848029, -8.977544). The club is situated behind CBS Primary School - parking available in the grounds of CBS Primary School.

Please note that unfortunately this venue is not suitable for wheelchairs.

Monday 9 - Friday 13 July, 10am - 3pm, €95/€170 for 2 Siblings/€235 for 3 Siblings/€300 for 4 siblings

Starcamp

Suitable for ages 4 – 12

Since 2007, Starcamp Summer camps have been offering children an absolutely outstanding week that will make a difference to their lives. Starcamp’s core ethos is building children's self-esteem & confidence and Starcamp’s summer camp children have appeared on numerous shows such as Elev8, Sattitude, The Den, Ireland AM, The Late Late Toy Show, have met with Jedward and Westlife, have sang with Hometown, Ryan Tubridy, Bosco, Zig and Zag and Dustin, and have released singles into the charts!

Book online at www.starcamp.ie

Thursday 19 July, 8pm, €15

Clare Youth Trad Orchestra

as part of Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan

Following its highly acclaimed debut at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in August and a sell-out performance last December, the Clare Youth Trad Orchestra returns to glór to celebrate Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan in Ennis.

The 100-strong collective from across the county will perform original arrangements of some trad favourites, under the direction of founder Padraic O'Reillyand will be joined by some surprise special guests from the trad world for another great performance.

Friday 20 July, 8pm, €20

Téada

as part of Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan

An Irish traditional band with a truly worldwide reach, Téada has appeared as a frequent headliner at major music festivals throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Africa, Russia, the Middle East and Australia.

Featuring Oisín Mac Diarmada, Paul Finn, Damien Stenson, Tristan Rosenstock, Seán McElwain and the inimitable accordion player and singer from West Kerry, Séamus Begley.

Having completed a very successful tour of the U.S. in March, they are looking forward to performing in glór for Fleadh na Mumhan.

Saturday 21 July, 8pm, €20

Ceol na mBan

as part of Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan

Ceol na mBan (Music of the Women) will be a very special concert featuring all women performers who have achieved great success as musicians and singers.  A number of well-known and internationally recognised Clare performers will be joined by musicians from other counties.

Sunday 22 July, 8pm, €27.50

Kilfenora Ceili Band

as part of Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan

The most famous céilí band in the world, The Kilfenora, will make one of its few appearances in Clare at glór during Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan.

After more than one hundred years in the business, the world-renowned Kilfenora Céilí Band is seen by many aficionados as the quintessential Irish céilí band. Their core repertoire of dance music, punctuated with an incomparable lift and rhythm, defines an unbroken tradition that dates from the beginning of the twentieth century.

They will be joined as usual by a number of well-known guests.

Monday 23 - Friday 27 July, 11am - 1pm (Ages 12+),
Monday 23 - Friday 27 July, 2pm - 4pm (Ages 6-11), €95/€85 for 2 or more children from same family

Ballet Ireland’s Annual Summer School

Let’s Make a Ballet!

Calling all budding performers!

Ballet Ireland’s popular summer school returns to theatres around the country in 2018. This much-loved programme gives participants a chance to experience all that goes into making a ballet and a peek into the life of a professional dancer. Working alongside Ballet Ireland’s professional dancers, participants will be completely involved in creating their own ballet based on a familiar story that is performed on stage at the end of the week for family and friends to come and enjoy.

The week-long programme involves daily class and numerous workshops exploring all the component parts that make ballet; choreography, music, mime, drama and making props and costumes. It is a truly unforgettable experience for all involved.

"When I went to sleep I dreamt I was back on stage. I loved it. When can I do it again?" – 2017 Summer School Participant

The programme is suitable for boys and girls ages 6+ with or without dance training.
 

Monday 23 – Friday 27 July, 10am to 2pm,

Designer Minds

for ages 7- 13

You will not find a Summer camp experience like Designer Minds anywhere else in the country! We are not just a science camp, a technology camp, an engineering camp, an art camp or a LEGO® camp! We are everything combined, offering your children a true taste of STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths.

We know that there are many young boys AND GIRLS out there who have the potential to be great scientists, engineers, programmers and designers. These are the children who love to create, design and draw, the kids who are nuts about technology, the ones who love learning about nature and how the world works, the eager chemists who are mad about doing science experiments and those who love building with LEGO!

At a Designer Minds camp, kids get the opportunity to explore many of the following topics:

  • Make robots, rockets and roller coasters.
  • Enjoy architecture, art and animation.
  • Have fun with microscopes, Minecraft and music technology.
  • Create circuits, skyscrapers and slime.
  • Learn about coding, chemistry and computers.
  • Explore electronics, engineering and energy.
  • We’ll throw in loads of LEGO and lots of laughter to make Designer Minds an unforgettable experience for your child this Summer.

Topics vary depending on location and we rotate them each Summer so that children have a different experience every time!

We use a variety of cutting-edge equipment, scientist and engineer developed activity plans and Garda-vetted leaders. We are focused on fun, hands-on learning ensuring that your child will be inspired to develop a long-lasting love of the STEAM topics!

If you have a budding scientist, designer, techie or engineer then book early to avoid disappointment. Our exclusive camps have a maximum capacity of just 32 children, so places are strictly limited. Sibling discounts available.

Information & booking on https://designerminds.ie/camps

Saturday 28 July, 8pm, €16/€14 conc

Edges of Light

Colin Dunne, Tola Custy, Maeve Gilchrist and David Power (Ireland/Scotland)

  • Colin Dunne, dance
  • Tola Custy, fiddle
  • Maeve Gilchrist, harp
  • David Power, uilleann pipes, whistles

Edges of Light is a collaboration between Irish dance legend Colin Dunne, fiddler Tola Custy, harpist Maeve Gilchrist, and uilleann piper David Power.

Combining the play of dance with an adventurous musical spirit, the quartet conjure up a beautiful soundscape, weaving simple and complex textures of melody and rhythm inspired by the natural sounds and shimmering patterns of light that announce Ireland’s day. If you missed this exquisite performance in 2016, early booking advised. This ensemble was originally invited by Music Network to perform together for a specially curated tour of Ireland in September 2016.

Post-show discussion with members of the company
 

Thursday 2 August at Sacred Heart Church, Scariff, Co.Clare, 8pm, €20

An Evening with Louise Morrissey at the Scariff Harbour Festival

Please note that the venue for this event is Sacred Heart Church, Scariff, Co. Clare

A unique opportunity to hear one of Ireland’s best-loved exponents of Country and Irish music. Hailing from Bansha in Co. Tipperary, Louise Morrissey started out her long and illustrious career with her brothers in the popular Morrisseys Folk Group before going on to gain a loyal following throughout a successful solo career comprising several recordings and regular performances throughout Ireland, UK, Europe, USA and Australia.

Saturday 11 August, 10am - 5pm, €165 per person

Furniture Techniques Masterclass

presented by Kyle Lane

In this full day workshop, you will learn:

  • How to source, prepare and prime.
  • How to paint and what paint to use.
  • Techniques such as applying wallpaper, transferring font, geometric designs, gold leaf, distressing, white washing and much much more.

Everything is supplied & you will receive a small piece of furniture to work on (small table / locker), along with a detailed booklet with all the instructions you learned throughout the day. Lunch is also provided.

All queries and booking directly with the workshop provider at www.kylelane.ie

Sunday 12 August, 12.30pm & 3pm, €8

The Speks

for ages 2 and up

“The Speks...they're really great!” Derek Mooney, RTE Radio 1

The Speks present a lively show of nursery rhymes and sing-along songs set to acoustic Irish music which will have adults and kids jumping in their seats! Their hand-clapping, toe-tapping, hearty-laughing show is all about life on Glasses Island – a magical island off the coast of Co. Clare where everybody wears glasses!

The Speks have won a Parents’ Choice music award in the US where their music has been described as “Riverdance for kids” and they encourage everyone to sing, scream, clap and dance along during their performances. This will be a great, fun event for kids aged 2 to 92!

“If your little ones love fantastic, magical songs...then The Speks are the boys for you!” Tom Dunne, Newstalk

Duration: 50 minutes

Monday 13 – Friday 17 August, 10am to 2pm,

Designer Minds

for ages 7- 13

You will not find a Summer camp experience like Designer Minds anywhere else in the country! We are not just a science camp, a technology camp, an engineering camp, an art camp or a LEGO® camp! We are everything combined, offering your children a true taste of STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths.

We know that there are many young boys AND GIRLS out there who have the potential to be great scientists, engineers, programmers and designers. These are the children who love to create, design and draw, the kids who are nuts about technology, the ones who love learning about nature and how the world works, the eager chemists who are mad about doing science experiments and those who love building with LEGO!

At a Designer Minds camp, kids get the opportunity to explore many of the following topics:

  • Make robots, rockets and roller coasters.
  • Enjoy architecture, art and animation.
  • Have fun with microscopes, Minecraft and music technology.
  • Create circuits, skyscrapers and slime.
  • Learn about coding, chemistry and computers.
  • Explore electronics, engineering and energy.
  • We’ll throw in loads of LEGO and lots of laughter to make Designer Minds an unforgettable experience for your child this Summer.

Topics vary depending on location and we rotate them each Summer so that children have a different experience every time!

We use a variety of cutting-edge equipment, scientist and engineer developed activity plans and Garda-vetted leaders. We are focused on fun, hands-on learning ensuring that your child will be inspired to develop a long-lasting love of the STEAM topics!

If you have a budding scientist, designer, techie or engineer then book early to avoid disappointment. Our exclusive camps have a maximum capacity of just 32 children, so places are strictly limited. Sibling discounts available.

Information & booking on https://designerminds.ie/camps

Friday 31 August, 8pm, €15/€12 conc/€48 family of 4/€60 family of 5

Written In The Stars

presented by BreakThrough Dance Company

BreakThrough Dance Company break the boundaries this year as they bring you their very first professional company show!!

'Written In The Stars' is an amalgamation of dance, song and performance art performed by the senior members, past pupils and teachers of BreakThrough Dance Company.

From Monday 03 & Wednesday 05 September, 10.05am - 11.35am,

Mindful Yoga with Susie - Autumn 2018

Take time to tune in to your body, your breath, your self with yoga.   Find comfort and ease in the body through movement and developing awareness.  Let go of unnecessary tensions, allowing well-being to arise naturally, and bring this into your everyday life.

Suitable for beginners and people with experience of yoga.  Susie is fully qualified to teach in the Satyananda tradition of yoga (recognised by the Yoga Federation of Ireland and the British Wheel of Yoga).

Practical information:

  • Wear loose comfortable clothing in layers. Shoes are not worn;
  • Bring a blanket with you for keeping cosy during the relaxation.  Mats are provided;
  • Yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach;
  • If you have any health problems it is advisable to check with your doctor whether s/he considers yoga to be appropriate for you.


For more information or to book, please contact Susie McNaughton 086 7354461.  If a session is missed, it can be made up at other yoga classes during the week, or on other days over a maximum of 8 weeks.

Monday 3 September, 4.30pm - 5.30pm, €8 per class / €50 for 7 week term

Yoga For Teens

People who do yoga often find it’s more than just a great form of exercise it can also improve our whole outlook. This class will hopefully guide teens through the best poses and practices to build the strength, confidence and peace of mind they need to navigate through secondary school and beyond!  The Gift of Yoga is here for them!

Health Benefits:

  •  Strengthens, tones and builds muscle
  •  Increases flexibility and corrects posture
  •  Sharpens concentration and improves positive motivation
  •  Reduce exam and life stresses
  •  Weight management
  •  Renews and invigorates complexion
  •  Creates balance and grace


For further information or to book, call workshop facilitator Una on 087 2388463.

Term starting Friday 7 September, 3pm - 5pm,

Mindfulness Through Art Workshops - Autumn 2018

Change Your Thoughts... Change Your Life...

Are you looking to change your life for the better?
Always wanted to learn how to set and achieve ultimate goals in your life?
Would you like to discover your own true reflection and creative force?

Then this truly transformational and creative workshop is for you.

You and your life are composed of your thoughts and a wise person controls their thoughts.  Be that wise person. Let me show you how to learn to control your thoughts to control the power within you; this will be your path to true happiness. 
This six-week programme is designed to help you to connect with your subconscious mind. The programme will get rid of negative and unwanted thoughts which in reality are stopping you from reaching your ultimate goals and living your life to its full potential.
Dive into your subconscious to discover your power within and creative force, using effective mindfulness, visualisation, and art techniques.

You will walk away with:

  • A better understanding of your subconscious mind;
  • An awakening creativity and knowledge of how to use it for self-reflection;
  • Knowledge and skills on how to set and achieve worthy goals in your life;
  • An action plan.


Anyone can participate in the workshops; no artistic skills required. All the art materials are provided for you with coffee and tea available during the workshops.

Early booking is advisable as places are limited.
For more information or to book your place, please, contact Tatjana Simakova by phone 0852819849 or email yourmindtherapy@gmail.com
You can find us on Facebook at Mind Your Mind Through Art.

Exhibition: Friday 7 September – Saturday 27 October, 10am - 5pm daily, free of charge
Launch: Friday 21 September as part of Culture Night,

Adam Pomeroy: Nocturne

presented by glór

glór presents an exhibition of new work by Adam Pomeroy.

Adam is a one of Ireland’s leading contemporary figurative artists and his work has been shown widely in Ireland and the UK. Paintings from his biblical series can be seen in Galway and Ennis cathedrals, and have also been shown in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin. The work in Nocturne is concerned with minimalist realism, paring down representation to the essential without sacrificing the integrity of the subject. Nocturne is as much about what is not painted as what is.

A stillness pervades his work…He casts a melancholy spell, but the work is far from gloomy. In his concentrated attentiveness there is also a delight in sheer vitality.’ Aidan Dunne, Irish Times

From Saturday 8 September, 10.30am - 11.30am,

Art Classes for Children (Autumn 2018 term)

Suitable for children aged 5-12 years old

These childrens art classes will take place in the glór foyer with experienced teacher Helen Lowe.

All material is included in the class. The series of classes will touch on still life, portrait, landscape, abstract and animals. For this series of classes we will use oil pastels, watercolors and acrylic on different media. The aim is that after 5 classes the children will feel comfortable with using different media and supports. Class size is limited so please book in advance.

Cost per student €110
(€100 for 2nd child / €80 for 3rd child from same family)

Booking directly with Helen on 086 736 3320.
More information at www.facebook.com/quinart.class

Saturday 8 September, 2pm - 4pm in the glór foyer, free of charge

Family Trad Session Series with Eoin O’Neill and Friends

Award winning musician Eoin O’Neill will be joined by special guests from the Clare music scene for these monthly family trad sessions.

Eoin has lived in Clare for the past 30 years and has been an integral part of the traditional music landscape in the county. In 2015 Eoin was the winner of the MÓRglór award for Outstanding  Contribution to Traditional Music in County Clare and he is famous for his informal music sessions and classes in many venues throughout the county.

The whole family can take part so bring along your instruments and tune up!

Classes start on Saturday 15 September,

French For Fun For Kids and Teenagers - Autumn 2018 term

presented by La Jolie Ronde tutor Rhona Gomès

An opportunity for children to learn French through games, songs, rhymes, stories, role-plays and fun! Age appropriate classes for primary and secondary school children from age 5 upwards.

Classes start on Saturday 15 September.

Please pre-book with Rhona Gomès at 086-8262500 as spaces are limited.
For more information about La Jolie Ronde please visit www.lajolieronde.ie

Saturdays from 15 September - 15 December, 2pm - 4pm, €110/€100 per term

Clare Youth Theatre

Clare Youth Theatre are back for another term of fun filled imaginative activities in which teenagers learn theatre skills including acting, lighting and stage design, script writing, movement and set design.

An initiative of Clare Arts Office. Open to young people of secondary school age.

Saturday 15 September, 8pm, €16/€14 conc

What Good is Looking Well When You’re Rotten on the Inside?

One month before his death, retired civil servant and man of few words Paddy O’Grady had a sudden urge to talk. Using a cassette tape recorder, he recorded hours of absurdist stories and musings on life.

Now, Paddy’s granddaughter examines the fragile personas we present to the world, who we might be behind them and who we could be instead in a show about emotional inheritance and grief for wasted creativity that serves as both a tribute and a warning.

Supported by the Arts Council

"...a striking piece of theatrical work." - Reviews Hub
A charming meditation on inheritance” – Peter Crawley, Irish Times
"...a compelling, bravura performance."- Galway Advertiser
"... beautifully realised..." - Reviews Hub
"...This is a play about family, but also about individuality. It makes for a great story." - Reviews Hub
… extremely charming, well-executed, and leaves one feeling there is slightly more good in the world than beforehand.” – Reviews Hub
...stellar performance...” – Meg.ie

Tuesday 18 September, 8pm, €16/€14 conc

Máirtín O’Connor, Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill and Séamie O’Dowd

presented by Music Netowrk

Music Network is delighted to bring together the unique voice of Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill in concert with phenomenal accordionist, Máirtín O'Connor and gifted multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Séamie O’Dowd. The adventurous musical spirit that has seen O'Connor and O’Dowd dazzle and intrigue audiences through their past musical collaborations will explore new avenues as they enjoy the freedom of the instrumental duo format while also combining their creative talents to create a gorgeous soundscape to enhance the traditional songs for which Ní Dhomhnaill is renowned. An opportunity to hear material old and new, performed by a sublime trio, that will range from exquisite to high-spirited and will undoubtedly be inspirational!
 

  • Máirtín O’Connor, Accordion
  • Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill, Voice
  • Séamie O'Dowd, Guitar/Fiddle/Voice


One of the most versatile Irish button accordion players” – Folkworld [on O’Connor]
Dark and deep, sonorous and controlled” – The Irish Times [on Ní Dhomhnaill]
Musical legend” – The independent [on O’Dowd]

Friday 21 September, 6.15pm in the Studio, free of charge

Poets Ancient and Modern

presented by The Clare Poetry Collective

Duration: 60 mins

Clare has produced many celebrated poets over the years and The Clare Poetry Collective members will each introduce a Clare poet of the past, (Mairéad Ní Ghráda, Joseph Meany, Thomas Dermody, Eithne Strong, Brian Merriman, Peter Kay, Brendan O’Beirne), talk about their work, read one or more of their poems, and then read some of their own work.

An informing and entertaining gathering of powerful poetry, well read.

Friday 21 September, 7.30pm in the glór foyer, Free of charge but ticketed. Please pre-book

The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra

Practically all hailing from Limerick - with a dash of Galway and Australia - The Brad Pitt Light Orchestra's music is a blend of warm vocal harmonies, classy instrumentation and ear-catching melodies that is desperately hard to categorise yet strangely easy to love.

The five-piece BPLO have toured Ireland extensively with their theatrical show as well as with the music of Leonard Cohen, Van Morrison and David Bowie in Irish language performances.

Saturday 22 September, 8pm, €16/€14 Conc.

Cracks

presented by Quintessence Theatre Company

A powerful piece of devised theatre from An Tain Arts Centre’s Company-In-Residence exploring the issue of mental illness in Ireland.

I’m falling between the cracks in myself, and I don’t know how to crawl back out…

Quintessence Theatre use their innovative physical ensemble story-telling techniques mingled with multi-media platforms of film and music to poignantly explore the profound struggle individuals with mental illness face on a daily basis in Ireland today.

In this darkly comical and deeply moving new play an unsuccessful suicide attempt leaves young Leanne Dowd estranged and attempting to pick up the pieces of a life still shattered by mental illness. Devised by the company and directed by Anna Simpson, a Creative Associate of the Pleasance and Practitioner with the Globe, London, this brand new work seeks to expose the lived experience of battling a severe mental illness in an inefficient and unsympathetic system through the eyes of one young woman.

Tuesday 25 September, 8pm, €7

The Florida Project

Dir: Sean Baker 2017
USA 115 mins
Cert: 15A English

Six-year-old Moonie, (Brooklynn Prince) lives with her mother Halley, (Bria Vinaite) in a Florida motel. Along with her friends, Moonie spends the summer exploring the urban wilderness and getting into every sort of mischief. Halley, meanwhile, desperately tries to make ends meet. Kind but stern manager Bobby, (Willem Dafoe) tries to keep his patience as rent goes unpaid and the hyperactive kids run wild.

Friday 28 September, 8pm, €25

Oh What A Night: A Celebration of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

presented by Zac Global Promotions

Following a sold-out run at the Tivoli Theatre in Dublin, this fast-paced, energetic production paying tribute to the legendary music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons returns for a nationwide tour. Putting their charismatic stamp on timeless classics such as ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’, ‘Walk Like A Man’, ‘Sherry’, and ‘Oh What A Night’ the boys take you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane and remind you exactly why The Four Seasons sold over 100 million records and earned themselves a place in the prestigious Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!
 
With slick choreography, charm, charisma, brilliant audience participation, and amazing live vocals, it’s clear to see why Frankie’s Guys are receiving standing ovations up and down the country.

Saturday 29 September in the STUDIO, 8.30pm, €17/€15 conc.

Colin Murphy

The Bald Ambition Tour 2018

25 years ago a young man had a dream and that dream was to perform. As an actor success came quickly with the National Youth Theatre and early TV appearances in Yorkshire Television’s Heartbeat and Drop The Dead Donkey for Channel 4. His starring role in Our Friends In The North led to him becoming a household name. Daniel Craig* has achieved everything he set out to do and has reached the very pinnacle of the entertainment industry.

25 years ago another young man had a dream. And hope. And hair. He is still hanging on to all three… just about.

Best known for his TV appearances on the award winning Blame Game, Murphy and O’Kane Do Le Football, The Panel, and The Blizzard of Odd, Colin has performed his stand-up all over the world from Montreal to Melbourne, Beijing to Ballybofey.

*Daniel Craig will not be appearing in this show.

Saturday 13 October, 2pm - 4pm in the glór foyer, free of charge

Family Trad Session Series with Eoin O’Neill and Friends

Award winning musician Eoin O’Neill will be joined by special guests from the Clare music scene for these monthly family trad sessions.

Eoin has lived in Clare for the past 30 years and has been an integral part of the traditional music landscape in the county. In 2015 Eoin was the winner of the MÓRglór award for Outstanding  Contribution to Traditional Music in County Clare and he is famous for his informal music sessions and classes in many venues throughout the county.

The whole family can take part so bring along your instruments and tune up!

Saturday 13 October, 8pm, €22.50/€20 conc.

Donna Taggart

Autumn Concert Tour 2018

Following her astonishing International success with ‘Jealous of the Angels’ which has now achieved Multi-Platinum status with well in excess of 100 Million streams Donna Taggart is delighted to announce an Autumn 2018 Concert Tour in Ireland.

Just back from the USA after touring with legendary singer/songwriter Phil Coulter Donna’s distinctive emotional singing style has drawn comparisons with the likes of Eva Cassidy, Mary Black and Alison Krauss. Although Donna has only recently gained international recognition she is making up for lost time.  Her debut Irish and UK Tour in 2017 enthralled audiences and has established her as one of Ireland’s top Live Female performers.

Friday 19 October, 8pm, €20/€18 conc

The Nualas: Glam Slam!

Bam! Pow! Biff! Shazam! 

They are back in the ring for a glittering bout of knock-out, body-slamming comedy gold. They dance like a butterfly and sing like a bee. They'll have you flat out on the mat with laughter. They will literally punch you right in the kisser with their gloves of gags and gaiety. Who? The Nualas. What? Their new show, Glam-Slam. Where? At a reputable entertainment out-let near you.
Don't miss this slug-fest of musical genius from Ireland's first ladies of comedy.

'I laughed until I cried.'
'I laughed until my face hurt.'
'I have never laughed so much, an absolutely brilliant show.'

Real quotes from real people who actually saw the show.

Non-stop belly laughs’ Guide2Dublin
Inventive and wonderfully entertaining’ The Evening Herald
The Nualas have put comedy and music in a blender and come up with a world class soufflé.’ Sunday Times.

Sunday 21 October, 8pm, €30

Harlem Gospel Choir

Performing contemporary gospel with a touch of jazz and blues, The World Famous Harlem Gospel Choir is synonymous with power vocals, glorious sound and infectious energy. For over two decades they have been America's premier gospel choir and have toured the globe thrilling audiences with the inspirational power of black gospel music.

Deeply rooted in the history of the African-American slave trade, black gospel music can be traced back to the 1700s when African slaves brought their unique African musical heritage to America and combined it with their new faith - Christianity. Out of the hardship and the trials of slavery, this unique musical tradition came to be, and forever changed music as we know it. Blues, Soul, and Rock-and-Roll...they all have origins in black gospel music. Harlem Gospel Choir presents modern gospel classics as performed in the black churches of Harlem today.

Harlem Gospel Choir have performed alongside superstars such as Bono, Diana Ross, The Gorillaz, Andre Rieu, Damon Albarn, Pharrell Williams and most recently with JamieXX, Raury, KBS Korean Traditional Music Orchestra and Lang Lang, Lou Gramm of Foreigner, Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, Sia, Yolanda Adams, The 1975, Ibeyi, Nile Rodgers, Kathy Sledge and most recently at the 2018 Grammy Award Show with Sam Smith. They have performed for three Presidents (President Obama, President Carter and President Nelson Mandela), two Popes (Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI), Ban Ki-Moon, and the UN General Assembly. They have recorded with Keith Richards, The Chieftains, Andre Rieu, The Night of the Proms, and Trace Adkins among many others.

Harlem Gospel Choir embodies the spirit of American Gospel. Every concert is infectiously enthusiastic; a roller coaster ride of singing and dancing; a gospel celebration! The Choir's rich harmonies & dynamic sound are "UNFETTERED & JOYOUS". Their harmonious songs of love and hope and inspiration will touch the depths of your soul, lift your spirit, and take your breath away!

Get ready to tap your feet, clap your hands, and even dance on stage to their high-energy, joyous and exuberant performance! 

Saturday 27 October, 8pm, €18/€16 conc.

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

presented by Rough Magic

By James Joyce
Adapted for the stage by Arthur Riordan

Rough Magic Arthur Riordan’s vibrant stage adaptation of James Joyce's seminal novel, brought to life by a dynamic new creative ensemble of actors and designers under Ronan Phelan’s direction.

The spiritual rebellion of Stephen Dedalus and his restless search for self-expression will be brought to life in a thrilling theatrical odyssey. Written during the political and artistic explosion of the early twentieth century, this is Joyce’s manifesto; the dazzling debut of Ireland’s epic re-inventor and architect of the English language.

Directed by Ronan Phelan
Set and Costume Design – Katie Davenport
Lighting Design – Sarah Jane Shiels
Sound Design and Composition – Denis Clohessy

Rough Magic is supported by the Arts Council

Thursday 1 November, 8pm, €25

Michael English

with very special guest Louise Morrissey

Following the huge success of Michael’s previous Concert Tours, he brings his show to glór on Thursday November 1st with his very special guest Louise Morrissey.

Michael’s popularity has skyrocketed since going on the road with his band 4 years ago packing out venues all over Ireland & the UK for both concerts & dances. Michael & his talented band are renowned for their energetic performances & with Michael's musical talents he plays both his famous 'red piano' & accordion at his shows. He is dedicated to giving his followers an unforgettable show each time they see him. And with accolades like 'Best Country Dance Band' at The Irish Country Music Awards & 'Vocalist of the Year' at The Sunday World country Music Awards under his belt there is no stopping the Kildare man!

Saturday 3 November, 8pm, €35

Paul Brady in Concert

Paul Brady, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is one of Ireland’s most highly regarded and successful artists. He crosses musical boundaries again and again, incorporating folk, rock, blues, traditional Irish and classic pop styles into his songwriting.
 
His live performances include songs from his extensive catalogue of 40 years, and he invites you into his world of songs and music in a way that will surprise in its intimacy, sense of fun and raw power.

Friday 9 November, 8pm, €30/€27 conc

Phil Coulter

Gold & Silver Days

Phil’s long career as a songwriter, producer and recording artiste has been recognised over the years with so many gold discs that the theme is totally appropriate.

Very few in the music business can boast of having chart entries in every decade since the sixties.  Even fewer can match the range of Phil’s output – from Eurovision winners to folk classics, from tender ballads to sporting anthems, from Luke Kelly to Elvis Presley!

His new show, Gold & Silver Days, will feature Phil’s personal favourites as he trawls through his 50 years of creativity.  As he says himself, “It will be a different and interesting collection – some of the big hits alongside some that I thought should have been hits!  Some songs that meant a lot to my bank manager as well as some that simply meant a lot to me”.

An original retrospective on the work of one of our finest, it’s a show for every lover of good music.

Saturday 10 November, 2pm - 4pm in the glór foyer, free of charge

Family Trad Session Series with Eoin O’Neill and Friends

Award winning musician Eoin O’Neill will be joined by special guests from the Clare music scene for these monthly family trad sessions.

Eoin has lived in Clare for the past 30 years and has been an integral part of the traditional music landscape in the county. In 2015 Eoin was the winner of the MÓRglór award for Outstanding  Contribution to Traditional Music in County Clare and he is famous for his informal music sessions and classes in many venues throughout the county.

The whole family can take part so bring along your instruments and tune up!

Friday 16 November, 8pm, €20/€18 conc.

The Matchmaker

presented by Michael Scott Productions

John B. Keane’s beloved hit comedy follows the efforts of Dicky Mick Dicky O Connor to make matches for the lonely and lovelorn from all parts of the country.  At the centre of this celebrated production is John B Keane’s marvellous and mischievous wit coupled by his unparalleled way with words.

John B. Keane takes us back to a simpler time, when even phones were few and far between and the only web was one left behind by spiders.

Wednesday 21 November, 8pm, €20

Festive Food Demonstrations & Fashion

Enjoy an evening of Festive Food and Fashion hosted by Ciana Campbell with demonstrations by celebrity chef Kevin Dundon and fashion on show by Annette’s Boutique. Kevin Dundon will demonstrate a range of dishes that will inspire you to get your Christmas apron on and cook up a storm! All proceeds go to the Ray of Sunshine Foundation, a Clare based charity that brings brings volunteers to Kenya to carry out building projects.

The Ray of Sunshine is a Co. Clare based registered charity that brings volunteers to Kenya to carry out building projects. In 2016 we built a Rescue Home for Girls used in the sex trafficking industry in Mombasa and in 2018 we built a similar home for boys. Celebrity Chef Kevin Dundon travelled with us on our 2018 project and is a great supporter of our charity.

www.rayofshine.ie

Thursday 22 November, 8pm, €18/€16 conc.

Michael Harding: On Tuesdays I’m a Buddhist

presented in association with Ennis Book Club Festival

Join best-selling writer and raconteur Michael Harding as he reads from his latest memoir, ruminates on the difference between psychotherapy and religion, and relates the story of his pilgrimage to Skellig Michael, in his ongoing search for meaning.

Harding’s latest attempt to find meaning in life is searingly honest, funny and self-deprecating” The Irish Times

a spell-binding and powerful book about the human condition, the narratives we weave around the self, and the ultimate bliss of living in the present moment.” Books.ie

Wednesday 25 April, 7.30pm, Pay what you feel on the night (bring cash!)

PlatForms

PlatForms is a recent glór initiative to support artists in creating new work – whilst providing insight for audiences into the development process and the choices that artists make. The event will be ‘scratch’ in style, with a selection of artists across art-forms sharing brief excerpts from their work-in-progress, with opportunities for audience responses and feedback. Three to four artists/groups of artists will present short excerpts of their work – followed by brief moderated discussions with the audience about what they have seen.

If you are interested in applying to take part in PlatForms, please click here for more information.

The audience are requested to reserve tickets in advance and then pay what they feel on the night (in cash!).

Please book your ticket in advance with glór box office.

Saturday 8 December, 2pm - 4pm in the glór foyer, free of charge

Family Trad Session Series with Eoin O’Neill and Friends

Award winning musician Eoin O’Neill will be joined by special guests from the Clare music scene for these monthly family trad sessions.

Eoin has lived in Clare for the past 30 years and has been an integral part of the traditional music landscape in the county. In 2015 Eoin was the winner of the MÓRglór award for Outstanding  Contribution to Traditional Music in County Clare and he is famous for his informal music sessions and classes in many venues throughout the county.

The whole family can take part so bring along your instruments and tune up!

Tuesday 11 & Wednesday 12 December, 7.30pm, €24/€20 concession/€14 child/Family of 4 €68

The Nutcracker

presented by Ballet Ireland

Ballet Ireland is delighted to tour The Nutcracker, one of the world’s favourite ballets, to audiences nationwide this season.

This Irish production of the festive classic, performed by an international cast of world-class dancers, appeals to audiences of all ages, with its fairy tale magic, Tchaikovsky’s beloved & sumptuous score, beautiful costumes, and a tale of wondrous adventure - combining to form one of the most delectable Christmas confections imaginable.

This holiday season, experience the beauty and magic with the whole family. After all, Christmas only begins once you’ve seen Ballet Ireland’s The Nutcracker!

"Luscious, luxurious and a sheer delight, The Nutcracker is a perfect Christmas treat" theartsview.com

Saturday 15 December, 8pm, €25

Foil Arms & Hog: Craicling

Please note that due to circumstances beyond our control, this event has been rescheduled from the advertised date of Saturday 8 September.

Former children and regular eaters, Foil Arms & Hog are back with the Irish premiere of their new show Craicling. The show has yet to be reviewed but when it is, it will be “utterly spellbinding” and “a triumph.”

Best known for their YouTube videos, (50 million online hits), their live show is what they’re most proud of. They’ve sold-out every year in glór since 2017, a run that must surely end, but hopefully not this year.

Quite simply, a sensation.” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Saturday 19 January 2019, 8pm, €30

Tommy Fleming

Voice of Hope II Tour

The Voice of Hope II tour will be a special collection of spiritual inspirational music together with Tommy’s usual songs. 

Tommy turns each song into his own with his own unique and powerful style touching emotions in you that only music can reach. Tommy is famous for his own arrangement of 'Danny Boy', 'Isle of Inisfree' and 'Hard Times'  and many more. While Tommy’s music may be difficult to classify, fans use such words as “deeply emotional, romantic and sincere” to describe the feelings it evokes. One reviewer described his music as falling into a genre of Symphonic Pop that still awaits a name.  He also toured & worked with the great Elaine Paige, Kenny Rogers, & Vince Gill in recent years.

A Tommy Fleming concert is a musical experience not to be missed with each song more haunting than the next.  Don’t miss this special night of music.

Saturday 26 January, 8pm, €30

The Fureys

Legends of Irish music & song The FUREYS, renowned for their hit songs ‘I Will Love You’, ‘When You Were Sweet 16’, ‘The Green Fields of France’, ‘Red Rose Café’, ‘From Clare to Here’ and more, have been entertaining audiences worldwide for 41 years.

The band, formed in 1978, are responsible for some of the most stirring music ever to capture the public imagination. Their folk based music has received standing ovations in some of the biggest concert halls of the world and they credit their musical ability to their parents, Ted and Nora, who were well known musicians themselves. They encouraged their sons to play music from a very early age and there was live traditional music in their house almost nightly.

Their emotive songs stir many emotions….tears and laughter, sadness and joy.

Friday 8 February 2019, 8pm , €25/€22.50 Conc.

Johnny Cash Roadshow

Johnny Cash Roadshow is not another tribute band - it is a full production and finest celebration of Johnny Cash in the world. JCR are now recognised and loved as a band in their own right, unrivalled by any other that truly celebrates the career of a music legend, Johnny Cash.  This is the UK and Europe’s most recognised celebration, with respected singer/songwriter Clive John, re-creating with astounding accuracy and truly capturing the essence of what it was like to be at a real Cash show! Also featuring Amanda Stone as ‘June Carter’ and the ‘Roadshow Horns’.

All aspects of Cash’s life are covered with impeccable taste.  The show takes the audience from the 1950’s right up to 2002 including all the greatest hits,  along with songs from the latest five decades of the man in black’s career. All this accompanied by emotive and evocative screen images.‘

'Clive captures my Grandfather JUST as he was
Caitlin Crowell  - Granddaughter of Mr. Johnny Cash