Pat Shortt – Hey!

Pat Shortt – Hey!

The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal          Saturday 1st December 2018          Time: 8 pm.   Tickets: €28.00

Pat Shortt is back with a brand new stage show called ‘Hey!’ Following the sell-out successes of ‘The Hall’, ‘Selfie’ and ‘How’s Tings?’ and fresh from starring roles in the hit play ‘A Skull In Connemara’ and the film ‘The Belly of The Whale’, Ireland’s best-loved comedian takes to the road with his latest quirky look at Irish life. Featuring all brand new material and sketches, this new show is a rogue’s gallery of oddball characters, bizarre situations and even a song or two!  ‘Hey!’ delivers a peculiar take on modern life that only the unique imagination of Pat Shortt could conjure up. A show not to be missed.

Hey! You have been warned!

Tickets €28.00 are available at 087 98593276 and will be available online soon – watch this space!!!!

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Antidotum Arachne’: Beware the Spider!

Antidotum Arachne’: Beware the Spider!

The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal          Saturday 13th October 

East Cork Early Music Festival promotes the performance and appreciation of early music in historic venues in East Cork and in Cork City.

This wonderful festival taking place in the Mall Arts Centre, Youghal aims to integrate the authentic style and spirit of an earlier time with performances which are vital and coherent in the present.

A Palisander Recorder Quartet ensemble will perform as part of this years festival and feature the very talented Lydia Gosnell, Miriam Nerval, Caoimhe de Paor, Elspeth Robertson.
For more information please telephone 087 9593276

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Culture Night at St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal

Culture Night at St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal

St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal          Friday 21st September 4.30 pm to 10 pm

Culture Night 2018, the eight Culture Night in Youghal will feature a vast array of free arts and cultural events taking place in many venues throughout the town, with something for everyone to enjoy. For lots more information and event details please visit the Culture Nights website.

Culture Night is an annual public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts.  This year, Culture Night will take place on Friday 21st September between 4.30 pm and 10 pm in St Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal.  On Culture Night, venues all around the island of Ireland open their doors for special and unique events and workshops, all free of charge.

Enjoy Culture Night at St Mary’s Collegiate Church:

4.30 – 5.30     Youghal Lace Exhibition and a ‘Youghal Lace – The Faces Behind the Lace’, This short film brings you inside the lace making rooms at the Presentation Convent, Youghal and shows the incredible detailed work by the women and children in making the Youghal lace.
6.30 – 7.00     Aoife Blake (Harpist)
7.00 – 7.30     Education and Training Board (ETB) Sewing Group talks
7.30 – 8.15     Youghal Choral Society
8.15 – 9.00     Shanty Singers
9.00 – 10.00  Comhaltas
The Irish language will be spoken throughout the evening.

Culture Night by its very nature encourages the movement of people from one venue to another.  Youghal Community Bus has offered their services for the night acting as a shuttle bus and facilitating the movement of people through out the town to all events.

The bus will leave every 20 minutes from the Culture Stop at the Mall Arts Centre.  Timetable to follow shortly.

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East Cork Early Music Festival – J.S Bach’s St.John Passion

East Cork Early Music Festival – J.S Bach’s St.John Passion

 St. Mary’s Collegiate Church, Youghal           Saturday 13th October at 7.30 pm

East Cork Early Music promotes the performance and appreciation of early music in historic venues in East Cork and in Cork City.

J.S Bach – St John Passion

Thomas Herford, tenor – Evangelist
Sestina Vocal Ensemble, director Mark Chambers
Madrigal ’75, director James Taylor
Cork Baroque Orchestra

Dynamic soloists from Belfast-based Sestina and Cork’s renowned chamber choir join forces with the Cork Baroque Orchestra to deliver Bach’s most powerful and moving religious work, his setting of the Passion of Christ according to the Gospel of St. John.

Tickets: €24. Children under 12 go free with an accompanying adult. Log into Tickets: East Cork Music Festival.   Limited number of €5 student tickets available at the door.
For further information please contact 087 9593276

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The Shandon Quartet in Concert

The Shandon Quartet in Concert

The Mall Arts Centre, Youghal          Saturday November 17th at 3 pm
Yew Wood Venues in association with the National String Quartet Foundation with the support of the Arts Council and Cork County Council present
The Shandon Quartet
Siun Milne and Brendan Garde, violins, David Kenny, viola, Aoife Burke, cello

Hayden – Quartet Op.76 No.3
Raymond Deane – Embers
Schumann – Quartet Op.41 No.3

Four of Cork’s brightest musical stars have come together as the Shandon Quartet and are performing in Limerick, Youghal and the National Concert Hall as part of the National String Quartet Foundation’s autumn season.

Haydn’s 62nd String Quartet,’Emperor’, abounds with charm and vitality, incorporating folk dance rhythms and some stunning virtuosity.  Raymond Deane wrote his quartet embers in 1973 when he was only twenty years old and it remains one of his best loved works.  Schumann’s third quartet is lyrical, dramatic, full of conflicting emotions and is abundant in beautiful musical references to Clara, his wife.

Siún Milne is an Assistant Lecturer in Violin at the CIT Cork School of Music. She regularly plays with the Irish Chamber Orchestra, performing as part of the Würzburg Mozart Fest, Storioni Festival Eindhoven and the Heidelberg and Rheingau Festivals at venues including The Lincoln Centre New York, Berlin Konzerthaus and Zürich Tonhalle.

Brendan Garde is currently studying for a Masters in Music Performance at the CIT Cork School of Music under the tutelage of Gregory Ellis. He is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, where he was the ABRSM EU scholar for the duration of his studies with Leland Chen. Brendan was a finalist in both the Norman George Violin Scholarship and the Helen Porthouse Paganini Prize at the RNCM.

 David Kenny is a graduate of the CIT Cork School of Music, where he studied with Constantin Zanidache and Simon Aspell. A keen chamber musician, he has performed at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival, Music in Drumcliffe, Interlaken Classics Festival Switzerland, KBC Great Music in Irish Houses Festival and The Chamber Music Gathering at the National Concert Hall, as well as collaborating with the Ficino Ensemble, Musici Ireland and The Vanbrugh Quartet. In 2016 David was appointed to viola section of the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.

Aoife Burke is a first-class graduate of the RNCM, Folkwang University of the Arts and the CIT Cork School of Music, where she studied with Emma Ferrand, Christoph Richter and Christopher Marwood, respectively. During her studies, Aoife was a recipient of the Raphael Sommer Scholarship and was a Britten-Pears Young Artist. She currently holds a residency at the Triskel Arts Centre in Cork, where she curates the Summer Lunchtime Concert Series and the Spotlight Chamber Music Series.

Tickets €12.50/€10.00 concession are available at www.themallartscentre.com or telephone 087 9593276 or at the door on the day of the performance.

 

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