Celebrate Culture Night Friday September 16th with rehearsed readings of two new plays by Aidan O’ Keeffe and Mary Angland in the Daily Grind Coffee Shop, O’Brien Street, Kanturk at 7.00 pm.
One of the highlights of the 2016 Arts Festival was the chainsaw carving demonstration by Will Fogarty of Fear na Coilte Chainsaw Sculptures. After many coats of oil the Star Gazing hare was finally ready to be installed in it’s new home in O’Brien St Park. Many thanks to
Festival Programme Click here Kanturk Credit Union School Art Competition Winners. Category A. Category B. Category C. Category D. Category E. Category F. Kanturk Library Open Art Exhibition Arts Festival Opening Messy Hands 2016 Workshop Dowtcha Puppets 2016 Workshop Invited Artist Cian O’Sullivan.
Will Fogarty of Fear na Coillte Chainsaw Sculptures created a beautiful Sculpture on Saturday 19th March 2016 over the course of a few hours. The finished Sculpture a beautiful tactile Star Gazing Hare. The Star Gazing Hare will be on permanent display in O’Brien Street Park once it has been
Duhallow choral Society will present in collaboration with Ceoltoiri sliabh Luachra. Rockchapel Mallow and district Toast masters,The Pards a talented organisation of enactors dedicated to the memory of Irish Soldiers, special local guest musicians. This concert is dedicated to remember and celebrate our shared history and commemorate the historic events
Mary Bradford is a novelist and playwright from North Cork. Her debut novel, My Husband’s Sin, is a great success and she is now working on the sequel. Her plays have been both staged and produced and to add another aspect of writing to her already full CV, Mary is
Meet our judge for the Poetry Slam Marie O’Halloran. Marie lives in Co. Cork. She writes novels, poetry, short stories and plays. Two of her poems were commended in 2013 Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Competition. Runner-up was achieved by another poem of Marie’s in 2013 ’Caring for Carer’s Ireland’ poetry
The annual poetry slam kindly sponsored by Kanturk Bookshop will be held once again in Kanturk Courthouse @ 7:30pm on 20th March. Recite or read a favourite piece of poetry ( your own or someone else’s) and advocate it before our Judge, This year two €50 prizes will be awarded.