Welcome to the Clifden Station House Theatre
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
( 132 mins(12A)
Wednesday 30th – 8pm
Thursday 1st – 7pm
Saturday 3rd – 5pm
Sunday 4th – 7pm
( 115 mins(12A)
Saturday 3rd – 8pm
Sunday 4th – 4pm
Monday 5th – 8pm
The Clifden Arts Society presents Gatehouse on Friday the 2nd of December in the Station House Theatre Clifden.
Gatehouse recently received a five star review in The Irish times for Tús Nua.
Kris Drever, Julie Fowlis, Aoife Ní Bhriain & Pádraig Rynne (Ireland/Scotland)
January 23rd @ 8pm
Embark on an odyssey of love, loss and wonder as four incredibly talented and creative musicians shape songs from ages past into something fresh, dynamic – and irresistible.
When it comes to moulding traditional sounds into contemporary songs, few match the inventiveness and heart-rending emotion of Orkney-born singer Kris Drever. Freewheeling guitarist with award-winning avant-folk trio Lau, Drever has been described by Q magazine as ‘the standard bearer’ of the folk music revival.
Drever’s no-holds barred approach is shared by Julie Fowlis, a silver-toned singer whose voice – ‘pure and elemental as a Hebridean seashore’ – has seen her become one of Gaelic music’s most celebrated global ambassadors.
Completing this outstanding line-up are multi-award winning fiddler Aoife Ní Bhriain, renowned for her technical virtuosity across both traditional and classical music genres and concertina player Padraig Rynne whose ensembles Guidewires, Dán and Triad have re-defined the boundaries of the traditional music world.
Kris Drever, voice, guitar
For more information contact the Theatre on 095 21699
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