September Events at Glór
Ennis, Co. Clare
Glór Box Office: 065 6843103
Sun, 1 Sep
Set dancing with The Kilfenora Céilí Band - 9.30 pm €7
Dance classes with Mike Mahony - 8pm €5
Fri, 6 Sep 8pm €12
Tóla Custy (fiddle) and Mirella Murray (piano accordion) with guests Diarmuid Moynihan (uilleann pipes), Laoise Kelly (harp), Pat Marsh (bouzouki)
What a fantastic line-up! Promises to be a great night of music with tunes from Tóla & Mirella's exciting new album 'Three Sunsets' and more from Calico & Bumblebees.
Thurs, 12 Sep
Riding the crest of a wave following the recent release of her second album, 'Shadows of You', Kate's first concert in Glór is not to be missed. Influenced by the musical traditions of Feakle and Tulla in East Clare, Kate's style is traditional with blends of blues and American country.
Sat, 14 Sep
8pm Arklow Silver Band
Founded in 1968, the band has won a myriad of awards both in Ireland and across Europe as well as appearing on U2's 'Joshua Tree' album. The band is Irish Champion for 8 of the last 9 years and in 2002 won a much coveted "three-in-a-row" of Championship Brass Band Titles.
Sun, 15 Sep
Glór Film Club presents Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Directed by Ang Lee, 2000, US/China/Taiwan
Based on a series of pulp fiction novels published in Shanghai during the 1920's, the story tells of two women, both fierce and capable fighters, whose fate intertwine during a tumultuous period of the Ching Dynasty. Beautifully filmed and choreographed, this is a film to be seen on the big screen.
Tues, 17 Sep
Recently honoured at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Music Awards 2002 with a Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting, Ralph's one man, one guitar show features songs from his 35 year career. Ralph has a reputation for spellbinding live performances, his storytelling abilities punctuating sensitive and thought provoking songs with light-hearted and self-deprecating humour.
Sun, 22 Sep
Glór Film Club presents The Man Who Wasn't There
Directed by Joel Coen, 2001, US
USA, summer, 1949. Ed Crane (Billy Bob Thornton) is a barber in a northern Californian town. He is dissatisfied with his life. His wife Doris' (Frances McDormand) infidelity presents Ed with an opportunity for blackmail that he thinks will help him to change it. However, Ed's scheme unravels and lays bare even darker secrets
Tues, 24 Sep
One of Australia's most talented and widely respected comedians visits Ennis fresh from sell out shows at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival. "There will never be an hour of your life that will go as fast as the one you let Adam Hills turn into a party. If you cannot enjoy Adam Hills you cannot have a pulse. *****" The Scotsman
Book early to avoid disappointment.
Sun, 29 Sep
Glór Film Club presents Tears of the Black Tiger
Directed by Wisit Sasanatieng, 1999, Thailand
An Eastern western? A gay satire? Or a boy's own adventure? One thing is certain: this is a film like nothing else you've ever seen. 'Tears of the Black Tiger' brings together the western, the all-stops-out Bollywood epic and the popular Thai movie genre of 50 years ago. One man's popular retro entertainment is another man's laughable kitsch, and yet another man's knowing postmodernism. You decide.
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