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In the Middle of… – Unitarian Church – 10-01-20

In the Middle of… – Unitarian Church – 10-01-20

Wed 08 Jan/ Thurs 09 Jan – 20:00 The Book Market, Kells
Fri 10 Jan – 20:00 Unitarian Church, Dublin

Mary Lavin is an Irish writer who has fallen out of the public consciousness in recent years. This night aims to introduce her work to a new generation and is curated by Deirdre Kinahan. It includes names such as Steve Wickham (The Waterboys) and Actress/Musician Lisa Lambe, among others. It takes place in the Unitarian Church this Friday and should be an interesting night!

Meath County Council Arts Office and AOB Arts Management present

A music, theatre and literary evening in celebration of Mary Lavin – Curated by Deirdre Kinahan

In the Middle of… is an eclectic mix of original performance to include music, theatre, readings, spoken-word and song, in an exciting celebration of the extraordinary life and work of Irish writer Mary Lavin, in a magical celebration by some of Ireland’s top performing artists.

Award-winning playwright Deirdre Kinahan invites a group of brilliant contemporary artists to respond to Lavin’s evocative short story collection ‘In the Middle of the Fields” through their chosen artform. Artists include the legendary Steve Wickham (The Waterboys), Actress/Musician Lisa Lambe with musical accompanist Wayne Sheehy, Actress Catherine Byrne (Fair City), Writer Sinead Moriarty, Poet Lewis Kenny, Singer/Song writers Michael Brunnock and SaraMai Leech.

With no rehearsal and no preview…both artists and audience will experience together, the honest and immediate response to one of Ireland’s most loved short story writers.

Commissioned by Meath County Council Arts Office with support from the Arts Council and Creative Ireland. Produced by AOB Arts Management

 

Categories: Books, Music

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