AS a special treat, the Briery Gap in Macroom will be screening “The Lego Movie” for its younger patrons totally FREE! The original 3D computer animated story follows Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO mini-figure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world.
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THE line-up has just been announced for this month’s Sullane Sessions, a new acoustic concert series taking place in Macroom’s Briery Gap Theatre. Programmed by local musician and promoter, Colm O’Herlihy, Sullane Sessions has quickly established itself as a platform for some of country’s finest acts including Katie Kim, Oliver Cole and The Shaker Hymn among others. This month sees a selection of exciting and eclectic international acts coming to
THE Briery Gap’s new music series “Sullane Sessions” got underway on Saturday 24th May with the enchanting Katie Kim and guest Joan Shelley. The series aims to provide a platform for upcoming musical talent from at home and abroad. The series continues on Saturday, 13th June with Oliver Cole, born and raised in County Meath but has spent the past number of years in Dublin, where he writes, records, plays
MACROOM’S Briery Gap has announced that for this month only there will be free admission to three great movies to allow people to share the experience of the recently refurbished cinema.
This year, Briery Gap is delighted to present The Sound of Music, one of the world’s most loved and cherished musicals. Based on a true story, The Sound of Music is the masterful retelling of the Family von Trapp singers with music and lyrics from Rodgers and Hammerstein that will transport patrons to the hills of Austria and into the home of the von Trapp family.
FOLLOWING on from its critically acclaimed sell out tour in 2013, CallBack presents Fred & Alice – Love in the time of OCD at the Briery Gap, Macroom on April 13th as part of a new national tour, details of the tour can be found on www.callbacktheatre.com. It’s not easy to get by in this crazy old world is it? But Fred and Alice have discovered that all you
THIS weekend Briery Gap Cultural Centre is proud to host the 14th annual The festival was founded in 2001 and is aimed at encouraging the artistic skills of students during the non-exam year.
LEADING Irish soprano Cara O’Sullivan will perform a one-off concert at Macroom’s Briery Gap Theatre on February 22nd next. O’Sullivan has become an artist with an impeccable operatic pedigree and has risen to prominence as one of Ireland’s leading sopranos.
The Castle Hotel and The Briery Gap Theatre in Macroom have united to offer a truly unique Wedding Venture, have you ever dreamt of being Angelina Jolie on your wedding day and that your partner could be Brad Pitt, well now, here is your chance to take centre stage and even choose your own cast. The merging of these two established venues now presents couples with a romantic, theatrical,
A FEAST of hilarious laughter, wonderful singing, spectacular costumes and amazing sets are on the menu for this year’s favourite fairy story, “The Babes in the Wood.” Briery Gap is now in its 14th year of producing one of the best Panto’s in the country, with a cast of over 100 this year’s production promises to be even bigger and better than before – oh no it isn’t –
JACK Lukeman (Jack L) comes to the newly refurbished Briery Gap Theatre, Macroom for an eagerly anticipated return date on Friday 18 October. He sold out on his last visit, so better to get them ASAP!
Theatre February 1st February @ 8.00 pm Conal Gallen Comedian
Theatre February 1st February @ 8.00 pm Conal Gallen Comedian Tickets €25 Saturday 2nd February @ 8.00 pm
Cinderella Due to popular demand we would like to announce that an extra performance of the most popular fairy tale of all time “Cinderella” will take place on Sunday 6th January @ 3.00 pm.
Theatre Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th December St Mary’s Secondary School Transition Year present Keeping Up With the Convent Tickets €10
Theatre Thursday 15th, Friday 16th and Saturday 17th November @ 8.00pm Message in a Bottle: Titanic! Devised by Helen Hallissey
Theatre Out of Time Theatre Company presents on Saturday 20th October @ 8.30 pm The Last Train From Holyhead No interval. Duration 1¼ hours. Starring Dave Duffy (Fair City), Stephen Gorman (Leap Year) and Deirdre Jones (Ripper Street) Produced by Deirre Jones Directed by Blayne Kelly
Theatre Saturday 8th September @ 8.30 pm The Great Hunger by Patrick Kavanagh The misery, deprivations and loneliness of an Irish rural esistence are brought to life in Jack Healy’s performance of Patrick Kavanagh’s epic poem, “The Great Hunger”, directed by Ger Fitzgibbon.
Culture Night will take place in Briery Gap on September 21st @ 8.00 PM The Running order is as follows: Johnny Creedon, A day in the life of Macroom Rob Bradstock, Gearagh Memories Hannie Corkery & Helen Willems, Muskerry Stories Blake Norton, Pyschosis John Vaughan, Victory
Theatre Monday 27th August @ 7.00 pm Good Old Days Rehearsal A rehearsal for the Briery Gap in-house production of “The Good Old Days” will take place on Monday 27th August @ 7.00 pm Please note change of date. All are welcome. Sunday 2nd September @ 8.00pm
Saturday, August 18th, 8.30 pm Heart to Heart Band Featuring Gloria of “One Day at a Time” fame, Sheila Fitzgearld & Mike Sheehan (Heart to Heart Band). Scottish singing sensation Johnny Bremner, and special guest Fr Martin McCormack, who is just back from the missions in Africa, for a fabulous evening of Country, Irish, and uplifting spiritual songs at the the Briery Gap Theatre
THE Briery Gap is proud to present a Summer season of film which launches on July 4th. The films will be running every Wednesday through out the summer until July 11th. The films will start at 8:30pm, admission is only €5, season ticket available for the 9 films @ €25.
AFTER the phenomenal success of Oklahoma and Showboat, Kevin Hough returns to the Briery Gap to direct the much loved musical comedy Calamity Jane. With classic tunes such as ‘Secret Love’, ‘The Black Hills of Dakota’ and ‘The Windy City’ made famous by Doris Day, it is guaranteed to be a fun filled entertaining evening which will have the audience singing along.
COMEDIAN Conal Gallen will be performing at the Briery Gap, Macroom on Thursday March 1st next. Before he achieved his first ever double platinum album with the Live & full of it, Conal had taken the Irish comedy scene by storm. His outstanding sense of comic timing, his tremendous singing voice and dynamic stage presence make him a favourite with audiences in all places and of all ages. As he
All commence at 8.30 pm and admission is €7. Jan 16 – The Way Dir: Emilio Estevez / USA / 2010/ 128 mins / Cert: 12A Starring: Martin Sheen, Deborah Kara Unger, Yorick Van Wangeningen, James Nesbitt and Emilio Estevez Language: English After the sudden death of his globe-trekking son Daniel (Estevez), Tom (Sheen) flies to the Pyrenees to collect his body.
MACROOM-born soprano and harpist Kathleen Dineen and her A cappella vocal trio White Raven will appear at the Briery Gap Macroom with special guest Gerry O’Connor (fiddle) for a night of Irish traditional music and song. Hailed as “voices of purest gold” by the Irish Times critics, White Raven has perfected the art of ensemble singing with their unique timbre and exquisite blend of voices.
AUDITIONS for the Briery Gap’s April production of Calamity Jane will take place at the Briery Gap on Sunday, January 29th from 4pm with Kevin Hough. Calamity Jane was adapted by Ronald Hanmer and Phil Park from the stage play by Charles K Freeman after the Warner Brothers film written by James O’Hanlon with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain.
Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th December 2011 The Muppets Christmas Carol Friday 30th & Saturday 31st December 2011 A Christmas Carol Sunday 1st & Monday 2nd January 2012
THE Talisman Theatre Company present Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer at the Briery Gap, Macroom on Friday, December 2nd next with shows at 10.30am and 12 noon. You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen, Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen.
1st Overall Coachford Players – A Galway Girl 2nd Blue Hat Theatre Company – Melody 3rd Corofin Dramatic Society – What’s for Pudding Best Male – William from Melody – Blue Hat Theatre Best Female– Mary, from What’s for Pudding – Corofin Dramatic Society Best Supporting Role– Mrs Harris The Visitor – Pike Theatre