Tag Archives: “Kilkenny Arts Festival”

Review: Gare St. Lazare Players – Title and Deed

Written by Will Eno and directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett, Title and Deed, starring Conor Lovett, gets it’s world premiere in Kilkenny’s Barnstorm Theatre. On Before When you flick through the festival programme, the piece on Title and Deed doesn’t … Continue reading

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Review: Maria McKinney, Rothe House

Curiosity was growing inside of us when we stepped through the threshold of Maria McKinney’s show in Rothe House, Parliament Street. ‘Horny Grids’ was the first piece that greeted us. It consists of two large horns, from highland cattle, perched upon … Continue reading

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Review: Ann Craven’s Roses

From a distance this looks like a nice but plain exhibition – simply roses, black and white. However on closer inspection there’s a more thoughtful side to it. The artist first paints a bouquet of white roses, then paints the … Continue reading

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Brunch with the Artists

Food and art… one of the the best combinations there can be! I experienced both under the roof of Cleeres on Saturday morning, and what an excellent start to the morning it was. I had the pleasure of going to a talk … Continue reading

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Review: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari film score by Eric Sweeney and 3epkano in St. Canice’s Cathedral

Last friday night, with blue uplighting the towering Gothic vaults and red light flooding the choir behind the screen on which Cesare the somnambulist lay dormant, St. Canice’s was ready for KAF’s first film screening and live score. One of … Continue reading

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Review: Fearhgus Ó Conchúir -Tabernacle

Mystified is the only word I could use to describe how I felt leaving the Watergate Theatre on Saturday. It was the most original piece of dance i have ever seen. The energy the cast had was extraordinary, form start … Continue reading

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Review – Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage

I didn’t know a lot about Beowulf, the famous warrior-hero, before last night, but now, after having been treated to Banana Bag & Bodice‘s (yep, that’s what they’re called) take on the epic poem in the Set Theatre, well, I can … Continue reading

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