Great month ahead at The Carnegie

Thursday 26th @ 8pm
Mr. Turner (2014) An exploration of the last quarter century of the great, if eccentric, British painter J.M.W. Turner’s life. Tickets €7
Friday 27th to Monday 30th @ 8pm
(First night 7.30pm wine reception)
Carnegie Players present Moll This March the curtain will rise on the Carnegie Players Production of John B. Keane’s ‘Moll’. Said to be the precursor to ‘Father Ted’, ‘Moll’ was first produced in July 1971 in Killarney. It is a comedy set in a rural presbytery in Kerry, the newly appointed Moll is a priest’s housekeeper who takes over a parish house with a divide and conquer strategy. Tickets €12/€10
Wednesday 1st @ 8pm
Comedy, Music, Interfoolery Skatz &Walls. Fools will get a chance to become part of the action, with full support and guidance from Skatz and Walls. If you’re in two minds about it then bring both of them with you! Tickets €10
(€5 if you bring a Moll program)
Thursday 2nd @ 8pm
Kenmare Film Society The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared (2013)
Dynamite expert Allan Karlsson’s life, and the unlikely events following his escape from the old folk’s home on his 100th birthday. Tickets €7 / Students €5
Thursday 9th @ 8pm
Imitation Game (2014)
During World War II, mathematician Alan Turing tries to crack the enigma code with help from fellow mathematicians. Tickets: €7 / Students €5
Saturday 11th @ 4pm
Rita Zachar’s Exhibition Launch
‘Echoes of the Mind’
‘Echoes of the Mind’ was chosen because Rita believes that our mind reflects realistic elements of our lives and that sometimes imagination takes over through our dreams, which can be surreal or strangely realistic. Her artwork reflects all of theses elements through paintings, drawings, photographs and sculptures. Admission Free. Everyone Welcome
Friday 10th @ 8pm
(part of Feile Neidin Festival) O’Sahara
Jon O’Connel, Luka Bloom and Quentin Cooper will be weaving their magic.
Tickets €18
Special festival offer,
buy tickets for the 10th and the 11th for €30
Saturday 11th @ 8pm
(part of Feile Neidin Festival)
Seamus Begley and Tim Edey will be entertaining the crowd with their free wheeling traditional Irish music.
Tickets €18
Special festival offer,
buy tickets for the 10th and the 11th for €30
Thursday 16th @ 8pm
A young and disoriented British soldier is accidentally abandoned by his unit following a riot on the deadly streets of Belfast in 1971. Tickets: €7 / Students €5
Friday 17th @ 8pm
Red Hurley Red is acknowledged as a unique Irish vocal talent and one of the finest entertainers of his generation. Having honed his craft over forty years, he appeals to all ages, musical tastes and cultures. Be it a cover version or his own original material, Red’s distinctive brand of satin smooth vocal magic makes each song his own. Tickets €25
Thursday 23rd @ 8pm
The Assassination of Brian Boru Two brothers of conflicting ideals sail to Ireland to defeat the High King Brian Boru. Over the course of the journey they part enemies, and meet again on opposite sides of the battlefield. Tickets -€15/12
Thursday 30th @ 8pm
In Depression-era North Carolina, the future of George Pemberton’s timber empire becomes complicated when he marries Serena. Tickets €7 / Students €5