Great month ahead at The Carnegie

September
Thursday 17th @ 8pm
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
As the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel has only a single remaining vacancy – posing a rooming predicament for two fresh arrivals – Sonny pursues his expansionist dream of opening a second hotel.
Tickets -€7/€5
Friday 18th—Culture Night—Two Exhibitions
The Carnegie Arts Centre will feature as part of ‘Kenmare Art Spots’ , a visual arts trail incorporating six venues scattered all around the wonderful heritage town of Kenmare.Open Late
FREE Admission.
Saturday 19th 8pm
Charlie McGettigan
Charlie has worked with artists like Maura O’Connell and Eleanor Shanley who both
recorded many of his songs including Feet of a Dancer, A Bed for the Night and If
Anything Happened to You. Charlie joined forces with Paul Harrington and Brendan
Graham to win the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest for Ireland with Rock n Roll Kids.
He has released many solo albums including In Your Old Room, Family Matters, Stolen Moments produced in Nashville by legendary producer Bil Vorndick and his current album The Man from 20.
Tickets €20, also available online
Thursday 24th – Kenmare Film Society – Cloud of Sils Maria- (2014)(15)(124mins)(Drama)
A veteran actress comes face-to-face with an uncomfortable reflection of herself when she agrees to take part in a revival of the play that launched her career 20 years earlier.
Tickets €7/€5

October
Thursday 1st @ 8pm
The Water Diviner
An Australian man travels to Turkey after the Battle of Gallipoli to try and locate his three missing sons.
Tickets: €7 / €5
Saturday 3rd @ 8pm
Louise Morrisey.
Louise Morrissey has long been regarded by both Folk and Country music enthusiasts as one of our vocal treasures.  Multi award winner Louise is highly regarded both nationally and internationally as one of Ireland’s greatest interpreters of song, this combined with her unique guitar style makes for a magical experience.
This special concert sees Louise return to the theatre stage for this intimate trip back to her folk days when she performed with her brothers as part of the highly acclaimed folk group The Morrisseys. From the mid 70’s through to the late 80’s The Morrisseys enjoyed national and international success.
Louise will take you on a nostalgic journey from those early days with The Morrisseys right up to the present day, singing songs from her vast repertoire.  Louise has invited her brother Norman to join her on bass and vocals for these special concerts and together they will share with their audience many memories, stories and songs including her chart topping “The Old Rustic Bridge By The Mill”, her touching tribute to Percy French with the classic “Come Back Paddy Reilly To Ballyjamesduff” and many more favourites, making for a most enjoyable evening.
Tickets €20
Thursday 8th @ 8pm
Kenmare Film Society Timbuktu
Set in the early days of the jihadist takeover of northern Mali in 2012, the film is a stunningly shot condemnation of intolerance and its annihilation of diversity, told in a way that clearly denounces without resorting to cardboard perpetrators.
Tickets €7/€5
Saturday 10th @ 8pm
A Doctors Sword
A Doctor’s Sword (documentary) tells the remarkable story of Aidan MacCarthy, a doctor from Castletownbere West Cork, who, at 28, joined the RAF in London as the 2nd World war began. Soon after he found himself evacuated from Dunkirk and in May 1941 received the George’s Cross for rescuing the crew of a burning RAF plane which had crashed into a bomb dump on landing. He volunteered for service in Asia as Singapore fell to the Japanese, was captured in Java and survived almost 4 years of brutal captivity enduring starvation, malnutrition, forced labour, beatings and torture as a prisoner of war.
Aidan MacCarthy was a POW at the camp attached to the Mitsubishi Steel and Iron works in Nagasaki when the atomic bomb was dropped on the city at 11:02am on August 9th 1945. This was the beginning of the end of his captivity and he later returned home with a Samurai sword which was given to him as a gift by the POW camp commander at the end of the war.
The documentary tells Dr Aidan MacCarthy’s incredible story of resilience and bravery, and his daughter Nicola’s journey to find the family of the Japanese officer who gave their ancestral sword to her father.
Tickets €7 /  €5
Thursday 15th @ 8pm
A Little Chaos
Two talented landscape artists become romantically entangled while building a garden in King Louis XIV’s palace at Versailles.
Admission €7 / €5 (Students) – 8pm
Visual Arts
The Gallery at the Carnegie will feature the Graduation Show 2014 of the Fectac Level 5 students from the adult education centre in Kenmare.
If you are planning to come to a concert, please book in advance as some of the events require a minimum number of seat sales to go ahead.
More information on all our events www.carnegieartskenmare.ie

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