Busy month ahead at The Carnegie

Thursday 26th May @ 8pm
`The Danish Girl`
A fictitious love story loosely inspired by the lives of Danish artists Lili Elbe and Gerda Wegener. Lili and Gerda’s marriage and work evolve as they navigate Lili’s ground-breaking journey as a transgender pioneer.
Tickets – €7/€5 students
Friday 27th May 10am – 1pm
Poetry Workshop John W. Sexton
John W. Sexton is the author of five poetry collections, the most recent being The Offspring of the Moon (Salmon Poetry, 2013). His sixth collection, Futures Pass, is due from Salmon in 2017. He is a past nominee for The Hennessy Literary Award and his poem “The Green Owl” won the Listowel Poetry Prize 2007. Also in 2007 he was awarded a Patrick and Katherine Kavanagh Fellowship in Poetry. He is published internationally as a haiku poet and his first haiku collection, Shadows Bloom / Scáthanna Faoi Bhláth, with translations into Irish by Gabriel Rosenstock, was published by Doghouse Books in 2004. In 2008 he was a guest poet at the World Haiku Festival at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. His haiku, haibun and tanka have appeared in many of the leading journals, including Acorn, The Edinburgh Review, Ginyu, Modern Haiku, Frogpond, Simply Haiku, The Heron’s Nest, The 58th Basho Festival Haiku Anthology, bottle rockets, Roadrunner, Chrysanthemum, Moonset, Haiku Scotland, Albatross, paper wasp and World Haiku Review.
Organised by Clann Na Farraige writers group.
Fee €10
Thursday 2nd June @ 8pm
A Terrible Beauty
A Terrible Beauty is the story of the men and women of the Easter Rising in Dublin in 1916, Irish and British, caught up in a conflict many did not understand
Tickets €7/€5 (students) – 8pm
Saturday 4th June @ 8pm
Bernard Casey
Kerry Comedian Bernard Casey impersonates various GAA characters, live at The Carnegie Arts Centre on June 4th
Tickets €10 includes tea/coffee
Thursday 9th June @ 8pm
The Cormack Brothers
In 1858 in Co Tipperary, Ireland, 2 brothers were hanged for the murder of a local land agent. Proved to be a gross miscarriage of justice, the boys were reburied to their home parish of Loughmore in 1910.
Tickets €8—Screening at 8pm
Friday 10th June @ 8pm
Minnits
An English Justice of the Peace worked to save a community during the Irish Potato Famine, but couldn’t save his own family.
Intro by Director Alan Brown.
Tickets €8
Friday 11th June @ 8pm
Classical Music Scotia Ensemble
The Scotia Ensemble was set up in 2016 with the aim of promoting classical music performance and music education throughout Kerry. The ensemble is comprised of professional musicians based in Kerry.
Coinciding with their educational goals, the ensemble are currently running a Mentoring Initiative where a small number of gifted young Kerry musicians have the opportunity to rehearse and perform with the ensemble and gain invaluable experience.
Tickets—€15/€10 students
Thursday 16th June @ 8pm
Spotlight
The true story of how the Boston Globe uncovered the massive scandal of child molestation and cover-up within the local Catholic Archdiocese, shaking the entire Catholic Church to its core.
Tickets €7/€5 students
Thursday 23rd @ 8pm
The Revenant
A frontiersman on a fur trading expedition in the 1820s fights for survival after being mauled by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team.
Tickets €7/€5 students
Friday 24th @ 8pm
Irish Film Institute Kerry Kaleidescope
Films include a recently discovered Travelogue of Kerry circa 1934; The Blaskets in the 1930s; Closure of Kenmare train line in 1960; Holidays in Ballybunion and Steeple building in Kenmare in 1963 and the undoubted highlight of the programme is the recently discovered and meticulously restored Ballycashel Ferry .
Tickets €7/€5 students

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