Busy month ahead at The Carnegie

Saturday September 27th @ 8pm
Joe Prop.
Suitable for children over 12. Tickets €15/€13
Thursday October 2nd @ 8pm
Jimmy Mc Carthy One of Ireland’s foremost songwriters Jimmy MacCarthy returns to performing with his ‘Prophecy / Conspiracy?’ tour which will pay homage to old favourites such as ‘Neidin’, while introducing more recent work such as ‘Andalucian Gray’ and ‘Children of Mile’. Tickets €25
Saturday October 4th @ 8pm
Belfast Girl by John Dunne Annie is a working class protestant who grew up during the troubles. Her marriage to Orangeman Billy is on the rocks, and an unexpected visit from her childhood sweetheart who she hasn’t seen since her teens, brings matters to a head in an explosive manner. A play about love, memories and attempts to recapture the past. Tickets €12/€10
Tuesday October 7th @ 7pm
Parenting – The Challenges and The Rewards by John Lonergan.
This talk is for parents/guardians of primary and post primary children and will include how to respond to bullying and what to look out for. Admission €2
Thursday October 9th @ 8pm
Tommy Fleming A Tommy Fleming concert is a musical experience not to be missed with one song more haunting than the other.
Tickets €28
Thursday October 16th @ 8pm
Kerry Film Festival presents Ida
Anna, a young novitiate nun in 1960s Poland, is on the verge of taking her vows when she discovers a dark family secret dating back to the years of the Nazi occupation.
Tickets €7
Friday October 167th @ 8pm
Darkness on the Edge of Town A dark revenge tale with more than a hint of a Western, set and shot in County Kerry. Written and directed by Kenmare native Patrick Ryan, the film tells the story of Cleo Callahan, a troubled teenaged sharpshooter who strives to avenge the brutal murder of her estranged sister, blind to the fact the killer is her best and only friend. Q+A after the screening with the film makers Tickets €7
Thursday October 23rd @ 8pm
Jimmy’s Hall
Political activist Jimmy Gralton is deported from Ireland during the country’s ‘Red Scare’ of the 1930s. Tuesday October 28th
The Animal Roadshow. This is a great chance to meet and hold a range of weird and wonderful Creatures from around the World. Get up close and personal with a Lizard, Snakes, Owl and more! Bring your Cameras, great photo opportunities for all the family. Time and price to be confirmed.
Thursday October 30th @ 8pm
Don’t Look Now
A married couple grieving the recent death of their little daughter are in Venice when they encounter two elderly sisters, one of whom is psychic and brings a warning from beyond. Starring Donald Sutherland & Julie Christie . Tickets €7

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