Monday, 25 October 2010

Narrative Arts Club Archive Show

Wednesday 10 November from 7.30 to 10.30pm.
Library Bar Extension, Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2.
Admission EUR 8. Concessions EUR 4.

Storytellers Adam Wilson and Coilín "The Oh-Aissieux" will perform a showcase of their favourite tales, to be filmed for the European Storytelling Archive:

Meanwhile, Ambiencellist Claire Fitch brings her cello with an armoury of electronic effects to create evocative soundscapes, in which the tales unfold with unprecedented power.

Claire Fitch is a cellist, composer, improviser and string arranger who performs regularly with the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, The Orchestra of St Cecelia and the Irish Film Orchestra. Her award-winning music production company has provided music for games, film, advertising, theatre and television. See for details of her innovative approach to cello music with electronic effects.

This show will feature a performance of the Greenlandic creation myth, Sun and moon, by The Oh-Aissieux, with a haunting soundscape by Rich Flynn, and also a lively performance of Tuan of the Isles, by Scott Anthony Kelly.

Rich Flynn is a talented young Cork musician and composer whose original electronic soundscape for Sun and moon was very warmly received on its debut at Mamuska Dublin in April 2010.

Scott Anthony Kelly is an actor, clown and strip artist whose free, physical performance style is unmatched.

Doors 7.30 pm. Show starts at 8 pm sharp.
Admission EUR 8. Concessions EUR 4.

This show will be sold out on the night. Book in advance by texting your name to 086 060 3818.