Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Hello everyone!

Happy New Year to you all.

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Once again it is time for stories. On the 28th of January 2012, at 8pm the tellers of Story-O are back and welcome you to an enjoyable evening of storytelling at the Centre for Creative Practices, 15 Pembroke Street Lower, Dublin. The storytellers will open their treasure trove for you and present you legends from all around the world as well as tales with a twist and stories to warm your heart on a cold day. Join us on an evening featuring Boaz Zur (Israel), Nina Tanis (USA), Eleanor Nicholas (France), Adam Wilson (Ireland), Simone Schuemmelfeder (Germany) and Michael Phelan (Ireland).

Admission price: €6.00 for members of C.F.C.P., €8.50 for non-members.

Saturday, 21 January 2012

Traditional Chinese & Irish Stories for adults & children with Seosamh Ó Maolalaí

Chinese & Irish Culture
Celebrating the ChineseNew Year 2012
At County Library TallaghtTown Square, Tallaght
On Thursday 26th January
All Welcome!
4.30pm Chinese Cookery Demonstration with experienced Chinese chef
6.30pm Launch of New Year’s Celebrations with Mayor Cllr.Caítríona Jones & Registrar of ITT, John Vickery, who will talk about the experience of collaborating with Nanjing University of Technology. ITT Student Yiyang Tang (Angela) talks about the Year of theDragon. ITT Student Fei Teng (Reece) talks about living in Tallaght
7pm Stunning Lion Dance by the Chinese Irish Cultural Academy with live drummer
7.30pm Traditional Chinese & Irish Stories for adults & children with Seosamh Ó Maolalaí. Chinese Music—Gu Zheng & Recorder
8.15pm Irish Dancing with Scoil Rince Ní Aogain and music by Aoife Desmond & Friends
Brought to you by South Dublin County Council & South Dublin Libraries in association with Institute of Technology Tallaght