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Enjoy the Glór Uachtar Tíre Film Night and Supper
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Féile na gCéadfaí

Tá Glór Uachtar Tíre an-bhródúil as an fhéile ollmhór na gcéadfaí seo a chur ar fáil i gcomhoibriú le Newcastle Community Cinema. Léirfear an príomhscannán Gaeilge is déanaí, Silence (2012, le fotheidil). Beidh comh-scríbhneoir agus príomh-aisteoir an scannáin, Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhríde, i láthair chun an scannán a phlé. B’é Pat Collins eagarthóir agus comh-scríbhneoir Silence, agus baintear úsáid as fuaimeanna sa dhúlra chun amharc ar téamaí éagsúlachta; tarraingt an dhúlra, athmhuintearas leis an aimsire caite agus cursaí teanga.

Tosnóidh an oíche le láithriú ag cór Chaisleán an Mhuilinn agus Bhéal Feirste; Cór Uachtar Tíre agus cór Loch Lao faoi stiúrthóir Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhríde. Cuirfear stobhach Gaelach ar fáil ag an sos. Geallfar féile fáilthiúil daoibh. Annesley Hall, Caisleán Nua, ag 8.00in, Dé hAoine an 15ú Marta. ! £7.50 isteach ag an doras nó ówww.newcastlecinema.org.

 

A Feast of the Senses

Glór Uachtar Tíre is delighted to present this bumper feast of the senses in co-operation with Newcastle Community Cinema. The night includes a screening of the most recent Irish language feature length film, Silence (2012, with sub-titles). The film will be introduced by co-writer and main actor, Eoghan Mac Giolla Bhríde. Edited and co-written by Pat Collins, Silence uses sounds in nature to explore themes such as our attraction to land scape, reconciling with the past and language.

Silence will be preceded by a choral performance by Castlewellan and Belfast Irish language choirs; Cór Uachtar Tíre agus Cór Loch Lao under the directorship of Doimnic Mac Giolla Bhríde. Irish stew will be served at the interval. A true feast of the senses is promised! Annesley Hall, Newcastle, at 8.00pm, Friday, 15th March. £7.50 at the door or via www.newcastlecinema.org.