Monday 10th September @ 7.30 pm
Clann: Family Ties
Seamus Begley, Meabh Begley with Jim Murray, Maggie MacInnes and Calum Park
Jim Murray is one of Ireland’s finest guitarists, who plays regularly as a member of Sharon Shannon’s band and has also toured and recorded with Altan, Mary Black, Sinead O’Connor, Steve Earle, Donal Lunny and many other musicians.
Accordion player and singer Séamus Begley is one of the most popular Irish traditional musicians, coming as he does from one of the most musically acclaimed Irish families. He plays with an energy that is alarming, bringing a frisky spontaneity to his box-playing, belting out jigs, slides and polkas with rapid sprays of reckless ornamentation before making a sudden key change into a bitter-sweet air, sung or played on the accordion.
Singer and accordion player Méabh Begley has an emotive ornamental singing style and accordion playing rich in the slides, polkas and reels of West Kerry.
Maggie MacInnes comes from a long line of Gaelic singers from Barra in the Outer Hebrides. She learned most of her songs from her mother, the highly acclaimed traditional singer, Flora MacNeil M.B.E. with whom she performed often. Maggie will be joined by her son, Calum Park. Calum sings and plays guitar and ﬁddle, playing regularly around Scotland with the GlenPark Ceilidh Band.
Tickets: Adults - £14,Concessions £12, Children u16 £5,Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £34
Back by popular demand, the brilliant duo - Adam Sutherland and Hamish Napier
"Nae Plans tour the country, providing a one-stop pop-up shop of musical mischief for which there is no planning (other than, of course, where they plan to pop up)!”
Folk Radio UK
“…a spontaneously chosen set that packed heat, skill, dynamics, fun, a tender country ballad and impromptu interaction…” The Herald
'Two' by Jim Cartwright
A very welcome return by the wonderful MULL THEATRE with this fast paced comedy, winner of the M.E.N best new play award - Not to be missed!
Taking place over the course of one evening the play highlights the rocky relationship of the landlord and landlady of a busy, typical “local” pub; we’ll meet fourteen assorted characters, played by just two actors, as the colourful regulars pull up a stool and let us into their lives.
Sometimes humorous, sometimes poignant, yet always incredibly human, the play reveals the lives and loves, the triumphs and tragedies of ordinary people and shows that they are far less ordinary than you might think.
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Enjoy our tea, coffee, and our famous home baking on sale in the interval.
And BYOB - unless otherwise stated
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