VENUE/Áit: Áras Bhreanainn, Baile an Fhéirtearaigh

DATE/Dáta: Dé Luain 6ú Bealtaine

TIME/Am: 2pm

PRICE: Saor Cead isteach/ Free Entry

Is ón Rúis é Victor Badya. Labhrann sé 10 teangacha éagsúla, Gaeilge ina measc. Le deanaí tá sé ag obair le Comhchoiste Ghaeltacht Uíbh Ráthaigh mar Oifigeach Teanga.
Tá PhD bainte amach aige ar gnéithe don Ghaolainn
Victor Bayda, a native of Moscow, has taken up the post of Irish Language Officer with Comhchoiste Ghaeltacht Uíbh Ráthaigh, a community organisation in the south Kerry Gaeltacht of Uíbh Ráthach.
He speaks up to ten languages including Dutch, Scots Gaelic, Welsh, Swedish, French, German and Icelandic.
He was awarded a PhD for a thesis that dealt with aspects of the Irish language.
Beidh Victor Bayda i gcomhra le Máíre Ní Ruiséal

VENUE/Áit: Tigh Cruinn, An Lab, Sraid Eoin

DATE/Dáta: 28.04.2016 – 02.05.2016

TIME/Am:

PRICE: Saor Cead isteach/ Free Entry

OPENING/OSCAILT:

Installation with Light, Sound and Projection
Sheena Graham-George & Angelica Kroeger
Poetry reading and accompanying music
Bríd Ní Mhóráin and Máire Breatnach
Lullaby for Adults is a continuation of the story of the ceallunaigh, the un-baptised infant burial grounds found scattered throughout County Kerry and Ireland as a whole but this time focuses not upon the babies but on the many adults buried within these sites. In many people’s minds the ceallunaigh is associated purely with the burial of babies, however, as Emer Dennehy states in The History of the ceallunaigh in Co. Kerry, ‘they were also used for a wide category of adult burials such as suicides, murder victims, people of unknown religion and for the bodies of shipwrecked sailors.’
Lullaby for Adults pays tribute to all those nameless adults who were buried within the ceallunaigh.
Lullaby for Adults follows on from last year’s well received Voices from the Cillín and brings together once more the creative skills of well known local poet Bríd Ní Mhóráin whose poetry reading will be accompanied by the music of Máire Breatnach, and Scottish based visual artists Sheena Graham-George and Angelica Kroeger.

VENUE/Áit: Tigh Cruinn, An Lab, Sraid Eoin

DATE/Dáta: 28.04.2016 – 02.05.2016

TIME/Am:

PRICE: Saor Cead isteach/ Free Entry

OPENING/OSCAILT:

Installation with Light, Sound and Projection
Sheena Graham-George & Angelica Kroeger
Poetry reading and accompanying music
Bríd Ní Mhóráin and Máire Breatnach
Lullaby for Adults is a continuation of the story of the ceallunaigh, the un-baptised infant burial grounds found scattered throughout County Kerry and Ireland as a whole but this time focuses not upon the babies but on the many adults buried within these sites. In many people’s minds the ceallunaigh is associated purely with the burial of babies, however, as Emer Dennehy states in The History of the ceallunaigh in Co. Kerry, ‘they were also used for a wide category of adult burials such as suicides, murder victims, people of unknown religion and for the bodies of shipwrecked sailors.’
Lullaby for Adults pays tribute to all those nameless adults who were buried within the ceallunaigh.
Lullaby for Adults follows on from last year’s well received Voices from the Cillín and brings together once more the creative skills of well known local poet Bríd Ní Mhóráin whose poetry reading will be accompanied by the music of Máire Breatnach, and Scottish based visual artists Sheena Graham-George and Angelica Kroeger.
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