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Workshop programme for Bealtaine throughout May

Workshop programme for Bealtaine throughout May
19 April, 2018

A five-week course entitled ‘Dust off your Instrument:’ with Niamh Crowley will run from 1 to 2pm from Monday 30th of April to Monday 28th of May at the theatre. This special Bealtaine programme is designed to reawaken musical talents and join fellow musicians to form a mini orchestra for the month of May and is open to players of any level, instrument or style.

An Acting course with actor Noelle Brown will run for five weeks from Tuesday 1st of May from 3 to 5pm. This lifelong learning course is specially designed for those over fifty who wish to share and develop new or existing skills in drama and performance and it takes place is a low pressure environment with plenty of laughter.

A Songbirds singing course with Cathy Jordan will run from Monday 14th of May to Monday 18th of June with no class on Monday 4th of June. This course is specially for those over 50 who would like to rekindle their joy of singing, learn new songs ad increase their repertoire in a joyful social environment.

Each five week course costs €30 + €1 renovation fee and can be booked online or though the Hawk’s Well Box office on 071 9161518.

There's also an opportunity to do a one off writing history workshop with Terry Reilly on Saturday 5th of May from 11am to 4.30pm. In this workshop, Terry will share tools, sources and helpful tops on how to bring the past to life.

Other courses starting soon at the theatre which are open to all adults include a Beginners Bodhrán course with John Joe Kelly running for five weeks from Monday 30th of April to Monday 28th of May from 7.15 to 8.15pm. This will be a wonderful opportunity to learn from a master of the bodhrán. The five week course costs €60.

A six week evening acting class with Jean Marie Perinetti starts up on Monday 30th of April and will run to Monday 18th of June (no class Monday 7 May or 4 June) from 7 to 8.30pm and costs €75 + €1 renovation fee.

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