Conary Arts proud to host two new shows
ORGANISERS at Conary Community Arts have been very busy of late, putting together two new shows to take place next month.
A musical treat comes to the popular venue on Friday, March 6 when Seattle singer/songwriter Jim Page returns to Co. Wicklow.
Having lived in Ireland for some of his 20 years on the music scene his song, ‘ Hiroshima-Nagasaki Russian Roulette’ was covered by Christy Moore.
The gig kicks off at 8p.m. and tickets are on sale now at €15 and €12 with concessions.
Those who enjoy a touch of live drama won’t want to miss the Bob Kingdom portrayal of renowned writer of Breakfast at Tiffany’s Truman Capote.
Presented by Community Arts in association with Richard Jordan, The Truman Capote Talk Show will be staged on Tuesday, March 10 at 8p.m.
The show has previously proved a sell-out success in London’s West End.
Tickets cost €12 and are available from Betty’s Shop, Conary, Hendley’s and Bally K Mini-Mart, Avoca and PowerSounds, Arklow.
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