Conary Arts proud to host two new shows

Bray People - - Kilmacanoguediary -

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.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion con­tact or call 087233-4714.

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