WED­NES­DAY 15.10.14

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SPECIAL REPORT -

FES­TI­VAL Jig of Life: The Kate Bush Project Grand So­cial 8pm the­grand­so­cial.ie Didn’t get to see Kate Bush in London? Not to worry. As part of Imram, Caitríona O’Leary will per­form a se­lec­tion of Bush’s songs, which have been “tran­scre­ated” into Ir­ish by Gabriel Rosen­stock. O’Leary is joined by mu­si­cians Rogerg Doyle, Adrian Hart, Éa­monn Gall­dubh and Mark Keogh. TCL FILM Daugh­ter of Dark­ness

IFI 6.30pm The boys love Bal­ly­con­nen cailín Emmy (Siob­han McKenna) but she is rather less keen on them, as a young boxer (Maxwell Reed) finds out to his cost. Con­cerned Fr Cor­co­ran (Liam Red­mond) packs the proto bunny boiler off to York­shire. But that may not be far enough. TB THE­ATRE Mr Fo­ley, The Ra­dio Op­er­a­tor An Taib­hd­hearc, Gal­way 10am, noon Any­one who has seen Louis Lovett’s per­for­mances for young au­di­ences will ap­pre­ci­ate the com­plex­ity and pos­si­bil­i­ties of chil­dren’s the­atre. Re­cently re­turned from Syd­ney Opera House – a first for Ir­ish the­atre for fam­ily au­di­ences – The­atre Lovett come to Baboró with a new piece by Frances Kay in col­lab­o­ra­tion with the company, about Jack Fo­ley, a one-time cir­cus con­tender now alone with his ra­dio, con­jur­ing up his past.

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