THURS­DAY 19.11.15

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - THE TICKET - AD SL Dance Lim­er­ick, 1-2 John’s Square, light­ LM AD JC

glib, it’s a com­ing-of- age tale en­tirely in tune with the times. ART In Dark­ness Let Me Dwell For this be­guil­ing trio of artists, their di­ver­gent work is clev­erly linked by the in­vo­ca­tion of the sweet melan­choly of John Dow­land’s la­ment for voice and lute. Gary Coyle’s south­side gothic, Paul Nu­gent’s sub­tle ex­plo­rations of the un­seen (left), and the late Pa­trick Jol­ley’s dark vi­sions edged with darker hu­mour are brought to­gether by cu­ra­tors Bene­dict Schlep­per Con­nolly and Belinda Quirke. TRAD Gatehouse Th­ese monthly Gael Linn gath­er­ings are lit­tle del­i­ca­cies, cu­rated with an eye for de­tail and an ear for a great tune. This evening’s con­cert fea­tures flute and whis­tle player John Wynne with his reg­u­lar com­pan­ion on fiddle, John McEvoy. Join­ing them are Jac­inta McEvoy on gui­tar and con­certina and singer Rachel Gar­vey. ART In­dus­trial Yarns Philip Byrne’s In­dus­trial Yarns forms part of Bray’s YARN Sto­ry­telling Fes­ti­val. Be­hind the sea­side façade, as Byrne points out, for much of the lo­cal pop­u­la­tion their liveli­hood de­pended on a num­ber of lo­cal in­dus­trial en­ter­prises: So­lus, In­dus­trial Yarns, Haughtons, Ken­ny­more Sweets, Fi­a­cla, Miller’s Cof­fin Makers, Bray­cott Bis­cuits, Koss and quite a few more. Words, im­ages and mem­o­ra­bilia re­call the hey­day of in­dus­trial Bray from the midto late-20th cen­tury. BIRTH­DAY Tome Tome mark their sec­ond year in the party busi­ness with a visit from Ran­domer, the dude who has lit up so many club nights with his re­leases on Hem­lock, L.I.E.S. and Clone. Ran­domer’s tech grooves on such bangers as Huh have been a con­stant in Tome’s two-year run. So it’s highly ap­pro­pri­ate that he is in town for tonight’s ses­sion. Sup­port from the Tome DJs. DANCE 24 Frames Per Sec­ond The Light Moves Dance Fes­ti­val takes place this week­end in Lim­er­ick, and cen­tral to that is 24 Frames Per Sec­ond, a project by Car­riage­works that asked dancers, artists and film­mak­ers to de­velop new work. It will be the first in­ter­na­tional ex­hi­bi­tion of some of that work. See light­ for the full line-up of screen­ings and events.

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