BRAY ARTS’ NEXT SHOW

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THE next Bray Arts Show will take place at the Marello in Bray on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 7, at 8 p.m.

Ad­mis­sion is €5 or €4 con­ces­sion.

Bray poet Shirley McClure passed away from can­cer in Septem­ber 2016. Her great friend and lit­er­ary edi­tor Jane Clarke has worked with her hus­band Philip Beck to bring out her last col­lec­tion this year called Origami Doll : New and Se­lected Po­ems, pub­lished by Arlen House. Philip will read a se­lec­tion of her work this evening, rang­ing from siz­zling love po­ems via quirky in­sights into hu­man na­ture to sear­ing po­ems about can­cer, with her beloved Scot­tie Min­nie wandering through now & then.

For­mer Direc­tor of the an­nual N.I. Opera Fringe Fes­ti­val (20029), Ge­orge Flee­ton taught Opera, Cin­ema, Lit­er­a­ture and Theatre stud­ies in Higher Ed­u­ca­tion, north and south (1994-2014),

Ge­orge will set the scene for Rossini`s great­est mas­ter­piece

It is a tale of twists & turns , mis­taken iden­ti­ties & where young love tri­umphs all wrapped up in Rossini`s un­mis­take­able & mas­ter­ful mu­sic.

Don Mc Don­ald will play the low whis­tle. In the 70`s Don was in­flu­enced by the Chief­tans and in the 80`s it was time to start play­ing and be a part of this most in­ter­est­ing & colour­ful world .

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