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Bag Packing Fundraiser
Many thanks again to everyone who came to came to do the recent bag pack in Cork. This event involves 30 to 40 packers. Thanks to all who contributed to the bag packing fund raiser. We have raised €3015.00 for the children.
Geneva Literary Aid Society support the Foundation – AGAIN
Geneva Literary Aid Society proudly presents:
A very special double bill:
Donal O’Kelly with “Fionnuala” and Katie O’Kelly with “Joyced”
Venue: The Aula, Collège des Coudriers,
15a Avenue Joli Mont, Geneva
When: Tuesday, September 24th at 19.00
The first features Donal O’Kelly who many of you will recall for his virtuoso performance of “Catalpa”.
He has just taken the Edinburgh Fringe Festival by storm again with his new play “Fionnuala” which won stellar reviews, a Fringe First Award, a nomination for acting excellence and was shortlisted for the Amnesty International Freedom of Expression Award.
It’s a marvelous and fantastic tale weaved around the true-life drama of the arrival of Shell in a small west of Ireland community with disastrous consequences.
“DELICIOUSLY EXUBERANT PERFORMANCE…” Financial Times
“MAGNIFICENT O’KELLY – ONE OF IRELAND’S MOST GIFTED WRITER-ACTORS… EVERY SECOND OF IT ENTERTAINS…” The Scotsman
“DON’T MISS” – The UK Stage
At last year’s Fringe, his daughter Katie O’Kelly was nominated for best solo performer for her interpretation of her father’s amazing tribute to James Joyce in “Joyced” which has toured the world and is now going to be performed in Geneva for the first time, answering many of the questions you might have about the legendary scribe whose final resting place is in Zurich.
Here’s what the critics had to say about “Joyced”.
“JOYCE’S DUBLIN COMES ALIVE UNDER DONAL O’KELLY’S TUMBLING PROSE AND KATIE O’KELLY’S FERVENT PERFORMANCE…” The Sunday Independent
“…THIS BLIZZARD OF IMAGINATION IS AN INDEPENDENT ACHIEVEMENT…” – the Sunday Times
“ONE OF THOSE PERFORMERS WITH TRUE STAGE PRESENCE….” BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE
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Launch by Lord Mayor – Liam Lawton Concert
‘A Magicial Night of Music and Song’ is assured at the eagerly awaited concert by Liam Lawton
Details of the concert on September 29th at The Frankfield Church were outlined at a reception in City Hall. It was hosted by Lord Mayor of Cork, Catherine Clancy.
The attendance included Edith Wilkins and her children Omer and Karishma, Crosshaven; Owen and Sarah Merchant, fundraisers, Pat Murray and Christy McCarthy of the City of Cork Male Voice Choir and EWSCF committee members Leo McMahon, Ann Warren, Lilian Coughlan, Jane O’Connor, Mary Looney and Marie O’Brien, Bert. and Imelda Wilkins.
Get tickets from Pro-Musica, this website, from 087-9616511 or 086-8857104, at the church and on the night at the church.
A Duathlon was held in Crosshaven.
Eoin Merchant (10 years old) & little sister Sarah Merchant (8 years old) did the Duathlon for the Children. Eoin raised 105.70 euro. Congratulations Eoin and Sarah and thank you so much.
More photographs taken by the Children
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