Tuesday 6 October
Siobhan Mac Mahon is an Irish Poet, Performer and Playwright resident in Leeds. The live experience of the Spoken Word is at the heart and centre of her work and she has many years of experience delighting audiences with her vital and often comic performances. Siobhan invokes the magic, myths and mayhem of the ancient Irish Goddesses and their modern day counterparts in a funny, passionate and provocative piece of performance - part poetry, part story telling.
Siobhan’s work explores our mystical, cultural and spiritual connection to the earth, the banishment of the Divine feminine and the resultant repression of a joyful sensuality. She has a diploma in Drama from the Drama Studio London, is a member of Equity and a member of National association of
And hear her poems at: www.myspace.com/siobhanmacmahon
E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Winning Short Films
Arts Office and County Wicklow Film Commission make available 4 bursaries each year.
For the second year running, we are pleased to bring you the winning short films in thisbursary programme.
Best short Film (22-25) was won by The Fall of the House of Lawrence (10m
ins), Director: T.J. O’Grady-Peyton; Producer: Fan Yang.
Best short Film (18-21) was won by two animation films MY Day and On the Quiet. Director: Eamonn O’Neill; Producer: IADT
A discussion with directors follows each film.
Al O’Donnell’s career in folk music has had many highlights. He accompanied Luke Kelly on RTE TV on Raglan Road and his two solo album’s spawned two top-ten hits. He appeared on ‘The Late Late Show’ and at various festival, sharing the stage with Emmylou Harris and Rory Gallagher. He toured with Tommy Maken, The Chieftons, The Dubliners and many others.
Al’s latest CD, ‘Ramble Away,’ was released in late ’08. We are delighted to welcome this professional musician back to the Space Inside.