Second Annual "SURE THE CRAIC WAS 90: AN EVENING OF IRISH STORY AND SONG"
Join us for a Night of Irish Stories and Song with Performers Feargal Lynn, Clare Murphy, Liz Weir.
Clare Muireann Murphy is a performance storyteller, social entrepreneur, and writer who has contributed significantly to the development of storytelling in the West of Ireland and performed all over the world, including at the Globe Theatre London, the Esplanade Theatre in Singapore, and Dramatikkens Hus in Oslo. Bio here.
Liz Weir hails from the village of Cushendall, in the heart of the Glens of Antrim. She is an award-winning storyteller and writer, who has spun tales across five continents, from small clubs to large international festivals. She has written three books for children, as well as television scripts for animation, and has been a regularly featured radio presenter on the BBC. Bio here.
Feargal Lynn, also from Cushendall, is a folk singer and storyteller, who plays guitar, tin whistle, and bodhran, and has contributed to radio, television, and storytelling festivals. Lynn is a qualified psychiatric nurse and manager in elder care, and has worked various mental health managerial roles, including extensively with homelessness, addictions and employability. Bio here.
Last year's event was such HUGE FUN, we just have to do it again!
Irish Network-Colorado welcomes all the Irish-American community and everyone who loves Irish song and story to once again join in this special evening.
Please do come as early as 5:30 to socialize, if you like! And please support host and publican Garrett McCarthy by having your meal at OLI that night. See www.olirish.com
menu and directions.