The Solstice Arts Festival (SAF) has been designed to showcase the work of emerging artists and performers and to present a variety of work from different disciplines in a relaxed and informal setting.
SAF invites you to join this unique event for a truly inspiring, relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable weekend.
SAF is an initiative curated by classical musician Brenda Kearney in conjunction with a collective of young emerging artists.
WEEK-END LINE UP
Saturday, 26th June:
13.00: Opening of festival
14.00: The Real World BY Meadhbh Haicéid/Wildebeest Theatre
15.00: Short films/documentaries (BY Banbha McCann, Neasa de Barra, Shane Conolly, Kristina Peacocke)
16.30: Opera arias (Various singers, with piano accompaniment)
17.30: Jazz performance by Georgia Cusack
18.30: Nosferatu (silent film with live piano accompaniment by Peter Leavy)
20.00: Exhibition browsing time
Sunday, 27th June:
14.00: Story-telling with musical accompaniment by Maeve Bates (Music by Georgia Cusack and Patrick Groenland).
15.00: Jazz performance by Patrick Groenland
16.00: Readings/short stories by Adam Cullen Other guest
17.00: Music performance by Jonathan Creasy
18.00: Raffle, speeches
19.00: String quartet concert by Grace Notes
20.00: Cabaret performance by Alison Matthews (http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=128828197151528&ref=mf)
21.00: Close of festival
Visual artists contributing to exhibition:
Ingrid Casey, Niamh O’Reilly, David Turpin, Amy O’Meara, Lindi Campbell Clause, Rosie Keane, Banbha McCann, Max Kubiak, Kieran Broderick, Maeve Bates, Sinead Kearney, Sonya Cullen, Tom Helm.
More information on SAF: firstname.lastname@example.org.