The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Naul,
Co. Dublin,
Ireland.

t: +353 1 802 0898
+353 1 802 0899
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our website: www.seamusenniscentre.com

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul
The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul

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What’s on at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Thursday 29th February

Stolen ~ Tickets: Meal Deal €30 ~ Cinema Only €6

Doors: 8pm
Commences: 8.30pm

‘Stolen’ tells the story of how women who had the misfortune to fall pregnant ‘out of wedlock’ were treated in an Ireland that was heavily influenced by the Catholic Church. Over 80,000 unmarried mothers were incarcerated in institutions run by nuns from 1922 to 1998. Most were cruelly separated from their babies shortly after birth. Many of the children were adopted within Ireland and abroad – unaware of their birth story and untraceable by their mothers.

Friday 1st March

Rónán Ó Snodaigh and Myles O’Reilly ~ Tickets: €20

Doors: 8pm
Commences: 8.30pm

Musicians Rónán Ó Snodaigh and Myles O’Reilly’s second album The Beautiful Road, a soulful blend of folk, traditional, and ambient crossover follows the success of their debut album Tá Go Maith, which was warmly received by Irish audiences after its release in May 2020. Rónán and Myles have been showcasing their unique sound live to an ever-growing fan-base.

Friday 8th March

The Empty Nest ~ Tickets: €17

Doors: 8pm
Commences: 8.30pm

Tony and Sheila are watching television… again. Their children are reared and their grandchildren are invading their lives. Sheila wants to travel; Tony is determined to stay put. Tony is on a new diet; Sheila could cut you in two with a sharp comment. All that’s on the television is sex… and they can’t remember when they did it last! Oisín Flores Sweeney’s debut play is an hilarious piece of theatre that looks at how couples negotiate life after the kids leave, their dreams, disappointments, longings and uncompromising opinions on everything – Gogglebox on speed!

Saturday 9th March

Martin Angolo ~ Tickets: €20

Doors: 8pm
Commences: 8.30pm

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre is excited to welcomeMartin Angoloto the intimate TSEAC stage for an unforgettable evening of comedy. Break out stand up star Martin Angolo extends his tour of Ireland. Fresh from starring in the Amazon series Last One Laughing with Graham Norton, a hugely successful tour of 20 North American cities and a European tour Martin brings his unique brand of intelligent one liners and stories home to Ireland.

Thursday 14th March

Pop Up Gaeltacht ~ Tickets: FREE EVENT

Doors: 6pm – The Pop Up Gaeltacht is at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre where we welcome everyone to come together for Seachtain na Gaeilge! Join us for coffee and chats in a relaxed environment on Thursday, 14th March at 6.00pm. This event is suitable for all levels, so if you’d like to practice Irish in a low-pressure environment, then this is for you!  Stay on after the event and enjoy our free feature film An Tine Bheo at 8pm. Our Seachtain na Gaeilge events are free to attend, however spaces are limited so booking is essential. See you all at the show!

Thursday 14th March

An Tine Bheo (The Living Flame) ~ Tickets: Meal Deal €24

Cinema Only: FREE film event as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge ’24

Doors: 8pm
Commences: 8.30pm

A film commissioned by the state to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 1916 Rising. The film reflects the traditional heroic view of the national struggle and presents an uncritical picture of the Irish Citizen Army. Recollections of 1916 veterans are intercut with images of famous buildings and monuments connected with the rising. Survivors of the rebellion share their memories of the events on screen and in writing (read out in English). Narration of the documentary is in Irish. The documentary was released on the Golden Jubilee of the Rising in 1966 and features a score composed by Seán Ó Riada. This event is free to attend as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge ’24 however booking is essential as places are limited. 

Friday 15th March

More Than Music With Rónan Browne & Siobhan Armstrong ~ Tickets: €16

Commences: 8.30pm

Presented by celebrated piper Ronan Browne, this series will immerse the audience in the culture-rich world of Irish Music and allow us to delve into the meaning behind the music through captivating talks between Ronan and his monthly special guest live on the TSEAC stage.
​Each month Ronan will invite a special guest to join him on the stage to play and discuss their musical journey in a relaxed, intimate atmosphere. You can enjoy shared stories, melodic moments, and easy-going conversations that offer insights into the essence of their artistry and the profound impact of music on their lives.

Thursday 21st March

TSEAC Singing Sessions ~ Booking Essential

Led by professional musicians, Dónal Kearney, Fergus Cahillane & Macdara Yeates

Commences: 7pm (In person or via Zoom)

Join us and our guest hosts for our new monthly Singing Session here at TSEAC where it’s all about the art of song. Led by professional musicians, Dónal Kearney, Fergus Cahillane & Macdara Yeates, ‘TSEAC Singing Sessions’ is an informal session where all participants are encouraged to perform and share songs in a relaxed environment. Our guest hosts will do their best to accommodate all those who wish to sing within the time constraints, both on-site and on-line. Each month will also feature an invited special guest singer who will also take to the stage. If singing isn’t for you and you prefer to just listen, why not come along, and enjoy some refreshments from The Cottage Café whilst you enjoy the music in our atmospheric, candlelit theatre, or join us online as we stream the session live on our social media channels for all to enjoy. Singing Sessions at TSEAC provides a great evening of music and a platform for local talent. As always, all performers and listeners are welcome. Singing Sessions are FREE to attend however, places are limited so booking is essential. We welcome anyone who cannot participate to tune in and enjoy the music at our live streaming events.

For Facebook Live Stream Click HERE.

Friday 22nd March

Réalta ft. Myles McCormack ~ Tickets: €20

Doors: 8pm
Commences: 8.30pm

Réalta, the dynamic Ulster-based Irish traditional group, return this Autumns with their eagerly anticipated third studio album, Thing Of The Earth. The band have joined forces with acclaimed Belfast singer Myles McCormack to record a special blend of traditional and contemporary tunes and songs, all performed with the group’s trademark passion and skill.

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul
The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul
The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul
The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre, Naul
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