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Welcome to The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre

Naul,
Co. Dublin.
Ireland.

t: +353 1 802 0898
+353 1 802 0899
f: +353 1 802 0931

e: [email protected]


web: www.seamusenniscentre.com

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The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre

The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre

Tim Eady at the Séamus Ennis Centre

Tim Eady and Brendan Power

Brendan Power

Chris and Maire

The Parlour Sessions


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What’s on at The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre …

Friday 22nd February - Saturday 7th December ~ Séamus Ennis Centenary Celebrations ~ Music, Talk

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A year-long series of concerts and presentations in honour of Séamus, curated by piper Ronan Browne.

S.E.A.C. GROUP OF EVENTS

Thursday 5th December - Papi Chulo ~ Cinema

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Sometimes a Stranger Makes the Best Friend. Sean, a successful weatherman, has an on-air meltdown and is forced to take time off to rest. Struggling to fill his days, he embarks on some disastrous DIY in an attempt to put things behind him. This ultimately requires him to hire Ernesto, a middle-aged Latino migrant worker to paint the deck of his house and an unlikely friendship develops.

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  • Despite their marked differences and a complete language barrier the two men slowly bond, Ernesto providing Sean with the support he needs as he deals with his loneliness and finds his way back to happiness.

    Writer/director John Butler (The Stag, Handsome Devil) delivers an uplifting comedy
    that is an ode to the joy of friendship.

    “Papi Chulo” sneaks up on you and seals the deal: It’s not going where you might expect, or even want, it to go, but you will believe it when it gets there.”
    - Joe Leydon, Variety

    ‘’…a small, honest movie with a big heart…’’
    - Rex Reed, The Observer

    “****” - Donald Clarke, The Irish Times

    Director: John Butler
    Duration: 99 minutes
    Language: English & Spanish (with English subtitles)
    Cert: 15A

    Admission: SEAC Friends/Members: FREE, advance booking essential
    Non-members: €5 in advance, €7 at the door
    Non-members Concessions: €4 in advance, €6 at the door

    Doors Open: 8:00pm
    Commences At: 8:30pm

    Admission:

    Website: http://accesscinema.ie

Doors Open: 8pm Commences At: 8.30m Admission: In advance: €5 / €4 At the door: €7 / €6
BOOK TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT

Sunday 8th December - Christmas Craft & Food Fair ~ Food, Community

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Join us for our annual Christmas Craft and Food Fair.
Enjoy the festive atmosphere with a glass of mulled wine while browsing a large selection of high quality crafts and artisan foods. We will have pottery, stained glass, handmade soaps and creams, knitted products, fabric toys, prints, felted products, candles, farmhouse cheeses, jams & chutneys, chocolates and much much more. On the day you will be entertained by Naul Choir, Blanchardstown Brass Band and more. Please check www.tseac.ie and follow our Facebook page for updates on stall holders etc. Santa will also be visiting the Seamus Ennis Arts Centre on Sunday 8th December. Advance booking is essential for this event. For more details please e-mail [email protected]
Doors Open: 10.30am Commences At: 10.30am Admission: In advance: FREE

Monday 9th December - Exhibition by Susan Cairns ~ Exhibition

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Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

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  • Susan exhibited in Dublin and Cork and she is proud to have many of her works in private collections worldwide as far a-field as England, Germany, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Canada and Australia.

    "Taking the old, broken, unwanted and often forgotten everyday objects, my ambition through painting is to capture character and beauty, transforming the usual into something unique and wonderful.
    With many years spent drawing and watercolour painting my current work in oils has evolved and developed into a style that is very identifiable, clear and detailed. Exploring light, colour, texture and tone is an essential part of my painting. Through my work I want the simple things to stand out, the not-so-pretty to be beautiful and everyday objects to shine."

    Open daily from 10am to 4:30pm

    Admission is Free.

    All welcome.

    Doors Open: 10:00am
    Commences At: 10:00am

    Admission:
    At the door: FREE

Doors Open: 10am Commences At: 10am Admission: At the door: FREE

Sunday 15th December - Sunday Singing Session ~ Music, Community

Join us for a regular Sunday Singing Session where it’s all about the song. All singers are welcome, especially traditional singers, but we won't turn anyone away! This is an informal session where all participants are encouraged to perform and share songs in a relaxed environment. If you prefer to just listen, come along and enjoy some refreshments from The Cottage Café. The SEAC’s Sunday Sessions have established themselves as a great afternoon of music and a platform for local talent. As always, all performers and listeners are welcome. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Doors Open: 2pm Commences At: 2.15pm Admission: At the door: FREE

Sunday 15th December - Slow Session ~ Music, Workshops & Classes

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Our Slow Sessions are aimed towards adult musicians who are learning an instrument and are at a stage where they wish to take part in a relaxed informal traditional music session. These sessions aim to encourage the participants to learn a repertoire of new tunes while playing with other musicians at slow to moderate tempos.
A list of tunes which are regularly played at the Slow Sessions is available to download from our website www.tseac.ie by clicking on About Us. All welcome! Slow Sessions are hosted by Paudie O'Connor; a Button Accordion player grounded in the Sliabh Luachra tradition as well as being a nationally recognised performer.

Doors Open: 7.45pm Commences At: 8pm Admission: In advance: €5  At the door: €5

Monday 16th December - Exhibition by Susan Cairns ~ Exhibition

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Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

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  • Susan exhibited in Dublin and Cork and she is proud to have many of her works in private collections worldwide as far a-field as England, Germany, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Canada and Australia.

    "Taking the old, broken, unwanted and often forgotten everyday objects, my ambition through painting is to capture character and beauty, transforming the usual into something unique and wonderful.
    With many years spent drawing and watercolour painting my current work in oils has evolved and developed into a style that is very identifiable, clear and detailed. Exploring light, colour, texture and tone is an essential part of my painting. Through my work I want the simple things to stand out, the not-so-pretty to be beautiful and everyday objects to shine."

    Open daily from 10am to 4:30pm

    Admission is Free.

    All welcome.

    Doors Open: 10:00am
    Commences At: 10:00am

    Admission:
    At the door: FREE

Doors Open: 10am Commences At: 10am Admission: At the door: FREE

Thursday 19th December - Elf Family Cinema ~ Cinema, Community, Children's Events

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A human baby raised as an elf. A city where no one remembers the true meaning of Christmas. Will Ferrell stars as Buddy, a human raised in the North Pole to be an elf. After wreaking havoc in the elf community due to his size, Buddy heads to New York City to find his place in the world and track down his father. But life in the big city is not all sugarplums and candy canes. His father is a “Scrooge” and his eight-year-old stepbrother doesn’t believe in Santa. Even the snowmen aren’t friendly in New York. In fact, they don’t even speak. Worst of all, everyone has forgotten the true meaning of Christmas, and it’s up to Buddy and his simple elf ways to win over his family, realise his destiny and, ultimately save Christmas.

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  • Director: John Favreau
    Duration: 97 minutes
    Language: English
    Cert: PG

    Admission: SEAC Friends/Members: FREE, advance booking essential
    Non-members: €5 in advance, €7 at the door
    Non-members Concessions: €4 in advance, €6 at the door

    Doors Open: 8:00pm
    Commences At: 8:30pm

    Admission:
    In advance: €5 / €4
    At the door: €7 / €6

    Website: http://accesscinema.ie

Doors Open: 8pm Commences At: 8.30m Admission: In advance: €5 / €4 At the door: €7 / €6
BOOK TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT

Monday 30th December - Exhibition by Susan Cairns ~ Exhibition

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Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

  • read more
  • Susan exhibited in Dublin and Cork and she is proud to have many of her works in private collections worldwide as far a-field as England, Germany, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Canada and Australia.

    "Taking the old, broken, unwanted and often forgotten everyday objects, my ambition through painting is to capture character and beauty, transforming the usual into something unique and wonderful.
    With many years spent drawing and watercolour painting my current work in oils has evolved and developed into a style that is very identifiable, clear and detailed. Exploring light, colour, texture and tone is an essential part of my painting. Through my work I want the simple things to stand out, the not-so-pretty to be beautiful and everyday objects to shine."

    Open daily from 10am to 4:30pm

    Admission is Free.

    All welcome.

    Doors Open: 10:00am
    Commences At: 10:00am

    Admission:
    At the door: FREE

Doors Open: 10am Commences At: 10am Admission: At the door: FREE

Monday 6th January - Exhibition by Susan Cairns ~ Exhibition

Susan Cairns Exhibition 300w

Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

  • read more
  • Susan exhibited in Dublin and Cork and she is proud to have many of her works in private collections worldwide as far a-field as England, Germany, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Canada and Australia.

    "Taking the old, broken, unwanted and often forgotten everyday objects, my ambition through painting is to capture character and beauty, transforming the usual into something unique and wonderful.
    With many years spent drawing and watercolour painting my current work in oils has evolved and developed into a style that is very identifiable, clear and detailed. Exploring light, colour, texture and tone is an essential part of my painting. Through my work I want the simple things to stand out, the not-so-pretty to be beautiful and everyday objects to shine."

    Open daily from 10am to 4:30pm

    Admission is Free.

    All welcome.

    Doors Open: 10:00am
    Commences At: 10:00am

    Admission:
    At the door: FREE

Doors Open: 10am Commences At: 10am Admission: At the door: FREE

Monday 13th January - Exhibition by Susan Cairns ~ Exhibition

Susan Cairns Exhibition 300w

Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

  • read more
  • Susan exhibited in Dublin and Cork and she is proud to have many of her works in private collections worldwide as far a-field as England, Germany, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Canada and Australia.

    "Taking the old, broken, unwanted and often forgotten everyday objects, my ambition through painting is to capture character and beauty, transforming the usual into something unique and wonderful.
    With many years spent drawing and watercolour painting my current work in oils has evolved and developed into a style that is very identifiable, clear and detailed. Exploring light, colour, texture and tone is an essential part of my painting. Through my work I want the simple things to stand out, the not-so-pretty to be beautiful and everyday objects to shine."

    Open daily from 10am to 4:30pm

    Admission is Free.

    All welcome.

    Doors Open: 10:00am
    Commences At: 10:00am

    Admission:
    At the door: FREE

Doors Open: 10am Commences At: 10am Admission: At the door: FREE

Monday 20th January - Exhibition by Susan Cairns ~ Exhibition

Susan Cairns Exhibition 300w

Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

  • read more
  • Susan exhibited in Dublin and Cork and she is proud to have many of her works in private collections worldwide as far a-field as England, Germany, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Canada and Australia.

    "Taking the old, broken, unwanted and often forgotten everyday objects, my ambition through painting is to capture character and beauty, transforming the usual into something unique and wonderful.
    With many years spent drawing and watercolour painting my current work in oils has evolved and developed into a style that is very identifiable, clear and detailed. Exploring light, colour, texture and tone is an essential part of my painting. Through my work I want the simple things to stand out, the not-so-pretty to be beautiful and everyday objects to shine."

    Open daily from 10am to 4:30pm

    Admission is Free.

    All welcome.

    Doors Open: 10:00am
    Commences At: 10:00am

    Admission:
    At the door: FREE

Doors Open: 10am Commences At: 10am Admission: At the door: FREE

Monday 27th January - Exhibition by Susan Cairns ~ Exhibition

Susan Cairns Exhibition 300w

Susan was born in Ireland in 1979 and grew up (and still resides) in Malahide, Co. Dublin. She achieved an NCVA Certificate in Art and Design and a Diploma in Interior Architecture and Design. Susan started painting in watercolour from 2002. After a few years, she decided to change direction to oil paintings specialising in still life.

  • read more
  • Susan exhibited in Dublin and Cork and she is proud to have many of her works in private collections worldwide as far a-field as England, Germany, Texas, New York, New Jersey, Canada and Australia.

    "Taking the old, broken, unwanted and often forgotten everyday objects, my ambition through painting is to capture character and beauty, transforming the usual into something unique and wonderful.
    With many years spent drawing and watercolour painting my current work in oils has evolved and developed into a style that is very identifiable, clear and detailed. Exploring light, colour, texture and tone is an essential part of my painting. Through my work I want the simple things to stand out, the not-so-pretty to be beautiful and everyday objects to shine."

    Open daily from 10am to 4:30pm

    Admission is Free.

    All welcome.

    Doors Open: 10:00am
    Commences At: 10:00am

    Admission:
    At the door: FREE

Doors Open: 10am Commences At: 10am Admission: At the door: FREE

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