ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND BREATHS BY MARTINA COLLENDER Tue 23 Aug – Sat 27 Aug 8pm
Its funny, inventive, insightful, moving and everything you could want in a new play.
WYA Summer Theatre production, a co-production with Garter Lane Arts Centre and Waterford Council Youth Pre-Professional grants, is a first production and world premiere of One Hundred Thousand Breaths by Martina Collender, and directed by Liam Meagher. One Hundred Thousand Breaths is a glimpse at the lives of people living and working and not working and thinking and dreaming and wishing and sipping coffee and asking questions and messing and panicking and picking up pieces of each other. The piece has come out of the creativity of the young people who are current members of WYA.
€18/€15.50 concs; Save €2 on EACH ticket booked by Fri 19 Aug
Luka Bloom: Frugalisto Sat 10 Sep at 8pm
With a poet’s heart and a rockster’s soul, Luka Bloom is regarded as one of Ireland’s most respected contemporary folk artists, having produced over 20 albums since the 1970s, Bloom continues to push the boundaries of what his music can do.
A master interpreter, Bloom has continued to balance original songs with reinventions of tunes by a diverse range of songwriters. Like many who write songs, Luka’s orchestra of choice is the guitar. What makes his career a little different is his constant search for a new voice within the guitar. The guitar is the landscape on which the song is created, and he is forever probing that landscape for new inspiration. No effects, no gadgets. Time, effort and a whole lot of love bring forth new voicings within the instrument, and bit by bit, the songs come to life. And eventually they fly, bringing Luka with them to be heard in Byron Bay, San Francisco, Hamburg, or even Doolin. Almost 40 years since recording his first album, Luka Bloom comes to Garter Lane theatre with his latest album ‘Frugalisto’.
€21/ €18 concs (+353 (0) 51 855038)