Make you own Repurposed Plant Hanger Pal with Jacqui Kelleher
9 – 12 yrs old, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Children’s Room, Garter Lane. Booking required, click here.
We’re all aware that we need to cut down on our waste and limit the rubbish going to landfill. Lots of plastic containers we discard and recycle can be used in different ways if we just have a think! Bring your empty, clean milk carton and we’ll turn them into new plant hanger pals.
Make your own Lino Print with Sharon Fleming
Adult workshop, 7 – 8:30 p.m. Children’s Room, Garter Lane. Booking required, click here.
Using various linocut blades, you will carve the lino block to create a positive image. Finally, you will ink the image using a brayer (or roller) with block printing ink and print the image onto a surface.
Open Studio at Garter Lane Arts Centre
7 – 9 p.m. Garter Lane Artists’ Studios
As part of Culture Night 2019, Garter Lane Arts Centre invites you behind the scenes to visit our Artist Studios.
Open Mic Night for Teens
Teenage exclusive event. 7:30 p.m. Garter Lane Studios. Free admission & booking on TICKET@GARTERLANE.IE
Are you looking for an evening of laughs, craic, enlightenment and awakening? How about a few hours of fun, art, beauty and insight? Then bop along to the Open Mic, happening Friday 20th at Garter Lane.
Jetty Stars by Noel Kelly
8 p.m. Garter Lane. €15 with a complementary drink on the night, click here.
Noelle returns to the stage in the challenging and demanding role of Stella, a former prostitute, just released from prison having served a seventeen year sentence for the brutal murder of her lover and pimp, Saleem , a North African seaman.
Set on the deserted docks and wharves of the Waterford Quayside, she recreates the thriving city-centre docks and seaport of the 1980’s , now awaiting a much-anticipated North Wharf investment and development.
Creating the role of Stella, the returning ‘Jetty Star’,( a local name for women who plied their trade on the city centre docks), has provided Noelle with a real challenge for her acting and characterisation talents. In a play that has been described as ‘Gritty’, ‘Edgy’ ‘a Waterford we don’t want to talk about’, she gives a ‘Stellar’ performance in the title role.
Garter Lane Arts Centre, O’Connell Street, Waterford.