Information for Promoters and Press 


Photos

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Photo Credit: Eddie Megaw

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Photo Credit: Eddie Megaw 

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Photo Credit: Bobby Hanvey

 

 

 


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Photo Credit: Linda Salem, Jaymar Studios, Belfast  

  

Poster

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Workshops

Fil and Tom present the following workshops

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Fil runs a community choir in Rostrevor and is a vocal coach to adults and teenagers.   With her experience of travelling and coaching she presents a Voice Workshop that gives singers an hour of fun songs, warm ups and tips.   Perfect to get singers warmed up at Festival weekends or as an addition to existing community choir work.


Tom presents workshops in:

  • Percussion for Song Accompaniment  
  • Bodhran for Beginners 
  • Bodhran for Improvers 
   
Feb7

The Emigrant Woman's Tale

An Tain Arts Centre, Dundalk, Co. Louth

Fil with Hungarian poet Csilla Toldy present a story of crossing borders, told in poetry and song. Csilla escaped from communist Hungary - her story is juxtaposed with Fil's growing up on the Irish border during the conflict. When they met, many similarities emerged. This is their story.

Mar8

The Emigrant Woman's Tale/Bananas

An Cuan, Shore Road, Rostrevor, Co. Down

To celebrate International Woman's Day and supported by Peace IV, this joint production of The Emigrant Woman's Tale and Bananas (a one woman play about homelessness also written by Csilla Toldy) will give lots of room for discussion chaired by Billy Graham in the beautiful surroundings of An Cuan in Rostrevor Admission Free