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Theatre Events | Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co. Meath

Theatre Events  |  Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co. Meath

Scór Sinsir Laighean

From: 22nd March 2020
To: 22nd March 2020
Scór Sinsir Laighean sees adults perform to earn a place in the All Ireland Final which will be held in Killarney in April. Categories included are Figure Dancing (Rince Foirne), Solo-Singing (Amhránaíocht Aonair), Recitation/Story-telling (Aithriseoireacht/Scéalaíocht), Ballad Group (Bailéad Ghrúpa), Novelty Act (Nuachleas), Instrumental Music (Ceol Uirlise) and Set Dancing (Rince Seit). This promises to be a highly entertaining competition. The best of music, song, dance and acting from across the province will be on show. Coiste Scór Laighean is delighted to hold this event in Solstice Arts Centre, Navan.


A Day in the Death of Francis Ledwidge

From: 26th March 2020
To: 26th March 2020
Francis Ledwidge, soldier and poet, bridges a century and more, to speak to us in his own words of his two great loves; the local landscape of Slane and Ellie Vaughey. Blown to pieces in1917, his unique voice remains suspended forever in time, in its first flowering. He was only 29 and destined, in the opinion of Lord Dunsany, to be the poet of the age.


The Star of Chester’s Lane

From: 28th March 2020
To: 28th March 2020
1854: Mr McGrath has fallen to his death working on the building of the Boyne Viaduct leaving his wife, Catherine, alone to fend for herself. What’s a poor woman to do…? Put on his clothes, of course, and take up his place in the world!Quintessence Theatre use their dazzling physical ensemble theatre techniques to reimagine bustling 19th century Ireland and the remarkable true story of one of the country’s forgotten street characters, Kate the Navvy: the Molly Malone of Louth.


Halcyon Days

From: 1st April 2020
To: 1st April 2020
We are delighted to welcome back previous Artist-in-Residence Deirdre Kinahan (The Unmanageable Sisters, Moment, Bogboy) whose delightful play about friendship, family and love previewed here at Solstice in 2012 before going on to become a National sell-out hit across the country. Sean is resident in a nursing home when in storms Patricia, bringing her own chaos to challenge his quiet world. A funny, combative and charming friendship blossoms as they work out their past and contemplate their future.It stars Bryan Murray (Fair City, Bread, Irish RM) and Una Crawford (Fair City), both veterans of stage and screen in this new re-telling of Kinahan’s celebrated comedy.


ELIZA’s Adventures in the Uncanny Valley

From: 24th April 2020
To: 24th April 2020
ELIZA’s Adventures in the Uncanny Valley explores what it is to be human, and how artificial intelligence modifies human characteristics resulting in the scrutiny of what is real and what is illusion.In the early 1960s, MIT developed artificial intelligence software called ELIZA, its title a reference to Shaw’s Pygmalion. ELIZA made certain kinds of conversations between humans and computers possible. Our ELIZA is sent into an anonymous motel, where she interacts with four characters mysteriously booked into the same room. Some of them seem to be barely alive, others too much so. They explore love, death, metaphysics, evil and evolution, probing the points in our society where boundaries may disintegrate.


3 Hail Mary’s by Tommy Marren

From: 29th May 2020
To: 30th May 2020
After spending over 10 years together in the same nursing home it’s time for Mary O’Toole, Mary O’Neill and Mary O’ Brien to bid farewell to one another. It might be their last day in each other’s company but they decide to celebrate it in style! From nostalgia to comedy and even a few sing-songs it’s going to be on hell of a hooley!!! This rip-roaring Irish comedy is written by Tommy Marren – writer of ‘It’s the Real McCoy’ and ‘Nobody’s Talking to Me’ – and is a must-see!! You might not be on your knees praying but with these 3 Hail Mary’s you’ll definitely be on your knees laughing!


An Evening with Michael Harding

From: 9th October 2020
To: 9th October 2020
Join Ireland’s foremost storyteller as he takes to the roads, dispensing his unique take on ordinary and extraordinary life in Ireland today.


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