If you happen to see a strip of hawthorn bush draped with May flowers and eggshells before a cottage door, you will know that this simple custom is a pardonable – and permissable – factor in the queer rites and customs that once characterized the first day of May, in olden times. You may have […]
Newry Chamber Music visits the Sandys Street Presbyterian Church next Tuesday evening 12th February at 8 pm for a concert from the highly-acclaimed Brodsky Quartet. Over forty years on the circuit, and named after the great Russian violinist A Brodsky, they have notched up over 4,000 concerts and released more than 60 recordings. We are […]
This Wednesday at 7.30 pm in the Arts Centre, Newry Film Club presents their latest offering, the highly-acclaimed film Incendies. A mother’s last wish sends twins Jeanne and Simon on a journey to the Middle East in search of their tangled roots. The film tells the powerful and moving story of two young adults’ voyage […]
Our next film is this Wednesday night (9th January) at the usual time of 7.30pm. We are showing the 2004 film “The Sea Inside” (PG 13) starring Javier Bardem. “The Sea Inside” is about the Spaniard Ramón Sampedro, who fought a 30-year campaign to win the right to end his own life with dignity. The […]
The Newry Chamber Music concert this evening (Quigley Concert) promises to be a very special occasion indeed. It features world-renowned flautist Elena Duran AND international pianist David Owen Norris. The concert (£10) begins at 8.00 pm at the Arts Centre. Be there or you will rue the day you missed the opportunity!
The next film of Newry Film Club is on Wednesday night (7th November) at the usual time of 7.30pm. We are showing ‘The Awakening’, a supernatural thriller directed by Nick Murphy and starring Rebecca Hall and Dominic West. The movie is set in 1921 England where Florence Cathcart (Rebecca Hall) is a published author on […]
Since man first turned the soil with his crude spade, revolutionary changes have merged into a progress which has created new worlds above the soil. But it is still the same soil, and generally speaking producing the same foodstuffs for generally the same purpose. As each scrape rises, turns and is folded over by the […]