Event Tickets now available

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With not long to go now until the Launch of Skerries Soundwaves 2016, tickets for some of our events are now available online through eventbrite!

We have an exciting range of events to offer this year. Some of our events have very limited tickets available so book early to avoid disappointment!

These include:

  • Classical Summer breeze Concert, Thursday September 22nd, 8pm, Holmpatrick Church available here
  • Voices raised from the wreck of the Tayleur poetry event,Saturday 24th September, 5pm, Skerries Sailing Club available here
  • Red Island Rocks! Panel Show,Friday September 23rd, 7pm, Skerries Harps, available here
  • Mozart’s Magic Flute,Saturday 24th September, 7pm, Little Theatre available here
  • Printmaking Workshop with Margaret Becker, Saturday 17th September, 10:30am, Skerries Mills,  available here
  • Introduction to drawing with Dave West, Sunday 25th September, 2pm, Skerries Mills available here
  • Minecraft Event, beginning online Friday 16th September, 4pm,  available here

Once these tickets are gone they are gone!

 

Artwaves Online Submissions now available

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This year’s Artwaves 2016 exhibition is now open for submissions and this year see’s the introduction of the People’s Choice Award.
The Chosen Artist will receive €500 and a solo exhibition at Skerries Mills in 2017!

The exhibition is open to all artists working or living in the Fingal area and all types of art work will be considered in any medium.

The exhibition will run from September 12th util 25th at various locations around Skerries as part of the Skerries Soundwaves festival to display the talents of visual artists within the Fingal area.

Digital submissions are now open and free of charge. Submissions can be found here and will remain open until Friday August 26th at 5pm.

Best of Luck to all Artists who get involved!

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Tribal Drumming

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The final event of Skerries Soundwaves 2016 was our tribal drumming workshop, one of our favorite’s!

The Little Theatre played host to this two hour workshop which was hosted by John Bowker. John designed the workshop to be inclusive of all groups in our community regardless of their ability!

The first hour consisted of a workshop in which attendee’s got to try their own hand at tribal drumming and showing what they had! This was followed by a short interval and afterwards the crowd were treated to an amazing one hour performance by the drummers.

A great night was had by all.

Photo credit Skerries camera club.

Bubble Show

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One of our most popular children’s events this year was our Bubble Shows in Holmpatrick School! Split into two groups to cater for younger children and older, those who attended got to have loads of fun with bubbles! Starting from small bubble’s. to bubble art, to square bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, smoking bubbles and getting yourself inside a bubble, this fun filled event was a great hit for all!

Ukulele Orchestra

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Skerries Mills once again played host for Soundwaves but this time for our fun filled Ukulele Orchestra!

The catchy ukulele  community “Ukuhooligans” who were fresh from their annual Ukulele festival brought their eye catching Hawaiian shirts and friendly attitude back to Skerries. The Skerries Soundwaves regulars entertained audiences of all age with their fun filled and catchy performance leaving everyone in flying form with a smile on their face afterwards!

Gig at the Mills 2016

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After the fear of rain making an appearance, we were lucky to have a perfect evenings condition for the 2016 Gig at the Mills! Organised by David Diebold and Cian Mulhall, it was an incredible sold out night in the amazing venue that is Skerries Mills!

Morrisey and Marshall were our opening act as they entertained the crowd with their acoustic set. Next up we had local band Risky Business who really got the crowd rocking away which rolled perfectly into our main act of the night, Something Happens! The hit 80’s  band rocked Skerries Mills and the crowd loved it! An amazing night was had by all.

Photo credit Skerries camera club.

Salvage Poetry Event

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A much enjoyed event by those who attended, this year’s poetry event focused on the Tayleur ship which sank off Lambay Island in January 1854.

This event was written to voice those caught up in the famous wreck’s aftermath through poetry, songs and stories. It featured Enda Coyle-Greene, Bill Haneman and Marie Bashford-Synott.

Photo credit Skerries camera club.

North Dublin Opera: Mozart’s Magic Flute

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We were fortunate enough this year to again have an outstanding performance from the North Dublin Opera. This year they wowed the Little Theatre with their performance of Mozart’s Magic Flute.

The magnificent costume’s and performance brought the audience through a strange fairy tale land with princes and princesses, magic genies and wicked queens! It was a very enjoyable and engaging production which brought the magic of Mozart to Skerries.

 

Photo credit Skerries camera club.

Classical Summer Breeze

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It was a wonderful candle-lit evening of light classical music performed by musical sensation Karen Leitner on the flute and Teresa O’Donnell on the harp.

Attendee’s were treated to classical favourite’s with mystic Irish air, Karen’s own heavenly composition and an inspiring finale of “Carnival of Venice”.

Delicious Austrian wine was served at the interval which was kindly donated by the Austrian Irish Society.

The event was a wonderful evening, many  thanks to our sponsors The Austrian Irish Society and The Austrian Embassy in Ireland.

Photo credit Skerries camera club.