borsa opzioni bjnarie As part of the 1916 Commemorations in association with Cork City Council’s 2016 Programme, Joan Denise Moriarty School of Dance and Club Ceoil Ballyphehane present Ireland Rising, at the Garden Theatre in Ballyphehane on April 3rd.
option demo The show depicts the story of the 1916 Rising through music, dance and drama.
http://mysarlogs.com/bkqiwvd Through a new dance piece entitled ‘Grace’, ballet dancers Keith Hackett and Emma Gibbons will tell the story of Joseph Plunkett and Grace Gifford, who were married in the prison chapel, yet prevented from talking to each except to recite the words of the ceremony. Following the marriage ceremony, Joseph was brought back to his cell and was executed the day after.
source link Thirty dancers from the Joan Denise Moriarty School of Dance will perform a variety of dance styles from ballet, modern, contemporary, to Irish and set dancing routines, featuring ‘Meet Me At The Pillar’, ‘Mo Ghile Mear’, ‘Oro se do Bheatha Bhaile’, Irish dancing and more.
follow Specially commissioned by the Ballyphehane 1916-2016 Committee, Cork songwriter John Spillane will premiere his new song, The Streets of Ballyphehane. The music line-up will also feature performances by The Polyphonics and St Aloysius school choirs, soloist Joanne Murphy and a number of songs performed by Club Ceoil Ballyphehane as well as the Ballyphehane Pipe Band.
go site The event will also feature scenes by the show’s 1916 Re-Enactment group from the writing of the Proclamation, GPO, Dublin Castle, and the executions as well as the funeral parade.
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enter Tickets available from Sharon 0857848018 or Maurice on 0876460758