Blátha Bána – White Blossoms

Blatha Bana

An enchanting, beautiful piece of theatre designed for young children aged six months to 3 years and their adults.

New dates announced for October/November 2013

Dírithe ar pháistí an-óga (sé mhí go trí bliana) agus a ndaoine fásta, tabharfaidh Blátha Bána/White Blossoms a lucht féachana óg ar thuras amharclainne atá físiúil agus fileata.

For many members of the audience this will be their very first experience of theatre. We consider it our special responsibility to present to the children a theatrical experience of beauty in a gentle, enchanting world.

Blátha Bána – White Blossoms weaves Fiona Kelleher’s ethereal music through a mystical visual landscape created by Deirdre Dwyer. Actor Una Kirwan personifies the spirit of the story.

Fréamhaithe i saibhreas teanga agus suaimhneas timpeallachta, tá draíocht-dhráma ilchéadfaíoch cruthaithe ag Graffiti Theatre Company a mheallfaidh páistí óga agus a gcúramóirí.

Graffiti Theatre Company has devised this unique performance over the course of three years, inspired by legend, poetry and song in Irish and English.

Tá sé de chúram againn samhlaíocht na bpáistí a spreagadh agus a chothú leis an léiriú álainn seo.

Directed by/Stiúrthóirí: Emelie FitzGibbon agus Síle Ní Bhroin.

Performances

All performances in Graffiti Theatre, Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork at 10.00am & 12noon

27th October 2013

29th October – 1st November 2013

 

For bookings:
Please phone Graffiti 021 4397111 or email graffiti@eircom.net
Tickets €7 per person. Group rates available.

We recommend that each small child has one adult to accompany them.

Buíochas le: The Arts Council, Foras na Gaeilge, Cork City Council

The original development of Blátha Bána/White Blossoms was supported by a Research & Development grant from Cork City Council

Documentation
Blátha Bána – White Blossoms was an extraordinary creative journey. We have complied the artists’ documentation in a special web page. We hope you will enjoy reading about the process, witnessing early musical and visual footage, and tracing the development of the ideas, from seed to flower, here: Blátha Bána – White Blossoms