It's our final week next week
and we're going out with a bit of a bang
Thursday 7th July, 2016
We have an exciting line up of events next week.
It's our final week next week and we're going out with a bit of a bang. Play your part in the Limerick 2020 bid and join us at the Still (the) Barbarians in the Morning on Tuesday 12 July. Later that evening we will kick of our Symposium which runs over two days. On Thursday we are going to have a laugh at the final And then...with Blindboy Boatclub of The Rubberbandits.
On the Tuesday 12 July 10am to 12noon at Cleeve’s Condensed Milk Factory, we’ll open early so you can start your morning at Cleeve’s Condensed Milk Factory. There will be coffee by canteen and a massive Limerick-style surprise at 11am. Our tour guides will be on hand offering family friendly tours and insights to ‘Still (the) Barbarians’.This is a free event and all are welcome. Cleeve’s Condensed Milk Factory is wheelchair accessible and buggy friendly.
From 6pm Tuesday July 12 and all day July 13, we kick off our Still (The) Barbarians: A Symposium at the Belltable.The symposium will feature keynote lecture by Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith, performances by Yong Sun Gullach, and Larry Achiampong and David Blandy, with participants including Mary Evans, Prof. Luke Gibbons, Dr Declan Long, John Logan, Catalina Lozano, Dr Aislinn O'Donnell, Grant Watson, and a screening of Our Kind (2016) by Alan Phelan.
If that wasn't enough we have Blindboy Boatclub taking to the mic for And then... as host for the night on Thursday 14 July at 7pm at Mother Macs pub.
And then… is Liam Gillick's spoken word film festival taking place at Mother Macs pub for the duration of EVA International 2016. The audience take turns at a microphone to tell the plot of a movie. There is no indication of what movie is being described. It is open and there are no rules. There are no limitations on how you present the movie, it can be long, short, funny or otherly inventive!
This is a free event and all are welcome to attend. Bring a movie in your head, share the plot.