Traditional Irish Music Night is on Friday 27 November, 8pm.
Look forward to an evening of lively music and songs, followed by a
performance of 'I Did Not Look Back', a themed show with music, song,
dance and poetry, looking at how & why people have left Ireland
over the years.£8 adv
On Saturday 28
November, 8pm, Niss Stricker & France
Ellul with a magical weave of music, songs and stories.
Traditional and other Scandinavian and Celtic tales performed by Danish
multi-instrumentalist and singer Niss Stricker and harper and storyteller
France Ellul. Expect harps, sitar and other instruments and
an unusual and humorous excursion into a winter's evening. £10 /£8 conc.
The Sunday Jazz concert on
Sunday 29 November, 1.30-4pm, is the Firebird Quartet.
Musically influenced by Terence Blanchard, Kendrick Scott, Christian
Scott, Roy Hargrove, Dean Taba and Wynton Marsalis, the band also
performs a number of original compositions in a range of styles from
driving swing to grooves with a hint of hip hop. £7/£5 conc. Kids under 16 free.
The Screen Seven movie, Selma rounds off
the month on Monday 30
November, 8pm. The film chronicles the tumultuous period in
1965, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a dangerous campaign to secure
equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. The epic march
from Selma to Montgomery culminated in President Johnson signing the
Voting Rights Act of 1965, one of the most significant victories for the
civil rights movement.
£6 / £5 conc.