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glór Re-Opens from September 1st 2020

To view glór’s updated seating plan before you book your tickets please click here

glór is delighted to let you know that we will be reopening from September 1st.

We have missed the energy that our audiences and artists bring to our building and we are delighted to open our doors again.We will kick off live performances next Friday 14 with a very special Live and Local performance of The Albiez Trio presented by Music Network with a line-up featuring Tóla Custy, Laoise Kelly & Cormac Breatnach.

We have re-shaped our autumn programme to offer a range of experiences from theatre, to music, comedy and film and visual arts, presenting each experience in a controlled environment, carefully adhering to health & safety guidelines, going above and beyond to ensure your comfort and ease.

Our visual arts programme showcases young vibrant talent and brings colour back into our lives with Lockdown through a young Lens: County Clare Kids Art Exhibition 2020, curated by Rachel Macmanus, and Kaye Maahs and Will O’ Kane create paintings that elevate the ordinary and the everyday.

Our performance programme in September-October will be presented in new atmospheric and spaced out seating layout, with cabaret pods alongside our raked seating, with audiences seated per household.

Events to look forward to include a bi-weekly film series of 6 films in partnership with Access Cinema, that are artful, upbeat and fun; a series of play readings, The Plays the Thing!, perfect for these socially distant times, presented by a range of drama groups across Clare. Sit back, listen to the actors, and let your imagination take flight in this staged presentation of modern Irish and international plays. Presented with Ennis Players, Doonbeg Drama Group, Muse Productions, Corofin Dramatic Society & Sliabh Aughty Drama Group.

We continue Inspirations, our Studio Sessions, relocated to our theatre, which will feature a meeting of musical minds of exceptional traditional artists from Clare and beyond. Curated by Paula Carroll. We will present music to sooth our souls, put a bounce in our step and jazz things up, by the Vanbrugh Quartet, Ye Vagabonds & Cormac Begley, and Kit Downes.

Weekend comedy will provide a well-deserved laugh by Gearóid Farrelly with Special Guest Stephen Mullan, and Des Bishop and theatrical treats from Mikel Murfi with his much loved theatre show The Man in the Woman’s Shoes, and a new play by Clare’s own Eva O’Connor called Mustard, courtesy of Fishamble.

We can’t wait to welcome you back to glór for a safe, live performance.

To view glór’s updated seating plan before you book your tickets please click here