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Clonmel Song Cycle

A live musical presentation and heritage trail through the streets, back alleys and lanes of Clonmel where audiences will encounter fascinating local historical characters and narratives - some well-known & some less well-known - in the surroundings and environment that shaped them. Conceived and composed by Eamon O'Malley.

April 1, 2022
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April 3, 2022
6:00 pm
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8:00 pm
€ 0.00 EUR
No booking required
Booking will open in March 2022
Clonmel

In the Open | Faoin Spéir is an Arts Council funded programme developed in response to the COVID-19 crisis for 2021 which will see a variety of outdoor arts events taking place in public spaces around Ireland. Led by Tipperary County Council.

A live musical presentation and heritage trail through the streets, back alleys and lanes of Clonmel where audiences will encounter fascinating local historical characters and narratives - some well-known & some less well-known - in the surroundings and environment that shaped them.

Watch these hidden figures from Clonmel’s past come to life and tell their stories through song and street theatre - often in the exact location that the events portrayed

occurred. Featuring original music and songs by Eamon O’Malley and the cream of local acting and dramatic talent, “Clonmel Song Cycle” will take audiences on a trip through Clonmel’s past and cause them to look anew at their local environs.

Eamon O’Malley is a Tipperary-based musician, composer, musical director and educator. He is the Musical Director of Uproar Rock Chorus and Belle Voci Choir. His first solo EP - Liminal Spaces Vol 1 - was released in December 2020 and is available to stream from all major platforms. He is also the creator and host of the Sofa Symphony Listening Party series - an online interactive listening party experience that focus on great works of concert music. He is a founder member of CLE, an electro-acoustic music and digital media ensemble based in Clonmel.

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