Dundalk Men’s Shed take to the An Táin Arts Centre stage this Saturday
Dundalk Men’s Shed take to the stage at An Táin Arts Centre this Saturday to perform Everyman, a unique song cycle created over the past year in association with An Táin Arts Centre Productions.
Men don’t talk face to face, they talk shoulder to shoulder. Performed by the Dundalk Men’s Shed’s Choir, this evening of sharing will uncover and re-examine both the ordinary and extra-ordinary journeys men take in their lives. They sing for the common man, they sing for every man.
Directed by Paul Hayes with lyrics by Sophie Coyle and music by Zoe Conway, John McIntyre and Patrick Connolly, the project is supported by Create Ireland and Creative Ireland Louth.
Director Paul Hayes said: “It has been a joy to work on this project with the men for the past year. I think it will be a very special evening. There will be plenty of laughs but also some tears as some of the stories that we have turned into songs are very poignant.”
Tickets, priced €10, are available from the An Táin Arts Centre box office on 042 9332332 or from the website at www.antain.ie