Friday 25th November 2016 Creans Bar,
Oldcastle - CO.Meath
The CO Club in October is lining up to be a great evenings entertainment.
We have music from Moylan Brunnock and Niall Thomas
We'll have spoke word from local author Freda Donoghue
There'll be art on display from artist Karen Hickey
We'd love to see you there.
Niall Thomas released his debut album “Breathe Easy” in April 2013. Hot Press compared his songwriting to such luminaries as Crosby, Stills and Nash and Bob Dylan with others likening his work to that of the late great John Martyn. The album was playlisted on RTE Radio 1 and received extensive airplay on BBC Radio including a live performance on BBC Radio Ulster and was toured extensively throughout Ireland in 2013 and 2014. Niall is currently putting the finishing touches to his new record which will be released in 2017.
Freda Donoghue has been writing for the several years, concentrating mainly on drama and fiction. Her debut play, The First Punk in Oldcastle, was performed in Ramor Theatre, Virginia, Co. Cavan in April 2015 in its New Writing Series and won the adjudicator’s award for best new writing at Shannon’s One Act Festival in November 2015. Her second play, Wish You Were Here, debuted in Ramor Theatre in June 2016 and was performed at drama festivals in counties Cavan and Leitrim in November 2016.
Her work has also been performed at Le Chéile Arts and Music Festival Oldcastle, the CO Club in Oldcastle and the Café Sessions in Cavan. She lives in Munterconnacht, Virginia.
Moylan Brunnock is a 20 year old singer-songwriter from Dungarvan in Waterford, living in Dublin, studying to become a primary school teacher.
Starting out as a Seanós singer there is a traditional Irish quality to her voice, but she covers a wide variety of genres and songs in gigs with the use of her guitar and loop pedal.
Moylan enjoyed a lengthy run on Irelands 'The Voice' and got all the swivel chairs to turn for her on her blind audition. She chose Brezzie as her mentor and reached the semi final.
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I have been drawing since I was a small child. People as subjects have always interested me the most.
In 2006 I began taking courses in Life Drawing and Portrait Drawing, where I learned how to approach these topics in a more refined way. The artists who tutored these courses included Nina Patterson, Tom Been and Judith Ostermayer.
Over these last ten years I have participated in many Art workshops, all of them very freeing and fun but also very informative on how to approach art in many different ways.
In September 2016 I began a course in Drawing and Painting the Figure at the National College of Art and Design. An academic course including the study of the Great Masters of the Arts.
My personal approach is driven by a mixture of instinct and a subject matter that I find interesting, which so far is people, their expressions, mood and movement. My aim is always to create pieces which are alive, colourful, fun and expressive.
I am inspired by many artists, including Amedeo Mondigliani, Kees van Dongen, Klimt, Egon Schiele and Mary Swanzy