Briery Gap Cultural Centre was set up in November 1999 as a venue of excellence to attract national and international talent to the Lee Valley. The theatre also offers a varied inclusive programme to include all members of the community and encourages the use of the venue by enthusiastic and reliable youth groups, theatre companies and film makers. It encourages expertise in all areas of theatre and cinema by providing workshops and training for Youth Theatre, Choirs and Drama Groups. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Briery Gap Community Group Events have been shortlisted for an award at the County Cork Mayor’s Community & Voluntary Awards 2015. The groups collectively include Youth Theatre, Christmas Pantomime and the annual Musical. We are delighted to be nominated for this special honour and very proud of all of the dedicated individuals that come together to make these groups so successful. Fingers crossed for a win on June 3rd!
Under the direction of Dr. Jennifer Bill, the Boston University Concert Band is a large concert ensemble comprised of approximately 50 members from a multitude of majors throughout the university. The Concert Band performs a diverse section of the wind band repertoire ranging from traditional works to premieres and recent compositions by leading composers. The concert band has hosted featured... Read More
With a wonderful history of have the finest singers in Ireland in the Band, Dolores Kean Maura O Connell and Mary Black, to name a few, Frankie has done it again with his latest vocal discovery Bernadine Casserly from Frenchpark Co. Roscommon. Bernadine is the youngest singer ever to join De Dannan, and at 28, she can be compared... Read More
Ben and George are a New York couple who have decided to get married after being together for over 20 years. They mark their union surrounded by devoted friends and family, but when there are unforeseen consequences to their nuptial celebrations, there is only scant, reluctant support from those who cheered them at their wedding. These men may be too... Read More