The Locksmith’s Song
Set in the dusty world of an old locksmith’s shop this tale soon bursts into action and adventure. The audience are brought on a challenging and rewarding journey, in which our hero, Tom Losluv, struggles to deal with his mother’s illness. A boy tricks death and locks it in a box. He battles with a ferocious monster who has fought great armies of the world and lived to tell the tale. He risks everything he has to save his mother from the sickness that grips her. This is a story that tells of a love and bond that cannot be broken, that of a mother and her son.This highly visual production mixes puppetry and object manipulation with dynamic physical theatre. Keys and locks sing and dance, shadow puppets float and frighten. All told by Eoin Lynch, one of Ireland’s most experienced performers for young audiences.
Monday October 9th, 10am & 12 noon
Tuesday October 10th, 10am & 12 noon
Wednesday October 11th, 10am & 12 noon
Tullyglen, Little John Nee and the Caledonia Highly Strung Orchestra
Galway based, Letterkenny writer/performer Little John Nee is a prolific creator of work for theatre who was recently elected to Aosdána. ‘Tullyglen’ is a musical performance specially adapted for Wainfest, featuring a selection of songs from his album “Songs from the Lough Swilly Delta”, performed with the outrageously talented Highly Strung Orchestra.
Thursday October 12th, 10am & 12 noon
Friday October 13th, 10am & 12 noon
Saturday October 14th, 11am & 3pm
These events are free to attend but booking is essential. Booking lines open on Friday 29th September at 9.30am. 074 9129186