FROM MALIN TO MIZEN
A Journey in Music, Song and Story – Along the Wild Atlantic Way
The magic of the Wild Atlantic Way – that 2500 km. of rugged coastline from windswept Malin
Head in the north to Mizen Head in the south – will be celebrated in a Concert presented by the
Galway Percy French Society in An Taibhdhearc on Saturday, 20th May, 2017, p.m.
From Donegal to Cork, the dramatic forces of nature have created jutting headlands, soaring cliffs,
secluded beaches, sheep spotted hills and spectacular sunsets. The tradition of music, song and
story is forever in the air against a backdrop of crashing waves and whispering winds, keeping us
company through time and tide.
Join us in An Taibhdhearc on the 20 TH May, as we navigate a journey s in Music, Song and Story
Along the Wild Atlantic Way. The programme is narrated by Rev. Patrick Towers, former Rector of
St. Nicholas Collegiate Church, Galway, with Maeve Cairney, Soprano, Martina King, Harpist,
Christopher McDonald, Tenor, Deirdre Curley, Contralto, Íde Ni Fhaoláin, Violinist, Martin
Dermody, Guitarist, and featuring Eddie Lenihan, Master Story Teller – stories of Myth, Magic and
Commencing 7.30 p.m. Admission E15.00 plus booking fee.
Ainm/Name: From Malin to Mizen
Dataí/Dates: 20 May 2017