Artistic efforts @Garter Lane

See how Garter Lane are doing their bit and helping everyone stay engaged with Waterford arts online during May.

Good news – Garter Lane Arts Centre are coming together to bring you lots of new ways of engaging with the arts during the month of May so you can get your creative fix at home and online.

What’s on this month

Every Wednesday in May

Catch Pom Boyd’s The Windy Lady, a very entertaining weekly video where The Windy Lady shares her thoughts on self-isolation, turkeys, pigs and everything in between. Presented in conjunction with Axis Theatre. Lots of laughs guaranteed.

Thursday, May 7th

10 Strings Symphony. Digital concert premiere featuring Grammy-award winning duo Christian Sedelmyer and Rachel Baiman. Online concert starts at 7.30 pm.

Other initiatives to keep you entertained

From dipping into their archives for videos that never grow old of shows, chats with local playwrights to spurring us on with ideas of how to stay creative at home, check out their offerings below.

The Red Iron – An Audience with Jim Nolan

Watch Jim Nolan talk about the runaway success of his play at Garter Lane last November.

Collectively Creating Thanks

Say thanks to those that have gone out of their way to help others during lockdown by creating a doodle, drawing, note, or poem to show your appreciation. Details below.


Online skills and ideas course in July

In July, Artist in Residence, Deirdre Dwyer will facilitate an online Skills and Ideas Incubator for six lucky theatre-makers in the South East. More details here or email directly. Great opportunity.

Want to know what else is happening in Garter Lane?

Check out their resource page


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