Our Education and Outreach department has created a range of initiatives that reflect the Friars’ Gate Theatre ethos of equality and inclusion in the arts.  We strive to provide the highest quality of arts services and programmes to the local community. 

Tuesday 5th March @ 7pm
Social Conversations:  Topics that Matter – Open Discussion
Join us for our public intergenerational conversation at Friars’ Gate theatre on March 5th at 7pm.
TY students from Kilmallock’s Coláiste Iósaef  and a group of older people from the area  will get together on stage for a chat about topics that matter to them. Come along and hear what they have to say about issues like religion, technology, sexuality, and much more. Led by Sheila Quealey.  Supported by Ballyhoura Development C.L.G.  All welcome.  
Admission Free 


Social Conversations: Topics that Matter



Volunteers (aged 60+) wanted to participate in an innovative intergenerational programme at Friars’ Gate Theatre.

This project will engage two groups of people in conversation, a group of older people from the community and a group of TY students, in a series of themed discussions on topics that matter in our society.

The FREE facilitated workshops will explore the intergenerational experience of these two groups from their unique perspectives.

If you would like to take part and would like more information you are welcome to attend an Information Day @ Friars’ Gate Theatre on:Social Conversations:
Topics that Matter

Workshop Dates 2019:

January 15th & 22nd  
(10.30 – 12.30)

February 5th

February 26th (10.30 - 12.30)

March 5th
7pm- 9pm

Venue: Friars’ Gate Theatre, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick

Info:  063-98727




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