Coming to St Patrick’s Hall on Saturday 9th November: Manchán Magan presents “Arán & Im” – a fully accessible and bilingual celebration of the Irish language.
Arán & Im is a theatrical performance / installation in which Manchán bakes sourdough bread for 70 minutes while offering insights into the wonders of the Irish language – exploring potent words of landscape, terms of intuition and insight, and the many phrases that bring to life the mysterious glory of our natural world.
Is taibhiú drámaíochta é Arán & Im ina mbácálann Manchán arán taois ghéir ar feadh 70 nóiméad fad is a thugann sé léargas ar iontaisí na Gaeilge – agus é ag ceiliúradh focail mhealltacha a bhaineann leis an tírdhreach, téarmaí i dtaca le hiomas agus léirstean, agus an iliomad nathanna a thugann beocht do chumhacht agus mistéir an tsaoil nádúrtha.
It is a celebration of language, land and local Irish food, with freshly-baked traditional sourdough bread for the audience to slice and spread with butter they churn themselves from Irish cream.
TICKETS ARE LIMITED! Priced at €10 each, they are available now from Michael Leonard, Delvin Post Office. For enquiries, please call 044 966 4484.
Manchán Magan is a writer and documentary-maker. He has written books on his travels in Africa, India and South America and two novels.
He writes occasionally for The Irish Times, reports on travel for various radio programmes, and has presented dozens of documentaries on issues of world culture for TG4, RTÉ & Travel Channel. He lives in an oak wood, with bees, hens and veg, in a slightly confused house, with a grass roof, near Lough Lene, Co Westmeath.