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Holy Show Productions has created a live audio-visual essay for stage based on Ian Maleney's Minor Monuments. The show weaves live reading with voice recordings, music, the ambient sound of the landscape from Ian’s homeplace, and original film footage shot by Jamie Goldrick.
Set around a small family farm on the edge of a bog, a few miles from the river Shannon, Minor Monuments unfolds from the landscape of the Irish midlands. Taking in the physical and philosophical power of sound and music, it details the effects of Alzheimer’s disease on family life. Ian Maleney questions the nature of home, memory, and loss in this universal story of familial belonging and love.
The show is based on the widely acclaimed book of the same name published by the unstoppable hit-makers, Tramp Press.
Our Nationwide Tour visits arts festivals, literature festivals and venues across Ireland and Northern Ireland. Our first show took place in October 2019, and continues throughout 2020. Dates include:
5 October 2019 | Iron Mountain Literutre Festival, The Dock, Leitrim
12 October 2019 | Wild Atlantic Words, Linenhall, Mayo
19 October 2019 | Kildare Readers Festival, Riverbank Arts Centre, Kildare
15 + 16 Nov 2019 | Project Arts Centre, Dublin
30 Nov 2019 | The Source Arts Centre, Tipperary
1 February 2020 | Seamus Heaney's HomePlace in Derry. TICKETS: https://bit.ly/2R4FtuE
6 February 2020 | Roscommon Arts Centre. TICKETS: https://bit.ly/37NdMNM
7 March 2020 | Ennis Book Club Festival, Clare
May 2020 | Drogheda Arts Festival, date tbc
July 2020 | Boyle Arts Festival
August 2020 | Still Voices Film Festival, date tbc
Garter Lane, Waterford, date tbc
Further 2020 dates to be announced as festival and venue programmes are published.
For more info and booking, contact email@example.com. 2021 show with Sara Baume in development.