Wednesday, 6th June 2012
This weekend Waterford Youth Arts are making their work with various groups in the city more public when they present 'Eden Arts and Ability Weekend'. This kicks off with a photo exhibition at Garter Lane Theatre Gallery this Friday 8th June at 8pm. The Mayor Pat Hayes will formally launch the exhibition and drama Tutor Jennie Grangel will speak on behalf of all the groups represented in the images. The groups participating in the weekend are Pathfinders, Ciorclach and Start Programme from Brothers of Charity South Eastern Services, also the Spring Garden Workshop and the teenagers from St. Josephs School.
On Saturday (9th June) there are two events planned - a film screening of four short films at Greyfriars gallery at 2pm and a theatre / dance performance at Garter Lane Theatre at 8pm. All events are free.
Photo shows young people from St. Josephs' School in action
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