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Social Inclusion and Community Development Working Group of the Mayo LCDC in conjunction with GMIT are holding a seminar and workshop that is open to all! Key Note Speaker Nell McCafferty amongst other social and community activists will discuss the important subject Linking the Generations Building a Socially Inclusive county. Contributors will discuss the experiences of older and younger people from different perspectives and how the generations can work together today to overcome isolation, exclusion and marginalisation. The Music Department is a busy spot in St Gerald’s College with students involved in much music making both in the school and locality. Highlights of the recital will include: the grpa ceoil, solo singers, the TY Ukulele orchestra, instrumentalists and various ensembles from 1st to 6th Year. A variety of genres will feature from rock to pop, classical to traditional. The adjudicator will be Ciaran McAuley. He has been a core member of Blue Raincoat Theatre Company of Sligo since 1991. He has vast experience as an actor but also in directing, designing lighting, sets and costumes, set construction and tour management. Yet somehow, together, they determine to ward off madness and forestall despair. This brand new production is far too confidential to discuss openly at this stage, but watch this space as it is expected that highly sensitive information will be leaked early in the New Year. Vickers Vimy has supported such greats as John Martyn, The Hothouse Flowers, Mundy and Maria Doyle Kennedy. Hudson Taylor released their debut album “Singing for Strangers” in 2015. The multi talented siblings having honed their craft busking on the streets of their hometown of Dublin as well as cities all over Europe. The album, which was produced by Iain Archer (James Bay, Jake Bugg), featured three big hits ‘Chasing Rubies’, ‘Battles’ and ‘Weapons’. The film showcases bravura performances from renowned actors Adil Hussain (Life of Pi), Lalit Behl (Titli) and Geetanjali Kulkarni (Court). The film marks the debut of Shubhashish Bhutiani one of an exciting new wave of young Indian filmmakers. A house party like any other, in a suburb like any other. Two very different strangers meet, each looking for a new start and to shake off the disappointments of the past. But champagne, cheap lager and their chance encounter leads this unlikely couple to an unplanned pregnancy.