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Astrid Adler featuring on Calendar

On the ¬†Ennis Street Festival in 2010 this great picture of me with Cata Isle Mime Theatre was taken by Cigala D’Or.



Art challenge

12 pieces of work in 12 hours minimum of 6 mediums

10 artists participated and I won the overall!

These are some of the results. Reception Saturday 4th of September 7.00pm in the Butter Market Gallery, The Marine Hotel, Kilkee. Work of the participating artists will be on display till 1 week after date. All work is for sale.



“The coast in a bucket” by CATA ISLE MIME Theatre

“The coast in a bucket” is the name of the upcoming show CATA ISLE MIME Theatre will be putting on in Kilkee. In early 2009 Astrid Adler was supported by the Arts Council to found CATA ISLE MIME Theatre.The group welcomes their new member Emer O’Carroll to their upcoming summer show in Kilkee community centre. Emer O’Carroll recently completed two years of Lecoq training in Paris and Barcelona. Mime is talking without words, expressing yourself with your whole body which constantly expresses our emotions and feelings; the language everyone understands. With Marcel Marceau developed techniques mimes brings fantasy and imagination to life. Because the body gives the picture inside a form it turns into reality,-for yourself and everybody watching. After producing a specially tailored show for Ennis Street Festival, this show depicts scenes of life at and around the coast. Using the universal language of the body, everyday scenes and stories are enacted with absurdities and unexpected solutions. All ages are welcome on Sunday 29th of August in Kilkee Community Centre at 4pm.

You find CATA ISLE MIME Theatre on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Cata-Isle-Mime-Theatre/130105653695500?ref=ts



“Thanks to Stanley”

pastels on black paper



reenactment Moyasta summer 2009

The come back of steam engine Slieve Callan to the West Clare Railway at Moyasta, Co. Clare, Ireland. Performance by members of Crack’d Spoon Theatre Company and other locals.