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Celtic days in Slovakia

The Celtic Days celebrate Britain's and Slovakia's common Celtic heritage through music, film, exhibition and performance. Here are just some of the highlights of the two month program throughout Slovakia:

MAY

24th- Scottish Chamber Orchestra Wind Ensemble, Slovak Philharmonic (Reduta), Bratislava (7 pm)
28th- Calum Colvin, Galéria Medium, Bratislava Contemporary photo exhibition closing June 20th.
30th- "The Malones", British Council. Panská 17, Bratislava (6 pm) Celtic folk music.

JUNE

2nd- "Dancing at Lughnasa", Divadlo West, Kolárska ulica, Bratislava (7 pm) Tony-award winning play in English.
3rd- "Celtic Film Day", Kino Klub, nám. Mieru 1, Prešov (5 pm-7:30 pm)
4th- "Dancing at Lughnasa", Študio Smer, Košice (7 pm) Tony-award winning play in English.
5th- Exhibitions by Tony Cragg & Christopher Nash, Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava Currently running and closing June 1 and June 8 respectively.
6th- "A Celtic Evening", Vodná eža, Vajanského nábrežie, Bratislava (5 -
10 pm) Song and dance for all.
6th- "Dancing at Lughnasa", Divadlo na rázcesti, Banská Bystrica (7 pm) Tony-award winning play in English.

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