Following funding from Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Exit Does Theatre will be in residence at the Stone Circle Resource Centre Meeting Room, Tempo from 29th March to 6th April 2022.

The project is ran to encourage getting involved in Theatre, Music, Literature and Other Arts in Fermanagh, with the eventual goal of developing two art themed events for the village.

Tempo Community Arts Development – Times
  • Tuesday March 29th, 8pm – Open Meeting for Anyone interested in engaging in Community Arts in Tempo
  • Wednesday March 30th, 4-7pm – Conversation/Storytelling/Singing/Acting
  • Friday April 1st, 10am-3pm – Conversation/Storytelling/Singing/Acting
  • Monday April 4th, 10am-3pm – Conversation/Storytelling/Singing/Acting
  • Tuesday April 5th, 10am-3pm – Conversation/Storytelling/Singing/Acting
  • Wednesday April 6th, 4pm-7pm – Conversation/Storytelling/Singing/Acting
The sessions are drop in and open to everyone, with exploration of Charles Dickens in Tempo, Maggie Murphy and Songs from the region and Johnny McKeagneys “In The Ould Ago”, as well as theatre and performance workshops.
Please drop in and have your say or learn some new skills.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
For Further information contact
Paddy on 074 85290656 Or