Two Worlds Theatre : Samhain Open Day

On November 8th this year we are holding a Samhain Open Day at our Two Worlds Theatre & Garden Labyrinth along with refreshments and guided tour of our restored thatched cottage.

You will be able to try out our newly planted garden labyrinth that includes outer trees spelling the ancient Ogham alphabet and a living willow sanctuary cairn in the centre. Within the sanctuary is a ceremony fire pit and eventually a water blessing pool, but that may not be ready in time.

From within the Two Worlds Theatre, Claire, John and others will perform a show that will be connected to our travelling “Veil Between Two Worlds” show with songs, harps, folk drama, story telling and maybe some dance. We hope this will also be our first online webcast too, but the broadband provider has not confirmed connection in time yet. Alternatively, podcasts and videocasts will be uploaded.

More details will be provided here nearer the time but entrance is free, donations welcome and we can assist with any needed accommodation booking and transport as needed.

A more abundant web site will be here soon, but for now you’ll find these links useful for the latest news ….

Veil Between Two Worlds show

Where you can read an intro to our show

General Info

Link to John’s Celtic Ways site where it is worth subscribing to the newsletter for recent news


This is currently John’s page but always has the very latest news as well as a photo archive of the creation of our home, centre, theatre and labyrinth at Carrowcrory.

Recordings etc.

John’s book is not published yet, will be soon, but its worth setting the scene with Claire’s recordings available as CDs, digital downloads or as a digital collection on a flash drive.

Performance Dates

The most up to dates are posted on Claire’s web site until we post dates here

Podcasts and videocasts will follow shortly too.

We look forward to meeting you at our Samhain Open Day, at one of our Two Worlds events, on one of our Veil Between Two Worlds tours, at our conferences, while touring in Ireland and online through our webcasts or archived broadcasts.


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