Kerry Deaf Resource Centre Update 25.06.12
SUBTITLED MOVIE IN TRALEE
Tralee Omniplex Cinema is showing a subtitled movie on the 27th of June at
The movie is Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter in 3D. The cinema is based
in Dan Spring Road in Tralee. We are delighted and thrilled to see access
grow and grow for movie goers across Ireland and its fantastic to see Tralee
Omniplex also providing subtitle access.
Spread the word to any Deaf person or hard of hearing you may know about
this movie. It would also benefit people with limited English- the subtitles
would help them to following the English spoken word too. For more
information on Tralee Omniplex, go to www.omniplex.ie
REMINDER OF YOUTH CAMP IN CONJUNCTION WITH CDA.
We want to remind those who have registered for the Youth Camp which will be
held in Tralee in July. It will be held from the 23rd – 27th of July. This
is being organised in conjunction with Cork Deaf Association. This follows
on from a very successful camp in Kenmare last summer.
The camp will include a 5 full day programme with a range of activities e.g.
team challenges, swimming, bowling, visit to Tralee Wetlands, hill walking,
sightseeing in Killarney and rock climbing & high rope climbing in Dingle.
Look forward to catching up with everyone and participating in all the
events. Our sincere thanks to everyone involved in planning the camp and to
all in CDA too.
SUCCESSFUL CODA GET-TOGETHER IN CORK.
We would like to thank all those who were involved in the CODA (Children of
Deaf Adults) event in Ballyhoura in Co. Cork over the weekend. CODA’s from
Co. Kerry, Dublin had a fantastic get-together over the weekend. A special
word of thanks to Lisa for booking the venue. To Marie and the UK CODA’s for
flying into Ireland especially for the event. Lastly, a thanks to all those
who travelled from Kerry and Dublin, to those who did the shopping, cooking,
and entertaining- a great time was had by all.
More information is available on Facebook- look for CODA Ireland (Hearing
Children of Deaf Adults).
FAREWELL PARTY FOR DUBLIN DEAF ASSOCIATION (DDA).
The DDA has been situated in Drumcondra for the past 22 years and has been a
vital service to the Deaf community in Dublin and nationally. They will be
relocating to the new Deaf Village in Cabra and will be having a farewell
It will be held on the 14th of July at 5pm. There will be entertainment,
food, reliving the past, exhibitions and much more. It will also be an
opportunity to see the building and lots of people from the Deaf community
throughout Ireland. It will also be a time to remember the laughter, joys
and good times, which were had in Drumcondra.
The event is strictly over 18. Tickets cost 5euro up to 5th of July and
10euro after that date. Payment by cash only. Please book early, as there
will be a limited number of tickets on sale.
You can get tickets at the DDA or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or
by text message to 087 096 6687.
DEAF EDUCATION CENTRE IN DUBLIN.
The Deaf Education Centre has a visiting research space available for
individuals or organisations to use on a short-term basis (up to 12 weeks).
It is furnished with desks and storage and has internet (bring your own
computer). If you or your organisation is interested in applying to spend a
term in the Centre, you can email Elizabeth Matthews at email@example.com
You need to have Garda clearance and a willingness to share your research
results. The Centre is now booked up to August. However, applications are
being accepted for September onwards.
CORK MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL- SUBTITLED PERFORMANCES.
For the first time ever, Cork Midsummer Festival 2012 is delighted to
present assisted performances of selected Festival productions. Assisted
performances give audiences with sensory disabilities full access to theatre
by means of subtitling/ captioning for Deaf and hard of hearing and audio
description for blind and visually impaired people.
The following performances will be of interest to the Deaf: –
Pat Kinevane and Fishamble: The New Play Company presents “Silent” in the
Cork Arts Theatre on the 29th June at 8pm. This will have captioning and
The Ark and Theatre Lovett present “The Girl Who Forgot to Sing Badly”. This
will be held in The Everyman on the 30th of June at 2.30pm. This is a family
performance for children 7 years of age and older. This will have
These events are facilitated by Arts & Disability Ireland, with funding from
Arts and Disability Networking (ADN) Cork. For more information, go to
OUR CONTACT DETAILS:
Kerry Deaf Resource Centre
4 Gas Tce, Tralee
Mobile (text): 087 633 4687
Fax: 066 712 0386
Tel: 066 712 0399