Coraline at Firkin Crane

Myself, Gerry and Ursula (his missus) went to see Neil Gaiman’s Coraline as part of the Midsummer Festival. It was shown at beautiful the Firkin Crane Centre, pictured below.

Firkin Crane

Coraline was classed as a family show though with scary elements so that kids under 10 were discouraged from going. Nothing really scary about it but then I’m not ten anymore, though sometimes act it. It was the never disappointing Gaiman blend of quirky humour, beautiful prose, dark elements and great imagination. Gerry said he’ll have to buy the book now. Now, next we need to try and persuade them to bring Wolves in the Walls over here.

Coraline can next be seen in Donegal in July.

2 Responses to “Coraline at Firkin Crane”

  1. adam says:

    Firkin Crane Centre me arse, that’s the butter-a!

  2. Mr T says:

    Damien is correct this is indeed the firkin crane.
    The butter-a is the building in the bottom right of the image, looks like a backward C