Twin Headed Wolf-Killruddery Film Festival – Artists in Residence



Twin Headed Wolf

As part of Killruddery Silent Film Festival (19th – 21st September), the Twin Headed Wolf will invent a live Silent Film, the narrative of which will reveal itself as guests are escorted around the garden, with scenes unfolding in various selected locations. They will work with professional actors and performers, and live music will accompany the show! Expect the unexpected!

This show will begin at 5pm on Saturday and will repeat at 3.15 on Sunday.
Regular Garden Entrance applies for the day i.e 6.50 for adults and children under 12 free. Free to members and festival ticket holders. Booking is not necessary.

For those of you who have registered for Culture Nights, Evening of Light in the Gardens: Twin Headed Wolf will also perform a fire procession around 8.45pm near the Long Ponds, there will be a repeat for audience exiting the Buster Keaton’s screening in the Library!
Please note general reservations to The Evening of Light (19th of September) places are now fully booked.
There are still allocated places left for the Buster Keaton screening (8.30pm). You can book a ticket to this event here. Gates open at 7pm.
Or register complimentary for the Buster Keaton Screening when you buy a ticket to any other Film Festival screening. Buy a festival ticket here.

Twin Headed Wolf are twin sisters and creative partners from the West of Ireland. Operating primarily as a musical folk duo, they also have backgrounds in sculpture, performance art, ancient rituals, theatrical performances, circus skills and festival walkabouts. They have, over the past year, been exploring the boundaries of specific art forms and have attempted to construct performances that exist outside of any one particular discipline. They have taken their shows to many different spaces including art galleries, theatre venues, music venues and festivals. They often collaborate with an array of performers from various artistic backgrounds. Their ventures have brought them to such places as Glastonbury, Electric Picnic and Norway.