Tonight, the Watergate Theatre in Kilkenny will host the highly anticipated screening of “Breaking Down Barriers Part 1: Coming Soon,” a compelling urban sports, arts, and counter-culture documentary by the talented Kilkenny filmmaker, Isaac Burke.
This thought-provoking film delves into the heart of urban life, exploring the intersections of sports, arts, and counter-culture. Isaac Burke, with his keen storytelling and filmmaking skills, captures the essence of a diverse and dynamic community, showcasing the vibrant spirit and resilience of individuals breaking down societal barriers.
The documentary screening is not only a celebration of local talent but also serves a noble cause. The event is organized as a benefit for Teac Tom, a vital resource for mental health and suicide prevention, supported by the Thomas Hayes Trust. Teac Tom plays a crucial role in the community, offering support and counseling services to those in need.
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The Watergate Theatre, a cultural hub in Kilkenny, provides an ideal setting for the premiere of “Breaking Down Barriers Part 1: Coming Soon.” Audiences can expect an immersive experience as they witness the fusion of urban sports, arts, and counter-culture unfold on the big screen.
Isaac Burke’s documentary promises to be a captivating journey, shedding light on the diverse stories and experiences that make up the fabric of the local community. As the film premieres tonight, attendees not only have the opportunity to enjoy an engaging cinematic experience but also contribute to a cause that supports the well-being of their community.
You can join Issac at the Watergate Theatre for an unforgettable evening of film, culture, and community engagement, as folks come together to break down barriers and support the invaluable work of Teac Tom.
For more information on Teac Tom and the Thomas Hayes Trust, please visit the thomashayestrust.com.
Listen back to last weeks interview with Issac below: