image of egress on show in mobile cinema

E.gress travels to Waterford

Waterford is the next stop on the E.gress exhibition tour | Thursday 14 April 2016


Mobile Cinema | 10am – 6pm

Cathedral Square, Waterford City

E.gress is showing continually on a 10 minute loop. Entry is free & everyone is welcome.

A huge mobile cinema will be the screening venue the film work. You can’t miss it – the mobile cinema is a massive 100 seater, 36 tonne artic, and it will be parked in Waterford City Cathedral Square.

Everyone is welcome to this free event, and no booking is necessary, you can just call by between 10am and 6pm. The film is 10 minutes long and will be shown on a loop. The artist Marie Brett will be there for most of the day if people would like to informally meet her.


Mobile Cinema | 1.15pm

Exploring issues of CARE in relation to the film, its collaborative making and people’s first-hand experience of dementia, artist Marie Brett and Mary Grehan, Director of the Waterford Healing Arts Trust, will be joined in conversation by carer Margaret Power and Anne-Marie Veale, nurse manager with the Alzheimer Society of Ireland.

E.gress will be screened at the beginning of this event and complimentary light refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome and there will be an opportunity for audience questions. This is a free event and no booking is required.


Cathedral Square, Waterford City

Link to Map  and Satellite View

map with location of mobile cinema marked

Invitation | Waterford

image of mobile-cinema

Mobile cinema – what to look out for. Photo by Venividiphoto

The E.gress National Tour, presented by artist Marie Brett, is principally funded by the Arts Council via a Touring and Dissemination of Work Award.

These Waterford events are presented in partnership with the

Alzheimer Society of Ireland 

Waterford Healing Arts Trust

with support from Waterford City and County Council


For on-going news and updates, please see the E.gress Exhibition Tour Facebook Page 

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