Fíbín Media | Ireland | Film

Is Mise

This ambitious series follows four young presenters, as they discover the world from their own perspective.

Sraith uaillmhianach í seo faoi cheathrar láithreoirí óga a bheidh ag fiosrú agus ag foghlaim faoin domhan ar a mbealach ar leith féin. Beidh muid i dteannta Ríona, Róisín, Joey agus Cóil ar eachtraí éagsúla agus iad ag foghlaim agus ag tabhairt faoi réimse leathan gníomhaíochtaí i ngach clár, ó chuairt ar mheitheal briogáide dóiteáin go cóiriú bláthanna, ón bhfeirmeoireacht go ceacht hip hap. Cuirtear ábhar nua i láthair i ngach clár.

We follow Ríona, Róisín, Joey and Cóil on various adventures as they learn and explore with activities ranging from the firebrigade to flower making, from sailing to learning how to swim. Each episode introduces a new experience .

Company

Fíbín Media

Fíbín Media is a television production company that was established in Connemara in 2008 as part of the drama and puppetry company Fíbín Teo. Their mission is to develop, show and finance creative television programmes for the domestic and international market. They have been commissioned for numerous programmes including; ‘John 3:7’ (TG4), 'Living For London' (Setanta), 'An Pobal Ag Ealaíon' (TG4) and their 1st puppet series for children 'Saol Faoi Shráid' (TG4), that received commissioning from the BAI was nominated for an IFTA in the Children's Category in 2015. Fíbín Media produced a 22 part science series 'Is Eolaí Mé' for TG4 in 2016 and went on to win a Celtic Media Award for Best Children's Programme in early 2017.

Venues

An Taibhdhearc

Accessibility: The venue is fully wheelchair accessible.

Parking: Q-Park Eyre Square is a large car park located in the nearby Eyre Square Shopping Centre. Q-Park Eyre Square is open 24 hours every day and charges €2.50 per hour. It is a 3 minute walk to An Taibhdhearc.

Public Bus: An Taibhdhearc is a 6 minute walk from from all bus stops in Eyre Square.

Walking: An Taibhdhearc is a 7 minute walk from the Town Hall Theatre and a 6 minute walk from the Spanish Arch.

Venue sponsored by

Clifden Station House Theatre