Harnessing local talent and the bold enthusiasm of actors who were decked out in costumes from long ago, Tarbert volunteers have managed to do an excellent overhaul and upgrade of the audio visual visitor experience at their museum Court House and Jail.
A short and authentic period film tells the story of the arrest and trial of Thomas Dillon. Among a superb cast, Cormac Wall plays the poor farmer Thomas, PJ Normile plays the judge and Tom Stack plays the police officer. In addition, the entire museum has a brand new sensor audio system installed, again all local voice actors! It is an event that promises to be a fun and a happy occasion in Tarbert so make sure you are there to enjoy it all.
The museum experience will be officially launched on Saturday June 29th. There is no entry fee and no need to pre-book on this celebratory occasion. Make sure you, your friends and family come along, take pride and enjoy the museum experience between 2pm and 4pm next Saturday.