The only Tasmanian screening of the multi award-winning documentary “The Camino Voyage”.
An epic tale of constructing and rowing a traditional Irish curragh 2500 km from Ireland to northern Spain.
The Camino Voyage has it all – adventure, danger, courage, endurance, friendship, emotion and humour – and a tragic final twist to the tale. This is all topped off with great cinematography, and fantastic music. The soundtrack features Irish music played by the musicians in the crew, as well as traditional music from the places they visited and people they met (Cornwall, Brittany, the coast of northern Spain).
This is a community fundraising event run by the Palais Management Committee; with door takings donated to local boating and history groups – Wooden Boat Centre, Living Boat Trust, Huon Rowing Club and Franklin History Group.
The Palais bar will be open, with reasonably priced drinks, including Irish beer and Spanish wines for the occasion
$10 entry. Pay at the door, or book online