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On now till Mon 12th of May
Marcin Bialas Exhibition
Marcin Bialas will present a stunning collection of dark graphic artwork with a clear influence from architecture this April at CFCP. Białas was born in 1977 in Zawiercie (Poland). He studied in the Faculty of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice.
Sat 26th of Apr at 8pm
Kill the Monster Comedy Improv
Kill The Monster is a longform improvisation group. For people unfamiliar with "Improv" it is unscripted and involves the creation of a scene from nothing more than audience suggestions. In Longform Improv. Kill The Monster create not just scene after scene but also magically weave.
Fri 9th of May at 7:30pm-10:30pm
Sue Rynhart & Dan Bodwell - Crossings Album Launch
Uplifting New Album Crossings - Concert and CD launch Sue Rynhart (voice) & Dan Bodwell (double bass) “Watch out for angel voice Sue Rynhart” – Roisin Ingle.
Sat 10th to Sun 11th of May
Dirty Jazz Club
The Dirty Jazz club have been a massive part of the Dublin Jazz scene for over a decade. Their focus is on the exploration and deconstruction of songs and an emphasis on creating a depth and textural soundscape on the melody. form and feel of the tunes.
Sun 11th of May at 4pm-5pm
Tibetan Gongs Sound Massage
The gong bath is a one hour immersion in sacred and healing sound wherein the gong-master activates the full sonic potential of the gong and bathes the listener with sustained waves of primordial sound. During a gong bath.
Sun 11th of May at 7pm-9pm
German Film Night Münchhausen
Münchhausen is a 1943 fantasy comedy film directed by Josef von Báky. a prominent director who remained in Germany under the national socialist regime. He knew Catherine the Great. Count Cagliostro. Casanova and the man in the Moon's daughter.
Wed 14th of May at 8pm-10pm
The John Keogh and Julien Colarossi Duo
John Keogh and Julien Colarossi met when they both studied in the jazz faculty Newpark Music School in 2009. Although they did not share the same classes. they quickly became aware of each others musicianship and composition ability and they developed a mutual respect for each others talents.
Thu 15th to Fri 23rd of May
New Voices: Pamela Byrne "Hybrids"
Pamela plays on notions of predator versus prey to make a comment on our ever changing attitudes and relationships to one another and to animals. She uses materials that have a strong relationship with the farming environment she grew up in. such as chicken wire. garden wire.
Fri 16th to Sat 17th of May
Gregory The Asshole
“We can learn thinking only if we radically unlearn what thinking has been traditionally” – Heidegger.
Sat 17th of May at 8pm-10pm
Margot Jones: Moving Houses
A laid-back and eclectic journey in song from performer Margot Jones featuring piano. guitar and percussion from Marie and Satya of Harmania. Proceeds in aid of Aware. .


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Centre for Creative Practices, is the home and catalyst for immigrant, experimental and emerging artists in Ireland. We provide a Creative, Supportive and Inclusive multidisciplinary space to integrate different societies through arts and culture.

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