Valentines Edition – New Voices of Ireland 4 | Centre for Creative Practices
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Centre for Creative Practices presents
New Voices of Ireland Series 4

When – 14th Feb 2017 @ 7pm
Where – The Harbour Bar, upstairs, Bray
Admission - Free

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US for a participatory performance “A Midnight Court Sitting” by Maeve Collins and a poetry reading by Csilla Todly

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Celebrate with us a different & very social Valentines evening! Enjoy a participatory, frivolous performance, dream while listening to a heart-warming poetry reading. Celebrate your mate, great company of other people, a really cool venue and a glass of your favourite drink from the pub downstairs.

Catch up with old CFCP friends, meet new people and spend the night in he-arty style.

We are looking forward to seeing you in the Harbour Bar!

The Bloom Mystery – Csilla Toldy

The Bloom Mystery – Csilla Toldy

A Midnight Court Sitting – Maeve Collins

A Midnight Court Sitting – Maeve Collins

Harbour Bar, Bray, Co Wicklow

Listen to The New Voices of Ireland of Series Radio

Room 101 did a drop in radio station over Culture Night for the New Voices of Ireland Series.
Click the image opposite and have a listen

Listen to Part 1 - The Guardian, Live From Culture Night In Dublin, with John Adams and plenty of guests:
Julie Griffith,
Monika Sapielak,;
and Ian Oliver,;

Listen to Part 2 - The Guardian, Live From Culture Night In Dublin, with John Adams and plenty of guests:
Rita Gibson,
Seanie Vaughan,
Shane Connolly
and Skipper’s Alley LIVE,

Listen to Part 3 - The Guardian, Live From Culture Night In Dublin, with John Adams and plenty of guests:
Ultan O’Brien (Skipper’s Alley),
Tammy Bradley,
Tadgh O’Ciardha Vocal Improvisation,
Joe Ryan,
and Seanie Vaughan Band LIVE,

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We Would Like to Thank

Our great partner Dublin Institute of Design, headed by its new Head of Design, Danielle Townsend has again provided us with their amazing venue in 45 Kildare Street. As many of you will remember from last year, the Institute is everything but a standard venue for a show. The maze of its rooms spread over three floors just adds an extra touch to the diverse and engaging experience of the New Voices of Ireland Series 2016. We love this new home and are really grateful to DID’s for their generous support!!!

We are delighted that the New Voices of Ireland Series have been noted in other EU countries as a great example of intercultural collaboration and exchange and that we were invited to present it at the Conference on the Fostering and Development of Talent in Bratislava in Sep 2016 organised as a flagship event during the Slovak presidency in the European Commission.

Thank you to the Arts Council for their kind support, thank you to all participating artists and of course a great tank you to our host – Dublin Institute of Design!

We trust that with the continued support of the Arts Council and our other partners we would be able to further contribute to make Ireland a leading example of a tolerant, open and creative society that knows how to effectively integrate and utilise the human potential brought by migrants. This is a very real challenge and a great opportunity if tackled in the right way.