The last one of these was a real spectacular of chit chat on the creative side of Dublin life. So its no surprise, that our friends in Come Here To Me have returned with another Songs and Stories.
This time its in aid of the Rape Crisis Centre who have had their funding hammered beyond belief. Here’s what Come Here To Me have to say about the line up this time:
“We’re very happy to present the poster for the second Dublin Songs & Stories night we’re hosting. Once again, the night is an eclectic mix covering all from traditional Irish music to the history of forgotten youth cultures and movements. We’re again grateful to our buddy Johnny Moy in The Sugar Club for helping to pull it all together. There are legends here and there are up and comers we’re very excisted by.
The first night was a sell out, raising funds for Pieta House in the process. This time, we’re supporting the Rape Crisis Centre. Tickets are available here, and all help in promoting this night (via blogs, the press or anything else) is very much appreciated.
The poster had been produced by practice&Theory, and nicely compliments the poster for the first night which is below. The last poster drew on the work of Jim Fitzpatrick and Maser, two participants in that line-up. This time, it’s a nod to ADW – who recently reinvented Dublin’s rather ill-fitting city motto and coat of arms!”
You can read the full breakdown of who’s one the line up over at Come Here To Me and invite your friends here.