KLINKERDIN Experimental Arts Salon presents
'THE LONG AND THE SHORT OF IT'
Discourses on Life, the Universe and Everything -
through song, music, art and sound.
Venue: Common Ground, Church Terrace, Bray A98 P3V2
(end of laneway opposite Royal Hotel)
Doors 7.30pm, performances begin at 8pm sharp...we have a lot to get through!
Cabaret Artist and Comedian Rose Lawless is your host for the evening.
We have a fabulous Line Up including the return of the very talented band MEFFI who brought the house down on Culture Night. A group of young people who have some something to say and they SAY it through their own brand of original material.
A rare performance by singer songwriter Sinead O'Brien whose awesome voice and exquisite, poetic sense of story telling marry into an experience that's really special. Sinead also is Common Ground's Drum Circle facilitator.
Trish Cavanagh's lifetime of deeply felt and traumatic experience finds expression in insightful performance and visual art work that brings us through hard places into epiphany in a very held way.
Singer Anne O'Loughlin's rich soulful voice reflects a personal journey of spiritual awakening expressed in voice and sound. She will be accompanied by guitarist Gerry Anderson.
The highly repulsive sound artist Ruaidhrí O'Sullivan is improvising a piece using modular synths and visual experience. The work is inspired by the music of the Krell, made famous by Bebe & Louis Barron in the 1956 classic, Forbidden Planet. I managed to get a reluctant interview with him. That podcast will be available at klinkerdin.com shortly.