, Hennessy Lost Fridays at the RHA is back with Valerie Francis, Bad Bones, John Cummins, Lime & Fancy & more

Hennessy Lost Fridays returns to the RHA Gallery on Ely Place on Friday March 3rd.

The night will feature live music, DJs, poets and visual artists in a unique gallery setting.

Lined up for the first edition of 2017 is: electronic A/V musician Bad Bones and her dancers, the singer-songwriter Valerie Francis, poet John Cummins, DJs from the Lime & Fancy club night playing pop of the ’80s and ’90s, and interactive art from illustrator and animator Holly Pereira.

Interactive installations on the night include Hennessy’s Infinity Room; get lost in floor to ceiling reflections of yourself as far as the eye can see. Or become a piece of art with the Future Words Project. Step forward and see your silhouette create a movable reflection of words taken from the works of this year’s Hennessy Literary Award nominees.

Guests can also enjoy guided tours of new RHA exhibitions featuring works from Joy Gerrard, Leah Hewson, Carey Clarke and the RHA Collection with RHA Director Patrick T. Murphy.

Hennessy’s expert mixologists will create bespoke Hennessy cocktails, as well as hosting cocktail masterclasses. Cocktails include Hennessy & Ginger and Hennessy Sidecar (Hennessy, Cointreau and lemon juice). Guests on the night can also enjoy tastings from the Hennessy range, including Very Special, VSOP and X.O.

Tickets are €20 plus booking fee and include two complimentary Hennessy cocktails.