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Imagining Ireland: Speaking Up, Singing Louder is bringing Ireland’s women artists together for a celebration

Imagining Ireland: Speaking Up, Singing Louder is bringing Ireland’s women artists together for a celebration

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Imagining Ireland: Speaking Up, Singing Louder is an event happening at the National Concert Hall on Sunday 9th February 2020 which will feature women’s voices from Irish music, poetry and literature on the same stage.

SOAK, Lisa O’Neill, Radie Peat, Sorcha Richardson, Denise Chaila, Eimear McBride (A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing, Strange Hotel), Emer McLysaght & Sarah Breen (The Aisling Series), Sinéad Gleeson, Wendy Erskine (Sweet Home) and Sara Baume (A Line Made by Walking) are the names announced to take part in the event in an event curated by recent Irish Book Award winner and Constellations author and editor of The Long Gaze Back: An Anthology of Irish Women Writers Sinéad Gleeson along with NCH’s Gary Sheehan.

Tickets: from €24.50, to €34.50 are on Sale Friday 29th November 2019, 10am From the NCH site.

Sorcha Richardson - Don't Talk About It (Lyric Video)
Radie Peat :: Dark Horse (This Ain’t No Disco)
SOAK - Knock Me Off My Feet
Denise Chaila - Copper Bullet

The NCH event is part of the NCH Perspectives Series sponsored by Davy as Innovation Partner, supported by Culture Ireland.

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Imagining Ireland 2020 will also be performed at the Barbican, London on 21st February, produced by NCH and Serious UK, supported by Culture Ireland.


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