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RHA’s Hennessy Lost Fridays is back this week with Ships, Wastefellow & more

RHA’s Hennessy Lost Fridays is back this week with Ships, Wastefellow & more

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RHA’s Hennessy Lost Fridays returns next Friday July 7th after its March edition sold out and they’re promising another night of “colour, creativity and cocktails.”

Lost Friday’s July edition will feature cutting edge and dynamic artists, musicians, and creatives including the creators of my Irish album of the year the disco-synth duo Ships, the upcoming experimental electronic artist Wastefellow and the Cork DJ Niamh Ní Shúilleabháin aka DJ Hula Hoops.

On the non-music front, also on offer is:

  • A walking tour of this summer’s RHA Annual Exhibition with Director Patrick T. Murphy.
  • Free, body or face art done by the Dublin Body Painting Jam.
  • Watch as an artist creates a 3D artwork using Google’s Tilt Brush and have the chance to step in and create your very own piece of art.
  • Artist Colm Mac Athlaoich will be doing free caricatures for people to take home and on the hour every hour he will be giving 15 minute mini-classes on how to draw caricatures

Throughout the night Hennessy’s expert mixologists will create bespoke Hennessy cocktails, as well as hosting cocktail masterclasses. Cocktails include Hennessy & Ginger and Hennessy Sidecar. Grub will be served up on our summer-eve patio.

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Tickets €20 + booking fee (include two complimentary Hennessy cocktails)

Wastefellow - Wonder
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