Niamh Keane is a singer-songwriter, violinist and guitarist, performer from Clondalkin, Dublin. She released her debut EP ‘Lake Michigan’ during lockdown, described by the Echo as ‘a collection of ethereal acoustic sounds’. Born into a family that have always enjoyed a sing-song, the violin, piano and acoustic guitar came to be ever-present in her life. To date, Keane has shared the stage with renowned Irish musicians such as Andrea Corr, Damien Dempsey, Kíla and Stocktons Wing. 2019 saw her perform on somewi of Irelands renowned stages including Electric Picnic, The Ruby Sessions, the Sugar Club and Whelans to name a few. Furthermore, her songwriting has been recognised by her contemporaries with IMRO’s Christie Hennessy Songwriting Contest and the Pan Celtic National Song Contest.
Barry Currivan is a Clondalkin based poet and spoken word artist. Barry’s humorous and imaginative takes on the highs, lows and middle bits of day to day life continue to be welcomed wherever he performs.
The open mic will close the evening & all music and spoken word performances are welcome. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Genres: Music / Poetry
Features: All ages / Wheelchair accessible
Address: 1 Liscarne Cl, Rowlagh, D22 E2Y2
Phone: 01 414 9269
No Booking Required
North Clondalkin Library is delighted to provide the opportunity for young people to collaborate with local artist Jess Tobin (aka Novice Jess) on a wall piece through the medium of spray paint in this street art workshop for teens. Inspired by the work of Vincent Van Gogh, the finished art piece will be on display in NCL for all to visit.
The workshop will be open to 13+ years and bookings can be made on 01 414 9269 or email@example.com from the 14th September.
Time: 5.00pm - 7.00pm
Genres: Arts and Crafts / Street Art / Visual Art / Workshop
Features: 16+ / Wheelchair accessible
Address: Liscarne Close, Rowlagh, D22 E2Y2
Phone: 01 414 9269