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Trash Culture Revue DIY Arts Festival 25th - 26th November

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DIY arts festival returns to Cork City in the Trash Culture Revue

The Trash Culture Revue is set to return to Cork with an eclectic mix of art, literature, theatre, gigs, slam poetry, film, food and workshops. Itís like no other arts festival in the country as itís all produced on a zero budget by members of Irelandís only free online arts skills exchange, mutantspace.com.
Trash Culture Revue DIY Arts Festival
Trash Culture Revue DIY Arts Festival

The Trash Culture Revue is set to return to Cork with an eclectic mix of art, literature, theatre, gigs, slam poetry, film, food and workshops. Itís like no other arts festival in the country as itís all produced on a zero budget by members of Irelandís only free online arts skills exchange, mutantspace.com. With over 800 members, Mutantspace skills exchange is delighted to be hosting another Trash Culture Revue. Taking place over two days, it kicks off at the Roundy, at 7pm on Friday Nov 25, with its fifth short competition on the ongoing film series, 'Mutant Rooms'. The evening continues into the evening with the Mutant Cabaret taking over at 9pm and featuring a jam packed mash up of spoken word, music, storytelling and poetry. The second day of the revue sees both The Woodford & The Old FAS building hosting an event at 2pm on Saturday November 26. A short, intimate performance for a single audience member entitled, 'Traveller's Tales': A one to one story exchange, takes place at The Woodford. Meanwhile the Provisional University presents 'Critical Times' in the Old FAS building. Taking place as part of the Elysian Art Trail, the Mini Mutant Tea Party by Veg Out starts at 3pm. 'Roots + Radicals': Drawings by Susan Leen and 'Disaster Cork': Cut up street art by Leo Boyd will also form part of the Elysian Art Trail venue. Returning to The Roundy on the Saturday night, A Vision of Electro Trash featuring both Djs + Film will begin at 9pm. The alternative gig for the evening and for which remains elusive for now sees the return of Bill Coleman perform a secret gig at 9pm on Saturday November 26. For more details on the acts and what mutantspace is all about go to http://www.mutantspace.com For more information please contact: Moray Bresnihan | 087 699 5669 | admin@mutantspace.com

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