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Sunday April 13 2014
06:00 PM

Dabka & Trad - Concert for Palestine

category national | arts and media | event notice author Thursday March 20, 2014 17:06author by Rachel O'Hanlon Report this post to the editors

Lajee Cultural Tour Ireland 2014
Ireland meets Palestine for a night of traditional music and dance
Liberty Hall Theatre, Dublin 1
Sunday 13th April

Featuring:
Donal Lunny & Paddy Glackin
Frances Black
Cormac Breatnach, Kevin Rowsome & Brian Fleming
Eoin Dillon & Colm Ó Snodaigh of Kila
Kilteel Comhaltas Youth Group
Special Guests Lajee Dabka Dancers from Aida Refugee Camp, Bethlehem, Palestine
Artist Robert Ballagh will MC on the night

Photo exhibition, film & Palestinian food available from 6pm
Concert 8pm.

Tickets €15 Concessions €10
For tickets visit www.lajeetourireland.wordpress.com or call 087 962 3624

For more info visit our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/lajee.cultural.tour.ireland

The Lajee Cultural Tour Ireland is being organised for Lajee by a broad-based group of people not working through any specific organisation. Fatin al Tamimi, a Palestinian photographer, has been living in Ireland for the past 25 years. Fidelma Bonass has worked closely with another Cultural Center in Aida Camp for several years. Rachel O’Hanlon volunteered with EAPPI (Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel) in 2013, including work with Lajee Center. Orla O’Neill participated in Lajee’s Summer Camp in July 2012. Martin O’Quigley is a long-time activist.

Related Link: http://www.lajeetourireland.wordpress.com
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