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Galway - Event Notice
Thursday June 05 2014
06:00 PM

A Place To Be - Live music and Poetry

category galway | arts and media | event notice author Tuesday May 27, 2014 14:53author by Joanna Kasinska - Galway One World Center Report this post to the editors

Come over and join us for the June's ' A Place to Be'. Have a laugh, listen to some live music of Sharon Murphy and Ciarán Parkes poetry, share your thoughts with us.

Sharon Murphy, will be the host of A Place To Be and will also perform. Sharon is a Singer/song writer whose music could be described as Irish - Soul Folk music with reggae influences due to Sharon's Caribbean Heritage.
Guest Performer - Ciarán Parkes. Please see our website for further details:-http://galwayowc.org/updates/placetobe/

A Place To Be Is a monthly creative arts evening of spoken word, dance, music and song, all embracing the themes of belonging, identity and inclusion. The aim of A Place to Be is to provide a safe space for people from every walk of life especially those who may feel excluded because of their skin colour, sexual orientation, age, culture or mental health issues.

A Place to Be is organised by the Galway One World Center and hosted by Sharon Murphy. There will be two guest artists performing each month and Sharon, a professional singer/songwriter will perform on a monthly base. Come, listen, and share. All artistic contributions are welcome, especially original material. If you are interested in performing please contact Sharon Murphy at 091 530590/antiracism@galwayowc.org

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