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Clare - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970
Rossport Five in Concert in Doolin, Co Clare.
clare | rights, freedoms and repression | event notice Saturday January 28, 2006 13:35 by Niall Harnett - Clare Shell to Sea 086 8444966
8pm, Sat 11th February, The Russell Cultural Centre, Doolin.
The Rossport Five and some of their friends are coming to Doolin to play music with local musicians at the Russell Cultural Centre, Doolin and to talk to the local and wider community of North Clare and beyond about their ongoing fight against Shell and the Irish Government.
Come and hear the lads talk about their experiences and the continuing Shell to Sea campaign. Enjoy a glass of wine and listen to the Shell to Sea traditional group of Micheál O'Seighin on whistle, Vincent Mc Grath on accordion and Ray Corduff on banjo who'll be joined by a host of local musicians for a night of music and talk, song and dance.