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Where We Live
Dates: 21 Mar - 21 Mar
Show Time: 10pm - 1am
Tickets: €6 - also available as part of Savage Saturday and Festival Passes
THISISPOPBABY invites you to join the Where We Live artistic family for a love-in and shake out to mark the end of festivities. We’re yoinking Niall Sweeney’s sublime Club Chroma Exhibition from IMMA (running until 29 March 2020) and transposing it to Project Bar for one night only. Add to that a soundtrack from some of our fav Popbaby DJs, pepper it with guerrilla performances, and together we’ll dance our way to a soft landing post festival.
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Presented in partnership with IMMA (Irish Museum of Modern Art). Chroma runs at IMMA until 29 March in response to the ‘Derek Jarman, PROTEST!!’ exhibition.
WHERE WE LIVE is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland and Dublin City Council.
St. Patrick’s Festival’s principal funders are Fáilte Ireland – the National Tourism Development Authority, Dublin City Council, the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport. For more information see stpatricksfestival.ie
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