Siobhán Kane and Tiger Dublin Fringe present

Music

LIFE HAS SURFACE NOISE #2

Dates: 15 Sep - 15 Sep

Show Time: 8.45pm

Tickets: €14.00

Think of some of your favourite records and how they have accompanied you as loyal companions, like Sancho Panza to Don Quixote….

Following on from last year’s sell out event, arts journalist and academic Siobhán Kane returns with another instalment, exploring our obsession with music and why some records remain dear to us throughout our lives.

Joining Siobhán to talk about some of their own favourite records, will be award-winning broadcaster and writer John Kelly, music enthusiasts Peter Toomey and Daragh O’Halloran, award-winning writer Kevin Barry and some surprise guests.

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