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Project Arts Centre as part of Bram Stoker Festival presents
Dates: 25 Oct - 25 Oct
Show Time: 8.00pm
First act on stage: 8.00pm
A cold, sharp bite of contemporary Irish culture.
New Blood sees party creators Mary & John (No Way Back, Electric Galway, Drop Everything, Glasshouse) sink their fangs into Project Arts Centre and transform it into a hedonistic vampiric rave for one night only (8pm – 3am).
With a daring dress code, the party will bleed out over four spaces: Theatre, Club, Gallery and Bar.
Finish your look at Tropical Popical’s Ghetto Nail Bar
Revitalise with bespoke cocktails
Knock back a b(lo)ody tonic at the shot bar
Slink into the dark room’s immersive installation
Rave among impromptu performances throughout the night.
New Blood is a night like no other.
The line-up is a deadly mix of live and electronic music acts:
EVVOL // SEGA BODEGA // EMBRZ // DIAMOND DAGGER // SOMERVILLE with DJ sets from ALICE CLUBNIGHT // JUNIOR SPESH // SALLY CINNAMON // GREG SPRING [THIS GREEDY PIG]
Dress code: If Rihanna and FKA Twigs had a stripclub in the Matrix (open to interpretation but strictly come vampiresque…)
Limited tickets available: €20 which includes a free shot from the flaming shot bar!
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