Project Arts Centre presents

Performance

NIGHTHAWKS AT MADE IN TEMPLE BAR

Dates: 15 Jul - 15 Jul

Show Time: 7:30pm

Performance
Cube

By Nighthawks presented by RTE Radio 1

NIGHTHAWKS

Nighthawks, a Dublin based collective which meets in the Cobalt Cafe once a month, features music, comedy, theature, poetry and dance.  To celebrate Made in Temple Bar, Project Arts Centre will host a special event which will be broadcast live on RTE One’s Arena. Acts on the night include Maeve Higgins and Colm Keegan.  This promises to be an unmissable evening in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the regeneration of Temple Bar.

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More information about Made in Temple Bar here.

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