Young Hearts Run Free presents



Dates: 11 Jul - 11 Jul

Show Time: 9.30pm

Join us in our bar on 11 July 2014 from 9.30pm as we welcome Young Hearts Run Free and DJ’s Peter, Daragh and Siobhán for the next of our Records Nights – admission is free, but donations will be taken on behalf of the Simon Community.

Young Hearts Run Free was set up in 2008 in order to help promote the creative community in Ireland, as well as raise funds for the Simon Community, one of Ireland’s homelessness services organisations. We put our events on in unusual spaces, in order to reappreciate and reimagine the city, and so far we have been on hillsides in Howth, pubs, churches, galleries, basements of office blocks, and private homes; and have had contributions from people like, our President Michael D. Higgins, Paul Muldoon, Villagers, Mike Scott, Andy Irvine, Alasdair Roberts, Katie Kim, Porcelain Raft, David O’Doherty, Kevin Barry, Dónal Lunny, Lisa O’Neill, The Spook of the Thirteenth Lock, Mossy Nolan and several other brilliant artists.

Remember, donations buckets will be around the bar for the night – so dig deep and help us support the great work of the Simon Community.


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