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What it feels like: Seán Dennehy Album launch

Dates: 17 Jul - 17 Jul

Show Time: 7:00pm

 

Join us for the launch of Clare poet Seán Dennehy’s debut album featuring performances of selected work from his album.

Introduced and mc’d by poet and performer Cormac Fitz, the launch will be followed by music from Thunderclap Murphy.

Seán Dennehy is a Clare poet living and working in Dublin. In 2012 he won the All Ireland Poetry Slam in Cork. His first collection in print, No Poetry, was published in 2013 by QS Press. In May 2015 he presented Pieces in Project Arts Centre, a night of poetry and song showcasing his own work and that of his favourite poets. Following the success of Pieces he presented a festive follow up, Christmas Pieces in December 2015. His debut album of recorded spoken word and song, What it feels like, was released in May 2019.

You can listen to Seán’s poetry here: https://soundcloud.com/denzelspeaks

You can listen to the new album on Séan’s bandcamp here: https://seandennehy000.bandcamp.com/releases

This is a free and unticketed event.

Images:

1. What it Feels Like – Album art
2. Séan Dennehy
3. Cormac Fitz – MC
4. Thunderclap Murphy – Performer

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