NLH/Leviathan – Is Music Worth Paying For? Nov 24 Dolans

Northside Learning Hub & Leviathan Political Cabaret – Limerick “ Is music worth paying for?”

in association with The Sunday Times

Limerick’s Northside Learning Hub is delighted to co-host the city’s second Leviathan Political Cabaret in Dolans Warehouse Wednesday Nov 24th 8pm.

The Late Late’s band leader extraodinaire Paddy Cullivan hosts an evening of musical satire and lively discussion with music from the Paddy himself and his “Leviathan Arkestra” and some local limerick talent also. Guests so far include Spin FM’s Michelle Mc Mahon, the legendary impresario and limerick entrepreneur Mick Dolan of Dolan’s Warehouse, Kathleen Turner of the Irish Chamber Orchestra’s Sing Out Strings programme, David O’Connell renowned musician and Principal of the Limerick School of Music, James Blake of the Northside Learning Hub & Brad Pitt Light Orchestra, Dave O’Donovan of Eightball Promotions and Media and Alan Owens journalist and music blogger with the Limerick Leader.

This event marks the launch of the Learning Hub’s brand new Music Hub at Kileely House. This new facility will house a fully equipped recording studio and music rehearsal and teaching space. We will also be welcoming the Limerick School of Music to the Music Hub from December to provide outreach music education for young people from surrounding areas for the first time!

Audience participation is a vital component of all Leviathan Political Cabaret so if you have something to say about the future of music in Ireland, come and get involved!

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