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Social Pics: Hennessy Lost Friday At The RHA


By Jennifer McShane
13th Oct 2016

Gary Boylan & Roisin O'Sillivan

Social Pics: Hennessy Lost Friday At The RHA

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Belfast-born DJ and producer, David Holmes, headlined the third Hennessy Lost Friday of the year presented by ChoiceCuts in association with the RHA. Music lovers were treated to a very rare five-hour set to celebrate the release of David Holmes? new compilation, Late Night Tales, as the RHA gallery played host to a unique mix of music, art, food and Hennessy cocktails.

Revellers enjoyed gallery tours and got creative at Damn Fine Print’s screen printing station, while watching live torso tattoo art from Dublin Ink’s Feca Lanfredi. Hennessy mixologists were on hand to whip up Hennessy Sidecar?and Hennessy and Ginger cocktails before hosting a series of mixology masterclasses, while Jackrabbit served up tasty street food.

The event was the third of four Hennessy Lost Fridays that are running throughout the year in partnership with the RHA. The fourth and final Hennessy Lost Friday of 2016 takes place on Friday, 25th November to coincide with Dublin Gallery Weekend.