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The Birthday Party for Temple Bar Gallery


By Bill O'Sullivan
25th Sep 2013
The Birthday Party for Temple Bar Gallery

?Tis the Festival season and aside from all else it’s a time for a lot of sitting in darkened rooms watching people perform. Occasionally such activities call for a shake up and this weekend it comes in the form of The Birthday Party. Temple Bar Gallery and Studios turn a whopping big three o, and to celebrate they are having a bash in their pretty and central location in TB. CatsCars, Ships, Diamond Dagger and LaserTom form a line-up guaranteed to get you loosening up and flexing your dancing muscles after all that theatre-induced thought. With art work by Cats Byrne and under the auspices of the human conundrum that is Padraic E. Moore, something good is bound to happen. BYOB and be a grown up.

This Saturday, for more info see here

Roisin Agnew @Roxeenna