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Culture Vultures feat. The Pale, Barry Devlin and Colm Keegan

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Festival Tent at St Aidans Comprehensive

Cootehill

H16 NY54 Cootehill

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Culture Vultures? It’s a 'salon'-themed pop culture event, co-curated/hosted/presented by journalist/writer/editor Tony Clayton-Lea. It consists, essentially, of words and music. On the bill for this special event we have 3 fantastic acts :

The Pale

One of Ireland’s best-loved bands, The Pale has ploughed its furrow for over 20 years, making music that has never imitated a style in order to fit into a passing trend. Ever the individualist, the band’s lead singer, Matthew Devereaux, has said that what he loves about the band is its “constant forward march in pursuit of the new, the striving for something of our own and the unflinching belief in the ability of music to express what it means to be human.”

Barry Devlin

One of the co-founding members of iconic Irish trad/rock band Horslips, Barry Devlin has many strings to his bow. In an exclusive public interview with Irish Times writer Tony Clayton-Lea, he discusses his lengthy career as musician, scriptwriter, director, filmmaker, tutor - and a few more sideline activities besides.

Colm Keegan

Dublin poet/writer Colm Keegan teaches in schools, prisons, community centres, and addiction support groups across the country. His poems evoke what it’s like to live in a Dublin that avoids cliched description. His poetry, observes writer/poet Dermot Bolger, “brims with frenetic energy and a hard-earned street-wise lyricism, bereft of false notes or unearned experience." Colm’s latest collection, Randomer, is published by Salmon Poetry Press.

This is an evening not to be missed.

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