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The Factory Performance Space

Lower Quay St

Rathquarter

Sligo

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International Arts Event highlighting the issues of Human Trafficking in Ireland. Art exhibit with performance of music, poetry, & dance.

About this Event

Soilsigh Ireland is an international arts project base in Sligo, Ireland, connecting & collaborating between dancers, musicians, and visual artists from around the world. This year's event features talented artists from Sligo and abroad to tell the unheard stories of those being trafficked and exploited. Audience members are invited to experience the truth about human trafficking in Ireland in a unique and tangible way: the darkness, isolation, exploitation, along with the hope, healing and freedom that is made possible by those fighting to free these victims. At the close of the performance there will be a brief time of Questions addressed by leaders and authorities in the area of Human Trafficking.

This event is aimed to raise awareness of current human trafficking issues, prevent the spread of trafficking in our community, and raise funds for Sligo based charity Invisible Traffick Ireland.

FREE Performances of music and dance with art exhibit

September 1st @ 2pm & 8pm

*2pm event held for those traveling from outside Sligo.

September 2nd @ 8pm

Doors open at 1:30pm or 7:30pm respectively.

Seating is limited so please reserve your seat on eventbrite

All welcome, but performance geared for audience ages 10+ due to the intense subject matter of human trafficking

Suggested Donation of 10e

Complimentary refreshments will be provided

Art works in the exhibit WILL be available for purchase!

Tickets for Raffle prizes will be for sale

Follow @Soilsighireland on twitter and instagram to see behind the scenes and learn more about the artists traveling to Sligo for this event.

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The Factory Performance Space

Lower Quay St

Rathquarter

Sligo

Ireland

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