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Summer Nights @ VISUAL presents

Voice Box at VISUAL

  • Thurs 20th August
    7:30pm
  • Tickets: €5

This August, we will hear from a host of inspiring people.
Ten speakers have 5 minutes each each to tell us what
they do. Come along to cheer them on and enjoy a fun and
inspiring with Carlow’s creative forces. 

MC on the night is Dr.James Heaney, lecturer at Carlow College.

Speakers Include:

    Blaise Smith: Artist/Musician,
    Carole Nelson: Musician,
    MaryRose Simpson: Founder of MyLadyBug,
    Edward Byrne: Founder of The Traditional Lime Company,
    Conor Fenlon: Rubix Cube Solver Extraordinaire,
    Star Geoghegan: Physical Therapist,
    Saidhbhín Gibson: Visual Artist,
    Eamon Colman: Visual Artist,
    Pauline O'Connell: Visual Artist.

 

Kindly supported by Carlow Brewing Company and
Carlow Local Authorities Arts office - free bottle of
O’Hara’s with the first 30 tickets!

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Free bottle of O’ Hara’s for the first 30 tickets in the door on the night!
Voice Box is kindly sponsored Carlow Brewing Company

Since Voice Box began in November 2013 we have heard from the following speakers. Thanks to all for taking part! Seamus O’ Hara, Carlow Brewing Company Paula Phelan, Music generation Adam Bohanna, Visual artist John Mckenna, Performing Arts/ Artist Jamie Alcock, Carlow Youth Theatre Emma Martin, Resident/ VISUAL Podge Sheehan, Carlow IT Michelle Horrigan, VISUAL Curator Sinead Dowling, Arts Office Paul Galbally, Teagasc Sophie Motley & Sarah Jane Sheils WillFredd Sile Penkert and Eimear Cheasty, Carlow Youth Theatre Emma Geoghegan MEME Architecture Richard Fenner Café Formenti Ann Mulrooney, CEO VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art Paul Galbally Teagasc, Oak Park, The Answer Project Hugo jellett, The Salty Dog Stage, Electric Picnic Sinead Cormack, Performance Artist Kieran Comerford, Carlow Enterprise Board Eileen MacDonagh, Artist Dermot Mulligan, Carlow County Museum Mary Amond O' Brien, Aspiro Bryan Burrows, Beowulf Sean Hardy, Writer Mike Hayden, The Music workshop Robert O'Neill, Striking productions