Seomra ses­sions to con­tinue right through win­ter

Bray People - - NEWS -

THE SEOMRA YOUTH cafe’s gig nights are be­com­ing the stuff of leg­end and will con­tinue through au­tumn and win­ter. The last two weeks have seen Dis­trib­u­tor, Clara Byrne and Daddy Cassidy play­ing to full houses.

The venue is the ideal spot for young peo­ple to go and lis­ten to some mu­sic without drink­ing be­ing the fo­cal point of the night. The gig nights are open to those aged 16 to 21 and kick off at 7 p.m. on Fri­days.

They were on ev­ery week dur­ing the sum­mer and or­gan­is­ers now hope to host a gig ev­ery Fri­day. It is also hoped that young mu­si­cians looking for a bit of on-stage ex­pe­ri­ence will get in touch and per­form at one of the nights.

Any­thing from rock to acous­tic folk is per­fect fare for the evening’s en­ter­tain­ment.

The Seomra staff also have some record­ing equip­ment which they can use to record the per­for­mances.

The Seomra is open a num­ber of times a week and young peo­ple can drop in and hang out in a fun and friendly en­vi­ron­ment.

Go along and play pool, ta­ble-ten­nis, fus­bol, Playsta­tion and Wii or just take it easy chat­ting with friends and hav­ing some food. To find out more about drop in times get in touch with Seomra or just drop by some day.

For more in­for­ma­tion on any of the above con­tact Greg or Clay in the Seomra Youth Café on (01) 2764783 or drop by and see at the Seomra Youth Café, Ade­laide road (op­po­site the bowl­ing al­ley), Bray.

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