Seomra sessions to continue right through winter
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.