Nighthawks fly all around town

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The arts col­lec­tive that never sleeps, Nighthawks, has fin­gers (talons?) in pies all over the city. The group, which is headed by part­time play­wright Stephen Kennedy, will have its next reg­u­lar gig night in the Cobalt Café on April 14th.

Be­fore that, how­ever, there’s a visit to RTÉ on Wed­nes­day, April 4th, where Ra­dio 1’s arts show, Arena, will host an­other live Nighthawks spe­cial from Stu­dio 8 at 7.30pm. There will be mu­sic, com­edy and lit­er­a­ture on the show, with per­for­mances from The Gand­his, Lit­tle Xs for Eyes, No­va­s­tone and Teatronik.

As men­tioned last week, Nighthawks will also take part in Body­tonic’s Beat­yard Week­ender, cu­rat­ing a pro­gramme of events on Sun­day, May 6th at the Twisted Pep­per on Abbey Street. The line-up in­cludes mu­sic from The Gand­his, and Daithí and Marc O’reilly; com­edy from Pat Mcdon­nell and Eleanor Tier­nan; and po­etry from Colm Kee­gan.

Tree cheers for The Gand­his

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