Friends in Low Places night

Mid Louth Independent - - NEWS -

Friends In Low Places is fronted by well-known coun­try singer Trevor Smith and fea­tures an ar­ray of top class to make up the com­pletely live and very tal­ented eight-piece band. They bring a unique show to the TLT on Jan­uary 12. You can ex­pect to hear all the great­est hits of Amer­i­can coun­try-mu­sic leg­end Garth Brooks who rose to fame world­wide in the 1990’s with his own brand of coun­try mu­sic which spawned such clas­sic hits such as, “If To­mor­row Never Comes”, Friends In Low Places”, “The Dance”, “Ba­ton Rouge”, “Shame­less”, “Unan­swered Prayers” and many more!

This show re­ally is a must see for any Brooks fan and is promised to of­fer you the next best thing to the man him­self!

Chris has voice of Luke Kelly

Dublin man & multi-in­stru­men­tal­ist Chris Ka­vanagh has been singing & play­ing mu­sic since he was three years old. His Grand­mother in­stilled a love of folk mu­sic in him from this ten­der age, with bands such as The Dublin­ers & The Clancy Brothers played reg­u­larly in his child­hood home. Chris is well known for his pas­sion­ate per­for­mances of folk singer Luke Kelly’s songs with his suc­cess­ful band “The Leg­end of Luke Kelly”, but he is also an ex­tremely skilled song­writer & com­poser. His show is in the TLT on Jan­uary 19th.

Rape cri­sis pro­gramme

Rape Cri­sis North East is of­fer­ing you the op­por­tu­nity to at­tend a Helpline Train­ing Pro­gramme which will com­mence on Wed­nes­day 6th Fe­bru­ary 2019 and fin­ish on Fri­day 14th March 2019. The train­ing is free and in re­turn, they will ask you to com­mit to four hours of your time per week to pro­vide tele­phone coun­selling sup­port to sur­vivors of rape and sex­ual vi­o­lence.Venue: Cher­ry­wood Coun­selling Cen­tre, Great North­ern Dis­tillery Of­fices, Car­rick Road, Dun­dalk. 12 Day Work­shops over 6 Weeks (Wed­nes­days and Thurs­days from 9.30am to 4.00pm).

RCNE Helpline Ser­vice is a “life­line” for many vic­tims of rape and sex­ual abuse who need to talk to some­one who cares. All tele­phone vol­un­teers are trained to lis­ten, sup­port and of­fer in­for­ma­tion and coun­selling sup­port to call­ers who use the line.

If you would like to be­come a helpline vol­un­teer, please con­tact Rape Cri­sis North East and they will for­ward to you a Helpline Ap­pli­ca­tion Form. Phone: 042 – 9339491 / 1800 21 21 22 or email [email protected]

Al­ice Brani­gan at the Protest - Wear­able Art Work­shop with Julie Duhy at High­lanes Gallery, Drogheda.

Nora and Pola Kaluzny at the Protest - Wear­able Art Work­shop with Julie Duhy at High­lanes Gallery, Drogheda.

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