Friends in Low Places night
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.