Rough Magic are hosting a panel on the Irish music scene from the early 90’s to the modern day as part of a series of panels programmed to co-incide with the revival of the much lauded “Digging for Fire” by Declan Hughes, showing in the Project Arts Centre this month.
“Near Wild Heaven- The Music scene 1991-2013” will take place in the Project Arts Centre on Saturday 20th April from 6pm to 7pm. Speakers include Irish singer and songwriter Paul Brady, music broadcaster and legend Dave Fanning, Irish Times music blogger and journalist Jim Carroll, broadcaster and composer Ellen Cranitch and composer Bill Whelan. The discussion examines the Irish music scene in the early 90’s to the modern music landscape.
The panel is free to attend but ticketed. For further information call The Project box office on 01 881 9613.
“Digging for Fire” is showing in the Project Arts Centre from 18th April to 4th May. Other panels taking place in The Project Arts Centre over the coming weeks include:
“Beauty, Beauty Everywhere, and Plenty more to drink- The Heyday of the Irish Advertising Industry” – Wednesday 24th April, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
“A Great Little Country- Economic and Social History 1991-2013” – Saturday 27th April, 6pm – 7pm
“Embracing the Chaos- RTE and the Cultural Perspective” – Wednesday 1st May, 6:30pm – 7:30pm
“Generation Emigration” – Saturday 4th May, 6pm – 7pm