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Archive for September 2017


The Claddagh Rogues at Cork University Hospital

Date posted: 30 September 2017

Image shown: The Claddagh Rogues perform at The Mermaid Arts Centre in June 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Flynn.

The Claddagh Rogues will perform a free lunchtime concert at Cork University Hospital on 2 October 2017 to celebrate Mental Health Month. The Claddagh Rogues are currently touring their new album For the Record across Ireland, with songs that speak openly of homelessness, addiction, mental health difficulties and recovery.  Read More


Pizza and Poetry with TASK: Mental Health Week in Kilkenny

Date posted: 29 September 2017

TASK (Training and Support Kilkenny) is a full time rehabilitative training programme for adults. To celebrate Mental Health Week 2017, TASK and the Involvement Centre are hosting an afternoon of music and poetry on 8 October in the gardens of the Auxiliary Hospital on Wolfe Tone Street.  Read More


West Cork: Free music sessions on World Mental Health Day

Date posted: 28 September 2017

Image shown: The Claddagh Rogues perform at The Mermaid Arts Centre, June 2017. Photo credit: Barbara Flynn.

The Claddagh Rogues, UK musicians Ros Hawley and Mark Fisher, and Gamelan Spréacha Geala are part of the line-up for World Mental Health Day on 10 October at 49 North Street, the new Centre for Wellness and Creativity in Skibbereen.  Read More



Date posted: 27 September 2017

Image shown: PHOTOVOICES

PHOTOVOICES is a collaborative participatory photographic exhibition exploring the experience of having a mental illness in the Midlands of Ireland in 2017. The exhibition will run from 2 – 13 October 2017 in The Atrium, Mullingar.  Read More


Live Life and Sing: Celebrating Mental Health Week in West Cork

Date posted: 26 September 2017

Image shown: Live Life and Sing 2017

Live Life and Sing, in association with the West Cork Feel Good Festival, celebrates life, singing and community in West Cork for Mental Health Week. Bantry Community Choir are joined by friends John Spillane, The Claddagh Rogues, Muintir Bhaire Men’s Choir,  Bantry Folk Group and more on Saturday 14 October 2017 in the Maritime Hotel, Bantry.  Read More

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