Nighthawks wing it to Liberties
Dublin arts collective Nighthawks will curate an evening of music, comedy and spoken word at the Guinness Storehouse next month. It’s the second year the collective have moved from their Cobalt Café base to St James’s Gate to take part in Dublin’s Liberties Festival. Their line-up from the Storehouse’s elevated Gravity Bar on Saturday, July 21st will include music from Little Xs for Eyes, Pearse McGloughlin, Vyvienne Long, Fiach and Ellie McMahon. City of Bohane author Kevin Barry will do a reading alongside poet Colm Keegan, while Jarlath Regan and Willie White provide the comedy.
Other events in the festival include Poems of the People and commissions by photographer Shane McCarthy and artist Maser. The full programme is being finalised and can be found at libertiesfestival dublin.com in the coming days. Nighthawks tickets at tinyurl.com/nighthawksgigtickets