Thursday, 21 June 2012

Caca Milis Cabaret Summer is coming

Location: The Wexford Arts Centre, 9pm Friday 22nd June, €10 in.

The Cáca Milis Cabaret will be celebrating the longest day of the Celtic summer with a fantastic, diverse evening of music, poetry, literature and dance for your entertainment pleasure.
We’re really excited to present Dutch retro Diva Ms. Truly Divine, whose singing has been described as: theatrical, sassy, caramel-sounding interpretations of jazz and blues from the Roaring 20s till the Rocking 50s.” Cork singer-songwriter Nella Dwyer, whose raw-honey vocals are also something you won’t want to miss. Wexford’s Fran Greene will perform material from his second album, “Backroads,” which will be on sale on the night. Favourites The Darling Sins will be in the house – it will be a great opportunity to see them before they head into the studio to record an album.
And of course - Mistress of Ceremonies Helena Mulkerns is accompanied by The Featherhead Trio.
Writer Suzanne Power has excelled in both the fiction and non-fiction fields, and tonight we welcome her as she reads from new material that touches on the spiritual aspect of Celtic traditions. Wexford’s Westley Barnes has already made a name for himself as a young Poet, having delivered his keenly observed material in Wexford venues now for a number of years.
Ciné Sweetcake is proud to present “Johnny Boy,” the latest short film from actress and director Laura Way, and in the dance department it’s the triumphant return of one of the Cabaret’s favourite dancers, Alexandra Drafilova of Khelashi Dance.
If you're on for it, bring a pair of low shoes, because weather permitting, we will do a walk across the bridge after the show to celebrate the Solstice, ending with a drink or a cuppa at the Riverbank Hotel (you can always get a taxi home!!)
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Jessica Maybury said...

hello! I nominated you for an award…

Emerging Writer said...

Thanks Jessica. I'll take time out to read the Saturday papers - Guardian and Irish Times