Songs In The Quay Of Life
Episode 13 - Sea Legs - Part 2
'Songs In the Quay of Life' is a series of live performances that were filmed in the Spirit Store during the winter lockdown at the end of 2020. Episode 13 is a feature on our 'Sea Legs' open mic night, and premiers on Sat, 3rd Apr, at 8pm. Sea Legs Open Mic Collective has for five years been a platform, uncovering an extraordinary collection of singers, musicians, poets, storytellers and beautiful people. This documentary is a window into the talent hidden on your street.
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We are grateful for the assistance of 'Live Venue Collective' and the Department of Tourism-Culture-Gaeltacht in helping us realise this ambition. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it.
Episode 1: Lisa O'Neill (No longer available)
Episode 2: Elephant
Episode 3: Zoe Conway and John Mc Entyre
Episode 4: Jinx Lennon
Episode 5: David Keenan
Episode 6: SJ McArdle
Episode 7: The Zen Arcade
Episode 8: The Mary Wallopers
Episode 9: Nuala Kennedy & Gerry O'Connor
Episode 10: Finnian
Episode 11: Mick Flannery (No longer available)
Episode 12: Sea Legs - Part 1
Episode 13: Sea Legs - Part 2
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