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Belfast Fringe: A Discussion on 'Mixing Pop & Politics...' on Thursday 24th May 2018
In this panel hosted by Activist, Songwriter and Broadcaster Tom Robinson he will ask is there a place for politics in modern music? How, where and when should bands be activists as well as artists?
Featuring Paul Connolly (The Wood Burning Savages, Vocalist, Lyricist & Songwriter) May Kay (Le Galaxie / ex-Fight Like Apes) Stuart Bailie (Music Journalist and Broadcaster), Shannon Delores O’Neill (Sister Ghost/Girls Rock School NI) and Steven Rainey (Presenter / Producer), at The Oh Yeah Music Centre, 15-21 Gordon Street, Belfast. BT1 2LG.
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