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We've inked a deal to air the All Saints Show Post Match Interview. The All Saints Show is a fan based St. Patrick’s Athletic FC radio show featuring player interviews, supporters chats and match reviews.
We've signed up two new additions to our schedule. Ben's Country Music Show is a UK Country Music show presented by CMA member Ben Atkinson and broadcast on stations across the UK each week. Ben features the best in country, roots, americana and bluegrass and the show celebrates it's 10th anniversary in 2018 and Total Country Inchicore is delighted to be the show's very first Irish outlet. Join Ben right here on Wednesdays 2pm and Saturdays 4pm.
From Edinburgh we are joined by Ian's Country Music Show playing a mixture of Country music styles from both signed and unsigned artists from Nashville and beyond, not leaving any part of the world untouched as Ian searches for the best in Country music. In this vein, the show promotes newly released country music from Australia every week. Join Ian every Saturday at 6pm and Sundays at 4pm.
INR - INCHICORE NEWS ROUND - Inchicore's and Kilmainham's very own news service.
W/c 8 April, 2019
The inaugural Inchicore Literary Festival runs from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 April at Richmond Barracks Inchicore. The programme events include a gala launch on Friday 26 with a talk on the work of Thomas Kinsella by Gerald Dawe, Professor Emeritus Trinity College Dublin. Saturday is dedicated to Michael Hartnett with a discussion on his work, the Inchicore Haiku, and his time spent in Inchicore. Francis Ledwidge is the subject of Sunday’s programme with a talk on Ledwidge by Rosemary Yore, curator of the Francis Ledwidge Cottage Museum in Slane. Admission is €5 or €20 for a weekend pass. For tickets and more information, see Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.ie/o/inchicore-literary-festival-committee-19884640912
The Canals Policing Forum is hosting a public meeting in Inchicore to give residents the opportunity to have their say about issues impacting on their community. The meeting takes place in St. Michael’s Community Centre, Inchicore, on Tuesday 7 April at 7pm
The Dublin Brewing Coop, Dublin Food Coop and Cooperative Housing Ireland are hosting a film screening of "A Silent Transformation" at the CIE Hall, CIE Works, Inchicore on Sunday 7 Apr.The event starts at 1pm and runs to 4pm. You are encouraged to bring some food to share, whilst there’ll be a vegetarian potluck from 1pm with the screening to start at approx 2pm. They promise a lively discussion afterwards. The event is billed as an inspirational afternoon hearing about the power of co-operation.
Inchicore based participatory arts organisation Common Ground are presenting a series of artworks and performances that reflect on the studio 468 awards programme CITIZEN ARTIST 2016-2018 at Kilmainham Courthouse, Kilmainham Gaol from 10 to 15 April.
The exhibition will show the work of Seoidin O’Sullivan – The Grafter from HARD/GRAFT, Fiona Reilly - Declarations of Time Spent from The Dept. of Timekeepers, Laragh Pittman - The Invisible Museum, Pat Curran - This City Life, and Mark Holburn - Individualisation & Useless Time.
Free tickets can be booked on Eventbrite at the following link:
An exhibition and programme on the Vienna Model, “Housing for the 21st Century City, runs from 15 to 25 April 2019 at Richmond Barracks. On Tuesday 16 April between 9.30am-1pm there’s a seminar in Richmond Barracks entitled: Housing for all. Delivering New Affordable Rent for Dublin. For free tickets: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/the-vienna-model-seminar-delivering-new-affordable-rental-for-dublin-tickets-59390770393?aff=eac2
There are also FREE WORKSHOPS for Children at Richmond Barracks on 17-19 and 23-24 Pre booking required:http://www.housingmodeldublin.ie/registration/childrens-workshops-inchicore/
For more information visit http://www.housingmodeldublin.ie/
If you have news or want anything included in INR, Inchicore News Round, contact Total Country via twitter @totalcountryfme-mail email@example.com or via text on 089 484 1212.
So that’s it from INR for the time being, we’ll be back soon on Total Country – Country to the ‘Core.
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