The Home of Guinness will be welcoming guests for a special evening visit to their award winning experience and an event curated by St Patrick’s Festival. A unique dining experience in incredible surroundings; each performance will be enjoyed with a specially designed dish using the best of Irish ingredients and beer pairings. Guests will get to enjoy a selection of the most up and coming Irish Talent; hosted by Spoken Word artist Feli Speaks, and performances by Sorcha Richardson and Carrie Baxter.
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FELISPEAKS is a Nigerian-Irish Poet, Performer, Playwright from Co. Longford, based in Maynooth town. She is currently featured on the Leaving Certificate English Curriculum with her poem ‘For Our Mothers' for examination year 2023. FELISPEAKS was commissioned by RTE in 2020 with the poem Still about Ireland’s response to the COVID pandemic. In recent events, FELISPEAKS has performed at National Concert Hall as well as various online livestreamed events and symposiums including Createfest, Maynooth University Social Justice Week, Irish Arts Centre New York Halloween Event, and POD’s Festival of Now.
Sorcha Richardson is a Irish singer/songwriter based in Dublin, where she returned in 2017 after living in New York for eight years. Her atmospheric folk has been poetically described as "bedroom songs sung from a big city window" (bitzlr.com). She released her debut EP, "Sleep Will Set Me Free", in June 2012 and her follow up EP, "Last Train", on September 30th through Parisian indie label Crosswalk Records. Her debut album "First Prize Bravery" was realeased in November 2019 – "intimate, personal pop" (DIY). It was on the shortlist for RTÉ Choice Music Prize album of ther year.
Nobody does jazz and soul-drenched melodies quite like Carrie Baxter. Although she has been compared to some of her idols like Erykah Badu and the late Amy Winehouse, the Irish singer brings a distinctively sweet vocal style to everything she does - one that is authentically hers.
Since her debut single release in October 2019, she has been hotly-tipped, with indie music bible Earmilk branding her ‘an artist on the precipice of greatness’ and Hot Press Magazine calling her ‘one of the most thrilling new forces in Irish music’.
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