Is a monthly creative arts evening of spoken word, dance, music and song, all embracing the themes of belonging, identity and inclusion. The aim of A Place to Be is to provide a safe space for people from every walk of life especially those who may feel excluded because of their skin colour, sexual orientation, age, culture or mental health issues.
A Place to Be is organised by the GOWC and hosted by Sharon Murphy. There will be two guest artists performing each month and Sharon, a professional singer/songwriter will perform on a monthly base. Come, listen, and share. All artistic contributions are welcome, especially original material. If you are interested in performing please contact Sharon Murphy at 091 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our next performance will be Thursday 12th September, 6.00pm -7.30 pm at Amnesty International Café, Galway, 2/3 Middle Street. All welcome, free event.
Line up for Thursday 12th September
Rosanna Mc Cafferty
Rosanna Mc Cafferty has lived in Galway for over 20 years, though originally from Belfast. She is a working mum with an 8 year old son called Ultán, married to Laurence. She enjoys singing informally and likes to attempt painting occasionally.