Young Hearts Run Free – Portal of Discovery – 14-06-15


Those Young Hearts are at it again, with a quirky and fun sounding event next Sunday from 4-7 in the Martello Tower, Sutton featuring readings, song and storytelling! Check out the full details below.


4.00pm – 7.00pm Sunday 14th June 2015 – The Martello Tower, Sutton, Dublin

Young Hearts Run Free have announced another wonderful event, Portal of Discovery, taking place in Sutton’s Martello Tower in the late afternoon of Sunday 14th June.This will be an afternoon of readings, song, storytelling, comedy and food, with some of Ireland’s most interesting creative people – comic Fred Cooke, actor, director, and playwright Gina Moxley and spoken word champion and poet Stephen James Smith, and featuring music by The Evertides, and Dylan Tighe, a radio presentation by Sounds Alive, and some surprise guests, and lovely food provided by takingaleaf in the special surroundings of the northside Martello Tower. As with all Young Hearts Run Free events, Portal of Discovery will be raising much needed funds for the Simon Community. Spaces are very limited for this event, so early booking is advised – all the Young Hearts events so far have been sold-out successes.

Siobhán Kane, founder of Young Hearts Run Free, says “We used this Martello Tower two years ago, for what turned out to be a very special afternoon, and we are so happy to be back, for a really intimate show to celebrate Bloomsday, it’s an amazing place to spend some time.” Young Hearts Run Free is a Dublin-based collective who have been putting on unique music and literary events in aid of the Simon Community since 2008.

Tickets available here.

Tickets Time: 4.00pm-7.00pmDate: Sunday 14th June

2015 Tickets: Advance booking encouraged – 20 euro (plus booking fee)


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