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About Us

The Space Inside is an arts session held on the first Tuesday of each month from October to June, in Wicklow Sailing Club, South Quay, Wicklow Town, Ireland
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The sessions provide a platform on which all artists can perform - from poets to actors and from dancers to all forms of musicians.
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Admission is free to ensure access to all and doors open 8pm

If you would like to perform, contact us at spaceinside@hotmail.com

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

March Live Night

Tuesday 3rd March '09

The Nonaynevernomoores














We are delighted to welcome The Nonaynevernomoores, three dedicated musicians who are currently on a tour of Ireland.Max Bruel on accordion, is a native of Aveyron SW France and has had people dancing to the sound of his music since the age of 14. A native Ocitan speaker, he is well up on the local folklore.Leonard Zandstra on violin, is a classically trained violinist who hails from Amsterdam and is a prize winning student of the Rotterdam Conservatory of Music. He loves Irish music, especially reels.Nicky Purpora on guitar and banjo, was born in Connecticut but spent his early years in Wicklow. He is a compelling entertainer and a very talented singer/songwriter with a wide ranging repertoire. Check them out on YouTube. It’s Irish music like you’ve never heard before!


Kris Finnerty










Kris Finnerty is a singer/songwriter who lives in Bray, Co. Wicklow. His latest album, Christy is Dead, is 10 years of work comprised into one CD. The artwork in the booklet to the songs are a true showing of Kris's artistic nature and talent. His influences include Counting Crows, Band of Horses, Ben Harper and Bob Dylan. He can be regularly seen at The Porterhouse on Bray Seafront, Marriot Hotel and performing in The Dungeon

Fitzpatrick Hotel, Killiney. www.bebo.com/Chistyfinno

The Kilmagig Players










The Kilmagig Players are an up-and-coming drama group. They have performed various One-Act plays in different venues, including the Glenealy One-Act Festival in 2007 where they received 2 awards, and in 2008 where they received 7 awards."A Faceful of Flannel" written by Brian Langtry, is a lighthearted comedy set in the gym of a Leisure Centre. Two young women meet up at their weekly attendance at the posh gym where they mostly indulge in verbal rather than actual exercise. The arrival of a 'fit hunk' throws them a little off balance, but not for long.We welcome the Kilmagig Players back to the Space Inside with this very funny play.