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Singing Session at the Gaelic Club
from 8pm, Friday 5 February 2010

By Margaret Walters
Posted Tuesday, December 1, 2009

The Sydney Gaelic Club has invited the Sydney folk community to have a trial run of a singing session on Friday 5th February from 8pm and we urge you -- singer or not -- to come along and get us off to a grand start.

The Sydney Gaelic Club,
Level 1 (upstairs)
64 Devonshire Street,
Surry Hills

(follows Politics in the Pub)

Negotiations are under way with the Gaelic Club to see how frequently we can have the singing sessions.

The Politics in the Pub sessions are worth attending and maybe we can even hope for a bit of cross-fertilisation.

We hope to be able to make an announcement about the future of the session in the March Cornstalk.

Enquiries: Margaret Walters 9698 2206, 0427 958 788.

If you are interested in being on the mailing list for the singing session please email mwalters@mail.usyd.edu.au.

 
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Singing Session at the Gaelic Club
Cover graphic from Miguel Heatwole's celebration of the singing session, The People Have Songs.
 
Venues/Clubs The Gaelic Club

Location
1st floor (upstairs)

64 Devonshire St

Surry Hills

(100m from Central)

Info & bookings
(0413) 941 459

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