[Belfast] Benefit show for Ireland to Shatila Convoy (Creative Humanity Partnership)
Benefit show for Creative Humanity Partnership – Convoy from Ireland to Shatila Refugee Camp 2014 in Voodoo Belfast 9-11 Fountain Street, BT1 5EA Belfast, on Saturday June 21st
SECRET HEADLINER- TBA
One off special acoustic show. Turning the punk rock 4 piece into a stripped back folk 3 piece. Acoustic guitar, bass and drums.
SONS OF BURLAP
Full band trad and folk project featuring members of And So I Watch You From Afar and Axis Of. SOB sees brothers Rory and Ewen Friers take up arms with their father Julian Friers, Phil 0’Conor and brothers from other mothers Chris Wee and Johny Adger. Think Gogol Bordello meets Planxty.
Dreamt up in 2002, fully formed in 2004, shambolic, tragic and romantic throughout, the collective has taken many different forms in the last few years but have always attempted to play with your heartstrings, en route to buy you a drink at the bar.
Easy Crew DJ’s spinning all night.
Voodoo Saturday 21st June 2014, Doors 8.30pm. 5 squids before 9.30pm, 6 squids after.
Creative Humanity Partnership is a voluntary not for profit humanitarian Organisation, We help to match International Volunteers with grass roots community groups in deprived and marginalised communities.
We give International Volunteers the opportunity to work in partnership with community groups to run creative and educational projects, from Sports Projects, Arts Festivals, Talent shows, Media training and Language Classes.
The partnership aims to provide valuable resources, build capacity, share knowledge and raise the hope’s for people living in some of the most difficult, challenging and deprived environments.
We aim to support partner groups to help build capacity, improve and promote community development, promote self esteem and empowerment.
The First Pilot project took place in Shatila Refugee Camp, Beirut, if you would like more information about the initiative or would like to volunteer in Shatila Refugee Camp, Lebanon feel free to get in touch.
CHP plan to drive a convoy full of aid across Europe to Shatila Refugee camp to raise awareness of the terrible conditions that thousands of Palestinian and Syrian refugees are living in.
Organised by Creative Humanity Partnership