The Bundle boys back bringing a big ballistic bouncing bitch of an album out on the 5th of December in Seomra Spraoi. BYOB, late night event featuring fat freakish french men (imported), DJ’s, performers, behaviour, music, food, wild animal taming, wild animal tanning, thumb observation workshops, food and thumb gallery and thumb comparison website donation appeal situated at a corner booth manned by a man with a head like a fucking thumb. We really hope to see you there, it’s gonna be a big one for us. Tenner in. Support from Magesquintet (France)
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come hang out with us this Saturday, the 6th of December from 2pm through the afternoon to help clean up Seomra Spraoi!
music, scrubbing, painting, washing, sweeping – all the best craic you can think of!
if you’ve been looking for a way to get involved, here’s your chance. we reallyyy need help as the space hasn’t had a good, proper clean up for a while. it should smell a bit nicer after this….
The Spanish lessons will re-start on Monday 1st of December
Monday evenings (6.30pm to 8pm) upstairs in the front room of Seomra Spraoi. Spanish classes are run by a group of native speakers – volunteer teachers. We ask for a minimum of €2 donation per class to support Seomra Spraoi. For more info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Raidió Neuromantek grew out of the weekly electro/electronica club that ran from January 2002 through December 2003 at various Dublin pubs, most frequently in the upstairs of the Thomas House. After the club stopped, cofounders Dee Harvey and Paul Watts started up the radio show, with Krossie and Dee’s brother Mick taking over for her shortly thereafter. Since then, we have aimed to play the stuff other shows don’t (or daren’t) play, hoping that our listeners will hear something they like in the process…
DJ Richie Rolfe (Neuromantek / Undercurrent)
DJ Paul Watts (Neuromantek / Power FM / Lazy Bird)
DJ Krossphader (Neuromantek)
Cost : €5 unwaged / €10 waged (Suggested Donation)
Proceeds go to Seomra Spraoi
Seomra Spraoi / Thursday 20th November (3rd Thursday of every Month) / 6pm–8pm
Are you interested in squatting in Dublin? Do you want to meet and network with other squatters? Are you looking for other people to squat with? Do you have questions about the law, or other practical aspects of squatting? Do you need help finding an empty building? Then you should come to Practical Squatting Nights in Seomra Spraoi this Thursday!
Over the last three or four years, a squatting community in Dublin has grown and established itself to a point where it now has several long-term “established” squats, a good network of support, and a wealth of knowledge and experience of the practical aspects of squatting. It recently put on the 2014 Dublin International Squatters Convergence, a four-day event which an estimated 100+ squatters from abroad attended. But up until now, there have been few avenues for people who want to get involved in squatting who don’t already have connections to the community.
To tackle this problem, many squatting communities in other cities run regular practical squatting nights for newcomers to squatting. These events offer a venue for new squatters to meet other squatters, potential squatmates and pick up advice and practical help.
Practical Squatting Nights in Seomra Spraoi hopes to address this problem by bringing practical squatting nights to the squatting community in Dublin! There will be a practical squatting night in Seomra Spraoi on the third Thursday of every month, from 6pm–8pm. The first one is this Thursday, the 20th November!
This time we gonna bring the finest Deep House and Minimal tunes to your ears. There is loads of space and a deadly outside area. And the best is you can bring whatever you want to drink So come along, bring some friends and enjoy the ride!
Suggested donation: €15 or whatever you can afford.
This Sunday, October 19th, 12pm–4pm in Seomra Spraoi — come bring the kiddies for a day of fun
We want to support of an Irish couple in Gaza who are raising money and building a well for a village who’s water supply has been cut off due to the bombing during Israel’s assault. So we are holding a kiddie fundraiser Sunday the 19th in Seomra Spraoi from 12.
There will be games, story telling, face painting, arts and crafts and hopefully live music for kids — any other suggestions welcome.
There will be a couple of hours of family fun and a good excuse to meet up and bring all the kids together.