It’s a whole lot of art for a tenner.
Trash Culture Revue’s Premiere Edition is bringing together 15 Cork artists working under the radar “for one night only in one of Cork’s finest dives”.
Kicking off on Sunday, October 23rd at Cork’s iconic Kino on Washington Street, Trash Culture Revue will be an intermittent series of Live Art gatherings taking place in Cork city, bringing together artists from a diverse range of backgrounds, art forms, and experiences, across music, spoken word, performance art, circus and more.
The idea is to celebrate artists with distinctive voices who find performance space limited on the mainstream arts and cultural circuit.
The first production will feature performances from Seiko Hayase, Alex Petcu, Raphael Olympio, Iverni Baroque Ensemble, Guillaume Cousson, and Bass Emitter (Kevin Terry), hosted by Arran Blake of art-punk band Pretty Happy, and featuring visuals from Cristian Cruceru and artwork design by Shane O’Driscoll.
“Currently there is no single venue/platform/stage, in Cork in which artists from across the live art spectrum can collaborate, experiment, play, and learn from each other,” said Moray Bresnihan of Goldiefish events.
“This Culture Revue seeks to change that. We intend to develop a space for inter-disciplinary performance and collaboration as well as give young emerging artists and performers the opportunity to play with new ideas and meet established artists from the city, around the country, and abroad.
“Expect a night of brilliance.”
Doors open at 7pm on Sunday, October 23rd, 2022. Tickets, €10, are available here.