On 26th November 2014, the Events Management team at Armstrong Learning are organising a one-off gig at Voodoo, Belfast- Cabaret Rocks.
The eclectic mix of cabaret acts set to rock music promises to be an interesting twist on your average rock gig, and aims to showcase the abundance of outstanding local talent on offer.
The team behind the event, comprising of music technology and marketing graduates, recording assistants, sound engineers, as well as usicians, and performers, are organising the event in order to raise awareness of the work of local charity, Beyond Skin. The charity, established in 2004, aims to use music, arts and media to assist in the building and development of cultural relations in Northern Ireland, with the overall aim of addressing issues of racism and sectarianism, something which the team feel passionately about.
“It was a natural fit for our gig”, says Project Manager, Megan Joyce, “and we hope it will not only be a great evening of live music and performances, but also draw attention to the amazing work which Beyond Skin carry out.”
Line-up and performance times:
Gemma Bradley (21.45-22.15)
Ryan McMullan (22.30-23.00)
The Jury Disagree (23.15-23.45)
Petty Youth (00.00-00.45)
All profits from the £5 admission on the door will go towards supporting the charity.