Date: Thursday 14 December
Venue: Whitefriar Street Church, Aungier Street, Dublin 2
Join us for a joyful evening of music and poetry in the heart of Dublin. The evening’s theme of inclusion will be reflected in the diverse programme on offer. Musical friends near and far get together for this season’s celebrations, including:
High Hopes Choir from Waterford
The poet Louis de Paor accompanied by Sean Duggan
Emily Logan, Chief Commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission
N.C. Lawlor on guitar and Aine Furey on vocals
Students, Seniors and unemployed: €15
Family ticket: €40 (up to 2 adults and up to 4 children under 16)
Tickets available here or at the door on the night.
Thank you for your support!
CAP-Care After Prison is a peer led charity organisation (the first of its kind in Ireland) which provides information, referral and support services to people who have been affected by imprisonment. This service offers ex-offenders a safe environment where they identify areas of need within their lives where support is needed to continue with their goal of leading crime free lives.
We believe in the ability of all people to change given the right circumstances and supports
As part of our information and support service we also work closely with the families and loved ones of people under sentence and awaiting sentencing.
Care After Prison (CAP)
Located at the Carmelite Community Centre (CCC)
56 Aungier Street
Phone: 01 472 0973
Care After Prison is a registered charity. Registered Charity Number: 20081003
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