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General News / September 11, 2018

Dublin spoken word artist Natalya O’Flaherty shares video for ‘The Irony of Entitlement’

General News / September 11, 2018

Dublin spoken word artist Natalya O’Flaherty shares video for ‘The Irony of Entitlement’

Written by Natalya O’Flaherty and directed by Luke Murphy, watch the new visuals for ‘The Irony of Entitlement’ below.

 

One of the most exciting voices in Irish spoken word, Natalya O’Flaherty performed at a number of District events, from a 20-capacity rooftop to the main hall of the GPO. She’s also taken to the stage at National Concert Hall, Electric Picnic and more.

Her raw and poignant subject matter, delivered with her soft but powerful Dublin lilt, make her audience’s sit eerily still while they listen to the young poet.

She releases the new video in the run up to a series of performances, including a special event in Collins Barracks on September 21 for Culture Night.