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Art and Design / May 11, 2022

Hugh Cooney invites you to Folklord Experimental Tales II

Art and Design / May 11, 2022

Hugh Cooney invites you to Folklord Experimental Tales II

Words: Eva O’Beirne

Artist and comedian Hugh Cooney has been gathering modern-day folklore and asks you to join him and help craft his new show at a secret location in Dublin city.

Known for his podcast Folklord, Hugh uses the Irish art of storytelling to bring you into the world of folklore mythology and other ancient places.

In preparation for his return to performing in the Underground Piano bar at Glastonbury, Hugh has been busy preparing new characters and stories for you to enjoy around a fire with plenty of street food and cocktails.

Four hours before the show you will be given coordinates for a rendezvous with Senchai Hugh himself for a meandering evening of yarn spinning and gag forging.

Tickets start at 15 euro for general admission. Tickets that include a dinner of wood-fired pizza, vegetarian street food and Irish coffee are also available at 30 euro per person.

To buy tickets for Folklord Experimental Tales II, click here.

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