See Through Café – 25 May 2020

Online

See Through Café presents
Felispeaks

WHEN 25th May 2020, 1 pm
WHERE online on Rua Red social media, links below

See Through Cafe and Rua Red invite you to join Felispeaks in conversation with Francesca La Morgia. They will discuss the challenges and opportunities for poets and performers during the closures of public venues and will tell us about her current online projects.
A conversation not to be missed!
Monday 25th, 1 pm
 
Funded by South Dublin County Council Arts Office and Creative Ireland

Join this live See Through Café via Facebook or YouTube.

Meet the guest

Felispeaks

Felispeaks is a Nigerian-Irish Poet, Performer, Playwright from Co. Longford.
Felispeaks has been nominated ‘Best Performer’ by Dublin Fringe Festival Sep. 2018 Judges for her performance in ‘BOYCHILD’, a co-written play by Dagogo Hart and herself. Felispeaks has also had the opportunity to perform her poetry at Concern 50th Anniversary in Dublin Castle in September 2018 that included speakers such as UN Deputy Secretary-General, Amina J. Mohammed, President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins, President Bill Clinton and Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson.
Felicia has also been honoured with an award by the (APNI) African Professional Network of Ireland for her unique contribution to the art scene in Dublin City, December 2017.

Felispeaks is member of WeAreGriot, a poetry collective consisting of herself, Dagogo Hart & Samuel Yakura – curating poetry/rap events – Talkatives, writing plays –  Felispeaks is currently enjoying creating poetry and performance pieces that always promises to introduce her audience to the journey of emotion in every story.
Honoured to share her thought processes about life’s experiences and her passions on stage; Felispeaks hopes to inspire thought, excitement and perspective. 

 

Felispeaks on social media:

Felispeaks

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Join this live See Through Café,
Monday 25th May, 1 pm via Facebook or YouTube.

In partnership with Rua Red

Funded by South Dublin County Council

Funded by Creative Ireland

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