1st challenge: squeeze the combine thru the new anti-scrambler barrier…which I LOVE… when I don’t have to get a 4m wide combine thru to access our last field🤦
🙏 To local Councillor Amanda Smith for making sh!t happen when she got a panicky call 2/5 pic.twitter.com/XgSk5W7ID1
5/5 The good news? They were all gone in 10mins, didn’t leave a scrap behind them, & no hassle. All Brazilians down from Dublin. God help me if they’d been Irish🤐🙈
And we are GO. pic.twitter.com/ygqYsoHF8t
A time-limited chance to see Tomek Popakul’s Oscar long-listed semi-autobiographical short: the story of Young and Skinny, whose chance encounter on a bridge leads to a disturbing, mushroom-fuelled trip.
“We hosted the MorningGloryVille early morning rave today from 6.30 – 10.30am in our brand spanking new YogaHub studios on Camden Place, Dublin It was drugs and alcohol free, we had over 250 early morning ravers, there was yoga, massage therapists, smoothies, green juices, coffee and loads of food….”
On any given weekend thousands of people, regardless of age or social class, party to underground dance music in Dublin city.
Over the next six months Dublin Community TV will be working on a two part documentary to capture the raw energy and labours of love that keep us buzzing each weekend. Part one will go right back to the old-skool.
The emergence of our original rave nation, the people, clubs, labels and pirates that broke ground for repetitive beats in the city.