If you’ve not seen the excellent ‘Notes On Rave In Dublin’ yet, well, this Friday you are in luck, as the documentary will be available to stream for the very first time.
To mark #CultureNight2020, Notes On Rave In Dublin will be made available to view online.
“Following the screening, there will be be airing of the panel discussion that took place back in 2017 before a rammed public screening back in Liberty Hall. Expect a heady brew of cultural archaeology, with stellar participants like Sunil Sharpe, Liam Dollard, Aoife Ni Canna, Francois Pittion and Kevin Barry sharing reflections with Kate Butler.
In the spirit of the project, we’ll be asking members of the public to share their own rave reminiscences, thoughts and memories. The intention is to eventually collate the best of them as part of a digital timeline. This is inspired by efforts like acidhouseflashback.co.uk, the Manchester Lapsed Clubber project, and other archive projects.”
You can register for tickets via Eventbrite here. In the spirit of Culture Night, the online screening is free, but there is an option to donate for the ticket, with all proceeds going to MASI – the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland.
Not seen this yet? Watch the ‘Notes On Rave In Dublin’ trailer below.