Anne Kathleen McLaughlin

Since 2005, Anne Kathleen has been a student of Jean Houston, whose guidance and mentoring have led her to envision a spirituality that is in harmony with our new understandings of the universe while drawing from the mystical heart of ancient spiritual beliefs and practices. Through workshops and plays based on ancient stories as well as on the writings of medieval and modern-day women mystics and the recent discoveries of physicists, Anne Kathleen assists people to discover the pattern of the Sacred woven into the tapestry of their everyday lives. Since 2013, Anne Kathleen has been performing “The Wooing of the Soul”, her ninety-minute one-woman play based on an ancient Celtic Tale,set on Tara Hill in Ireland. Over…

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Siobhan MacMahon

Siobhan is an award winning Irish Performance Poet living in Yorkshire. Her poems, powerful and often funny, celebrate our sacred connection to the Earth and the return of the Divine Feminine. She is the winner of WOMAD Festival poetry slam 2017. She performs widely in England, Ireland and Europe and has been creating Spoken Word projects for over 20 years, combining Spoken Word with music,  dance, art and with film including –The Mouth of the Cave, Voices of Womenand Echoes of a Spiritual Nature.  She is actively involved in the 100 Thousand Poets for Change worldwide movement. Her recent multi-lingual poetry film Forgotten Memory has been shown at the Cork Film Festival and at the Cyclops Film Festival, Ukraine. – http://youtu.be/daY7jIjjQUM Her poetry has been published…

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The Periods

The Periods are a 6 piece band formed in 2015 inspired by the anything-goes ethos of their punk foremothers to liberate creative forces and start their own all female band. With spoken word and art rock influences the group bring a playful and vampy psychedelic sound into the ether with a natural freedom. The line up includes Sophie Coyle (vocals, percussion, laptop),  Orla Barry (vocals, kaossilator), Caroline Whately (guitar, keyboard, vocals), Joanne Finnegan (bass) and Nicola Moran (keyboard, aerial dance, vocals)

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