The House presents
A Post Christmas Cracker
Feat : A live performance from Mr. Vast, DJ Aidan Kavanagh (Bollywood Set with performance from Serpents Mystiques + special guests) DJ d808 ( Dimitri Wolf) and a Bollywood Dance Workshop with Yasmina
Thursday, January 7th, The Workmans Club
Early bird tickets available until December 15th @ €10 from www.theworkmansclub.com
Mr vast is the alter ego of Henry Sargeant who, after completing a Performance Art degree in Brighton in 1996, went on to study acting at the Welsh College of Music and Drama. In 1999, he joined the experimental band Wevie Stonder who recorded 4 albums and performed 2 BBC Maida Vale sessions. Originally from Liverpool, he currently lives in Leipzig (Germany) and has released 2 solo albums grievous bodily charm (2012) and touch and go (2015).
Aidan Kavanagh is an Irish-based DJ with years of experience of playing clubs, festivals as well as weddings and corporate events. Armed with a broad-ranging, multi-genre music collection Aidan is known for his eclectic, highly danceable sets and his unrivalled ability to entice even the most dance-shy to the floor.
A regular at the Electric Picnic, Aidan has also played his Bollywood Set on the Body and Soul Stage and the Salty Dog Stage. In 2015, he headlined the Body Holidays area on the Saturday night with the show ‘Kids in America’ (produced in conjunction with d808 Media Production).
Serpents Mystiques are Ireland first Tribal Fusion Bellydance group performers. Directed by Yasmina, who is an acclaimed international dancer and teacher, the style combines a mixture of Oriental, India, Asian, Flamenco and Tribal dance. The technic is precise with drills and fluid movements, the dancers create their own ornate costumes and all are trained and accomplished dancers who won International Competitions.
Also known as Dmitry Wolf, d808 is a dj and producer whose sets reflect his passion for Techno. His sound is best described as thoughtful, intelligent, intensely danceable – techno, infused with a hint of playfulness which can bring the beat in unexpected directions.
Check his recent performance at Body and Soul “Kids in America”
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Yasmina’s Workshop – tickets for this work shop are priced €10 on the door and separate to the concert ticket.
Yasmina is the first Bollywood Teacher in Ireland. Her choreographies are inspired by Classic and Mordern Indian movies. Bollywood style moves incorporates aerobic steps and Hip Hop, making it the perfect class to shake out the excesses of December! The dances are also upbeat and happy, all about Love stories to welcome happiness in 2016! Yasmina’s workshops are always great fun and you might even get to work on moving your eyebrows for full face expression!