Building Hope: A Celebration of Traveller Culture

Online, Friday 8th October - Sunday 31st October

Building Hope features an online concert and discussion on Traveller Culture and Mental Health. Curated and hosted by Sharyn Ward, the event features performances and discussions with Trish Reilly and Steo Wall as well as guest appearances from leading figures within the community.
The event will stream from the 8th of October (the Second Annual National Traveller Mental Health Day) to the 31st of October. This event is free to view or Pay What You Can, with all proceeds going to the Traveller Counselling Service who provide free mental health supports to members of the Travelling Community in Ireland.

On Demand from 6pm Oct 8th until October 31st

Building Hope: A Celebration of Traveller Culture
• Curated by Sharyn Ward in Association with Axis Ballymun
• Featuring Sharyn Ward, Trish Reilly and Steo Wall

All proceeds from this event will go towards Traveller Counselling Service who provide free mental health supports to members of the Travelling Community in Ireland. Charity No. CHY18635.


Date:
Friday 8th October - Sunday 31st October
Time:
Varies
Price:
Free

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