The Tara Building is turning 5 – join Irish acts Ailbhe Reddy, TBL8 Brass, Nialler9 and more at the Dublin workspace and cultural hub to celebrate

by Gazette Reporter
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The Tara Building, made famous for its colourful exteriors by street artist Maser, and warm and friendly interiors, is turning 5!!!

Despite the hotel-ification and cultural erosion of Dublin the independently owned coworking, events and community hub has long been synonymous with the creative community, playing host to a thriving events programme of gigs, live podcasts shows, talks and workshops. 

The Tara Building is opening its doors to the public as a cultural and events venue with a mission rooted in creativity, community and social impact. They continue to build a thriving events programme of gigs, live podcasts shows, talks, arts and crafts workshops, and more. 

The acts

– Ailbhe Reddy – Irish alt-folk singer based in London, who performed at The Tara Building’s launch party 5 years ago
– TBL8 Brass – Urban brass band based in Dublin.
– Nialler9 – DJ and writer at new music website Nialler9 and Lumo Club resident in Dublin.
– Queen Beatz – Chicago born DJ, poet, dancer, and yoga teacher based in Dublin.
– LPM – DJ and producer based in Dublin.

Having recently obtained its drinks licence, a beautiful new event bar has been built featuring a mural designed by in-house Creative Arts Resident Chloe Winders aka Klo-Wi, who’s a member of the all-female street art group Minaw Collective.

Post-pandemic changes in people’s behaviour and how we work mean the team now offer ultimate flexibility with 24/7 access and a range of coworking options from single day passes and bundles, up to full-time memberships

Claire Gavin, General and Marketing Manager at The Tara Building says: “We are so excited about the future of The Tara Building, we’ve got lots of plans coming your way for the rest of 2022 and 2023. We love seeing the creative community coming through the door on Tara Street for each of the amazing events, talks and performances we host. We’re particularly excited for our 5th Birthday Party which is set to be an incredible night of live music.”

The Tara Building believes strongly in the power of community to make meaningful change in the world. Through their workspaces, event spaces, and community, they value and support those who make Ireland a more inclusive, sustainable, and creative place. The Tara Building brings this to life by offering a range of residencies in Social Impact, Creative Arts, and Sustainability, which includes three to six months of free workspace, meeting room access, event space and community support among other benefits.

Recent beneficiaries to call The Tara Building home under their residency programme include screenwriter and actor Andie McCaffrey, sustainability duo The Useless Project, and Helping Irish Hosts, a volunteer-run organisation empowering and supporting individuals and communities in Ireland to host Ukrainians in their homes.

Friday, November 11, Doors are at 6pm and closing at 1am. Over 18s only.

Tickets are available on eventbrite at a cost of €10 which include sone complimentary cocktail by Absolut oil eventvbrite-birthday-party-tickets-441478041707

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