Sencity announce RDS showcase for the senses
Sencity is a brand new concept to Ireland despite being prevalent across a range of cities like London, Miami, Sydney, Berlin and lots more over the past 10 years. The idea is to provide a night out of live music that can not only be heard, but also seen, smelt, tasted and felt.
The event is for the hearing but is suited to provide an immersible experience for the deaf and hard of hearing. The show has it’s own developed sense stimulation concept for translating music to vibrations and semlls and triggering the senses of those who can’t hear as well as the rest of us.
For the first time Sencity is now going to take place here in Dublin on February 9th, 2013 in the RDS Concert Hall. Tickets for the show are €17.50 exclusive of booking fee and are available now from Ticketmaster.ie and outlets nationwide. Tickets on the door will be €24.
The lineup for the night will feature Signmark, Kormac’s Big Band, The Wonder Villains, Torann Drumms and GavXmas. Show from 9pm to 3am.
Not only is Sencity Dublin 2013 a unique night out, it’s also a more than 8 months long training programme which is mastered by a team of 21 young adults with and without hearing abilities. During that time a platform is provided where young people can interact with each other, share experiences and get in touch with decision-makers and experts. Knowledge about Event Management including experiences from Entrepreneurship to Communication Skills Management is being passed on and therefore gives the opportunity to develop skills in teamwork, project planning, decision-making and engagement with adults. Everyone is encouraged to participate in regular workshops, seminars and conferences and to take responsibility: Be a part part of the society!
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