Tuesday, August 30, 2005

One of the most organised immigrant communities in Ireland is the Polish Community. For example The Polish Information and Cultural Centre is in Manor Street, Dublin 7. And now a shop selling exclusively Polish Food has opened near Crumlin. A taste of home when you are exiled. Why not!

With that in mind Polish hip hop band Sistars will play their first gig in Ireland in the Temple Bar music Centre. The gig starts at 10 pm. Admission is €15. According to the Polish embassy website “The group (Sistars) received all major awards of the Polish music industry. In 2004 Sistars were also awarded the MTV European Music Award for the Best Polish Act”.

I can’t help but be reminded of Irish musicians playing the Irish clubs in England.

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