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Seomra Spraoi Sunday Café, Bike Workshop and Cinema

Tasty vegan food, this & every Sunday at Seomra Spraoi. Food Served 3 to 4pm Suggested donation for food €4 /more/less as you can afford. Along with weekly Bike Workshops from 2 to 4pm, and Seomra Spraoi Cinema from 7 to 9pm

    WhenAug, 16 2009
    from 02:00 pm to 09:00 pm

    Peoples kitchen Sunday Cafe, 3 to 4pm
    enjoy a chilled out afternoon on Sunday with affordable, freshly cooked vegan food in good company, or you could just kick back with your meal and check out some of the books and zines in the library.

    Bike workshop, 2 to 4pm
    Every Sunday people meet to work together on each others, and rescues bikes and discuss cool bike related stuff. Old bikes, spare parts and donations are essential to the running of the bike workshop.

    Seomra Spraoi Cinema, 7 to 9pm
    showing animations, music videos, documentaries, short & feature films. This week Seomra will be screening American History X -

    American History X is a 1998 American film directed by Tony Kaye. The film tells the story of two brothers, Derek Vinyard (Edward Norton) and Daniel "Danny" Vinyard (Edward Furlong) of Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California. Both are extremely bright and charismatic students, and Derek is drawn into the neo-Nazi movement after their father, a firefighter, is murdered by a black drug dealer while trying to put out a fire in a South Central neighborhood. Derek kills two black gang members trying to steal his truck, and is sentenced to three years in prison for voluntary manslaughter. The story shows how Danny is influenced by his older brother's actions and ideology and how Derek, now radically changed by his experience in confinement, tries to prevent his brother from going down the same path as he did - From wiki

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