Some freshly uploaded performances from recent brownbread mixtape shows…

Hey everybody. We have finally had a chance to edit some of our past performances and are just getting around to sharing some of the spectacular work with you all on our YouTube channel. Take a moment to listen to all of the work below from our March and April shows. Stunning, dense, complex music from Robotnik and Justin Grounds. Weimar cabaret stylings from Crazy Dog Audio Theatre. Contemporary folk balladeering from Fia Rua. Breathtaking, powerful poetry from Erin Fornoff. Every single one of them a knockout.

We are back on Oct 26th with a brand new spooky Halloween themed show. Stay tuned for details…

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people walk away – robotnik

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hop up the road – fia rua

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hymn to the reckless – erin fornoff

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we ride – justin grounds

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crazy dog audio theatre – the angel with the snow white wing

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michael grady went to mexico – robotnik

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violin study #1 – justin grounds

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The brownbread mixtape is a free monthly comedy, poetry & music show in the Stag’s Head pub in Dublin, Ireland.

Each  show has a theme. We all have loads of fun. Simple as that.

We can be followed & liked in these places:
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