Apollo Project Creative Careers: Bonnie Ann Clyde
Online via ZOOM
Free, but booking required.
Booking will close an hour before the start of the event.
For Dublin Pride 2021, join Dublin-based drag artist Bonnie Ann Clyde for an in-depth session on the life of a drag queen in modern day Ireland.
This event will include drag performance, drag history, and a Q&A session when you can ask all the questions you’ve ever wanted to. Over the last 6 years, Bonnie has been performing in drag. From small LGBT bars to national television appearances, she has clicked her heels all around Ireland and the globe.
This online event is part of our Apollo Project programme for young people aged 16 to 25.
Please note: Booking will close an hour before the start of the event. This is an online event via ZOOM. A receipt will be sent after purchase, and a ZOOM link will be sent via email to all ticket holders the day before the event. Please contact [email protected] if you have any questions.
What is Apollo Project?
Apollo Project is a new way to experience the Gallery, designed by young people for young people! Connect with artists, designers, makers and creatives at our monthly events. Hear about their journeys and careers, and learn new skills. Network, ask questions, and be inspired to make art and creativity part of your life. Creativity, education and wellbeing are at the heart of Apollo Project, with an emphasis on collaborating and partnering with young people to co-create vibrant and fun experiences in the Gallery. Believe in your potential. Live a creative life. ART MAKES YOU!
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