An Seanachai

Nat Soul raised the rafters in Seanachaí for Helvick Lifeboat

Press release                                                                    August 15, 2013

Nat Soul raised the rafters in Seanachaí for Helvick Lifeboat

Nat Soul Band raised the rafters in An Seanachaí on Wednesday night (August 14th) in aid of the Helvick Lifeboat.

This five piece Italian soul band had them dancing on the flagstones in the well known old world thatched pub and restaurant located in Pulla just outside Dungarvan on the Cork road, run by Mags and Johnny Hurley.

There was a very nice crowd in attendance for this fantastic evening of blues, soul and BBQ supper with an Italian twist.  Indeed Mags and Johnny and their team pulled out all the stops.  “We are delighted to host this fantastic evening for the RNLI Helvick Lifeboat” says Johnny as he presented an impressive donation to Josephine Harty and members of the RNLI Fundraising Committee.


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Nat Soul Band in An Seanachaí Bar & Restaurant for Helvick Lifeboat

Clockwise from back left: Marco Crispi, Natascia Spatari, Mags Hurley, Joan Clancy, Martin Landers, Johnny Hurley, Liam and Josephine Harty, Guido Bosticco, Riccardo Bonomi, Maurizio Meo Calvi, Terence Morrissey.



Joan Clancy 
Hon Press Sec., RNLI Dungarvan & Helvick Fundraising Committee  Mweelahorna, Ring, Dungarvan, Co Waterford                                                          (058) 46205                                                                                                             086 813 4597                                                                      


Seanachai on Tour

Seanachai on tour to the Tramore races, Friday 16th August. Depart at 3.30pm
All welcome contact Johnnie or Mags to book your place on the bus

Italian Soul At An Seanachaí

RNLI fundraiser Wednesday 14th August 2013, all proceeds to the RNLI. BBQ with an Italian Twist, come along and enjoy the music. Italian Soul music NAT SOUL BAND - not to be missed kick off 9pm.

About An Seanachaí Bar & Restaurant

An Seanachaí Bar & Restaurant has remained unspoilt by the advances of the twenty first century and has remained one of the great traditional Irish pubs and eating houses. An Seanachaí continues a tradition that began way back in the mid 1800's during the famine years.
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