CELEBRATE the summer solstice at the Caca Milis Cabaret in Wexford Arts Centre on Friday, June 22. The cabaret will celebrate the longest day of the Celtic summer with an evening of music, poetry, literature and dance.
Among the performers will be the Dutch retro diva Ms. Truly Divine; the Cork singer-songwriter Nella Dwyer and musician Fran Greene who has just released his second album 'Backroads'.
Writer Suzanne Power will read from new material that touches on the spiritual apsect of Celtic traditions and young Wexford poet Westley Barnes will reveal some of his keen observations on life. 'Johnny Boy', the latest short film from actress and director Laura Way will be shown during the evening.
Caca Milis regulars ' The Darling Sins' will also perform and the event will be hosted as usual by the mistress of ceremonies Helena Mulkerns, accompanied by The Featherbed Trio. Bring a pair of comfortable shoes as weather permitting, the audience will be taken on a walk across the bridge after the show, to celebrate the solstice.