This Sunday sees RTÉ's Pulses most eclectic specialist music show celebrate its 200th broadcast. To mark the occasion RTÉ Pulse will be broadcasting live from the Bagots Hutton wine bar in the city centre to a small specially invited audience.
On the night Tom Lowe will welcome special live performances from Irish based acts CLU and Chrysal featuring the hugely talented vocalist Kyriah Dee from the venues recently excavated wine cellar. Then Tom welcomes in for a special audience talk, two major industry figures in the underground British music scene; former programming director and current presenter of NTS Radio, Debi Ghose and Record Label owner and artist Scrimshire who will also be closing off the broadcast with an unplugged session playing tracks from his latest album released on Wah Wah 45 records.
Those attending the broadcast will be greeted by a Tiger Beer reception with complimentary beverages and food provided free from the Bagots Hutton.
Then from 8.30pm the venue will open its doors as the official after party commences with a live performance from Cork based artist Denis Clifford and DJ sets from Debi Ghose and Scrimshire. Entry to the after party is free of charge.
Any staff member wishing to attend should contact RTÉ Pulse station editor Adam Fogarty to secure a place on the invite list no later than Thursday 22nd at 12.30pm.