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Narrow Water Arts Festival: Djembe Drumming

Warrenpoint Parish Centre, St Peter's Street, Warrenpoint, County Down, BT34 3HR
Djembe Drums

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Djembe Drumming classes with Ronan McKee

Ronan Mc Kee is one of Ireland's most energetic and enthusiastic musicians and educators. He has decades of first hand experience playing the Djembe and has travelled to Africa to study this versatile drumming style. Prepare to get with the beat for an hour of pure rhythmic vigour!

Warrenpoint Parish Centre, 1pm and 2pm

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