- Film & TV
- 21 Feb 23
The show follows similar sell-out events in Galway and Dublin late last year for Shampain.
Irish artist Shampain is set to perform a live re-scored soundtrack at a screening of 100-year silent classic Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror.
The event is set to take place at The Complex gallery in Dublin this Thursday, February 23rd - with DJ, artist and broadcaster, Shampain (aka Cóilí Collins) at the sonic forefront. Don't miss his contemporary electronic score of a horror classic in The Depot's beautiful and cavernous surroundings.
The performance follows similar sell-out events in Galway and Dublin late last year, where Shampain also curated and performed a live soundtrack to ‘Man Of Aran’.
Cóilí Collins is one of the most exciting young talents to emerge within the Irish electronic scene in the past year and leading the charge of the changing face of the country’s club culture, paving the way for the new generation through community-led projects and his record label, G-Town records which he runs alongside Kettama.
While the pandemic halted a debut foray of shows abroad, it has seen his radio shows flourish with a loyal monthly listenership as well as a deep list of guests on a monthly basis.
With a BBC Radio 1 guest mix and Rinse France residency already under his belt, his unique brand of techno, grime and dancefloor energy has seen him play some of the UK and Ireland’s most respected venues and stages alongside the likes of Saoirse, Peggy Gou and Special Request.
His eclectic career has also taken him across the EU for headline dates - including a recent tour of Scotland, G-Town show in London and a typically anarchic set at Berlin’s HOR cubicle.
Outside of performing, Galway gaeilgeoir Cóilí is making moves towards broadcasting, with a culture series slated for TX on TG4, this spring.
Get your tickets to Slaughterhouse x Shampain this Thursday here.