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PICS: Here's What Went Down At Hennessy's Lost Friday In The RHA Last Night

By fiodhna_hm

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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Following a sell-out night in January, Hennessy Lost Friday returned to the RHA last night, showcasing some of the most innovative creative talent from Ireland’s arts scene.

The night was produced by LPM Bohemia duo, Chaz Preston and Hugo Jellet – best known for their infamous Salty Dog stage, which pops up annually at Electric Picnic. They even erected a Rajasthani tent in the car park of the RHA, so impressive it had to be seen to be believed!

There was plenty of Hennessy cocktails, colour and creativity with electric live performances from King Kong Company, Pete PAMF Sextette with special guests, and the lilting tunes of Leila James, along with a banging DJ set from Rory Montane.

Revellers were mesmerised by mind-bending optical illusion projections, and they could even take home a copy of their tweets written in old-school pen and ink by calligraphist Sara O’Dea.

There were also creative art sessions with Will St Leger, heaps of Italian street food from Coppa and some brilliant Hennessy cocktail masterclasses to partake in.

Here's how it all looked

Getting jealous? You should be. 

But don't just take our word for it, here's what everyone else had to say...

There were haircuts...

... and calligraphy

Not to mention TUNES


And drinks, obv


'I got lost, but I don't want to be found...'


More plz

Feel like you missed out? Stay tuned to Hennessy’s social media where details of the next Hennessy Lost Friday will be announced soon! 

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