Spilt Milk Celebrates at Nadúr

Spilt Milk Festival, Sligo’s annual festival dedicated to experimental live music and art from all across Ireland, is presenting a unique pre-festival community celebration at Nádúr @ Café Fia in Coolaney centering around conversation, food and music. A live radio show will be recorded from the picturesque village on Sunday 22 August from 12-2pm and will be subsequently broadcast on Dublin Digital Radio on Sunday 29th August under the title ‘Sunday Brunch Brunch Brunch’. The aim of the event is bring vibrancy and a sense of togetherness & connection back into our community and local arts scene which like many sectors has been devastated by the Covid-19 pandemic; the event is funded by Sligo County Council’s Community and Voluntary Sector General Grant (Community Events) .

The live radio broadcast will be hosted by musicians and artists Natalia Beylis and Willie Stewart and will feature live DJing, interviews and audience participation. Part talk show, part food party, part current affairs but leaning heavily on Brunch. Hear about different brunch recipes, philosophies and techniques and why Brunch is the best meal of the day. Also included in the programme will be an insane collection of music and sounds from around the globe to help you digest and engage with this fantastic meal practice.  As for the food, Sligo’s newest foodie hotspot Nádúr, from chef Ethne Reynolds of Nook in Collooney, will be cooking up colourful plates of seasonal and locally sourced ingredients from their extensive breakfast and lunch menu. There will be both indoor and outdoor dining options, reservations can be made by contacting Nádúr directly by phone, walk-ups are also welcome. 

For those unable to join in person, it will be possible to catch all the excitement by tuning into the online digital radio station Dublin Digital Radio (DDR) on Sunday 29th August from 10am-12noon. 

The 2021 edition of Spilt Milk Festival will take place from 19th-21st November.

Spilt Milk Festival wishes to acknowledge Sligo County Council through their Voluntary & Community Sector General Grant Scheme (Community Events) for funding this specific event.