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December January 2018 February Late Night Silent Disco On Tuesdays!! Silent Disco On Tuesdays!! Tue 2 Jan / Doors: 23:00€5 Admission includes a free shot of Jagermeisters Late Night Ultra Violet (UV Party with SWIM) Ultra Violet (UV Party with SWIM) Wed 3 Jan / Doors: 23:00€5 Admission includes a free shot of Jagermeister UV Party night with face painting, glow sticks and other shennanigans Late Night Strange Brew Strange Brew Thu 4 Jan / Doors: 23:30Free Indie beats, alternative rock and good vibrations from the past, the present and the not too distant future with gugai. Hurricane Highway, Pete Kennedy Fri 5 Jan / Doors: 20:00€10 Amazing things have happened Hurricane Highway in their short few years together. From a chance meeting in a pub, singer Ed Holland and guitarist Kevin Collins recorded their first single Freak Dream, Shitthat Fri 5 Jan / Doors: 21:00€6 Upstairs. Open Mic Night Sun 7 Jan / Doors: 20:30Free Upstairs Whether you are a comedian, dancer, opera-singer, magician, singer-songwriter, Bruce Willis look-a-like or anything else for that matter….come in and hone your talents at Open Night at Roisin Dubh. Just … John Conneely Inc. Sun 7 Jan / Doors: 23:30€5 A collection of […]

Tradfest is one of those annual events that you have saved in your calendar, afraid of ever double booking and being denied the opportunity to revel in the marvels of some rollicking trad and folk. The festival occurs at the beating heart of Dublin’s arts and culture district, Temple Bar. It’s a place where buskers traditionally test out their newest songs and galleries open late for exhibition openings. In January, Meeting House Square is set alight with the luminescent joy that Irish traditional music brings to proceedings. There will be international acts performing shoulder to shoulder with the most awe-inspiring session musicians you’ve ever heard. You’ll be moved by lilting celtic airs or perhaps you’ll let your feet do the talking with a jig or a reel. Either way, Temple Bar Tradfest 2018 is a weekend to dive into, heart and soul. Experience the true essence of Irish life, with good times soundtracked by great music. Tom Doorley – Dublin City Hall, Dublin – Wed, 24 Jan, 2018 Big Country – St. Patrick’s Cathedral , Dublin – Wed, 24 Jan, 2018 The Mulcahy Family & Mick O’Brien and Family – Dublin City Hall, Dublin – Wed, 24 Jan, 2018 Radiant […]

5 Jan First Fortnight Therapy Sessions Curated by ALL TVVINS 8pm €10 10 Jan Refreshers Night 8pm €5/€7 11 Jan Gigonometry Presents… Ghost Accuser, Ger Fox Sailing, Runway Lights, Niamh Regan. 7:30pm €8/€5 (students/unwaged) 12 Jan First Fortnight Therapy Sessions Curated by DELORENTOS 8pm €10 13 Jan Ewa Gigon 7:30pm €10 18 Jan Avant Gardai 8pm €10/€8 concession 20 Jan The Mack Daddy! A brand new comedy show by Barry Mack 6pm €6 25 Jan Aiken promotions presents ELDER ISLAND 8pm €13 26 Jan THE SPITFIRES 8pm €15

he brilliant Scottish singer,Gentleman Al Grant presents an unique insight into the Life and Music of great Jim Reeves with a wonderful concert of Jim Reeves classic hit songs. With narration and video screen footage of Reeves life this will be a classic evening of Song and Story. Renowned for his classic interpretation of Jim Reeves songs with unerring similarity to the voice of the ‘Great Man’ this promises to be one of the concerts of the year. Al is backed by a band which includes some of Ireland’s finest musicians and special guest on the night will be renowned singer/songwriter Isla Grant. Previous Irish and UK Tours have been complete sellouts. If you are a Jim Reeves fan you will love this concert. Don’t miss a very special evening.

Bring on the haggis! Join the Ulster Orchestra and friends for the ultimate Burns Night celebrations! This uplifting spectacle of dancing, singing, pipes and poetry, accompanied by the sumptuous sounds of the Ulster Orchestra, is an ever-fitting, annual tribute to ‘The Bard’ himself. Celebrating the cultural links between Scotland and Northern Ireland, with traditional music favourites Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain, this is the hottest ticket in town, so book early!

They released an EP, Soft Animals on July 8, 2016.The EP includes “Drinkee”, “Matadora”, “Awoo”, Déjà Vu Affair, Moon Tattoo and “Hey Lion”.The title comes from a Mary Oliver poem (“You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves”). Their song “Drinkee” from the Soft Animals EP was nominated for a 2017 Grammy for Best Dance Recording.”Drinkee” is adapted from a poem written by the Brazilian poet, Chacal, sung sensually amidst cowbells, bongos, electric guitars and deep driving bass. Their song “Drinkee” is featured in The Incredible Jessica James. Their song “Johny” is featured in EA Sports’ FIFA 17,and was adapted from a poem by Brazilian poet Paulo Leminski. Their 2017 song, “Best Friend” was played during the iPhone X full commercial reveal at the Apple Event on September 12, 2017.It is also included in the soccer game FIFA 18, the second straight year that a song of theirs has been included on the soundtrack of FIFA.

orn and bred in New Orleans, R&B star August Alsina is eager to follow in the footsteps of the NOLA music legends that paved his way. After a set of personal setbacks and a series of YouTube covers that generated millions of views, Alsina signed with Def Jam Recordings in 2007. Proving to be a step in the right direction, he released his first album Testimony in 2014 debuting at number 2 on the Billboard 200. The album featured hit singles “I Luv This Shit”, featuring Trinidad James and “No Love”, featuring Nicki Minaj. The same year, he was named “Best New Artist” at the BET Awards. His 2015 sophomore album, This Thing Called Life also debuted in the top 20 and featured “Hip Hop”, which has become Alsina’s most successful single to date. New Jersey native Tone Stith is a rising 22- year-old R&B singer/songwriter/producer. Tone has been building a growing fan base online through his impressive single tracks and covers, including his cover of Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange” which has over 2.4M streams. Debut project Can We Talk is available now and received press love from ThisIsRnB, Rated R&B, You Know I Got Soul and more! Penned and produced “Liquor” and “Make Love” for Chris Brown’s #1 album Royalty

Quintessentially Viennese, the music comes straight from the heart as our dancers flamboyantly whirl with billowing gowns and distinctive elegance. The giddy romance and gilded ballrooms of old Vienna are brought to life by the music of the King of the Waltz and friends. From the gentle humour of Wine, Women and Song with its swirling flourish and brass fanfare, the sparkle of the polka and the toe-tapping, hand-clapping favourite Radetsky March to the evocative Blue Danube Waltz, it’s a much-loved classic, after classic, after classic….

It’s hard to think of another songwriting partnership as golden as that of Erasure. For 32 years, without a break or break-up, Andy Bell and Vince Clarke have mined a rich seam of creativity that has led to chart-conquering singles, a string of immaculate albums, a BRIT, an Ivor Novello Award and now World Be Gone, their seventeenth studio album. Celebrating their new album, they have announced a headline show at Olympia Theatre on 31st January 2018. Produced by the band themselves and recorded shortly after their 30th anniversary celebrations – during which they scored yet another UK Top 10 with their hits package Always. Since releasing their first single in 1985, Erasure have sold more than 25 million albums worldwide. Their 30th anniversary celebrations saw them deliver a Top 10 collection of singles, a 13-disc career-spanning box set and vinyl editions of their entire back catalogue. Since then, they’ve been busier than ever. In addition to recording World Be Gone, in 2016 Vince Clarke set up his own label, Very Records, releasing 2Square, his collaboration with Paul Hartnoll, and the Reed & Caroline debut, Buchla & Singing. Andy Bell continued to explore the character of Torsten through the critically acclaimed […]