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Lewis Capaldi is a Scottish singer-songwriter who first started creating buzz at the start of this year with the release of his debut single, Bruises. He then sold-out legendary Glasgow club King Tut’s before even dropping his second single, Lost on You, this summer.

After taking to the road over 22 years ago and touring all over the world, the phenomenon returns with its latest brand new incarnation, ‘Voodoo‘. The spectacular features an amazing amalgamation of bizarre & fantastic circus acts all woven into a sensational shock/horror story and the darkest of magic – taking the show to a whole new level, it’s driven by a mainly original soundscape & performed with a forked tongue firmly in each cheek, you’ll certainly Die Laughing. Age restriction: not recommended for under 16s.

Alien Ant Farm is an American rock band that formed in Riverside, California, United States, in 1996. Their name comes from an idea original guitarist Terry Corso had about aliens and the Earth: “it was just my daydream about our planet being seeded by entities from other dimensions.They have released five studio albums, and have sold over 5 million units worldwide. The band is best known for their Michael Jackson cover “Smooth Criminal.

Smock Alley Theatre, Wednesday 14th February – Saturday 3rd March 2018 We believe that Art is supposed to REACH its audience. We believe that it is the prerogative of the work to sometimes not work. We also believe that the AUDIENCE should be instrumental to the development of ART. Is is for that reason that Scene + Heard was born. A festival of New Work across Music, Theatre, Comedy, Dance and Spoken Word genres. We asked the ARTIST to bring their most original, thought provoking, funny and heart wrenching ideas to our stages to inspire our AUDIENCES and to encourage them to give HONEST feedback on the work in development that they see.

During these discussions participants are invited to join Gallery curators and guest speakers in an exploration of the Gallery’s collection and temporary exhibitions, followed by tea or coffee with the speaker to allow for further discussion.

With our hearts heavy following Wild Beasts’ recently announced split, Domino is nonetheless proud to announce the release of the ‘Punk Drunk And Trembling’ EP. An uncovered gem from the band’s  Boy King recording sessions, its eponymous lead track is available digitally now – listen HERE.  The EP also features the tracks ‘Maze’ and ‘Last Night All My Dreams’, previously only available on the deluxe vinyl version of ‘Boy King’.

Multi-instrumentalist, composer, songwriter, storyteller and actor Finbar Furey has announced a brand new Irish tour, that will see the iconic musician visit Belfast, Dublin, Wexford, Galway, Killarney, Limerick, Castlebar and Cork, with tickets going on sale on Friday 24th November at 9am. The Irish folk legend, who has left his mark on the music of Ireland for more than four decades as the lead singer and uilleann pipes player for the Fureys, has always been at the forefront of musical change. His long career has also included film & TV appearances, including a singing role in the 2002 Martin Scorsese film ‘Gangs of New York’ as well as the award-winning 2016 film ‘The Wild Goose Lodge’, for which he wrote and played the music. After thirty years touring the world with his brothers, introducing new audiences to the band’s music, Finbar embarked on a solo career to pursue a new life as a singer, writer and producer. To coincide with his tour, Finbar’s latest album ‘Paddy Dear‘, which topped the Irish Charts in 2017, will be re-released in Ireland and the UK with new songs, and a bonus Live DVD of Finbar performing at Vicar Street Dublin. This new CD/DVD release newly […]

A new event from gradireland providing answers to all your career questions. Find your future career path at gradireland Live! CV clinic | Skills workshops | Career advice | Jobs | Internships | Further study | Upskilling Learn about the career paths out there for you. Are you thinking about your future? Speak to careers advisors, employers, course providers and recent graduates to cut through the jargon and discover what it takes to build a successful career. In every sector, from tax to teaching, media to management and beyond, gradireland Live takes you through what you’d actually do working in that career area; where that career can take you; what skills you need to be successful; and ultimately how to build your career in each sector. Choosing your next step when it comes to committing to postgraduate study or investing in upskilling requires answers to many questions. Take this unique opportunity to speak to both course providers and employers to explore how further study can fast-track your career

Alien Ant Farm is an American rock band that formed in Riverside, California, United States, in 1996. Their name comes from an idea original guitarist Terry Corso had about aliens and the Earth: “it was just my daydream about our planet being seeded by entities from other dimensions.They have released five studio albums, and have sold over 5 million units worldwide. The band is best known for their Michael Jackson cover “Smooth Criminal.

AfroBeats superstar Davido has gained a huge social media following and has amassed a strong fanbase within the Nigerian and world music scene. Make sure you come see the star in action and experience the vibes for yourself.

An evening with Chris Hadfield will open your eyes to dream the impossible.  Together with Featuring rarely seen videos from Chris Hadfield’s personal collection, you’ll be mesmerized by the beauty of our planet as seen from a bird’s eye.  Don’t miss this highly educational and inspirational presentation from an international icon who is simply, “out of this world”.  And yes, Chris Hadfield will sing David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” and more! During his five month stay on the International Space Station, Hadfield became something of an extra-planetary media star.  He not only tweeted photos, he tweeted Queen Elizabeth, William Shatner, talked to school children, strummed his guitar and provided demonstration videos about daily life on the gravity free station. On his last day on the ISS, he posted a farewell music video online – a reworking of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity”.  It exploded and went viral, garnering millions of views in its first hours alone.

The 9th Festival of Russian Culture will run from the 11th to the 21st of February 2018 in various locations throughout the city of Dublin. The festival has become a traditional feature of vibrant Dublin cultural life. Concerts, literary talks and readings, children’s art competition, music master class, children’s activities, lively performances, lectures and talks are just some of the events taking place during the festival in venues across the city. The festival will commence with Family Day on Sunday the 11th in the National Show Centre, Swords. Dancers, singers, spoon players, choirs along with the guest performers from Moscow will present an unforgettable show. Food and crafts markets, traditional pancakes, children’s entertainment and much more will give an opportunity to experience all things Russian. The Festival of Russian Culture is organised by the Russian community in Ireland and is supported by Dublin City Council, the Russian Embassy, Moscow City and St. Petersburg City Government, Moscow Department of Culture, National Gallery of Ireland, Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies in Trinity College, Civic Theatre Tallaght.