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Green Shield Stamps, a million of them, and Ger Lawless has won them all. It’s Ballymun, it’s 1973 and she’s got 15 friends round for a stamp-sticking party. Over one night, the lives of 15 women collide in Deirdre Kinahan’s new version of Michel Tremblay’s fêted Quebecois comedy.

Showcasing the finest in traditional circus thrills and skills, Cirque Berserk! celebrates the 250th Anniversary of the invention of Circus by bringing this treasured form of live entertainment bang up-to-date in a jaw-dropping spectacular created especially for the theatre. Combining contemporary cirque-style artistry with adrenaline-fuelled stunt action, this astoundingly talented international troupe includes over thirty jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, drummers and daredevil stuntmen. Featuring the world’s most hair-raising circus act – the legendary motorcycle ‘Globe of Death’. Don’t miss it!

With the vast catalogue of material that the Stranglers have in their recorded arsenal, it is never easy to decide exactly which songs to bring together on record or perform live on tour but, in March 2018, the band will present their “Definitive” collection. The Definitive Tour is set to coincide with the planned re-release of their first seven albums (six studio and one live) originally issued on the UA and EMI/Liberty labels. As always, audiences can expect to be swept up high on the wave of the Stranglers’ powerful sound during what is always an exhilarating live experience; pounding rhythms, soaring melodies, quirky humour and thrillingly daring musicianship will come together again this March. One of the UK’s most exciting, credible and influential British groups, the Stranglers are riding high on the crest of a resurgent wave of popularity. They continue to thrive on the live circuit and their existing large and loyal fan base has swelled in recent years as new converts join the ranks. With record-breaking, sell-out shows and festival appearances throughout the UK and the rest of the world, public demand to hear and see the group has never been so high; true testament to their considerable musical […]

The largest Irish language festival in Ireland and around the world! Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish Language Week) is an international Irish language festival, which is the most popular celebration of our native language and culture in Ireland and many other countries each year. There was an excellent festival again this year, with almost millions of people taking part in hundreds of events around the world.

Tom Misch has just announced a show at The Workman’s Club, Dublin on Friday November 18th 2016. Following the sell-out success of his first headline live show in May of this year, 20 year old producer and singer-songwriter Tom Misch announces his debut UK and European headline tour this November. This will be many people’s first chance to see tracks from his prolific Beat Tape 2 translated into the live environment alongside previews of the more band based sound to be expected from his forthcoming live album.

The largest and most prestigious Kickboxing Tournament in the world today. It is a tournament run by an elected volunteer committee in support of The Irish Society of Protection of Children. All profits relating ot the event are donated to ISPCC annually. www.ispcc.ie. It is an offical WAKO World Cup and a founding member of the Kickboxing World Series.

Anton & Erin Sunday 11 March Join Anton & Erin as they celebrate the golden age of Hollywood. Featuring dazzling new choreography, sparkling costumes and a sensational show band performing timeless music Philippe Cassard, piano Thursday 15 March We celebrate 30 years of the Dublin International Piano Competition with a Debussy inspired recital by the first winner whose programme includes Grieg, Rameau, Liszt & more World Premiere of Neil Martin’s Sweeney Saturday 17 March The RTÉ CO presents Sweeney, a new song cycle based on Seamus Heaney’s Sweeney Astray, composed by Neil Martin, with singer Iarla O Lionáird & narrator Stephen Rea. Kilfenora Céilí Band & Guests Sunday 18 March Regarded by aficionados as the quintessential Irish céilí band, The Kilfenora Céilí Band together with singer Edel Vaughan and dancers to perform an uplifting, energetic and entertaining show Hibernian Orchestra Spring Concert Tuesday 20 March Join the Hibernian Orchestra for a rousing evening of music. From the tragic love affairs of fair Verona to boisterous Cornish May Day carnivals and the sultry rhythms of Spain RTÉCO Young Voices of Ireland Thursday 22 March A very special concert that will feature the RTÉ Cór na nÓg & opera stars of the […]

Hidden Agenda and Selective Memory present DJANGO DJANGO New album ‘Marble Skies’ to be released on January 26th “A fizzing, furious new wave and disco mash-up.” – NME “A giddy track fizzing with nervous energy.” – 4*, The Sun “The galloping guitars and harmonies recall their first album” – The Times

It’s some two years now since the likeable and talented Omagh born entertainer “ Dominic Kirwan” graced the theatre stages of Ireland in concert. In that time, Dominic, has been all over the world entertaining audiences to packed out venues. His return to the Irish theatre stages, sees Dominic present a show for all ages covering many of his much loved recordings and introducing tracks from his most recent successful country album “My Country Favourites.” With an excellent band and a powerful stage show this is a concert not to be missed.

American heavty-metalers Skid Row formed in 1986 and saw great commercial successful between the late ’80s and early ’90s with their first two albums, Skid Row (1989) and Slave to the Grind (1991). The band had sold 20 million albums worldwide by the end of 1996. Skid Row has seen numerous changes to its line-up over the years. In 2015, the band confirmed they had parted ways with frontman Johnny Solinger – who himself had replaced original frontman Sebastian Bach in 1999 – and announced that Tony Harnell (formerly of TNT) was their new vocalist. However, he left the band after just eight months. In 2017, ZP Theart was named the official lead singer after spending a year as a touring member of the group.

David McSavage is Ireland’s most divisive comedian – he’s funny too! A Terrible Want!, is inspired by Patrick Kavanagh’s poem On Raglan Road. In an all new show, McSavage (like Kavanagh) is looking to be spiritually aroused. Having previously been motivated by all parts of Irish society from, The Catholic Church, to politicians, to the Gardaí (pronounced nnnaaaGardaía), he now turns to one of Ireland’s finest writers to inspire his next live show. Don’t miss this chance to be awakened by David McSavage, with a level of honesty & caustic wit. Not suitable for poets, the clergy, politicians, bankers and economists. Is suitable for people that want a good night out.

The show is packed with crowd pleasing anthems. From Wham! classics of the ‘new pop’ revival to the chart topping success of the eighties album Faith. All the awesome tunes of the nineties & noughties including the irresistible Flawless. This is a spellbinding experience you don’t want to miss. You’ll be getting up (to get down) to all your favourite songs: Careless Whisper, Freedom, Faith, Father Figure, One More Try, Outside, Jesus To A Child, I Want Your Sex, Kissing A Fool, and many more. Relive the passion, the flare, and the unique sensitivity of George Michael in this incredible concert sensation. As the great man said: you gotta have faith… So book your tickets now! Fastlove – A Tribute to George Michael coming to The Olympia in March 2018