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Weekend Guide [ 21 // 22 // 23 ]
Pallas Projects/Studios — 19:00
Ways to Love Me is an interdisciplinary performance piece exploring the legacy of emotional colonialism on contemporary love relationships and intimate power dynamics by Maia Nunes.
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Lost Lane — 23:00
An eclectic new Friday night party “for spacers and star-chasers”.
DJ Nialler9 and friends play electronic, disco and 80’s music. This week he invites Ciara Brady.
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Hang Dai — 23:00
“We came across this guys Instagram a while ago and were always in awe of the records being posted on it, the man himself has built up an amazing collection of world music…”
Playing out regularly around Amsterdam and working in Rush Hour records, catch Bonnefooi with the Bubblegum crew this weekend.
Lucky's — 21:00
“Lots of digging has been done for this one, so expect lots of vibes.”
Watermelon residents Jamal Sul, Liam Maher and Jordan Ralph on for the night.
The Workman's Club — 19:00
Up Next is a short documentary produced and directed by Bobby Zithelo about the current growth of the rap culture in Ireland. The documentary features some of Ireland’s up and coming artists, such as Why-Axis, Nealo, Flynn Johnson, Nonzus Magnus and many more, with music by Hazey Haze & GavinDaVinci and unreleased music from Why-Axis.
On Saturday Soul Doubt, in association with Red Bull Ireland and District Magazine, will host a premiere screening with a panel discussion, DJ sets and some surprises.
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Malahide Castle — 16:00
It will be three years since she last played Ireland at Electric Picnic 2016 and the ‘Summertime Sadness’ singer promises to deliver emotive performances of her cinematic sound in the unique and tranquil setting of Malahide Castle.
Jam Park — 14:00
Notions are kicking off early in Dublin’s newest venue, Jam Park, in Swords for a day into night party featuring good time merchant Kornél Kovács.
Science Gallery — All weekend
“Mathematical precision, quantum physics, Utopian worlds, body augmentation, bio-hacking, internet dating and Instagram filters, what is #PERFECTION?”
Science Gallery are launching thier newest exhibition which examines perfection through the lens of artists, musicians, mathematicians, architects, designers, psychologists and surgeons.
The launch is on Thursday and it runs until October 6. Click here for more.