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General News / January 23, 2020

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 24//25//26

General News / January 23, 2020

Dublin’s essential events this weekend 24//25//26

For those doing dry January the end is in sight and we have plenty of events to enjoy this weekend.

Every Thursday at District we’ll be curating a selection of unmissable events in Dublin ahead of the coming weekend. Whether you have an appetite for thumping techno or are craving some hip hop classics we have you covered.

If you have been detoxing and taking it easy this month then you’ll be well aware you are on the final stretch. We’ve got some great film screenings, theatre performances and if you still need some dance-inducing nights then we have you covered.

Beat the January blues and enjoy what the city has to offer this weekend.

Friday 24 January

B(l)oom – The New Theatre Dublin – 19.30


Some quality theatre to kick off your weekend!

Tasteinyourmouth present ‘B(l)oom’ the tale of two women and a city at its end. It is set in Powerscourt and GAA clubs and Donnybrook and on O’Connell bridge and in the place your mind goes to when you let it drift. It is all in your head.

Two women destroy Dublin. Dublin destroys two women. Welcome to the worst commute of your life.

Click here for more info.


The Holy Mountain // 4K Restoration – Lighthouse Cinema – 22.00

the holy mountain

“You are excrement. You can change yourself into gold.”

Lighthouse Cinema is bringing a 4K restoration of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s The Holy Mountan for a limited time this weekend.

In a corrupt, greed-fuelled world, a powerful alchemist leads a Christ-like character and seven materialistic figures to the Holy Mountain, where they hope to achieve enlightenment.

Click here for more info.

Souletiquette 20/20 Launch Party feat. DJ Sana Sesh – Yamamori Tengu – 23.00 – 03.00

DJ sana sesh

DJ Sana Sesh hails from the UK and will be joining Souletiquette for their 20/20 launch party.

Expect hip hop, afrobeats, bashment and more.

Support from
Abi Scorpio
King Leo
ILL Diam

Click here for more info.

All City presents Joe (Hessle Audio) – Yamamori Tengu – 23.00 – 03.00

Joe hessle audioAll City have a mega party in store this weekend. Kicking off with Hessle Auio affiliate Joe. He’s released on labels such as Four Tet’s imprint Hemloc and most recently the excellent Cómeme. Support on the night comes from Pear Co-Head Jio alongside Japanese selector Emmy.

Click here for more info.

Big Italo-Disco Party – The Bernard Shaw – 22.00 – 01.00

Italo disco bernard shaw

The Bernard Shaw is hosting its first Italo Disco party of the new decade.

Things kick off at 10 and it’s free entry, what more could you ask for!

Click here for more info.

Saturday 25 January

DJ Seinfeld – 39/40 – 23.00 – 03.00

dj seinfeld

DJ Seinfeld returns to Ireland after some incredible performances in the past – with standouts at Forbidden Fruit, Electric Picnic, Life Festival & his sold out shows in Dublin, Galway & Cork last year.

His high octane, rave fuelled DJ sets cover sweeping emotive cuts, verdant dancefloor workouts and discerning dips into jungle and breaks.

Click here for more info.

Speed Demons: Digital Indecency, Bunkerterror + More! – Wigwam – 23.00 – 03.00

Speed Demons

January 25 sees a rapid techno fuelled workout in Wigwam’s basement.

DJ Speed b2b DJ Frequency
Jish b2b Bunkerterror
Armed Response Unit

Click here for more info.

MadDog x icebear: Bodycam / tapedesk / Morbific Noxae – Vintage Room Workman’s –  19.30 – 23.00

The Workmans

The Vintage Room in The Workman’s Club is hosting a night of experimental sound this Saturday. It’s only €5 entry and sees the likes of Bodycam showcase their punk and noise influenced records. Tapedesk and Morbific Noxae will also be on hand to provide tunes on the night.

Click here for more info.

Sunday 26 January

Drive – The Sugar Club – 20.00 


The Sugar Club is hosting a screening of Oscar nominated ‘Drive’ this Sunday evening.

“A stuntman and getaway driver falls in love with Irene who is married to a criminal. In a bid to protect her from her husband and some gangsters, he decides to cross over to the other side of the law.”

Doors 20.00, movie begins at 20.45 and tickets include gourmet popcorn!

Click here for more info.