Thursday 19 May
Gursha at D-8TE
Roe & Co Distillery

Gursha joins Roe & Co for a limited two-week run. From Thursday 12 – Saturday 14 and Thursday 19 – Saturday 21, bringing their lauded Ethiopian cuisine to Dublin 8.

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Flood presents: OVID
Wigwam Basement
23.00-03.00

darkmavis, Little O, Ovid & DJ Selky head to Wigwam’s basement for a percussive workout.

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Friday 20 May
R3D's House Summer Jam
Yamamori Tengu
23.00-03.00

DJ R3D returns with his first of a series of Summer parties.

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Hysteria Stand Up Comedy - Fiona Frawley and Friends
20:00 – 23:00
Sin é
15 Ormond Quay Upper
D07 YK6A

Hysteria is back! This week is headlined by comedian and writer Fiona Frawley.

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Flikkers: The Flashback Ball
22:00-03:00
The Church
Mary Street
D01 YX64

This event is part of Flikkers – Come As You Were, the Age & Opportunity Bealtaine Festival.

This live performance and club event presented at the Basement, The Church in Mary’s Street will be a tribute to the 1970s and 80s Dublin dance scene, inviting older LGTBQIA+ people to a celebration with DJs and artists from that seminal Hirschfeld Centre era.

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Saturday 21 May
Tengu presents: Baliboc & Emby All Night Long
Yamamori Tengu
23:00 - 03:00

Club Comfort resident Baliboc on the decks & MC Emby in Tengu.

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Marina Esmeraldo: 'Souvenirs' talk
14.00
Hen's Teeth Studio, Block A, New Mill, Mill St, D08 NN5V
Dublin 8

SOUVENIRS is Marina Esmeraldo’s first art book, a limited edition artefact inspired by travel, belonging, and food. To celebrate the book launch and exhibition of its original drawings, join Marina for an honest talk about the entire process of making a small press publication

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Beach House
20.00
National Stadium

Following the release of Once Twice Melody, Beach House take their tour to the National Stadium.

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Féile Nasc Folk & Traditional Music Festival
13:00-22:00
Marlay Park

Dublin’s first outdoor folk and traditional music festival returns to Marlay Park this Saturday.

Featuring Ispíní na hÉireann, Strange Boy and more, click here for tickets.

Sunday 22 May
Katie Phelan [Live]
20.00
Workman's Cellar

Fresh from the release of her sophomore single Duvet Day, Katie Phelan headlines the Workman’s Cellar this Sunday.

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Light House Cinema Charity Screening: Happening
15:00
Light House Cinema
Smithfield

In response to the breaking news about #RoeVWade in the US, the Light House Cinema is hosting a screening with all proceeds donated to charities working to support women’s reproductive rights.

Happening shows the realities of those who are unable to make a free choice about their own reproductive health. Set in 1960s France,  Anne (Anamaria Vartolomei) is a bright young student with a promising future ahead of her. But when she falls pregnant, she sees the opportunity to finish her studies and escape the constraints of her social background disappearing.

With her final exams fast approaching and her pregnancy progressing, Anne resolves to act, even if she has to confront shame and pain, even if she must risk prison to do so.

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