In the first edition of their stout and oyster festival, Urban Brewing will be pairing Dooncastle Oysters with three different dressings and washing them down with their own stout or O’Hara’s. No reservations required, visit their Instagram for more information.
In association with Dublin Climate Action Week 2021, IFI have made the 2020 documentary The Magnitude of All Things available to rent for €3.99. Directed by Jennifer Abbott, the film explores the concept of environmental grief, drawing parallels between Abbott’s own personal loss and the climate breakdown
.To rent hit the link here.
A theatre performance by Lauren Shannon Jones and Eoghan Carrick explores the twin human obsessions of intimacy and autonomy through a depiction of a dead woman. Tickets are priced at €16/€14, for more information hit the link.
Dublin artists Ronan Dillon and Stephen Burke have created a joint exhibition centring around themes of freedom, human and animal vandalism, and speed. This exhibition preview is part of Culture Night and complimentary drinks will be provided by exhibition programme partner Jameson for visitors. This event has sold out but for more information visit the event page.
ÍOVA present their second annual photography exhibition on Culture Night. The exhibition looks at artistic and cultural perceptions of living in Ireland, a hundred years from independence. For more information visit the ÍOVA Instagram account.
Using the data collected from noise sensors placed around Dublin City, Stephen Roddy reflects on the impact of Covid in the city streets. The audiovisual piece will be available online through the Culture Night website.
The city’s burgeoning art collective First Day Gallery will be curating a pop-up art gallery in the Guinness Storehouse in conjunction with Culture Night. The multidisciplinary work of Ciana Fitzgerald, Michelle Malone, Matthew Stickland, Farouk Alao, Seán Whelan Dempsey, Niall KJ Cullen, etc. will be shown at the event. Opening night is on September 17 at 7pm in the Guinness Storehouse, viewings will continue until September 23, for more information and to book tours of the Guinness Storehouse click here.
Chef Holly Dalton will be hosting a bacon and cabbage dumpling making workshop. Attendees will learn how to hand-fold and correctly cook dumplings in this three-hour workshop. Tickets are priced at €55.00 for more information click here.
See Landless, Lemoncello, Maija Sofia, Rachael Lavelle perform at a mini-festival in Kilkenny’s Amphitheatre. Shows are BYOB, with attendees encouraged to use free cameras & 35mm b&w film supplied, to document their experiences throughout the festival. Click here for ticketing information.
Kitt’s first live performances since January 2020, sees him playing a selection of songs from his retrospective album 20 and new songs from his forthcoming album on All City Records in the Sugar Club. Tickets are priced at €20 and are available here.
Fehdah brings her genre-defying songwriting to the Project Arts Centre as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival schedule. Tickets are priced at €16/€14 for more information hit the link.
Rounding off the Summer will be Mother’s end-of-summer block party which celebrates the best in LGBTQ+ and Irish talent. Hosted by the Queen of Ireland Panti Bliss with performances from Denise Chaila, Elaine Mai with special guests MayKay & Ailbhe Reddy, the Mother DJs, Blu Hydrangea and more. Tickets are priced at €45 for more info click here.
Dublin City Council has launched a new book market. Second-hand books will be for sale alongside self-published books and titles from small, independent publishers. Antiques, records, vintage and upcycled clothing will also be on sale too.
The final day of Fatti Burke’s exhibition in Hen’s Teeth has come. Described as a “love letter to the Irish pub” the illustrator has reimagined a corner of Hen’s Teeth and created The Snug. Catch it until Hen’s Teeth close their doors on Sunday, for more information click here.