Festivals

Science week loves Eno

It must be the hardest job of marketing experts the world over to make Science seem cool, but I guess that’s the aim of Science Week, which has a series of lectures and other junk. One of the lectures ‘Did man really land on the moon? sounds like one for all x-files fans out there!

One thing of real interest for me anyway, is the performance of Brian Eno’s Apollo: Atmospheres and soundtracks by Icebreaker and BJ Cole on November 9th at the National Concert Hall, with visuals from the moon landing (which didn’t happen). Tickets from 25 euro.

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