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Things to do in Dublin – 8th – 14th Oct

I’m sure you’re asking ‘is he really still banging on about the theatre festival’ and the answer is YES! Another busy week, and the last of the theatre festival, you’ll miss it when it’s gone!

MusicFushitsusha play the Village on Tuesday, with “Ronan O’Snodaigh: A Perspective” at Whelans. Echo Lake are at the Workmans club on Wednesday. Doom is at the Button Factory on Thursday, and the semi final of the young musician of the year competition is at Freemason hall (great venue!).  There’s also a night of spanish guitar at the Instituto Cervantes. Friday has Jools Holland and his orchestra at the Bord Gais Theatre (Do we really have to call it that?). Saturday as the finals of the young musician, again in Freemason hall. Shonen Knife play Whelans on Saturday also. Dickie Rock play the Olympia on Sunday (go on, you know you want to!). There’s also something called the Tibetan Gong and Bowls bath that sounds… interesting!

Movies – The IFI’s Lenny Abrahamason season continues, along with a season of movies by Les Films du Losange. The Lighthouse continue their Hitchcock season with Notorious.

Theatre – The Theatre Festival is winding to it’s end, so it’s last chance saloon if you haven’t seen any so far. Anu’s The Boys of Foley Street is nothing less than fantastic. Conversations on a homecoming seems to be the best of Druid Murphy, but Whistle in the Wind is also worth seeing. Of the new additions this week, Mystery Magnet and The Coming Storm look like the could be good. Silent is at the Ballymun Axis which we will be reviewing later in the week.

Art – IMMA at Earlsfort Terrace has a show of Alice Maher‘s work called Becoming. There’s also a number of lectures associated with this that are worth checking out. Clare Carpenters exhibition starts is at the Cross Gallery. Otherwise, Similar enough to last week with the Keith Wilson show at the Oliver Sears gallery, and RHA’s new exhibition of bright young things ‘Future’s 12′. It’s your last chance to see Callum Innes at the Kerlin.

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