So, the Dublin Theatre Festival is at an end, and we’re all a bit exhausted by it all. We need some time to recover, right? Well, sadly, it’s another busy week out on the streets of Dublin. There’s a lovely festival in Tallaght with the Red line Book Festival which we featured here.
So, you’ve survived the Dublin Theatre Festival but it hasn’t gone away altogether, with the Hanging Gardens and the Three Penny Opera continuing on. There’s also a few new shows on around town, so check them out below.
Laugh your Arts Off is on Oct 19th at the Project Arts Centre.
Max Kisman + David Rooney are on Oct 17th at 6.30 at Smock Alley.
Hairy Jaysus is at the Viking Theatre in Clontarf, until Oct 14th – 18th.
Save the last dance for me (15th to 26th Oct 2013) is at the Gaiety Theatre
Red Line Book Festival at the Civic Theatre
Feast your Eyes – Jamon Jaomon on Tuesday the 15th at 6.30 at the IFI
DOUBLE BILL: The Terminator / Streets of Fire [22:45, 19 October 2013] – at the Lighthouse
PREVIEW: PHILOMENA + SPECIAL GUESTS – Stephen Frears – at the IFI – post-screening Q&A with Steve Coogan – Friday 18 Oct 18:00
HAMLET (ENCORE)– Starring: Rory Kinnear, Ruth Negga, Directed by: Nicholas Hytner – 19:00, Tuesday 22 October
MGMT, God is an Astronaut and Lisa O’Neill are in town, so a few things worth a look. [Update: Ghostpoet has rescheduled to the 25th Oct]
Mon 14 Oct
Jamie Cullum – Olympia Theatre
Moderat (Modeselektor and Apparat)- Button Factory
Parquet Courts – Whelans
Tue 15 Oct
Duke Special – The Sugar Club
Sex Mob – The Workman’s Club
Seahorse – Whelans
Kate Nash – Whelans
Wed 16 Oct
Jessie J – The O2
Fossil Collective – The Academy 2
AlunaGeorge – The Academy
Star Slinger – The Button Factory
Lady Lamb – The Sugar Club
Franko Franko – The Workman’s Club
Otis Gibbs – Whelans
Johnny Flynn & the Sussex Wit – Whelans
Thu 17 Oct
Stewart Agnew – The Workman’s Club
Maud in Cahoots – Whelans
Shangaan Electro – The Sugar Club
Corner Boy – Whelans
Black Umfolosi – The Village
Fri 18 Oct
God Is an Astronaut – The Academy
Deptford Goth – The Unitarian Church
Lawson – The Olympia Theatre
Queensryche – The Button Factory
Red Queen Contest – The Academy 2
HEY – The Village
Punch Face Champions – The Mercantile
Cocaine Ponytail – The Sugar Club
Roisin O – Whelans
N.C. Lawlor – Whelans
Gesaffelstein – The Button Factory
Sat 19 Oct
Lisa O’Neill – Whelans
Keywest – Vicar Street
Rachel Austin – Whelans
MGMT – The Olympia Theatre
Forrests – The Button Factory
The Barley Mob – The Village
Tim O’Brien – Whelans
Sun 20 Oct
Leee John – The Button Factory
Edmar Castaneda – The Sugar Club
Rackhouse Pilfer – Whelan’s
The Weeks – The Academy 2
José Carreras – Bord Gais Energy Theatre
Red line Book Festival – @ the Civic Theatre Tallaght and Various others.
Michael Harding is in the Abbey on Oct 15th at 6pm, talking on Family Dynamics in relation to the Hanging Gardens.
Maths and Gaming with Keith Devlin – Monday, October 14, 2013 – 18:30 – Science Gallery
Refresh Symmetry, Scala & Software – Tuesday, October 15, 2013 – 18:30 – Science Gallery
Secret Castle of Magic at Bram Stokers Castle Dracula – 14th October 2013 – Castle Dracula, Clontarf Road.
IMMA – Leonora Carrington: The Celtic Surrealist – until 26th Jan (Image Above)
— Eileen Gray – IMMA Kilmainham – until Jan 19th
RHA Gallery – Tony O’Malley , Also, Marlene McCarty: Hard-Keepers, Joanna Kidney: Dig, undig, redig etc.
Douglas Hyde – Gallery 1 – Francis Upritchard Mandrake, Gallery 2 – Ema – Votive plaques from Japan – Until 6th Nov
Masterpieces of the Collection and Shades of Grey are at the National Gallery until September.
Chester Beatty (next exhibition on Oct 11th)
A bunch of new shows in the Private Galleries around Dublin.
RHA Ashford Gallery – Bennie Reilly – Rara Avis – until October 27, 2013
Peppercanister Gallery – Neil Shawcross– until 26th Oct
Kerlin. – Sam Keogh – until 9th Nov
Oliver Sears – John Kelly – opensl the 17th Oct
Kevin Kavanagh Gallery –Vanessa Donoso Lopez – until 26th Oct
Cross Gallery – shelter belt – Michael Wann – From Oct 3rd to Until 2nd Nov