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Gig Guide 29th April – 5th May

Written by on 29/04/2019

Aiken Promotion Present Stella Donnelly

Stella Donnelly is a Welsh-Australian musician born in Perth, Australia. Her endearing and relatable way of writing is her lens to the world in which we live, a glimpse into what it’s like to be a millennial woman in the age of Trump, Tinder and third wave feminism.


29th April
8:00pm, The Grand Social  

Aiken Promotions Presents - Josh Rouse & Grant Lee Phillips

josh rouse and grant lee phillips

Touring together for the first time, the acclaimed singer/songwriters ‘Josh Rouse And Grant-Lee Phillips’  are touring in support of their newest albums, Rouse’s Love in the Modern Age and Phillips’ Widdershins.

Tuesday 30th April
8pm, Whelans

Ceili for Charity


Learn Irish Dancing!

Learn Irish Dancing!! Let the MC take you by the hand and lead you through some lively Irish and Scottish Ceili dances. No dancing experience is necessary so come along, let your hair down and dance the night away! ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE CAPUCHIN DAY CENTRE FOR THE HOMELESS!

1st May
8:00pm, The Workman’s Club

Sticky Fingers

sticky fingers

The love child of a fling between Manchester Rock and Kingston Dub and raised on Rock and Roll, luring listeners with a salivating caress of the soul. Australia’s Sticky Fingers will unleashed their fourth LP, Yours To Keep, on February 08. See them in the Academy as part of their sold out world tour.

1st  May
7:00pm, the Academy
€21 (sold out)

Ruby Wax, The Monk And The Neuroscientist


How to be Human is the show you need to help you upgrade your mind as much as you’ve upgraded your iPhone. It  is the follow up to Ruby’s sell out shows ‘Sane New World’ and ‘Frazzled’.

Join this very special event with Ruby Wax, The Monk and The Neuroscientist.

2nd  May
8:00pm, National Concert Hall 

Darren Becket Trio F/George Colligan

Darren Becket Trio F/George Colligan

Darren Becket and George Colligan are reunited after long years of playing with an extensive lists of artists, playing in Arthurs Pub. The jazz drummer and Pianist duo are joined by bassist David Redmond on the night of the 2nd of May.


2nd May
9:00pm, Arthurs Pub

Black Honey

Black Honey at The Grand Social.

Coming off the back of their critically acclaimed debut album, Black Honey are eager to get back out and invite people into their weird and wonderful world. Lead by Izzy B Phillips with her lovable but villainous, Milky-Bar-kid-meets-Debbie Harry persona the band have built up an incredible demand for their live shows, upping the ante with each tour. They will be performing tracks from their album which is a collage of chaos, shot straight at the heart – honest, inspiring and deeply infectious.


2nd May
7.30pm, The Grand Social


Felonies - Whelans

Formed in 2015, Wicklow-based alt-punks Felonies have striven to define themselves as one of Ireland’s most exciting live acts. Taking inspiration from the reemergence of distorted garage rock and post-punk, the band combines raw lyricism, harsh musicality and melodic hooks to carve their unique sound.

They are not an act to be missed out on.

2nd May
8:00pm, Whelans
Tickets – €10 

Scoil Mhuire

My Favourite Things

The pupils of Scoil Mhuire, Sandymount are performing a selection of classical and modern dance styles at the Tallaght Civic Theatre.

Pupils past and present will be performing experts from the Greatest Showman, Aladin and more.


5th May
7:00pm, Tallaght Civic Theatre 
€18 Adult  / €12 Under 16’s

Definitely Oasis

Definitely Oasis-Oasis Tribute

Touring with their sell-out show, the world’s best Oasis Tribute band are playing at the Button Factory on the 4th May.

Having started playing small pubs to touring the world with their act, the band promises a fantastic night.


4th May
7.30pm, The Button Factory

Women of Wit

women of wit

Women’s Wit –   A  showcase of women’s wit and humour. Expect comedy, spoken word, fun, music and one or two serious bits.

4th May
7:30pm,  Bewley’s Cafe

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