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Gig Guide: March 16th-22nd

Written by on 13/03/2020

Please check with each event whether they are going ahead.

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Monday


Prospa at 39/40 Dublin [Paddy’s Eve]

One of the fastest rising duos in the world today, Prospa comes to 39/40 Dublin to pump their signature blend of electronic breaks, euphoric pads and thick bass-lines this St. Paddy’s Eve.

16th March
11 pm
39/40 Arran Quay
€6-25

Info – eventbrite.ie




U:Mack Presents – Candice Gordon

The Berlin-based, Dublin-raised artist mines the darkest corners of folk, gothic, psychedelic, new wave and garage to craft a beautifully haunting and unique sound.

16th March
7.30 pm

The Grand Social
€11.25

Info – www.ticketweb.ie




Mother presents MATHAIR ft. PrYmary Colours / Paddys Eve

March 16th Mother presents PrYmary Colours live alongside SHREM & the Mother DJs.
Have you ever seen bubbles sparkling on a red hot bassline? PrYmary Colours are that sparkle- and are heating up stages all over the world.

16th March
11 pm

Lost Lane
€11-17

Info – www.eventbrite.ie





Tuesday


Human Error: St. Patrick’s Day – BYOB All Day Party

On St.Patrick’s Day, if you want to attend the extravagant BYOB Human Error Party, then be the Pallas Studios at approximately 2pm or earlier, due to limited capacity11th-16th February

17th March
2pm – 9pm
Pallas Studios
€11.50 – €17

Info –www.eventbrite.ie




St. Patricks Day: Nite Fleit at Button Factory

Button’s Factory are hosting these talented DJ’s for a special St.Patrick’s Day Special evening such as:

Nite Fleet (main event) [Steel City Dance Discs]
DJ SPEED [Digital Indecency]
James Begley

17th March
11 pm – 3 am
Button Factory
€13-€15

Info – www.eventbrite.ie




City at Play Funfair

Dare to be suspended upside down, turned over or whisked through the air. A firm festival favourite, the Funfairs will light up the city with colourful carnival fairgrounds. Whether you are young or young at heart come along!

17th March
Custom House Quay

Info –www.eventbrite.ie





Wednesday


Andy Irvine and Paul Brady Live

Due to their high public status and extreme popular Andy Irvine and Paul Brady will be touring all around Ireland in other locations such as Kilkenny, Belfast and Mayo but on the 18th of March their destination will be Dublin, Vicar Street. The show’s theme will be ‘celebration of classic album’ as The show features songs and tunes from the album and many other musical masterpieces that Andy and Paul have performed throughout their very acknowledged career.

18th March
Doors open at 7:30 pm
Vicar’s Street
€46.50




University of Dublin Choral Society: Bach Magnificat & Rutter Magnificat

David Leigh conducts these monumental works in the beautiful surroundings of Trinity’s Exam Hall, located in the historic Parliament Square of Trinity College, in the shadow of the iconic campanile.

18th March
7.30 pm
Public Theatre, Trinity College
€6-22

Info – eventbrite.ie




DirtBirds – No Filter
Comedy duo Sue & Sinead present their hilarious new show which takes a close look at the barrage of bullshit we are exposed to, and reminds us that depsite what we’re told there is NO SUCH THING AS PERFECT.  Call 0871129970 to book.

18th March
8 pm
Viking Theatre at the Sheds
€15

Info – entertainment.ie





Thursday


The Afters

When Jane Loftus found herself pregnant at the age of sixteen, her boyfriend Tommy McDaid skipped town and she never heard from him again. Now in her mid-forties, Jane has returned from London to the family farm to care for her elderly mother.

Read more about The Afters at the link below.

19th March
1 pm
Bewley’s Café Theatre
€8-12

Info – entertainment.ie




The Lonsdale Project

The Lonsdale Project is a new theatre show about the life and work of Kathleen Lonsdale – chemist, crystallographer, anti-war campaigner, writer, mother, and former inmate of Holloway Prison.

19th March
7.30 pm
Smock Alley Theatre
€10-12

Info – entertainment.ie




King Krule

King Krule will perform live at The Olympia Theatre on Thursday 19th March 2020. Tickets from €30 on sale from Friday 22nd November at 10am.

19th March
8 pm
Olympia Theatre
€30

Info – entertainment.ie





Friday


Peat and Diesel – Whelans
Aiken Promotions proudly presents Peat & Diesel live at Whelans (Upstairs), 20th March 2020. Tickets €13 on sale now!

The story began when three Stornoway Cove’s (Innes, Uilly and Boydie) met up in the house to have the craic on a Saturday night playing music with just the dog and the cat watching. What came next was five gallons of lyrics, verse after verse, song after song – Peat & Diesel was born!

20th March
7.30 pm
Whelans (Upstairs)
€13

Info – aikenpromotions.com




Tracy Gallagher ‘The Fallen’ EP Launch @ The Cobblestone

Full band show with special guests in The Cobblestone to mark the release of Tracy’s debut EP ‘The Fallen’.

20th March
8.30 pm
The Cobblestone
€8.50

Info – eventbrite.com





Techno & Cans X Speed Demons: Basement Wars @ Wigwam

Go to Wigwam on March 20th for Techno & Cans X Speed Demons.

Lineup:
Sam Greenwood b2b
Lee Um b2b
Will Boyle [Armed Response Unit] b2b
Louis McElveen [Armed Response Unit]
ALL NIGHT LONG…

20th March
11 pm
Wigwam
€6

Info – eventbrite.com





Saturday


Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah is travelling the globe and expanding his Loud & Clear Tour to 2020 and is coming back to Ireland to play the 3Arena on March 21st. This is his first show here since his sold out Vicar St. back in Jan 2014. Tickets are €50 – €70 and go on sale Friday, November 8th at 10:00am through all Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

21th March
11 pm
3 Arena
€50-70

Info – entertainment.ie




Malaki

Off the back of Malaki’s Debut EP ‘Butterly Boy’ and sold out Academy 2 show, Malaki returns with a 2020 headline show in Whelan’s, Dublin on Saturday March 21st.

21st March
7 pm
Whelans

€15

Info – entertainment.ie




Džordana Butkutė – DUBLIN
Doubtless, always sincere, but always inventive – that’s the kind of Džordana Butkutė. After a long break, the brightest
Lithuanian pop star returns to Dublin! Having blasted her fans with her most ambitious music projects in recent years –
Unburned on a Scrap, Neon Mouse Tails, and I – Queen, Džordana Butkutė is already strategizing for another stalking show.

21st March
7.30 pm
Button Factory
€44

Info – eventbrite.ie





Sunday


Everyone You Know

EYK are like Everyone You Know – if everyone you know has a keen ear for the vital sounds of post-millennial Britain, from The Streets to Arctic Monkeys and all hip hop points in between… and is able to mash those influences together by producing tracks in a bedroom and a garage… then top off those tracks with sharply observed lyrics and rhymes and bars about suburban heel-kicking and small-town raving… then manages to use all that to land a record deal within four weeks of putting their first tunes up on Soundcloud.

22nd March
8 pm
The Grand Social
€17

Info – mcd.ie




The Comedy Crunch – Richie Bree & Aidan Greene

Richie Bree & Aidan Greene perform stand up comedy at The Stags Head. Doors 8:15pm, show starts at 9pm FREE ENTRY & FREE ICE-CREAM!!

22nd March
Doors 8.15 pm
Stags Head
Free

Info – entertainment.ie




Amazing George Michael Tribute at Twenty Two

The Amazing George Michael Tribute returns to Dublin’s finest social club, Twenty Two South Anne street, for a night of 80s & 90s nostalgia.

22nd March
Doors 7 pm

Twenty Two Night Club
€17

Info – eventbrite.ie




Paranoid Visions

Paranoid Visions play an ALL AGES gig at The Alternative Sunday Social Club in the Wild Duck Temple Bar on March 22nd.

These afternoon gigs are always really great fun, and Paranoid Visions will be joined by the wonderful dangerous Dave and the Side Effects alongside the Dublin debut of Big Boy Foolish from Cork featuring members of Nun Attax and 5 Go Down to the Sea.

22nd March
4 pm
The Wild Duck

€10 (Conc. €8)

Info – facebook.com





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