Liffey Valley Complex, Dublin, IE, 22

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    »Dara O'briain

    October 23, 2014 8:30 PM

    Irish funny man Dara O Briain has been creating newsworthy comedy for over a decade. The host of the current events satire Mock the Week, O Braian was also the host of The Panel, a talk show featuring a rotating panel of comedians discussing the week's events. He has also been featured on several BBC series including Three Men on a Boat and the show's sequels, Three Men in Another Boat and Three Men in More Than One Boat.

    58-59 Thomas Street
    Dublin, 8

    »Battle Of The Axe

    October 23, 2014

    The intimate Ha'penny Bridge Inn presents two different comedy nights in its upstairs venue on weeknights. Tuesday evening plays host to an open-mic evening that can either be awe-inspiring or cringe-inducing, while Thursdays are given over to improvisational comedy that relies on audience participation.

    42 Wellington Quay
    Dublin, 2

    »The Staves

    October 23, 2014 8:00 PM

    There's something to be said for musicians who build their songs around the perfectly blended interplay of voices rather than spending too much time worrying about the backing instrumentation supporting it. Such is the case with UK project The Staves, a trio of sisters who create timeless-sounding folk songs that rely on little more than rich melodies and quietly effective harmonization. The London-based group will often bring its sparse arrangements to life via the simple inclusion of a lightly strummed acoustic guitar or ukulele. This attention to vocal elements of folk music has earned the trio comparisons to legendary performers such as Gillian Welch and Emmylou Harris.

    25 Wexford St
    Dublin, 2

    »Lunice

    October 23, 2014 10:30 PM

    54 Middle Abbey Street
    Dublin, 1

    »Eagulls

    October 23, 2014 7:30 PM

    Eagulls is a punk band from Leeds, England that has built a name for itself with fast, short, sharp and powerful songs.With a sound that blends pop urgency, fuzzy hooks and surly vocals, Eagulls has managed to distinguish itself apart from the myriad of other punk groups on the sprawling English music scene. The group released its debut album in 2014 and the LP managed to perfectly encapsulate the powerful and raw experience of an Eagulls live show.

    57 Middle Abbey Street
    Dublin, 1

    »Black Stone Cherry

    October 23, 2014 7:00 PM

    Black Stone Cherry is a rock band from Edmonton, KY that was formed in 2001 by lead vocalist/guitarist Chris Robertson, lead guitarist Bed Wells, bassist John Lawhon and drummer John Fred Young. Young connected the band with the same practice space used by his father's band, the Kentucky Headhunters, known as the Practice House where Black Stone Cherry began to record its hard rock/metal music. When the band returned to Edmonton, approximately 1500 people showed up to its homecoming show at the local junior high, sparking interest in the band's up coming release. The band released its self-titled debut album in 2006 and embarked on a tour of Europe soon after. In 2009, the band released its second studio album, Folklore and Superstition, before joining Nickelback on tour its Dark Horse tour. Black Stone Cherry released its third album, Between the Devil and the Deep blue Sea, in 2011.

    57 Middle Abbey Street
    Dublin, 1

    »Terracotta Warriors

    October 23, 2014 6:00 PM

    O'Connell Street
    Dublin, 1

    »Brendan Behan's Borstal Boy

    October 23, 2014 7:30 PM

    46 South King Street
    Dublin, 2

    »Book Of Kells & Old Library Exhibition

    October 23, 2014 11:59 PM

    College Green
    Dublin, 2

    »Todd Barry

    October 23, 2014 8:00 PM

    Todd Barry is an American comedian who has managed to parlay his skills and experience as a stand-up comedian into a career that enables Barry to wok behind the scenes on various projects like television shows, feature films and animated shorts. Born and raised in New York City, Barry appeared on the a televised stand up comedy special "Comedy Central Presents" and shortly thereafter was able to use the negligible trances of fame he received from the show to win auditions and appear in a number of tv shows and movies. Though Barry continues to act, he maintains a busy stand up schedule, where he's in true form in front of an audience, regaling crowds with anecdotes and stories about the hilarious inanities of life.

    8 Lower Leeson Street
    Dublin, 2

    »Ór - Ireland's Gold

    October 23, 2014 2:00 PM

    The permanent exhibition "Ór - Ireland's Gold" at the National Museum features gold ornaments from between 2200 BC to 500 BC. It is one of the biggest gold collections in Western Europe.

    Kildare Street
    Dublin, 2

    »Madama Butterfly

    October 23, 2014 7:00 PM

    Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly debuted in Milan in 1904 to lukewarm reception, however it has since become one of the most renowned operas of all-time. U.S. naval officer B.F. Pinkerton secures a Japanese bride, Cio-Cio San, during his tour in Nagasaki. Pinkerton regards his newly acquired geisha and home merely as pieces of a romantic chapter in his roaming, adventurous youth. Cio-Cio San, or Madama Butterfly, believes unwaveringly that she has found a husband for life, renouncing her Buddhist faith, angering her family, and devoting herself to a new life with her American husband. Time passes, and three years later Cio-Cio San is alone in their home, longingly waiting for Pinkerton's return. Despite advice to the contrary, she prepares to bear his child, confident that he is faithful to her. After their son's birth, Pinkerton finally does arrive, however, he brings along with him his newly-wed American bride. The devastated Cio-Cio San, unable to bear the news, takes her own life, preferring death to a life of shame.

    Collins Avenue
    Dublin, 9
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