Go meet Dublin game developers, croon along to Irish murder ballads, or chow down on Mexican food and beer for Cinco de Mayo. Our picks for the coming week.
Author Archives: Zoe Jellicoe
Zoë Jellicoe is co-founder of the Made It series. She tweets @geneva__diva
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Studio Ghibli, Hugh Cooney and More
Not to miss this week: the roving guitarist Ryley Walker at Whelan’s, multimedia comic-bard Hugh Cooney at the Shaw, a tribute to DJ Rashad at Wigwam, and much more.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Gorse, Need Abortion Ireland, Medium Wavelength, and More
Our suggestions for the week, one a day: a print journal launch, video and sculpture, Chicago house, abortion-support fundraiser, refugee fundraiser, nutrition, wellness, and a film.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Vice & Verses, Tax Justice Photo Exhibit, and More
Musicians and storytellers team up for Vice & Verses, a photo exhibit shows the faces of tax injustice, and more. Our picks for what to do this week, one a day.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: The Art of Typography, King Lear via Japan, and More
This week in Dublin: artists experiment with phototropism at the Library Project, Overhead, The Albatross play The Workman’s, and Precarity on film.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: OFFSET, Guts 5, Anti-Patriarchy Chaos Social, Willis Earl Beal and More
Our picks for the week, one a day: a film about a tone-deaf singer, Fiona Marron’s Proving Ground at ArtBox, and Willis Earl Beal at Sugar Club, and more.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Psychadelic Jazz, Post-Hardcore and the Death of Cúchulainn
Our picks for the week, one a day: from Drive-In at Vicar Street to “Court” at the IFI, from Sim Simma at Wigwam to “So Through the Singing Land He Passed” at the LAB.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Telephones, Jacobin Launch, Art as Statecraft, and More
Head to the Snakes on a Playground party in Dublin 8, argue about socialism and 1916 at Liberty Hall, or stroll over to the Chocolate Factory to hear three inventive Irish ensembles. Here’s what to do in the coming seven days.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Leeds Hardcore, The Witch, Archaeoastronomical Devices, and More
Our recommendations for things to do this week, one a day: an art installation, a book launch, a film, a discussion on consent and objectification in the digital age, and some great music.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Literary Salon, HomeBeat Presents, Some Mark Made, and More
Settle in for an evening of literary discussion, descend into a trance-like state through music, or try your hand at a table quiz in support of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre. All in our Dublin listings for the coming week.