Go see how photographer Pieter Hugo explores identity in parts of post-colonial Africa, bring your own beer to Repeater’s Saturday party, and more.
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Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Photography, Sleep Thieves, Neon Demon, and More
What’s on this week? Here are our picks: photography from Spain and Ireland, artworks from NCAD, a new film from the director of “Drive”, and music at Tengu.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Stinging Fly, Walking Dead, Block Party, and More
What’s on this week? Here are our suggestions, one a day, from a literary magazine launch to art openings, a block party to a Netrunner night.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Hissen, Rally for Choice Fundraiser, and More
Check out the launch of singer Roslyn Steer’s new album, decorate banners ahead of Belfast’s Rally for Choice and more. Here’s what to do in the week ahead.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: No Monster Club, Ryou-Un Maru, and More
Check out artist Juha Arvid Helminen’s dark meditations on power and uniform, swing by the Light House Cinema for cult classic Society, and other events.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Fuzzy Hell, Fried Plantain Collective, Dorothy Smith and More
What’s on this week? Mudhoney’s playing at Whelan’s, Fried Plantain Collective’s putting on a night of Black female performance at Beerhouse, there’s a gender-and-sexuality conference at Trinity, and more.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Loungey Vibes, Illustration, Garage Punk and More
What’s on this week? Art at MART Gallery Rathmines, Carl Craig at Opium Rooms, illustration at Filmbase, an all-ages daytime gig hosted by the Bohs, and more.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Junior Magazine, Economics of Sex, and Our 1st Birthday
Check out the rich romantic music of cellist and composer Julia Kent, admire the collages of artist James O’Connor, and stop by our birthday party. All in the coming days.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Turkmen Clothing, Irish Literature Festival, B-Boy Jam, and More
This week, see Samiyam at the Shaw, watch Tarkovsky’s film “Mirror” at the IFI, follow Stano’s “story trail” around the city, and more. Our recommendations on what to do in Dublin, one a day.
Zoë’s Dublin Diary: Subaquatic Drift, Tarkovsky, Hen’s Teeth, Ciaran Lavery and More
Start the week with music from scrap noise subaquatic drift merchants Luxury Mollusc, catch Homebeat’s launch of Ciaran Lavery’s new album, see Savitsky’s classic film “Andrei Rublev”, and more. Our suggestions for what to do this week.