Emily O’Callaghan writes:
Did you know? Going to see live stand up comedy
doesn’t have to mean sitting through the same style of jokes delivered by someone who is shouting while they sweat on you?
There is a place that you can go where you can hear diverse, intellectual and hilarious people entertain you with their fresh, well crafted humour.
It’s called Gold. Comedy Gold. This Friday we are collaborating with RTÉ to bring you some of the best new voices on the scene.
The link for the last few tickets is below. Snap them up and join us in Collins Barracks [Dublin 7] this Friday for Culture Night for
a live recording of some great acts from Comedy Gold!
One of our shows is already sold out but there are
a few tickets left for the 6.30 pm slot.
Comedy Gold at Collins Barracks
Could you use a chuckle?
With a spot of cheddar?
At Meltdown [a cheese-based
communal pop-up café] on Friday at 7.30pm
Our Emily writes:
Warm room, top comics, lovely evening. Cheese and wine available too…
Earlier: Comedy Central
The new Stella cinema, Rathmines, Dublin 6.
Name that font, anyone?
Thanks Jim O’Callaghan
Rathmines, Dublin 6.
Jim O’Callaghan writes:
A peep at the New Stella [cinema]…
Classic kitsch signage replaced by garish retro art deco?
Stellar future for landmark Dublin cinema as revamped Stella returns (Jennifer O’Brien, The Times Ireland edition)
Asana will host a discussion on the Eighth Amendment at their HQ in 25, Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2.
Panellists will include:
Brid Smith, TD: People Before Profit Alliance
Ana Cosgrave: Founder of Repeal.ie
Dr. Marion Dyer: Representative from Doctors for Choice
Asana presents: Tech and the Eighth (EventBrite)
Mongoose is “a musical melty-pot, comprising the combined vocal chords, instrument-playing and song-crafting abilities of four irish women”.
Above is their fine
Bulletproof/ Survivor cover mash-up.
Mongoose are playing the Workman’s, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2 TONIGHT Tuesday, for the
Mine Anthology Repeal the Eighth event.
You’ll want to rent a tiny bedsit in the area.
‘Our’ Emily writes:
Above is a flyer for our debut comedy night in The new
Bowery venue 196 Lower Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin 6….Acts include John Colleary, Ruth O’Kelly Hunter, Pauline Shanhan and James Moran. It’s in collaboration with Abner Browns. Free in .. We are testing it out! . tonight
The Bowery Rathmines (Facebook)
Fade Street, Dublin 2 reflected in a pool of rainwater.
Thanks Jim O’Callaghan