On April 21, a year to the day since Prince’s death.
A night of Purple-hued goodness at the Grand Social, Lower Liffey Street, Dublin 1. Tickets at link below.
Peter Murphy writes
The night will feature a 2 hour live set by 11 piece band HOUSEQUAKE! DJs Kelly Anne Byrne & Nialler 9! Big screen showing of Prince live in concert! Panel Discussion! & lots of visual treats…
‘Tom’ outside An Stad café, Wesleyan Street, Rathmullan, Co Donegal.
A Princely lunch… Serving Alphabet Soup (*Street) and Cream… with Raspberry Tart (*Beret)…
Free Friday week?
Gavin Feiritear writes:
Hollywood Babylon [Midnight movie club] and Light House Cinema [Market Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7] are paying tribute to Prince by screening Purple Rain (1984) on Friday May 6 and donating all proceeds to the Musical Youth Foundation, who work to provide every child in Ireland with access to a musical education
Screening kicks off at 10:30pm but come join us in Light House Cinema bar for a drink beforehand – OH and feel free to look FABULOUS! It is what Prince would’ve wanted…
The King Puck statue in Killorglin, Co. Kerry.
Previously: Purple Sunset
The Independent reports:
The singer Prince has died at his recording studio, age 57.
Entertainment website TMZ said his body was discovered at his compound in Chanhassen, Minnesota this morning. A spokesperson confirmed his death to The Independent. “The news is devastatingly true,” they said.
Tributes flood in for Prince who has passed away aged 57 Carver County Chief Deputy Jason Kamerud told Fox 9 that they responded to a medical call at 9.43 am. The cause of death is not yet clear.