— Dublin Chamber (@DubCham) July 10, 2019
Illustration by Dublin Canvas
Previously: Liffey Cycle
The Abbey Tavern, Howth, County Dublin.
Uncanny Roger Taylor, in fairness.
On the off chance that you missed it as it thundered squeefully around the Internets this week, behold: the cutest cover of Bohemian Rhapsody ever recorded.
This is no time for losers.
Every week, we give away a voucher for Golden Discs worth TWENTY FIVE EUROS.
All we ask from you is a tune we can play an unspecified time next week.
This week’s theme: Queen.
To mark this week’s opening of the Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, what Queen song has you caressing your mike stand suggestively while going quietly Ga Ga.
To enter, please complete this sentence
‘While not massive Queen fan, I believe their greatest moment was__________________owing to its________________’
Lines MUST close at
6.35pm EXTENDED until MIDNIGHT!
No Bohemian Rhapsody, sorry.
Previously: Broadsheet Trailer Park: Bohemian Rhapsody
Gone 25 years ago today, one day after announcing he was HIV positive.
Tonight at 8pm.
Freddstival – a celebration of the life of Freddie Mercury.
At the Grand Social on Liffey Street Lower, Dublin 1.
From the Facebook blurb:
“Join us – Barbara McCarthy, Paddy Cullivan and a host of Irish performers, including Martin McCann, mezzo-soprano Heather Fogarty, a cappella choir The Skipping Stones and more – for an epic night of rock, opera, karaoke, enlightenment and laughter. 25 years gone, but never forgotten.”
Tickets are €12 and are available here
Money raised will go to AIDS charities.