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Dublin Bowie Festival

Datum
Jan 08 2020 - Jan 12 2020
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Various Venues, Dublin City, Dublin,

The annual Dublin Bowie Festival returns for its fifth edition on Wednesday 8th until Sunday 12th January 2020. Fans of the legendary singer are in for a treat with five day and nights of events celebrating 50 years of The Man Who Sold The World.

The annual Dublin Bowie Festival returns for its fifth edition on Wednesday 8th until Sunday 12th January 2020. Fans of the legendary singer are in for a treat with five day and nights of events celebrating 50 years of The Man Who Sold The World.

Wed 08 January
Silhouettes & Shadows, Rathfarnham Castle. 09:30 – 16:45. Free. Fine art portraiture & sculpture exhibition
David Bowie Made Me Gay - Daryll W Bullock - Bloody Marys, 7 Sth William St, D2. 18:00. Free. Q&A.
I Heart Bowie, Whelans. 20:00. Adm: €18.50 + booking fee
Silent Disco - Whelans (late) 23:30, Free

Thurs 09 January
Bowie Rare, Stephen's Green SC Gallery, 11:00 - 18:00. €5 on the door. (Thur-Sun)
Bowie on Vinyl - The Man Who Sold The World - The Big Romance, 98 Parnell St. 18:00, Free.
Culture Vultures - Boys & Girls Keep Swinging - David Bowie: Pioneer of Sexual Fluidity. The Workman's Club, 19:30, €12 + bk fee
Glasshouse: The Berlin Trilogy Re-Imagined. The Sugar Club. 8pm. €20 + bk fee.

Fri 10 January
Illustrated Bowie/Bowie in Dublin - The Space Between, 28 Fenian St, D2. Doors: Fri 09:00 - midday, 13:30 - 17:00, 19:30 - 21:00. Sat & Sun: 09:00 - 21:00, Free.
Illustration exhibition with US artist Todd Alcott and Dublin based graphic artist Cartoon Bowie
Cutting Up Bowie - Bowie: Burroughs Lecture - Dr Alex Sharpe (UK) - Bloody Marys, 7 Sth William St, D2. 18:30, Free. Keele University Prof of Law presents a lecture on Bowie’s use of Burroughs cut-up technique, combining academic style, music journalism and an audio-visual feast
The Birth Of Bowie - Phil Lancaster & The London Boys - The Sugar Club, 20:00, €16 + bk fee Q&A, live set hosted by Pat Carty (Hot Press)
Rebel Rebel: Sound & Vision 2020. The Academy. Doors: 19:00, €29 + bk fee.
Veda’s Labyrinth. The George Bar, 89 South Great Georges St, D2. 21:00
The Bowie Ball: Heroes From Mars - Whelan's (late show). 23:30, €10

Sat 11 January
Little People, Big Dreams & Heroes. Hodges Figgis, 56 Dawson St, D2. 11:00 - 13:00, Free. Meet author Isabel Sánchez Vegara
Art Rebel Rebels: David Bowie and the Pre-Raphaelites - Rathfarnham Castle, 14:00, Free.
Let All The Children Boogie. The Church, Mary Street, D1. 12:00 - 17:00, Free. Live music, kids disco, kids entertainment, face painting, art workshops, No Commitments Choir and Little People, Big Dreams author Isabel Sánchez Vegara
The Man Who Fell To Earth - The Lighthouse Cinema, 17:45.
Holy Holy - The Olympia Theatre, 19:00, €45 + bk fee
Holy Mother. Lost Lane, 1-2 Adam Court, Dublin 2. 23:00. Landmark LGBTQ club night hosts a Bowie special
Art Crime Inc perform 1. Outside - The Workmans Club (late show). 23:30, €10 + bk fee, €12 on the door

Sun 12 January
Labyrinth - Lighthouse Cinema. 13:00 & 16:00
Face to Face with the Men Who Sold The World - An audience with Tony Visconti & Woody Woodmansey - Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, St Stephen's Green, 15:00, €22 (incl bk fee)
After All - Festival Closing Party - Whelan's, 19:00, Free.