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  1. Zandra, Queen of Jazz

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Born in Phibsborough, Dublin in 1903, Zandra Mitchell was Ireland’s first female saxophonist. While the twenties roared she found her way through Europe to Berlin. The dictators rose; the books burned;... Read more

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  2. Laurie Anderson: Radio Play

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Laurie Anderson's Radio Play is a mix of songs, stories, sound effects and electronics that combines the power of poetic language, music and visualization. Read more

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  3. Laurie Anderson: Here Comes the Ocean

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Laurie Anderson's Here Comes the Ocean is an evening of improvisation against the backdrop of the drones, a guitar feedback work by Lou Reed performed by his collaborator Stewart Hurwood. Read more

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  4. Damon Albarn - The Nearer The Fountain, More Pure The Stream Flows

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Damon Albarn (Blur, Gorillaz and The Good, The Bad and The Queen) performs a new piece with an ensemble and specially commissioned visuals. Read more

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  5. Sir Ranulph Fiennes - Living Dangerously

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Named by the Guinness Book of Records as ‘the world’s greatest living explorer’, Sir Ranulph Fiennes offers a personal journey through his life, from his early years to the present day. Read more

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  6. Pub Cór

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Sing An Irish Song in three part harmony in the centre of Dublin under the guidance of Bobby Harpur and Kate Donohue. Read more

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  7. Tenebrae And Aurora Orchestra

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Following their sell-out performance at the National Concert Hall in 2017, Tenebrae the renowned English choral ensemble and conductor return with the critically acclaimed Aurora Orchestra. Read more

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  8. The Haunted Host

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Haunted Host premiered in New York in 1964 and did so illegally due to its explicit portrayal of homosexuality and was one of many artistic catalysts that propelled the early Gay Rights Movement in... Read more

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  9. Hollow and Dead Eyed Beasts

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Brought to you by Some People Theatre Company, the team behind the sell-out Dublin Fringe Festival show “White” (Pick of the Fringe 2018) Read more

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  10. Aidlink for Turkana

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Now in its third year, Aidlink For Turkana, presented by Born Optimistic, brings together choirs and a host of Irish singer-songwriters to perform their songs in a completely new way. Read more

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